Jaime Jimenez | Philosophy & Religion

Jaime Jimenez

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Jaime Enrique Jiménez Hott
Curriculum Vitae
(September 6th, 2013)

Phone Number: Office: 01-940-369-8211, 01-940-369-5077. Cell.: 01-940-206-9584.
E- ail Address: Jaime.Jimenez@unt.edu, jaime.e.jimenez@gmail.com
Web Page: http://www.chile.unt.edu, http://www.biol.unt.edu, http://www.phil.unt.edu
Birthdate: December 26, 1960
Birthplace: Temuco, Chile.
Citizenship: Chilean
Passport: 7 646 672-6, Santiago, Chile
Marital Status: Married
Current Position: Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences and Dept. of Philosophy & Religion Studies, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, U.S.A.
Professor, Academic Vice-presidency, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta
Arenas, Chile.
Address: LSA 246E, Dept. of Biological Sciences, 1155 Union Circle, #305220, Denton, TX 76203-5017. http://www.biol.unt.edu
EESAT 310AB, Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, 1155 Union Circle, #305036, Denton, TX 76203-5017. http://www.chile.unt.edu

EDUCATION

1979-1984: Licenciatura in Biological Sciences (equivalent to M.S.). Faculty of Biological Sciences, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago. Thesis: [Behavioral ecology of three sympatric buteonine hawks in central Chile.] (Advisors: Dr. Fabián M. Jaksic and Dr. Juan
C. Castilla).
1990-1993: M.S. in Conservation of Natural Resources. Dept. of Wildlife Ecology &
Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Thesis: Comparative ecology of Dusicyon foxes at the Chinchilla National Reserve in northcentral Chile. (Advisors: Dr. Kent H. Redford, Dr. Peter Feinsinger, Dr. Lyn C. Branch, Dr. Melvin E. Sunquist, and Dr. Richard A. Kiltie). GPA 4.0/4.0.
1993-1999: Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology. Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, Utah State University,
Logan, UT. Dissertation: Nest success of dabbling ducks in a human-modified prairie: effects of predation and habitat variables at different spatial scales. (Advisors: Dr. Michael
R. Conover, Dr. Raymond D. Dueser, Dr. John A. Bissonette, Dr. John A. Kadlec, Dr.
Terry A. Messmer, Dr. Eugene W. Schupp, and Dr. Frederic H. Wagner. GPA 3.79/4.00.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012-present: Affiliated Researcher, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Santiago, Chile. 2011-present: Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.
Professor, Dept. of Philosophy & Religion Studies, University of North Texas. 2007-2010: Chair of the School of Graduate Studies, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2004, 2006, 2009-present: Professor, M.S. program in Management and Conservation of
Natural Resources in Sub-Antarctic Environments, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2002-2005, 2007-2009: Chair of M.S. program in Production, Management, and Conservation of
Natural Resources, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2002-2003: Adjunct Associate Professor, Natural Resources Management and Engineering Department, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

2001-2010: Associate Professor, Department of Basic Sciences, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2000-2010: Invited Professor, Doctoral Program in Ecology & Systematics, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
1999-2001: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Basic Sciences, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
1989-1993: Research Associate, Dept. of Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago. 1987-1988: Research Affiliate, Dept. of Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.

