Olga Barbosa, Ph.D.

Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Región de los Ríos, Chile 
"Olga Barbosa"
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Castañeda LE, Godoy K, Manzano M, et al. (2015) Comparison of soil microbial communities inhabiting vineyards and native sclerophyllous forests in central Chile. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 3857-68
Silva CP, García CE, Estay SA, et al. (2015) Bird Richness and Abundance in Response to Urban Form in a Latin American City: Valdivia, Chile as a Case Study. Plos One. 10: e0138120
McHale MR, Pickett STA, Barbosa O, et al. (2015) The new global urban realm: Complex, connected, diffuse, and diverse social-ecological systems Sustainability (Switzerland). 7: 5211-5240
Anderson CB, Cristóbal Pizarro J, Estévez R, et al. (2015) Are we moving towards a socio-ecology? Reflections on the integration of the "human" dimensions in ecology in Southern America | ¿Estamos avanzando hacía una socio-ecología? Reflexiones sobre la integración de las dimensiones “humanas” en la ecología en el sur de América Ecologia Austral. 25: 263-272
Rojas C, Sepúlveda-Zúñiga E, Barbosa O, et al. (2015) Urban patterns in the biodiversity of metropolitan wetlands in the Metropolitan area of Cconcepcion | Patrones de urbanización en la biodiversidad de humedales urbanos en Concepción metropolitano Revista De Geografia Norte Grande. 2015: 181-204
Viers JH, Williams JN, Nicholas KA, et al. (2013) Vinecology: Pairing wine with nature Conservation Letters. 6: 287-299
Pauchard A, Barbosa O, Maira J, et al. (2013) Regional assessment of Latin America: Rapid urban development and social economic inequity threaten biodiversity hotspots Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities: a Global Assessment. 589-608
Barbosa O, Marquet PA, Bacigalupe LD, et al. (2010) Interactions among patch area, forest structure and water fluxes in a fog-inundated forest ecosystem in semi-arid Chile Functional Ecology. 24: 909-917
Fuller RA, Warren PH, Armsworth PR, et al. (2008) Garden bird feeding predicts the structure of urban avian assemblages Diversity and Distributions. 14: 131-137
Gutiérrez AG, Barbosa O, Christie DA, et al. (2008) Regeneration patterns and persistence of the fog-dependent Fray Jorge forest in semiarid Chile during the past two centuries Global Change Biology. 14: 161-176
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