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  • Martínez, P., Pereira, M., Mendonça, R.T., 2015b. Retention and structure of xylans from eucalyptus globulus genotypes with different pulpwood characteristics. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 35, 129-136
  • Guedes, L., Aguilera N., Becerra J., García B., Hernández V. 2018. Isaias R., Anatomical and phenological implications between schinus polygama (cav.) (cabrera) (anacardiaceae) and the galling insect calophya rubra (blanchard) (hemiptera: psylloidea). Plant Biology 20 (3)
  • Valenzuela C., Acuña E, Ortega A., Quiñonez G., Corral J., Cancino J. 2018. Variable-top stem biomass equations at tree-level generated by a simultaneous density-integral system for second growth forests of roble, raulí, and coigüe in Chile. Northeast Forestry University and Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature 2018
  • Oñate F., Hasbún R. 2018. Linkage disequilibrium and population structure in Fragaria chiloensis revealed by SSR markers transferred from commercial strawberry. Acta Scientiarum. Agronomy VOL (N°) 40.
  • Villaseñor C., Pauchard A., Ramírez M., Macaya E. 2018. Macroalgas exóticas en la costa de Chile: patrones espaciales y temporales en el proceso de invasión. Lat. Am. J. Aquat. Res., 46(1): 147-165.
  • Vargas R., Salas C., Gärtner S., Vidal O., Bannister J., Pauchard A. 2018. Invasive plant species thresholds in the forests of Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile. Plant Ecology & Diversity, DOI: 10.1080/17550874.2018.1444109
  • Haider S, Kueffer C., Bruelheide H., Seipel T., Alexander JM., Rewearing L., Arévalo JR, Cavieres LA, Milbau A, Naylor BJ, Special K & A Pauchard. 2018. Mountain roads and non‐native species modify elevational patterns of plant diversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12727
  • Hebert Ojeda, Rafael A. Rubilar, Cristian Montes, Jorge Cancino and Miguel Espinosa.2018. Leaf area and growth of Chilean radiata pine plantations after thinning across a water stress gradient. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science (2018) 48:10.
  • F. Vargas, C. A. Gonzalez-Benecke, R. Rubilar, M. Sanchez-Olate. 2018. Modelling the effect of weed competition on long-term volume yield of Eucalyptus globulus Labill. plantations across an environmental gradient. Forests (2018) 9:480.
  • Eduardo Acuña, Rafael Rubilar, Jorge Cancino, Timothy J. Albaugh, Chris A. Maier. 2018. Economic assessment of Eucalyptus globulus short rotation energy crops under contrasting silvicultural intensities on marginal agricultural land. Land Use and Policy 76:329-337
  • Timothy J. Albaugh, Thomas R. Fox, Chris A. Maier, Otávio C. Campoe, Rafael A. Rubilar, Rachel L. Cook, Jay E. Raymond, Clayton A. Alvares, Jose L. Stape.  2018.A common garden experiment examining light use efficiency and heat sum to explain growth differences in native and exotic Pinus taeda. Forest Ecology and Management 425: 35–44.
  • Julio César Ríos Saucedo, Rafael Rubilar Pons, Jorge Cancino Cancino, Eduardo Acuña Carmona, José Javier Corral Rivas, Rigoberto Rosales Serna. 2018. Densidad básica de la madera y poder calorífico en vástagos de tres cultivos dendroenergéticos. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Forestales 9 (47):253-272.
  • Vargas, R. Rubilar, C. A. Gonzalez-Benecke, M. Sanchez-Olate, Pablo Aracena. Vargas, F., Rubilar, R., Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A. et al. 2018.Long-term response to area of competition control in Eucalyptus globulus plantations.  New Forests (2018). 49:383-398.
  • Rubilar, R.A., H.L. Allen, T.R. Fox, R.L. Cook, T. J. Albaugh, O.C. Campoe. 2018. Advances in silviculture of intensively managed plantations. Current Forestry Reports 4:23-34.
