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Interacciones Bioculturales Del Pueblo Yagán Con Las Macroalgas Y Moluscos: Una Aproximación Desde La Filosofía Ambiental De Campo

Description: This article applies the conceptual framework of biocultural ethics to characterize the intertidal habitat within the biocultural context of the Yaghan people.
Date: June 17, 2018
Creator: Ojeda, Jaime; Rozzi, Ricardo; Rosenfeld, Sebastián; Contador, Tamara; Massardo, Francisca; Malebrán, Javiera et al.

Negotiating local versus global needs in the International Long Term Ecological Research Network’s socio-ecological research agenda

Description: This article describes the assessment of six long-term socio-ecological research (LTSER) platforms through site visits, coupled with reflections and insights of the platform managers.
Date: October 5, 2018
Creator: Holzer, J. M.; Adamescu, M. C.; Bonet-García, F. J.; Díaz-Delgado, R.; Dick, J.; Grove, J. M. et al.

Los Ojos Del Árbol: Percibiendo, Registrando, Comprendiendo Y Contrarrestando Las Invasiones Biológicas en Tiempos De Rápida Homogeneizacion Biocultural

Description: This article describes the use of the metaphor "the eyes of the tree" to overcome limitations to the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network by integrating ecological, philosophical, and technological components.
Date: 2018
Creator: Crego, Ramiro D.; Ward, Nora; Jiménez, Jaime E.; Massardo, Francisca & Rozzi, Ricardo

Cultivando Un Jardín De Nombres en Los Bosques en Miniatura Del Cabo De Hornos: Extensión De La Conservación Biocultural Y La Ética a Seres Vivos Poco Percibidos

Description: This article presents a new methodology and activity to foster an ecological understanding of biodiversity, as well as of biocultural conservation and ethics, which includes little, under-perceived, living-beings--such as bryophytes.
Date: June 19, 2018
Creator: Lewis, Lily R.; Gottschalk-Druschke, Caroline; Saldías, Camila; Mackenzie, Roy; Malebrán, Javiera; Goffinet, Bernard et al.

Potential niche expansion of the American mink invading a remote island free of nativepredatory mammals

Description: This article evaluates whether the lack of potential predators and competitors, together with a more diurnal and terrestrial prey, have resulted in the mink expanding its spatial and temporal niche on Navarino Island as compared to that in its native habitats,
Date: December 16, 2017
Creator: Crego, Ramiro D.; Jiménez, Jaime E. & Rozzi, Ricardo