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Julieta Kaminsky

Julieta Kaminsky
Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas (CADIC-CONICET) · Laboratorio de Oceanografía Biológica

MS in Oceanography, PhD Student in Macroalgae Ecology

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La guía está compuesta por fotografías a todo color de 42 especies de macroalgas. Corresponden a 9 algas verdes, 12 algas pardas y 21 algas rojas presentes en las costas de Ushuaia. La mayoría de las imágenes se obtuvieron en salidas de campo y trabajo de laboratorio desarrollados en el marco del Curso Teórico-Práctico: Diversidad de Macroalgas de...
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ABSTRACT. Anthropogenic pressures on coastal and marine ecosystems are increasing. Current development of spatiotemporal models will improve understanding of how changes to biodiversity distribution resulting from such pressures might affect ecosystem functioning. The objective of this study was to characterize the spatial distribution of benthic b...
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This poster presents the results on functional diversity analyses for benthic communities in San Jorge Gulf, Argentina
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In this poster, we present the objectives and methodology for a study on benthic communities in San Jorge Gulf, Argentina
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In many Northern Hemisphere salt marshes, recovery of disturbance-generated bare areas usually occurs within a few years. However, in some southwestern Atlantic marshes, bare patches may remain unchanged for several years. Here we investigated biological and physical factors that might affect bare patch colonization in a Mar Chiquita coastal lagoon...
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In this poster we present the results from a study on secondary succession in salt marsh communities

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To study the spatial variations of Macrocystis pyrifera forests in Beagle Channel (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) in relation to nutrient availability.