  • Guedes L., Aguilera N., Ferreira B.G., Becerra J., Sáez K., Pérez C., Isaias R.M. 2018. Factors influencing the morphogenesis of galls induced by Calophya mammifex (Calophyidae) on Schinus polygama (Anacardiaceae) leaves. Botany 96: 589–599.
  • Bravo-vargas, V., García, R. A., Pizarro, J. C., & Pauchard, A. (2018). Do people care about pine invasions ? Visitor perceptions and willingness to pay for pine control in a protected area. Journal of Environmental Management, DOI 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.07.018
  • Lineros Y, Balocchi C, Muñoz X, Sánchez-Olate M, Ríos-Leal D. 2018. Cryopreservation of Pinus radiata embryogenic tissue: effects of cryoprotective pretreatments on maturation ability. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC)

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  • Essl F, K Erb, S Glatzel & A, Pauchard. 2018. Climate change, carbon market instruments, and biodiversity: focusing on synergies and avoiding pitfalls. WIREs Clim Change 9:e486
  • Lembrechts J, J Lenoir, M Nuñez, A Pauchard, C Geron, G Bussé, A Milbau & I Nijs. 2018. Microclimate variability in alpine ecosystems as stepping stones for non-native plant establishment above their current elevational limit. Ecography 40: 900 – 909
  • McDougall KL, Lembrechts J, Rew LJ, Haider S, Cavieres LA, Kueffer C, Milbau A, Naylor BJ, Nuñez MA, Pauchard A, Seidel T, Speziale KL, Wright GT & JM Alexander. 2018. Running off the road: roadside non-native plants invading mountain vegetation. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-018-1787-z
  • McWethy DB, Pauchard A, García RA, Holz A, González ME, Veblen TT, Stahl J & Currey B. 2018. Landscape drives of recent fire activity (2001-2017) in south-central Chile. PLoS ONE 13(8) e0201195
  • Miranda A, Lara A, Altamirano A, Zamorano-Elgueta C, Hernández J, González M, Pauchard A & Promis A. 2018. monitoreo de la superficie de los bosques nativos de Chile: un desafío pendiente. BOSQUE. 39(2): 265-275
  • Noh J, Echeverría C, Pauchard A & Cuenca A. 2018. Extinction debt in a biodiversity hotspot: the case of the Chilean Winter Rainfall-Valdivian Forests. Landscape and Ecological Engineering. DOI: 10.1007/s11355-018-0352-3
  • Rodríguez R, Marticorena C†, Alarcón D, Baeza C, Cavieres L, Finot V, Fuentes N, Kiessling A, Mihoc M, Pauchard A, Ruiz E, Sánchez P & Marticorena A. 2018. Catálogo de las plantas vasculares de Chile. Gayana Botánica. 75(1): 1-430
  • Bravo-Vargas V, García R, Pizarro C & Pauchard A. 2018. Do people care about pine invasions? Visitor perceptions and willingness to pay for pine control in a protected area. Journal of Environmental Management. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.07.018
  • Sáez PL,  Cavieres L, Galmés J, Gil-Pelegrín E, Peguero-Pina J, Sancho-Knapik D, Vivas M, Sanhueza C, Ramírez C, Rivera B, Corcuera L, Bravo L. (2018). In situ warming in the Antarctic: effects on growth and photosynthesis in Antarctic vascular plants. New Phytologist  Vol 218(4), pages.  1406-1418.
  • Sáez PL, Rivera B,  Ramírez C, Vallejos V, Cavieres L, Corcuera L, Bravo L. 2018. Effects of temperature and water availability on light energy utilization in photosynthetic processes of Deschampsia antarctica. Physiologia Plantarum.  DOI: 10.1111/ppl.12739.
  • Cavieres L, Vivas M, Mihoc M, Osses D, Ortiz-Gutiérrez J, Sáez PL, Bravo LA. 2018. The importance of facilitative interactions on the performance of Colobanthus quitensis in an Antarctic tundra. Journal of Vegetation Science Vol 29(2), pages.  236-244.
