Ecology and Evolution of South American Marsupials
Edited by: Prof Eduardo Palma
Impacts of Climate Change on Antarctic Ecosystems
Edited by: Iván Gómez, Pirjo Huovinen, and Nelson Valdivia
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural is accepting submissions for an upcoming thematic series titled 'Ecology and Evolution of South American Marsupials'. Now open for submissions.Open for submissions
Fragmentation of Chilean Andean rivers: expected effects of hydropower development
Gustavo Díaz, Pedro Arriagada, Konrad Górski, Oscar Link, Bruno Karelovic, Jorge Gonzalez and Evelyn Habit
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Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, was founded in 1897 and transferred to Springer Open in 2014, and to BioMed Central, a sister company, in 2016. An electronic archive of articles published between 2000 and 2013 can be found in the SciELO database.
The Chilean Biology Society (Sociedad de Biología de Chile), previously the Biological Society of Santiago, was founded in late 1928 as a subsidiary of The Societé de Biologie of Paris, France. For several years the summaries of its communications were published in Comps Rendú of the Societé de Biologie du Paris. The Society is currently a member of the International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS).
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