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Matías G. Goldenberg

Matías G. Goldenberg
Instituto de Investigaciónes en Recursos Naturales, Agroecología y Desarrollo Rural (IRNAD)

Doctor of Agricultural Sciences

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
April 2015 - June 2015
Universidad Nacional de Río Negro - Sede Andina, Bariloche, Argentina
Position
  • Becario CONICET
Education
March 2008 - May 2014
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Field of study
  • Ingeniero Agrónomo

Publications

Publications (23)
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Key message When growing under similar conditions, Salix humboldtiana plants exhibit intra- and inter-clone variations in growth and branching traits, despite sharing an acrotonic branching pattern. Abstract Willows represent some of the most extended tree crop species worldwide. Understanding their global architecture could help improving the for...
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Una estrategia de manejo forestal que podría combinar exitosamente la producción y la conservación de la biodiversidad en bosques naturales, es su enriquecimiento con árboles nativos de valor maderero. En ciertos bosques de Patagonia (e.g. matorrales) esto requiere definir el grado de apertura inicial del dosel para garantizar el éxito de la planta...
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Los bosques nativos cumplen un importante rol en el bienestar y salud de las personas. Actúan como reguladores climáticos, almacenando cerca del 45% del carbono de la biósfera terrestre y proveen otra gran cantidad de bienes y servicios ecosistémicos. El actual contexto de cambio global, principalmente los procesos de cambios en el clima y en el us...
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The exponential growth of herbicide-resistant weeds poses enormous challenges to the sustainability of food systems. While great efforts in weed management are being performed at the plot level, the influence of the landscape context on the presence of herbicide-resistant weeds remains largely unknown. We tested these ideas through a large-scale sa...
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La extracción de biomasa en bosques nativos puede inducir cambios en su funcionamiento. Los escasos estudios sobre estos cambios determinan un vacío en el conocimiento. En este trabajo evaluamos la respuesta de la producción y la descomposición de restos vegetales ante intensidades crecientes de corta de biomasa en fajas en matorrales nativos. Real...
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Conventional agriculture is frequently associated with large-scale environmental degradation and landscape homogenization. In contrast, ecological intensification incorporates natural habitat conservation and landscape complexity to improve important ecosystem services such as pollination and crop yields. In an observational study of 105 fields in...
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A fundamental challenge of land use management is to sustain the production of food, energy and fiber whilst preserving biodiversity and ecosystem functions. Some promising solutions to current resource-use conflicts are rooted in (agro) ecological intensification, which proposes that ecosystem functions provided by natural habitat can largely repl...
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R������. Las parcelas forestales permanentes son áreas de muestreo donde se registran periódicamente la identidad, abundancia y tamaño de los árboles, para estudiar cómo cambian los bosques en relación con el clima, los disturbios naturales y los usos y manejos. Hasta hoy, los patrones de cambio observados con parcelas permanentes en la Argentina t...
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Sustainable management of native species is essential in regions where forest is continually decreasing, such as South America. A first step for sustainable management is to develop models of productivity and site quality, which are usually related to the height of dominant trees. The aim of this study was to model the height (h) of dominant trees...
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Calafate (Berberis microphylla) is a native and widely distributed Patagonian shrub, which produces edible fruits with excellent antioxidant and nutraceutical properties. This study evaluates its multiplication by the rooting of stem cuttings, a widely used method in fruit species with little success so far in B. microphylla. This work was carried...
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Las especies forestales nativas permiten restaurar bosques y son una alternativa productiva sustentable. Como en cualquier forestación, en bosques implantados o enriquecidos con nativas, el conocimiento sobre la dinámica de los plantines resulta clave para establecer estrategias de manejo. En este estudio describimos la dinámica de la supervivencia...
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Sustainable management of natural resources is one of the greatest challenges that humanity is facing today. Part of the global energy demand is supplied by woody biomass whose production needs to ensure the maintenance of structures and functions that forests provide through biodiversity and ecosystem services. The general objective of this chapte...
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Forest biomass with energy purpose is gaining importance. Although there is a lot of information about afforestation for energy purpose, native resource management for biofuel production is a less studied topic. Consequently, generating information about management of local forest types that have potential for providing biomass for energy, such as...
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Background: Forest management has historically focused on provisioning of goods (e.g. timber, biomass), but there is an increasing interest to manage forests also to maintain biodiversity and to provide other ecosystem services (ES). Methods: We evaluated the effects of firewood harvesting intensity on biodiversity and different ES in three contras...
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International agreements aim to conserve 17% of Earth's land area by 2020 but include no area-based conservation targets within the working landscapes that support human needs through farming, ranching, and forestry. Through a review of country-level legislation, we found that just 38% of countries have minimum area requirements for conserving nati...
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Sustainable forest management relies on the understanding of biodiversity response to disturbance and the ecological resilience of the system. The dynamic equilibrium hypothesis (DEM) predicts that site productivity will modulate the effects of disturbance gradient on biodiversity. Also, considering functional diversity (eco-morfo-phisicological tr...
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Nothofagus antarctica (G. Forst.) Oerst. stands of northern Patagonia (Argentina) have great potential to provide multiple ecosystem services. Nonetheless, the lack of basic information limits the application of silvicultural treatments to this forest type. This study reports the early response to three systematic strip thinning treatments (30, 50,...
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ABSTRACT The available biomass in northern Patagonia forests gives to the region a high bioenergy potential. For instance, silvicultural management in these forests could leave a large amount of biomass suitable for energy purposes. Nevertheless, population density in Patagonia is low, which entails that the resource should be transported long dist...
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have gained attention for forestry applications in recent years. These technologies provide very high-resolution spatial data for detailed mapping of forest structure, among other forestry applications. UAVs have been mainly tested in high timber value stands but little is known about their performance in other woody...
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Although shrublands can be highly abundant, their bioenergy potential has barely been addressed. This is the case in northern Patagonian shrublands, where there is a lack of knowledge regarding biomass quantity and quality. The objective of this study was to develop biomass equations for young shoots (resprouts) of five of the main woody species gr...
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The management of native forests in Northern Patagonia has great potential to provide multiple products with high market value, whose regional demand is growing continuously. Considering that economic profitability is key to guide sustainable forest management decisions, in this paper the effect of the discounting rate, which is a measure of the op...
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Los bosques nativos proveen múltiples servicios ecosistémicos (SE). Sin embargo, las dediciones de manejo generalmente dependen de los servicios de provisión (madera, leña) y son tomadas en función de maximizar la rentabilidad económica. Nuestro objetivo fue modelar espacialmente la rentabilidad económica (Valor Actual Neto) de cinco alternativas d...

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