  • Aburto F, Southard R. (2017). Refined Geomorphologic Interpretation of Glacial Deposits using Combined Soil Development Indices and LiDAR Terrain Analysis. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 81, 109-123.
  • Acuña E, Cancino J, Rubilar R, Parra C. (2017). Bioethanol potential from high-density short rotation woody crops on marginal lands in central Chile. Cerne 23, 133-145.
  • Acuña E, Cancino J, Rubilar R, Silva L. (2017). Volume, physical characteristics and costs of harvest residue utilization of Pinus radiata as an energy source. Custos e Agronegocio 13 (1), 442-463.
  • Aguilera N, Guedes L, Becerra J, González L. (2017). Is autotoxicity responsible for inhibition growth of new conspecific seedlings under the canopy of the invasive Acacia dealbata Link?. Gayana Botánica,  74,  1-14.
  • Albaugh TJ, Fox T, Rubilar R, Cook R, Amatei, R, Burkhart H, (2017). Post-thinning density and fertilization affect Pinus taeda stand and individual tree growth.  Forest Ecology and Management, 396, 207-216.
  • Albaugh TJ, Rubilar R, Maier C, Acuna E, Cook R. (2017). Biomass and nutrient mass of Acacia dealbata and Eucalyptus globulus bioenergy plantations. Biomass and Bioenergy. 97, 162-171.
  • Alfaro, M., Dube, F., Zagal, E. 2017. Soil quality indicators in an Andisol under different tree covers in disturbed Nothofagus forests. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research, 78(01).
  • Anderson C, Roulier C, Pizarro J. (2017). Perspectives of key stakeholders on the bi-national agreement between Argentina and Chile concerning the eradication of North American beavers and the restoration of affected ecosystems. Bosque 38, 555-562.
  • Braun A, Troeger D, Garcia R, Aguayo M, Barra R, Vogt J. (2017). Assessing the impact of plantation forestry on plant biodiversity: A comparison of sites in Central Chile and Chilean Patagonia. Global Ecology and Conservation 10, 159-172.
  • Bravo S, Ariana B, Turner A, Sepúlveda F, Jopia P, Parra M, Castillo R, Hasbún R. (2017). Differences in DNA methylation, DNA structure and embryogenesis-related gene expression between embryogenic and non-embryogenic lines of Pinus radiata D. don.  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cul.  130, 521-529.
  • Campos-Requena VH, Rivas BL, Pérez MA, Figueroa CR, Figueroa NE, Sanfuentes EA. (2017). Thermoplastic starch/clay nanocomposites loaded with essential oil constituents as packaging for strawberries- In vivo antimicrobial synergy over Botrytis cinerea. Postharvest Biology and Technology 129: 29-36.
  • Carrasco A, Wegrzyn J, Durán R, Fernández M, Donoso A, Rodriguez V, Neale D, Valenzuela S. (2017).  Expression profiling in Pinus radiata infected with Fusarium circinatum. Tree Genetics and Genomes 13 (2), 1614-2942.
  • Carrillo, I, Valenzuela S and J Elissetche. (2017). Comparative evaluation of Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens wood and fibre quality . IAWA J. 38:105-116
  • Carrillo I, Vidal C, Elissetche J, Mendonça R. (2017). Wood anatomical and chemical properties related to the pulpability of Eucalyptus globulus: a review. Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science, 25(2), 1011-1029.
  • Cuenca P, Echeverria C. (2017). How do protected landscapes associated with high biodiversity and population levels change? PLoS ONE 12 (7) e0180537.
  • Durán R, Isik F, Zapata-Valenzuela J, Balocchi C, Valenzuela S. (2017). Genomic predictions of breeding values in a cloned Eucalyptus globulus population in Chile. Tree Genetics and Genomes 13, (74). 1614-2942
  • Espinoza S, Magni C, Rubilar R, Yañez M, Santelices R, Cabrera A, Ivković M. (2017). Field performance of various Pinus radiata breeding families established on a drought-prone site in central Chile. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 47 (12).
