Recursos y publicaciones

Artículos científicos

Smith-Ramírez C, J Castillo-Mandujano, P Becerra, N Sandoval, R Fuentes, R Allende, MP Acuña. 2022. Combining remote sensing and field data to assess recovery of the Chilean Mediterranean vegetation after fire: Effect of time elapsed and burn severity. Forest Ecology and Management, 503 (2022): 1-10.

Jaque E, A Fernández, R. Fuentes, C Ojeda. 2021. Data-based wildfire risk model for Mediterranean ecosystems – case study of the Concepción metropolitan area in central Chile.
Hernández C, C Echeverría, C Nelson. 2021. Evolution and emerging research trends in the ecological impacts of landscape change: perspectives from a Chilean biodiversity hotspot. Landscape Ecology 36:1587-1603.
Smith-Ramírez C., Castillo-Mandujano J., Becerra P., Sandoval N., Allende R., Fuentes R. 2021. Recovery of Chilean Mediterranean vegetation after different frequencies of fires. Forest Ecology and Management (485) 118922.
Noh JK, Echeverria C, Kleemann J, Koo H, Fürst C, Cuenca P. 2020. Warning about conservation status of forest ecosystems in tropical Andes: National assessment based on IUCN criteria. PLoS ONE 15(8): e0237877.

Heilmayr R, C Echeverría, EF Lambin. 2020. Impacts of Chilean forest subsidies on forest cover, carbon and biodiversity. Nature Sustainability (3) 701–709.
Esquivel J, C Echeverría, A Saldaña, R Fuentes. 2020. High functional diversity of forest ecosystems is linked to high provision of water flow regulation ecosystem service. Ecological Indicators 115:106433.
Martínez-Retureta, R., Aguayo, M., Stehr, A., Sauvage, S., Echeverría, C. & Sánchez-Pérez, J.M. 2020. Effect of Land Use/Cover Change on the Hydrological Response of a Southern Center Basin of Chile. Water, 12(1), 302.

Mazón M., Aguirre N., Echeverría C., & Aronson J. 2019. Monitoring attributes for ecological restoration in Latin America and the Caribbean region. Restoration Ecology.

Frazier A., Bryan, B., Buyantuev, A., Chen, L., Echeverria, C., Jia, P., Liu, L., Li, Q., Ouyang, Z., Wu, J., Xiang, W-N., Yang, J., Yang, L. & Zhao, L. 2019. Ecological civilization: perspectives from landscape ecology and landscape sustainability science. Landscape Ecology 34: 1-8.

Noh, J.-K., Echeverría, C., Pauchard, A., Cuenca, P., 2018. Extinction debt in a biodiversity hotspot: the case of the Chilean Winter Rainfall-Valdivian Forests. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 1-12.

Rodríguez-Echeverry, J., C. Echeverría, C. Oyarzún & L. Morales. 2018. Impact of land-use change on biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Chilean temperate forests. Landscape Ecology 33:439–453.

Rodríguez-Echeverry, J., C. Echeverría, C. Oyarzún & L. Morales. 2017. Spatial congruence between biodiversity and ecosystem services in a forest landscape in southern Chile: basis for conservation planning. Revista Bosque 38(3): 495-506.

Garcia-Chevesich, P., Bendek, E., Pizarro, R., Valdes-Pineda, R., Gonzalez, D., Bown, H., Martínez, E. and Gonzalez, L. 2017. Weathering processes on Martian craters: implications on recurring slope lineae and the location of liquid water. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology 7(4): 245-256.

Otavo, S., C. Echeverría. 2017. Fragmentación progresiva y pérdida de hábitat de bosques naturales en uno de los hotspot mundiales de biodiversidad. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 88: 924-935.

Gatica-Saavedra, P., C. Echeverría, C. R. Nelson. 2017. Ecological indicators for assessing ecological success of forest restoration: a world review. Restoration Ecology 25: 850-857.

Cuenca, P., Echeverría, C. 2017. How do protected landscapes associated with high biodiversity and population levels change? Plos One 12, e0180537.

León-Muñoz, J., Echeverría, C., Fuentes, R., Aburto, F., 2017. How is the land use-cover changing in drinking water catchments in the coastal range of south-central Chile (35º – 38.5º S)? Bosque 38, 203-209.

Fuentes, R., Leon-Muñoz, J., Echeverría, C. 2017. Spatially explicit modelling of the impacts of land-use and land-cover change on nutrient inputs to an oligotrophic lake. International Journal of Remote Sensing 38:1-20.

Heilmayr, R. Echeverría, C., Fuentes R., Lambin, E. 2016. A plantation-dominated forest transition in Chile. Applied Geography 75:71-82.

Cuenca P, R Arriagada, C Echeverría. 2016. How much deforestation do protected areas avoid in tropical Andean landscapes? Environmental Science & Policy 56: 56-66.

Müller-Using, B., Uhde, B., Varas, A., Cabrera, J., Cuevas, W., González, D.. The mixture of Nothofagus species with Pseudotsuga menziesii in south-central Chile. Journal article :Forstarchiv 2016 Vol.87 No.6 pp.175-181 ref.11.

Arriagada RA, CM Echeverría, DE Moya. 2016. Creating Protected Areas on Public Lands: Is There Room for Additional Conservation? Plos One 11:e0148094.
Pizarro R, Flores J., Tapia J., Valdés-Pineda R., González D., Morales C., Sangüesa C., Balocchi F., León L. 2016. Forest species in the recovery of soils contaminated with copper due to mining activities. Revista Chapingo. Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, vol. XXII, núm. 1, pp. 29-43.

Echeverría, C., Smith-Ramírez, C., Aronson, J., Barrera-Cataño, J.I., 2015. Good news from Latin America and the Caribbean: national and international restoration networks are moving ahead. Restoration Ecology 23, 1-3.

Souto, C. P., P. Mathiasen, M. C. Acosta, M. P. Quiroga, R. Vidal-Russell, C. Echeverría and A. C. Premoli. 2015. Identifying Genetic Hotspots by Mapping Molecular Diversity of Widespread Trees: When Commonness Matters. Journal of Heredity 106: 537-545.

Smith-Ramírez C, M González, C Echeverría, A Lara. 2015. Estado actual de la restauración ecológica en Chile, perspectivas y desafíos. Anales Instituto Patagonia 43:11-21.

Hernández C, C Echeverría, C Nelson. 2021. Evolution and emerging research trends in the ecological impacts of landscape change: perspectives from a Chilean biodiversity hotspot. Landscape Ecology 36:1587-1603.

Rodríguez-Echeverry, J., Echeverría, C., Nahuelhual, L., 2015. Impacts of anthropogenic land-use change on populations of the endangered Patagonian cypress Fitzroya cupressoides in southern Chile: implications for its conservation. Oryx, 1-6.



» Creemos que la escala de paisaje es la más apropiada para comprender la estrecha y dinámica interacción entre la naturaleza y sociedad. «

» Impulsamos la aplicación de la ecología de paisaje como disciplina fundamental para una adecuada toma de decisión en el uso y sustentabilidad de los recursos naturales. «