HONORS, PRIZES, AND FELLOWSHIPS

2010: Elected as Fellow of the International Ornithologists’ Union.
2006: Elected as Associate Member of the International Ornithologists’ Union. 2005-present: Elected as Honorary Fellow of the American Ornithologists’ Union.
2005-2007: Elected as Director of Science of the Austral and Neotropical American section of the Society for Conservation Biology.
2002: Invited as session moderator by The Peregrine Fund, and travel fellowship to attend the Neotropical Raptor Conference (Panama City, Panama), awarded by The Peregrine Fund, USA.
2001: Fellowships from the Wildlife Conservation Unit of Oxford, United Kingdom, and the Research and Graduate Office of Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile, to attend the
Canid Biology and Conservation Conference in Oxford, United Kingdom.
2000: Fellowships from the Society for Conservation Biology and the Research and Graduate Office of Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile, to attend the annual meetings of the
Society for Conservation Biology (Missoula, Montana) and the American Society of Mammalogists (Durham, New Hampshire).
2000: Small collections study grant to work with the bird collection at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY.
1996-1998: Fellowship for conducting dissertation research in North Dakota, awarded by the
Jack Berryman Institute, the Ecology Center, the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and a Wildlife Restoration grant from the Division of Federal Aid of the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
1996, 1997: Travel Fellowships to present papers at the American Ornithologists Union/Cooper Ornithological Society/Raptor Research Foundation (1996, Boise, ID), American Society of
Mammalogists (1996, Grand Forks, ND), and American Ornithologists Union/Cooper
Ornithological Society (1997, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN) Annual Meetings, awarded by the Ecology Center and the Graduate Student Senate at Utah State University, Logan, UT.
1996: Grant awarded by the Ecology Center at Utah State University to complete coursework.
1995: Named to the School of Graduate Studies Honor Roll at Utah State University, due to high academic achievements.
1993-present: Nominated and elected as full member of the Sigma XI, The Scientific Research
Society, an international honor society for research engineers and scientists.
1993-1995: Quinney Ph.D. Fellowship to study in the Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, Utah State University, awarded by the College of Natural Resources, Utah State University, Logan,
UT.
1993-1994: Fellowship for conducting field research during 1993-1994 in Chile, awarded by the College of Natural Resources, School of Graduate Studies, Ecology Center, and
International Programs and Studies of Utah State University, Logan, UT.
1993: Graduate Fellowship for completing the Master of Science degree, awarded by the Tropical Conservation and Development Program (TCD) of the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

1991: Fellowship for conducting field research during 1992 in Chile, awarded by the Tropical Conservation and Development Program (TCD) of the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
1990-1992: Graduate Scholarship to cover tuition to study in the Dept. of Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Florida, awarded by the Program for Studies in Tropical
Conservation (PSTC) of the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
1990-1992: Fulbright, LASPAU (Latin American Scholarship for American Universities), and AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce) Graduate Scholarship for two years to pursue a Master of Science degree at University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
1990: Travel Fellowship for attending the Biology and Conservation of Wildlife course at the Argentine Center of Primates (CAPRIM) at Corrientes, Argentina, awarded by the U. S.
Fish and Wildlife Service and the System for the Support of Research and Development of Ecology in Argentina (SPIDERA).
1988: Travel Fellowship for attending the Habitat Evaluation Procedures course at Córdoba,
Argentina, awarded by the Nature Conservancy, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the World Wildlife Fund.
1985-1986: Graduate Scholarship, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.
1985: Travel Fellowship for attending a Wildlife Management course at Córdoba, Argentina,
awarded by the University of Córdoba, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the World Wildlife Fund.
1984: First Prize of Photography in 4th "Photography and Video Fair of the IX Region," awarded by Chile's National Tourism Service.
1981-1982: President's Fellowship (for excellence of performance as undergraduate student),
awarded by the Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.

LANGUAGES

• English: reads, writes, and speaks with fluency.
• Spanish: native language.
• German: fluent in speaking and writing (received Germany's Deutsches Sprachdiplom Zweite Stufe in 1978).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2013-present: Professor, Mammalian Ecology and Evolution, University of North Texas. 2011-present: Professor, Introduction to Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation, University of
North Texas.
2011-present: Professor, Tracing Darwin’s Path study abroad course, University of North Texas and Field Biocultural Conservation, M.S. program, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta
Arenas, Chile.
2011-present: Professor, Ecology and Austral Environments, M.S. program, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas.
2011: Professor, Independent Studies, Departments of Biology and Philosophy and Religion
Studies, University of North Texas.
2008-2010: Professor, Monitoring Terrestrial Vertebrates in Forests, M.S. program, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2008-2010: Coordinator and Lecturer, Advanced Topics and Methods in Natural Resources and the Environment, M.S. program, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2007: Professor, Education for the Environment, Department of Education, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2004, 2006, 2009: Professor, Interdisciplinary Conservation, M.S. program, Universidad de
Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.