  • Fajardo S, Valenzuela S, Dos Santos A, González M, Sanfuentes E. (2017). Phytophthora pseudosyringae associated with the mortality of Nothofagus obliqua in a pure stand in central-southern Chile.  Forest Pathology. 6 (47), 1-3.
  • Franzese J, Urrutia J, García R, Taylor K, Pauchard A. (2017). Pine invasion impacts on plant diversity in Patagonia: invader size and invaded habitat matter. Biological Invasions 19 (3), 1015-1027.
  • Fuentes G, Cisternas A, Valencia G, Mihoc M, Ruiz E, Hasbún, R, Valenzuela S y Baeza C. 2017. Diversidad taxonómica y genética del sitio prioritario Península de Hualpén, Región del Bío-Bío, Chile. Implicancias para la conservación. Gayana Bot. 74(1): 94-110.
  • Gaete-Loyola J, Lagos C, Beltrán M, Valenzuela S, Emhart V, Fernández M. (2017). Transcriptome profiling of Eucalyptus nitens reveals deeper insight into the molecular mechanism of cold acclimation and deacclimation process. Tree Genetics & Genomes.  13, 37.
  • García-Chevesich P, Bendek E, Pizarro R, Valdes-Pineda R, González D, Bown H, Martínez E, González L. (2017). Weathering processes on martian craters: Implications on recurring slope lineae and the location of liquid water. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology 07(04):245-256.
  • García-Rodríguez JL, Pérez-Moreno J, Ríos D, Sáez P, Atala C, Sánchez M, Pereira G. (2017). In vitro growth of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Pinus radiata plantations in Chile. Fitotecnia Mexicana, 40 (4), 415-423.
  • Gatica-Saavedra P, Echeverría C, Nelson C. (2017). Ecological indicators for assessing ecological success of forest restoration: a world review. Restoration Ecology 25, 850-857.
  • Jung T, Scanu B, Bakonyi J, Seress D, Kovács G, Durán A, Sanfuentes E, Schena L, Mosca S, Thu P, CM Nguyen, Fajardo S, González M, Pérez-Sierra A, Rees H, Cravador A, Maia C, Jung M. (2017). Nothophytophthora gen. nov, a new sister genus of Phytophthora from natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 39, 143-174.
  • Larson CG, Hasbún R, Jofré MP, Sánchez-Olate M, Ríos D. 2017. Effect of Genotype and cytokines source at the initiation stage in vitro culture of adult tissue of Castanea sativa Mill. Gayana Botánica 74(1): 30-40.
  • 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 (35° – 38.5° s)? Bosque 38, 203-209.
  • Lembrechts J, Alexander J, Cavieres L, Haider S, Lenoir J, Kueffer C, McDougall K, Naylor B, Nuñez M, Pauchard A, Rew L, Nijs I & Milbau A. (2017). Mountain roads shift native and non-native plant species’ ranges. Ecography 40: 353–364.
  • Lictevout E, Gocht, M. (2017). Hydrometric network design in hyper-arid areas: example of Atacama Desert (North Chile). Hydrology Research. doi: 10.2166/nh.2017.004
  • Maier CH, Albaugh T, Cook R, Hall K, McInnis D, Johnsen K, Johnson J, Rubilar R, Vose J. (2017). Comparative water use in short-rotation Eucalyptus benthamii and Pinus taeda trees in the Southern United States.  Forest Ecology and Management, 397, 126-138.
  • Moraga-Suazo P, Sanfuentes E. (2017). Growth promotion of Pinus radiata seedlings by soil inoculation and seed pretreatment with the biological control agent Clonostachys rosea. Gayana Bot. 74(1): 140-146.
  • Navarrete-Campos D, Le Feuvre R, Balocchi C, Valenzuela S. (2017). Overexpression of three novel CBF transcription factors from Eucalyptus globulus improves cold tolerance on transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana. Trees – Structure and Function 3, 1041-1055.
