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  1. Skuas and jaegers (Charadriiformes: Stercorariidae) are seabirds breeding at moderate to high latitudes and some perform extensive post-breeding transequatorial migrations. Most species overwinter and perform ...

    Authors: Alejandro Simeone, Cristóbal Anguita and Guillermo Luna-Jorquera
    Citation: Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 2014 87:6
  2. The biological conservation in private lands largely depends upon landowners’ willingness to keep populations of wild species on them, an issue highlighted by the Convention on Biological Diversity. In this st...

    Authors: Francisco Zorondo-Rodríguez, Victoria Reyes-García and Javier A Simonetti
    Citation: Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 2014 87:4
  3. Agricultural intensification is among the main factors affecting biodiversity. The Rolling Pampas of Argentina have undergone through a process of landscape transformation and agricultural intensification that...

    Authors: Federico Weyland, Jacques Baudry and Claudio M Ghersa
    Citation: Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 2014 87:1

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