2002-2010: Professor, Conservation Biology, M.S. program, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2002: Professor, Ecology of Marine Birds, Department of Aquaculture, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2000-2010: Invited Professor, Conservation Biology, Doctoral Program in Ecology and Systematics, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2000-2003: Professor, Ecology and the Environment, School of Architecture, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
1999-2002: Professor, Conservation Biology, Aquaculture Department, Universidad de Los
Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
1993: Invited Lecturer, Integrated Field Studies graduate course, Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica.
1992: Teaching Assistant, Conservation Biology graduate course, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1988: Invited Lecturer, Sciences of the Environment, University of La Serena, La Serena, Chile. 1987-1988: Invited Lecturer, General Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. 1985: Teaching Assistant, General Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1984-1985: Teaching Assistant, Vertebrate Biology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1982-1983: Teaching Assistant, Biology of Terrestrial Arthropods, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.

RESEARCH PROJECTS (external funding 2005-present = $1,220,255)

2013: PI, project “An interdisciplinary-international Undergraduate Research Experience addressing biocultural homogenization at the end of the Americas,” submitted to the National Science Foundation. ($505,246)
2013-2017: Co-PI, project “Do Magellanic woodpeckers switch their movement decisions from a bottom-up to a top-down strategy when landscape fragmentation increases?,” funded by Chile’s NSF (FONDECYT). ($412,373)
2013-2014: Co-PI, project “Migration at the bottom of the world: The speed and timing of bird migration in Patagonia,” funded by National Geographic. ($18,000)
2012-2013: Co-PI, project [“Strengthening the Omora Sub-Antarctic Bird Observatory in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve,”] funded by the Environmental Protection Fund of Chile’s
Environmental Ministry (FPA-MMA). ($39,641)
2010-2011: PI, project [“Learning live science in the forest,”] funded by Explora grant from Chile’s NSF (CONICYT). ($57,808)
2010-2011: PI, project “Conservation of birds in agricultural landscapes,” Attraction of advanced human capital from abroad, funded by Chile’s NSF (CONICYT). ($11,705)
2010: Co-PI, project “Assessing the status of the mainland populations of the critically endangered Darwin’s fox,” funded by the Chicago Board of Trade Endangered Species Fund, Chicago Zoological Society, USA. ($5,250)
2010: Co-PI, project “The critically-endangered Darwin’s fox: Using non-invasive genetic techniques for its conservation management in the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range, Chile,”
funded by the Smithsonian Institution Endowment Fund, USA. ($20,128)
2009-2011: PI, project “Distribution and abundance of the Darwin´s fox, a critically endangered species, in the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range, Chile,” funded by Bioforest, Chile. ($49,000)
2008-2010: PI, project “Ecology and conservation of the Slender-billed Parakeet (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in southern Chile: the role of old-growth forest and agricultural landscape,”
funded by Parrots International, International Conure Association, Amigos de Las Aves USA, and Parrot Conservation and Research Fund. ($72,487)
2008-2010: Co-PI, project “An ecosystem approach to huemul conservation in Chilean Patagonia,” funded by the National Geographic Conservation Trust, USA. ($30,000)