  • Nuñez M, Chiuffo M, Torres A, Paul T, Dimarco R, Raal P, Policelli N, Moyano J, García R, van Wilgen B, Pauchard A, Richardson D. (2017). Ecology and management of invasive Pinaceae around the world: progress and challenges. Biological Invasions 19, 3099-3120.
  • Olave R, Forbes E, Muñoz F, Laidlawa A, Eassona D, Watson S. (2017). Performance of Miscanthus x giganteus (Greef et Deu) established with plastic mulch and grown from a range of rhizomes sizes and densities in a cool temperate climate.  Field Crops Research 210, 81-90.
  • Otavo S, Echeverría C. (2017). Progressive fragmentation and loss of natural forests habitat in one of the global biodiversity hotspot. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 88, 924-935.
  • Pereira G, Albornoz V, Romero Ch, Lara S, Sánchez-Olate M, Ríos D, Atala C. 2017. Asymbiotic germination in three Chloraea species (Orchidaceae) from Chile. Gayana Bot. 74(1): 70-78. ISSN 0016-5301.
  • Pizarro J, Larson B. (2017). Feathered roots and migratory routes: Immigrants and birds in the Anthropocene. Nature and Culture 12, 189-218.
  • Rau J, Anderson C, Pizarro JC, Monjeau A. (2017). When more really isn’t better: Aligning policies and outcomes in ecology. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98, 338-340.
  • Raya A, Pizarro J, Anderson C, Huettmann F. (2017). Even at the uttermost ends of the earth: How seabirds telecouple the beagle channel with regional and global processes that affect environmental conservation and social-ecological sustainability. Ecology and Society 22 (4).
  • Reyna L, Dube F, Barrera JA, Zagal E. (2017). Potential model overfitting in predicting soil carbon content by visible and near-infrared spectroscopy. Applied Sciences, 7(708) DOI: 10.3390/app 7070708.
  • Ríos J, Acuña E, Cancino J, Rubilar R, Corral J, Rosales R. (2017). Dinámica de brotación y densidad básica de la madera en rebrotes de tres especies dendroenergéticas. Agrociencia, 51 (2), 215-227.
  • Rodríguez-Echeverry J, Echeverría C, Oyarzun C, Morales L. (2017). Spatial congruence between biodiversity and ecosystem services in a forest landscape in southern Chile: Basis for conservation planning. Bosque 38, 495-506.
  • Rubilar R, Hubbard R, Yañez M, Marco A, Medina A, Valenzuela, H. (2017). Quantifying differences in thermal dissipation probe calibrations for Eucalyptus globulus species and E. nitens × globulus hybrid. Trees.  31, 1263-1270
  • Saavedra G, Sanfuentes E, Figueroa P, Figueroa C. (2017). Independent preharvest applications of methyl jasmonate and chitosan elicit differential upregulation of defense-related genes with reduced incidence of gray mold decay during postharvest storage of Fragaria chiloensis fruit. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 18(7).
  • Sáez F, Narváez G, Morales M, Bello H, Balbontín C, Figueroa C. (2017). Physiochemical and antibacterial characterization of fruits of Citronella mucronata (Cardiopteridaceae), Pitavia punctata (Rutaceae) and Beilschmiedia berteroana (Lauraceae), three endemic and threatened Chilean trees. Fruits 72, 87-96.
  • Sáez P, Bravo L, Cavieres L, Vallejos V, Sanhueza C, Font-Carrascosa M, Gil-Pelegrín E, Peguero-Pina J, Galmés J. (2017). Photosynthetic limitations in two Antarctic vascular plants: importance of leaf anatomical traits and Rubisco kinetic parameters.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 148, 1-13.
  • Sandoya V, Pauchard A & Cavieres L. (2017). Natives and non-natives plants show different responses to elevation and disturbance on the tropical high Andes of Ecuador. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 7909 – 7919.
