Miriam Fernández Bergia
Miriam Fernández Bergia
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The Humboldt current system of northern and central Chile
M Thiel
Navigating transformations in governance of Chilean marine coastal resources
S Gelcich, TP Hughes, P Olsson, C Folke, O Defeo, M Fernández, S Foale, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (39), 16794-16799, 2010
Neogene Patagonian plateau lavas: continental magmas associated with ridge collision at the Chile Triple Junction
ML Gorring, SM Kay, PK Zeitler, VA Ramos, D Rubiolo, MI Fernandez, ...
Tectonics 16 (1), 1-17, 1997
Small‐scale benthic fisheries in Chile: on co‐management and sustainable use of benthic invertebrates
JC Castilla, M Fernandez
Ecological applications 8 (sp1), S124-S132, 1998
Habitat selection by young-of-the-year Dungeness crab Cancer magister and predation risk in intertidal habitats
M Fernandez, O Iribarne, D Armstrong
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 92, 171-171, 1993
Active brood care in Cancer setosus (Crustacea: Decapoda): the relationship between female behaviour, embryo oxygen consumption and the cost of brooding
JA Baeza, M Fernández
Functional Ecology 16 (2), 241-251, 2002
Diversity, dynamics and biogeography of Chilean benthic nearshore ecosystems: an overview and guidelines for conservation
M Fernández, E Jaramillo, PA Marquet, CA Moreno, SA Navarrete, ...
Santiago, Chile: Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2000
The cost of being a caring mother: the ignored factor in the reproduction of marine invertebrates
M Fernández, C Bock, HO Pörtner
Ecology letters 3 (6), 487-494, 2000
Latitudinal trends of species diversity in rocky intertidal herbivore assemblages: spatial scale and the relationship between local and regional species richness
MM Rivadeneira, M Fernández, SA Navarrete
Marine Ecology Progress Series 245, 123-131, 2002
Reproductive investment in the crab Cancer setosus along a latitudinal cline: egg production, embryo losses and embryo ventilation
A Brante, M Fernández, L Eckerle, F Mark, HO Pörtner, W Arntz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 251, 221-232, 2003
Marine conservation in Chile: historical perspective, lessons, and challenges
M Fernández, JC Castilla
Conservation Biology 19 (6), 1752-1762, 2005
The stress-regulated protein M6a is a key modulator for neurite outgrowth and filopodium/spine formation
J Alfonso, ME Fernández, B Cooper, G Flugge, AC Frasch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (47), 17196-17201, 2005
Territorial user rights for fisheries as ancillary instruments for marine coastal conservation in Chile
S Gelcich, M Fernández, N Godoy, A Canepa, L Prado, JC Castilla
Conservation Biology 26 (6), 1005-1015, 2012
Shifts in southern endpoints of distribution in rocky intertidal species along the south‐eastern Pacific coast
MM Rivadeneira, M Fernández
Journal of biogeography 32 (2), 203-209, 2005
Cannibalism in Dungeness crab Cancer magister: effects of predator-prey size ratio, density, and habitat type
M Fernández
Marine Ecology Progress Series 182, 221-230, 1999
Assessment of the sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) tracer technique using respiration chambers for estimation of methane emissions from sheep
CS Pinares-Patiño, KR Lassey, RJ Martin, G Molano, M Fernandez, ...
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 201-209, 2011
Impact of elevated UVB radiation on marine biota: a meta‐analysis
M Llabrés, S Agustí, M Fernández, A Canepa, F Maurin, F Vidal, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (1), 131-144, 2013
Habilidades sociales en el contexto educativo
M Fernández
Bio Bio: Universidad del Bio Bio, 2007
First cohort of young-of-the-year Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, reduces abundance of subsequent cohorts in intertidal shell habitat
M Fernandez, D Armstrong, O Iribarne
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50 (10), 2100-2105, 1993
Physical-chemical processes and patterns of diversity of the Chilean eastern boundary pelagic and benthic marine ecosystems: an overview
R Escribano, M Fernández, A Aranís
Gayana 67 (2), 190-205, 2003
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