María Soledad Andrade-Díaz

María Soledad Andrade-Díaz
National Scientific and Technical Research Council | conicet · IMASL Instituto de Matemática Aplicada de San Luis

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Publications (11)
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Subtropical drylands, such as the South American Dry Chaco, harbor azonal grasslands in ancient river beds (hereafter, paleochannels). These grasslands host high biodiversity and provide numerous ecosystem services. However, cultivated systems often replace paleochannels grasslands due to their biophysical characteristics and low investment require...
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Extensive livestock ranching is one of the main drivers of habitat degradation in terrestrial communities in the dry Chaco forest (Argentina). Grazing intensity could differentially affect native mammals and their interactions, which could impact both, native mammal communities and livestock production systems. Here, we determined how the activity...
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We estimated the potential distribution for 31 amphibian species inhabiting the threatened Austral Yungas under current and future climate projections (2050’s) and assessed the synergistic effects of both climate and land-use changes on the spatio-temporal patterns of species richness. Then, using ZONATION software, we assessed the role of existing...
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Livestock grazing can be a problem for forest conservation because it can generate heterogeneous and unpredictable changes in plant communities. Understanding these changes is important for generating management strategies that are compatible with long-term conservation of threatened forests. Livestock exclusion is a useful experimental approach us...
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Throughout its range in Latin America, the jaguar Panthera onca is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, and by conflict as a result of coexistence with people. This Near Threatened species is a top predator, and is often illegally hunted. Understanding people's attitudes and perceptions and the factors that could influence them is crucial...
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Conservation planning relies on integrating existing knowledge, social-environmental contexts, and potential threats to identify gaps and opportunities for action. Here we present a case study on how priority areas for conservation can be determined using existing information on biodiversity occurrence and threats. Specifically, our goals are: (1)...
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This study aims to identify events that modeled the historical biogeography of Phymaturus, using three methodologies: Spatial Analysis of Vicariance (VIP), Statistical Dispersal-Vicari-ance Analysis (S-DIVA), and Bayesian Binary Method MCMC (BBM). In order to assign areas for the Dispersal-Vicariance and the BBM analyses, we preferred not to use pr...
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GenBank accession numbers fort the terminals included in the BEAST analysis. (XLSX)
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Area units used in the analysis. Political and biogeographic correspondence of areas used in S-DIVA. (DOCX)
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Number of records of species of the genus Phymaturus. (DOCX)
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Areas of endemism are central to biogeography. They are used as study units by analytical biogeographic methods and as a criterion to identify areas for conservation. Liolaemidae is one of the most diverse groups of lizards in terms of species richness and environmental diversity. Over the last decade, the number of new species recorded for the gen...

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