  • Sanhueza C, Vallejos V, Cavieres L, Saez P, Bravo L, Corcuera J. (2017). Growing temperature affects seed germination of the antarctic plant Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl (Caryophyllaceae). Polar Biology, 40, 449-455.
  • Sarmiento, FO, Ibarra JT, Barreau A, Pizarro JC, Rozzi R, González JA, Frolich LM. (2017). Applied Montology Using Critical Biogeography in the Andes. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 4452 (April): 1–13. doi:10.1080/24694452.2016.1260438
  • Silva M, Rubilar, R, Espinoza J, Yánez M, Emhart V, Quiroga J. (2017). Respuesta en parámetros de intercambio gaseoso y supervivencia en plantas jóvenes de genotipos comerciales de Eucalyptus spp sometidas a déficit hídrico. Bosque 38, 79-87.
  • Taylor K, Maxwell B, McWethy D, Pauchard A, Núñez M, Whitlock C. (2017). Pinus contorta invasions increase wildfire fuel loads and may create a positive feedback with fire. Ecology 98, 678-687.
  • Uhde B, Heinrichs S, Stiehl C, Ammer C, Müller-Using B, Knoke T. (2017). Bringing ecosystem services into forest planning – Can we optimize the composition of Chilean forests based on expert knowledge? Forest Ecology and Management 40, 26-140.
  • Urrutia J, Sánchez P, Pauchard A & Hauenstein E. (2017). Plantas acuáticas invasoras presentes en Chile: Distribución, rasgos de vida y potencial invasor. Gayana Bot. 74(1): 147-157.
  • Valenzuela C, Acuña E, Muñoz F, Ortega A, Cancino J. (2017). Generalized allometric equations of total volume generated by meta-analysis for roble, raulí and coigüe in second growth forests in Chile. Forestry 90, 661-674.
  • Vargas P, Torrejón F, Pauchard A & Urrutia R. (2017). Rápido movimiento de plantas exóticas en la zona central de Chile. Una reconstrucción a través de evidencia histórica y palinológica. Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 52 (1): 121-140
  • Vargas R, González M, McWethy D, Sanguinetti J, Pauchard A, Zamorano C, Cortés M, Bannister JR, Fuentes-Ramírez A, Ibáñez C & Vargas RG. (2017). Restauración ecológica post-incendios forestales en La Araucanía Andina. Documento Técnico Nº 235, Corporación Nacional Forestal (CONAF)
  • Villaseñor-Parada C, Pauchard A & Macaya E. (2017). Ecología de invasiones marinas en Chile continental: ¿Qué sabemos y que nos falta por saber?. Revista de Ecología Marina y Oceanografía 52 (1):1-17
  • Zenni R, Ziller S, Pauchard A, Rodriguez-Cabal M & Nuñez M. (2017). Invasion Sciencein the Developing World: A Response to Ricciardi et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 32: 464 – 474.
  • Aburto, F.A., Southard, R.J., 2016. Thermal analysis mineral quantification and applications as a relative dating tool in moraine chronosequences. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80, 502-515.
  • Acuña, E., Lisboa, M., 2016. Performance assessment of the Pinus radiata cultivation by a non-industrial owner: An analysis of ex-post results by applying a capital assets pricing model. Custos e Agronegocio 12, 2-10.a
  • Acuña, E., Rubilar, R., Cancino, J., Mena, P.A., 2016. Financial feasibility of short rotation woody crops intended for bioenergy production. In, 2nd RCN Conference on Pan American Biofuels and Bioenergy Sustainability 2016, p. 144.
  • Aguayo, P., Sanhueza, J., Noriega, F., Ochoa, M., Lefeuvre, R., Navarrete, D., Fernández, M., Valenzuela, S., 2016. Overexpression of an SKn-dehydrin gene from Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus nitens enhances tolerance to freezing stress in Arabidopsis. Trees – Structure and Function 30, 1785-1797
  • Albaugh, T.J., Albaugh, J.M., Fox, T.R., Allen, H.L., Rubilar, R.A., Trichet, P., Loustau, D., Linder, S., 2016. Tamm Review: Light use efficiency and carbon storage in nutrient and water experiments on major forest plantation species. Forest Ecology and Management 376, 333-342.
