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    • The influence of habitat and phylogeny on the skin microbiome of amphibians in Guatemala and Mexico 

      Ellison, Silas; Rovito, Sean; Parra-Olea, Gabriela; Vasquez-Almazán, Carlos; Flechas Hernández, Sandra Victoria; Bi, Ke; Vredenburg, Vance T. (SpringerRegularMicrobial Ecology, 2018-11-22)
      Microbial symbionts are increasingly recognized as playing a critical role in organismal health across a wide range of hosts. Amphibians are unique hosts in that their skin helps to regulate the exchange of water, ions, ...
    • The Patagonian Steppe biogeographic province: Andean region or South American transition zone? 

      Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt (Per SundbergRegularZoologica Scripta, 2019-06-19)
      América comprende tres regiones biogeográficas: Nearctic, Neotropical y Andina. Entre ellos, se han propuesto dos zonas de transición (TZ): mexicana y sudamericana. Las provincias biogeográficas que pertenecen a una ZT no ...
    • The Patagonian Steppe biogeographic province: Andean region or South American transition zone? 

      Roig‐Juñent, Sergio A.; Griotti, Mariana; Domínguez, Martha Cecilia; Agrain, Federico A.; Campos‐Soldini, Paula; Carrara, Rodolfo; Cheli, Germán; Fernández‐Campón, Florencia; Flores, Gustavo E.; Katinas, Liliana; Muzón, Javier R.; Neita-Moreno, Jhon César; Pessacq, Pablo; San Blas, German; Scheibler, Erica E. (WileyRegularZoologica Scripta, 2018-08-25)
      America comprises three biogeographic regions: Nearctic, Neotropical and Andean. In between them, two transition zones (TZ) have been proposed: Mexican and South American. The biogeographic provinces belonging to a TZ have ...
    • Thermally buffered microhabitats recovery in tropical secondary forests following land abandonment. 

      González del Pliego, Pamela; Scheffers, Brett R.; Basham, EdmundW.; Woodcock, Paul; Wheeler, Charlotte; Gilroy, James J.; Medina-Uribe, Claudia A.; Haugaasen, Torbjørn; Freckleton, Rob P.; Edwards, David P. (ElsevierBiological Conservation, 2016-09)
      Given the dramatic loss of tropical forests and accelerating climate change, secondary forest regeneration is increasingly recognised as being an important method for reversing losses in biodiversity and carbon stocks. The ...
    • Tools for spatially modeling ecosystem services: Publication trends, conceptual reflections and future challenges 

      Ochoa, Vivian; Urbina-Cardona, Nicolás (ElsevierRegularEcosystem Services, 2017-08)
      We analyze scientific literature that report tools to spatially model ecosystem services (ES). In the 65 articles reviewed, the most used model starting in 2001 was SWAT and starting in 2009 the most commonly used was ...
    • Toward a post-conflict Colombia: restoring to the future 

      Aguilar-Garavito, Mauricio; Sierra, Jorge; Ramírez, Wilson; Vargas, Orlando; Calle, Zoraida; Vargas, William; Murcia, Carolina; Aronson, James; Barrera Cataño, José I. (Society for Ecological RestorationRegularRestoration Ecology, 2015-01-11)
      En un momento histórico, cuando Colombia está saliendo de 60 años de conflicto armado, el 7 años de edad, Red Colombiana para la Restauración Ecológica ([REDCRE) ha creado cuatro nodos subnacionales, y está desarrollando ...
    • Transboundary fisheries management in the Amazon: Assessing current policies for the management of the ornamental silver arawana (Osteoglossum bicirrhosum) 

      Guzmán Mandonado, Adriana; Macedo Lopes, Priscila Fabiana; Rodríguez Fernández, Carlos Alberto; Carlos A. Lasso; Sumaliaf, Ussif Rashid (Revista Marine PolicyMarine Policy, 2017-02)
      The management and governance of shared stocks have long been identified as a challenge to achieve long-term sustainability in fisheries. This is the situation of fisheries in the Amazon basin, a region shared by nine ...
    • Transición 2 Gestión Integral de la biodiversidad en territorios colectivos (Pueblos Indígenas) 

      Pastás Cuastumal, Emmerson Miguel (Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt, 2016-09-19)
      La gestión de biodiversidad desde muchos sectores es considerada como labor para establecer mecanismos que conlleven a crear herramientas que permitan proteger y hacer un uso racional, sustentable y sostenible de los ...
    • Tres nuevas especies de Cryptocanthon Balthasar, 1942 (coleoptera: scarabaeidae: scarabaeinae) para Colombia 

      Arias, Jorge Armando; Medina-Uribe, Claudia A. (Universidad Nacional de ColombiaRegularCaldasia, 2014)
      Se presenta la descripción de tres especies nuevas de Cryptocanthon para Colombia: Cryptocanthon andradei, Cryptocanthon buriticaorum y Cryptocanthon pulidoae. Se incluye ilustraciones del habitus, caracteres morfológicos ...
    • Warning signals of biodiversity collapse across gradients of tropical forest loss 

      De Oliveira Roque, Fabio; Menezes, Jorge F. S.; Northfield, Tobin; Ochoa-Quintero, José Manuel; Campbell, Mason J.; Laurance, William F. (Nature ResearchRegularScientific Reports, 2018-01-26)
      Evaluamos posibles señales de advertencia que pueden ayudar a identificar la proximidad de las comunidades ecológicas a los umbrales de biodiversidad a partir de la pérdida de hábitats, a menudo denominados "puntos de ...