2008: Co-PI, project “The mouse opossum (Dromiciops gliroides Thomas) in fragmented environments: a conservation model for the native rainforest,” funded by Idea Wild and the Scott Neotropic Fund from the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, USA. ($6,605)
2006-2007: Supervisor, project “Ecology of highland carnivores in Sajama National Park,” funded by BIOTA, WCS and Conservation International–Fundación PUMA, La Paz, Bolivia. ($2,790)
2005-2007: Co-PI, project “Development of advanced research and graduate studies in management and conservation of coastal areas,” funded by Fundación Andes, Santiago, Chile. ($120,325)
2005-2006: Supervisor, project “Changes in the abundances of mammals with conservation problems associated to tourists activities in forests of the Biosphere Reserve and Indigenous Territory Pilón Lajas,” funded by Conservation International–Fundación PUMA and WCS, La Paz, Bolivia. ($2,909)
2002-2005: Co-PI, project “Conserving the critically endangered Darwin’s fox on Chiloé Island, Chile,” funded by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs as a Darwin
Initiative for the Survival of the Species, in collaboration with the Institute of Zoology of the Zoological Society of London, United Kingdom. ($371,234)
2002-2004: PI, project [“Temporal dynamics and changes in species richness and abundance of birds associated to salmon farming in the 10th Region: a comparative study between fresh water and marine systems,”] funded by the Research Office, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2002-2003: Supervisor, project [“Birds associated to salmon farms in the 10th Region: a comparative study of the temporal dynamics in species richness and population abundances,”] funded by the Regional Government of Osorno, Chile.
2001-2002: PI, project “The ecology of the Darwin’s fox, the most threatened Chilean mammal in its vanishing habitat,” funded by the Board of Trade Endangered Species Fund from the
Brookfield Zoo, Chicago Zoological Society, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
2001-2002: Co-PI, project “Environment and Aquaculture,” funded by Terram Foundation and the British Embassy, Chile.
2000: PI, project “Do birds conform to the island rule? A test using museum skins of southern- temperate forest endemic birds,” funded by the Collection Study Grant of the American
Museum of Natural History, New York City, New York, USA.
1999-2001: PI, project “Viability of the endangered Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes): assessing ecological factors in the last mainland population,” funded by the Lincoln Park
Scott Neotropic Fund, Chicago, Illinois; Idea Wild, Fort Collins, Colorado; and Research Office, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
1999-2000: Co-PI, project “Assessment of the flora and fauna of Nahuelbuta National Park,” for the Chile’s Forest Service (CONAF), IX Region, Temuco, Chile.
1997-1998: PI, project “Nest success of dabbling ducks in a human-modified prairie: effects of
habitat variables and predator behavior,” funded by the Jack Berryman Institute, the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and a Wildlife Restoration grant from the Division of Federal Aid of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
1996: Research Assistant, project “Nest survival of upland nesting waterfowl in North Dakota,” funded by the Jack Berryman Institute (Richard King, PI).
1995: PI, project “Responses of pudus (Pudu puda) to human disturbances in Neotropical
temperate rainforests,” funded by grants from the Lincoln Park Zoo Scott Neotropic Fund, Chicago, Illinois, USA, and the Sigma Xi Society.
1994-1995: Research Assistant, project “Interactions of brook and cut-throat trout,” funded by
grants from U.S. National Science Foundation and the Ecology Center of Utah State University (Dr. Todd Crowl, PI).

