Juan Martin Paredes del Puerto

Juan Martin Paredes del Puerto
Universidad Nacional de La Plata | UNLP · Instituto de Limnología "Dr. Raul A. Ringuelet" (ILPLA)

Biologist

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La Cuenca Matanza-Riachuelo se localiza al noreste de la provincia de Buenos Aires. El uso del suelo en la cuenca alta y media es predominantemente agrícola-ganadero con escasa urbanización, mientras que en la baja se encuentra la mayor urbanización e industrialización del país. El objetivo de este trabajo es describir y analizar la estructura de l...
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Las actividades humanas en los sistemas naturales promueven cambios que ponen en peligro a las comunidades acuáticas por pérdida de nichos ecológicos generando disminución de la riqueza y diversidad. El objetivo de esta investigación fue analizar los ensambles de aves y peces asociados a cuatro bañados de arroyos pampeanos con usos del suelo periur...
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The Matanza Riachuelo Basin is one of the most polluted watersheds in the world. We assessed the relationships between land use, stream-water quality, and the structure of the fish assemblages on a subbasin scale from data obtained in 44 sampling sites. A gradient of change from the rural upper sector to the urbanized and industrialized lower basin...
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Riparian areas of riverine plains develop extensive floodable areas named riverine wetlands, which are essential to the water cycle balance and ecosystem dynamics. In this study, we contrasted the hydrological and physicochemical variables of riverine wetlands of both peri-urban areas impacted by intensive farming and those of rural areas with the...
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Headwater streams play an essential role in catchment ecosystem processes and are particularly vulnerable to land use degradation and anthropic hydrological alterations. Considering that fish assemblages are reliable indicators of the ecological integrity of streams, we evaluated the ichthyofauna structure in four headwater Pampean streams located...

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