  • Alexander, J.M., Lembrechts, J.J., Cavieres, L.A., Daehler, C., Haider, S., Kueffer, C., Liu, G., McDougall, K., Milbau, A., Pauchard, A., Rew, L.J., Seipel, T., 2016. Plant invasions into mountains and alpine ecosystems: current status and future challenges. Alpine Botany 126, 89-103
  • Alvarez, C., Valledor, L., Sáez, P., Hasbún, R., Sánchez-Olate, M., Cañal, M.J., Ríos, D., 2016. Changes in Gene Expression in Needles and Stems of Pinus radiata Rootstock Plants of Different Ontogenic Age. American Journal of Plant Sciences 7, 1205-1216
  • Bravo-Monasterio, P., Pauchard, A., Fajardo, A., 2016. Pinus contorta invasion into treeless steppe reduces species richness and alters species traits of the local community. Biological Invasions 18, 1883-189
  • Carrasco, A., Sanfuentes, E., Durán, Á., Valenzuela, S., 2016. Pitch canker, a potential threat to Pinus radiata plantations in Chile? Gayana – Botanica 73, 369-380
  • Cartes-Rodríguez, E., Rubilar-Pons, R., Acuña-Carmona, E., Cancino-Cancino, J., Rodríguez-Toro, J., Burgos-Tornería, Y., 2016. Potential of Pinus radiata plantations for use of harvest residues in characteristic soils of south-central Chile. Revista Chapingo. Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Am
  • Castro-Díez, P., Pauchard, A., Traveset, A., Vilà, M., 2016. Linking the impacts of plant invasion on community functional structure and ecosystem properties. Journal of Vegetation Science 27, 1233-1242biente 22, 221-233
  • Cavieres, L.A., Sáez, P., Sanhueza, C., Sierra-Almeida, A., Rabert, C., Corcuera, L.J., Alberdi, M., Bravo, L.A., 2016. Ecophysiological traits of Antarctic vascular plants: their importance in the responses to climate change. Plant ecology 217, 343-358
  • Cuenca, P., Arriagada, R., Echeverría, C., 2016. How much deforestation do protected areas avoid in tropical Andean landscapes? Environmental Science and Policy 56, 56-66
  • Dube, F., Stolpe, N., 2016. SOM and Biomass C Stocks in Degraded and Undisturbed Andean and Coastal Nothofagus Forests of Southwestern South America. Forests 7, 320.
  • Espinoza, S.E., Magni, C.R., Rubilar, R.A., Yañez, M.A., Santelices, R.E., Cabrera, A.M., Ivković, M., 2017. Field performance of various Pinus radiata breeding families established on a drought-prone site in central Chile. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 47
  • Guedes, L.M., Aguilera, N., Becerra, J., Hernández, V., dos Santos Isaias, R.M., 2016. Leaf and stem galls of Schinus polygamus (Cav.) Cabr (Anacardiaceae): Anatomical and chemical implications. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 69, 266-273
  • Gundale, M.J., Almeida, J.P., Wallander, H., Wardle, D.A., Kardol, P., Nilsson, M.C., Fajardo, A., Pauchard, A., Peltzer, D.A., Ruotsalainen, S., Mason, B., Rosenstock, N., 2016. Differences in endophyte communities of introduced trees depend on the phylogenetic relatedness of the receiving forest. Journal of Ecology 104, 1219-1232
  • Heilmayr, R., Echeverría, C., Fuentes, R., Lambin, E.F., 2016. A plantation-dominated forest transition in Chile. Applied Geography 75, 71-82
  • Jofré, M.P., Ríos, D., Becerra, J., Sánchez-Olate, M., 2016. Caracterización fisiológica del enraizamiento in vitro de Eucalyptus nitens y Eucalyptus globulus. Gayana – Botanica 73, 421-42
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