Camila NederNational University of Cordoba, Argentina | UNC · IDEA, CONICET Instituto de Diversidad y Ecología Animal
Early Career Scientist | Science Communicator
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Species distribution models in Antarctic marine fjord ecosystem. Suspended particulate dynamics models. Climate change influence in marine ecosystems. Science Communication #masIDEAsobreFauna #IDEAsobreFauna #OUAT_scientificstory #Plumistory #PlumiAndTheChocolateRiver #AWIs4Future #CoastCarb
September 2018 - September 2020
- PhD Student
- Under the Scholarship ALEARG'18 and extension ALEARG'19 from DAAD and Ministerio de Educación Argentina
When Antarctic glaciers retreat, high sediment loads from geomorphological and glaciological sources can disturb the biota, especially filtering organisms, and thereby significantly alter the ecology of the Antarctic coast. We applied the Finite volumE Sea-ice Ocean-Coastal Model (FESOM-C), a numerical tool equipped with a sediment module, to simul...
The rapid warming of the West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) is causing an important expansion of marine coastal areas due to glacier retreat. These new ice-free areas offer additional habitats for the colonization of benthic species in areas formerly occupied by ice. The establishment of benthic species can represent important negative feedback to the...
The glacier retreat observed during the last decades at Potter Cove (PC) causes an increasing amount of suspended particulate matter (SPM) in the water column, which has a high impact on sessile filter feeder’ species at PC located at the West Antarctic Peninsula. SPM presents a highly-fluctuating dynamic pattern on a daily, monthly, seasonal, and...
CoastCarb is an international Research Network that follows an interdisciplinary approach to understand the consequences of Climate Change in the Beagle Channel and the coastal Western Antarctic, a region of recent rapid aerial warming. The CoastCarb Network for Staff Exchange and Training is funded by the Marie Curie Action RISE (Research and Inno...
A meta data compilation available in Pangaea, papers or row data of main investigations during the German-Argentinian cooperation and IMCOAST\IMCONET Project (1991-2016) in Potter Cove, Carlini Station, King George Island (Isla 25 de Mayo). This includes environmental (metereology, geochemistry, chemistry, biogeochemistry, PAR,kd, webcam, suspended...
La Península Antártica es una de las áreas del planeta donde el calentamiento global ha mostrado la mayor rapidez y magnitud, el incremento de la temperatura en los últimos 60 años alcanzó los 2,5 ºC, mientras que el incremento medio en el planeta fue de 0,6 ºC. Caleta Potter es una de las regiones más estudiadas de la Península Antártica. Es un fi...
Las zonas intermareales se caracterizan por presentar un gradiente de comunidades, consecuencia de distintos factores físicos e interacciones biológicas. La estructura de las comunidades que se desarrollan en las pozas de marea, están moldeadas por condiciones de estrés en función de los tiempos de exposición al aire y la profundidad de las mismas....
Have you seen that from the cross validation tables and consequent statistics values, the StdError and StddError are not informed correctly to determine the deviation of the ASE, RMSSE and MS? How the deviation of the error from the estimated error in the population per sample it's not explained to recieve the exactly same values by your own calculation, from the measures, predictions and error. Does anyone know how to do it?
If the standardized Error is: Error divided Standard Error, and the standard error should be the root of (the square sum of the difference between the Error and the Mean of Error, divided n); the value it's not the same.
I am looking for the article Jackson J.B.C 1979. Morphological strategies of sessile animals wich is in G. Larwood & B. R Rosen (eds), Biology and Systematics of Colonial Organisms. Academic Press, London & New York: 499- 555 .
If someone has it, I would love they could share it to me :)
CoastCarb is an international Research Network that follows an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the consequences of Climate Change in the Beagle Channel and the coastal Western Antarctic, a region of recent rapid aerial warming. The CoastCarb Network for Staff Exchange and Training is funded by the Marie Curie Action RISE (Research and Innovation Staff Exchange) of the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union (H2020-MCSA-RISE 872690). Climate change and intensifying human resource use are causing massive changes to Subantarctic coastal systems and carbon cycling. At the same time, these systems house benthic communities of the highest biomass and biodiversity, which sustain important ecosystem services and require strategic observation and management plans. The multidisciplinary network CoastCarb joins experts in Subantarctic coastal system ecology and ecological modelling to create a knowledge information system with open access data portal and produce dynamic ecosystem models for fjordic and estuarine environments. CoastCarb has five specific objectives that will be pursued by five work-packages (WP): Obj 1 - Data and Information System (DIS): Compile a geo-referenced data information system for Souuth Patagonia (SP) and West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) coastal change, including abiotic environmental factors, disturbance levels, and mapping coastal biosphere (WP1). Obj 2 - Ecosystem Modelling: Develop a carbon flux model for SP/WAP coastal fjords and estuaries, considering different ecosystem processes such as carbon sequestration (production, coastal runoff fluxes, deposition and burial) and mobilization (bioturbation, remineralization, transport processes) (WP2). Obj 3 – Species Metrics & Multiple Stressors: Parameterise the response of coastal biosphere (key species, groups, key communities) to environmental change for different focal areas along SP and the WAP. Identify and fill present data gaps (WP3). Obj 4 - Ecosystem Change and Carbon Storage: Develop a coastal status classification scheme (dynamic mapping of carbon sink and source areas) (WP4). Obj 5 - Ecosystem Services, Food Security and Public Engagement: Contribute to the analysis of ecosystem service changes, sustainable management and public engagement (WP5). Obj 6 - Managment and Ethichs, plus Science Communication (WP6). www.coastcarb.eu
We aim to model the water transportation-circulation and build a SPM dynamic model in Potter Cove under different environmental conditions, applying a numerical implementation of three-dimensional unstructured-mesh model FESOM-C, relying on FESOM2 and intended for coastal simulations. For the evaluation of model performance the hydrodynamics of the Potter-Cove is simulated.
The main aim of this Doctoral project is to estimate the potential distribution of different Antarctic species at a temporal scale in Potter Cove (King George Island, Antarctic) applying Species Distribution Models (SDMs) based on available environmental and biological data. Also, to infer possible responses in the species distribution due to the regional climate change projecting to different environmental scenarios. The Antarctic benthos and the response to the climate change. A comprehensive analysis using species distribution models.