Matias Arim, Ph.D.

Universidad de la República Oriental del Uruguay 
"Matias Arim"
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Cunillera-Montcusí D, Arim M, Gascón S, et al. (2020) Addressing trait selection patterns in temporary ponds in response to wildfire disturbance and seasonal succession. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Latorre EC, Canavero A, Arim M. (2020) Ethnobotanical Knowledge Complexity in a Conservation Area of Northern Uruguay: Interlocutors-Medicinal Plant Network and the Structural Patterns of Interaction Economic Botany. 74: 195-206
Bernardi RE, Holmgren M, Arim M, et al. (2016) Why are forests so scarce in subtropical South America? The shaping roles of climate, fire and livestock Forest Ecology and Management. 363: 212-217
Ziegler L, Arim M, Bozinovic F. (2015) Intraspecific scaling in frog calls: the interplay of temperature, body size and metabolic condition. Oecologia
Borthagaray AI, Berazategui M, Arim M. (2015) Disentangling the effects of local and regional processes on biodiversity patterns through taxon-contingent metacommunity network analysis Oikos
Segura AM, Calliari D, Kruk C, et al. (2015) Metabolic dependence of phytoplankton species richness Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24: 472-482
Borthagaray AI, Pinelli V, Berazategui M, et al. (2015) Effects of metacommunity networks on local community structures: From theoretical predictions to empirical evaluations Aquatic Functional Biodiversity: An Ecological and Evolutionary Perspective. 75-111
Borthagaray AI, Arim M, Marquet PA. (2014) Inferring species roles in metacommunity structure from species co-occurrence networks. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281
Garay-Narváez L, Flores JD, Arim M, et al. (2014) Food web modularity and biodiversity promote species persistence in polluted environments Oikos. 123: 583-588
Borthagaray AI, Barreneche JM, Abades S, et al. (2014) Modularity along organism dispersal gradients challenges a prevailing view of abrupt transitions in animal landscape perception Ecography. 37: 564-571
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