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Natural Colonization and Establishment of a Chinook Salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Population in the Santa Cruz River, an Atlantic Basin of Patagonia
SynopsisWe report the finding of an established population of exotic Chinook salmon spawning in headwaters of the Santa Cruz River system (Argentina), the first for this species in an Atlantic basinExpand
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Accumulation and distribution of trace metals within soils and the austral cordgrass Spartina densiflora in a Patagonian salt marsh.
Concentrations of Cd, Cu, Fe, Pb, and Zn were determined in soils and in below- and above-ground structures of Spartina densiflora in a Patagonian salt marsh (San Antonio, Río Negro, Argentina).Expand
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Scale, connectivity, and incentives in the introduction and management of non‐native species: the case of exotic salmonids in Patagonia
Many introduced species have become established throughout large areas of the world, causing millions of dollars in damages. The introduction of such pest species is universally condemned, andExpand
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A dynamic perspective of shallow lakes of arid Patagonia as habitat for waterbirds
Fil: Lancelotti, Julio Lucio. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. Centro Nacional Patagonico; Argentina
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Comparison of phytoremediation potential capacity of Spartina densiflora and Sarcocornia perennis for metal polluted soils.
Phytoremediation is considered the most appropriate technique to restore metal polluted soil, given its low cost, high efficiency and low environmental impact. Spartina densiflora and SarcocorniaExpand
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A natural experiment of dietary overlap between introduced Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and native Puyen (Galaxias maculatus) in the Santa Cruz River, Patagonia
Diet overlap between the native Puyen (Galaxias maculatus) and juvenile exotic Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) was studied in 52 sites located along 306 km of the mainstem of the Santa CruzExpand
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Precautionary rules for exotic trout aquaculture in fishless shallow lakes of Patagonia: minimizing impacts on the threatened hooded grebe (Podiceps gallardoi).
1. Conflicts between habitat use and conservation are inherent to the management of wetlands. A major challenge for their management is to preserve habitat while addressing the demands from multipleExpand
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Population data of 15 autosomal STR markers from Afro-Bolivians of Nor Yungas Province (Bolivia)
Allele frequencies and forensic parameters for 15 autosomal loci included in the AmpFlSTR® Identifiler kit were estimated in a sample of 57 unrelated Afro-descendants from Nor Yungas (Bolivia).Expand
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Rainbow trout effects on zooplankton in the reproductive area of the critically endangered hooded grebe
Aquaculture in arid Patagonia is potentially affecting the hooded grebe (Podiceps gallardoi), a critically endangered endemic waterbird. Exotic rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) were stocked fromExpand
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Both lake regime and fish introduction shape autotrophic planktonic communities of lakes from the Patagonian Plateau (Argentina)
Strobel Plateau hosts more than 1,500 shallow lakes displaying different water regimes, which constitute the habitat for many species. Although the region is naturally fishless, many of the lakesExpand
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