1994: Research Assistant, project “Seed dispersal by vertebrates and population dynamics of Utah Juniper in Utah,” funded by grants from U.S. National Science Foundation and the Ecology Center of Utah State University (Dr. Eugene Schupp, PI).
1993: Museum Assistant at the Malacology Range, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1992-1993: Co-PI, project “Complementarity of niche dimensions between Chilean foxes: a
crucial test,” funded by grant 92/0038 from the National Fund for the Development of Science and Technology (FONDECYT), Chile (José L. Yáñez, Fabián M. Jaksic, Jaime E.
Jiménez, Peter Feinsinger, and Elier Tabilo, co-PIs).
1992: PI, project “Predation by foxes (Dusicyon spp.) and the last wild chinchillas in Chile,” funded by grant from the Lincoln Park Zoo Scott Neotropic Fund, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
1991: Research Assistant, project “Vegetation dynamics along utility rights-of-way: herbivory of
voles on seedlings,” at the Institute of Ecosystem Studies, New York, USA, funded by the Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation (Drs. Richard S. Ostfeld, Charles D. Canham, Alan R. Berkowitz, Jay B. McAninch, and Mark J. McDonnell, co-PIs).
1990-1992: Co-PI, project “Guild dynamics of vertebrate predators,” funded by grant 0725/90 from the National Fund for the Development of Science and Technology (FONDECYT,
Chile) (Dr. Fabián M. Jaksic, Jaime E. Jiménez, Peter Feinsinger, and Rodrigo Medel,
co-PIs).
1989-1991: Research Associate, Department of Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1988-1990: Collaborator, project “Role of predation and plant-small mammal interactions in the Chilean Mediterranean scrub zone,” funded by grant BSR-8806639 from the U.S. National Science Foundation (Drs. Peter Meserve, Fabián M. Jaksic, and Julio Gutiérrez, co-PIs).
1988-1990: Principal Collaborator, project “U.S.-Chile cooperative research on the dynamics of guild structure in an assemblage of predatory vertebrates,” funded by grant INT-8802054
from the U.S. National Science Foundation (Drs. Peter Feinsinger and Fabián M. Jaksic, co-PIs).
1988-1989: Co-PI, project “Ecology of the Chiloe fox Dusicyon fulvipes: theoretical and applied
implications of its disjunct geographical distribution in different contexts of sympatry,” funded by grant 0198/88 from the National Fund for the Development of Science and Technology (FONDECYT), Chile (Dr. Fabián M. Jaksic, Rodrigo Medel, and Pablo Marquet, co-PIs).
1988-1989: Collaborator, project “Costs and acquisition of energy by Akodon andinus in a seasonal environment,” funded by grant 813/88 from the National Fund for the
Development of Science and Technology (FONDECYT), Chile (Dr. Francisco Bozinovic,
Mario Rosenmann, and Griselda Ruiz, co-PIs).
1988: Co-PI, project "Ecology of the insular Darwin's Fox in sympatry with a congener on the Chilean mainland," funded by grant 607/88 from the British Ecological Society, United
Kingdom (Dr. Fabián Jaksic and Jaime Jiménez, co-PIs).
1987-1990: Project Leader, project “Chilean chinchilla conservation,” funded by grant
WWF-1297 from the World Wildlife Fund International and sponsored by Chile's Forest Service (CONAF).
1987-1988: Collaborator, project “The trophic structure of vertebrate predatory assemblages: temporal dynamics of predator/prey relationships,” funded by grant DIUC 094/87 from the Research Division of the Catholic University of Chile (Drs. Fabián M. Jaksic and Eduardo
R. Fuentes, co-PIs).
1987-1988: Research Affiliate, Department of Ecology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1986: Research Assistant, project “Predation and thermal environment as selective constraints
on lizard social organization,” funded by grants INT-8515418 from U. S. National Science

Foundation and DIUC 086/86 from the Research Division of the Catholic University of Chile (Drs. Stanley F. Fox and Fabián M. Jaksic, co-PIs).
1985: Research Assistant, project “Comparative guild structure of helminth parasites and predatory vertebrates in Chile and Spain: causes, correlations, and consequences,”
funded by grant DIUC 07685 from the Research Division, Catholic University of Chile (Dr. Fabián M. Jaksic, PI).
1984: Research Assistant, project “Ecological correlates of hunting modes in diurnal and
nocturnal birds of prey,” funded by grant DIUC-20283 from the Research Division of the Catholic University of Chile (Dr. Fabián M. Jaksic, PI), and by grant INT-8308032 from the
U. S. National Science Foundation (Drs. Carl D. Marti and Fabián M. Jaksic, co-PIs). 1981: Research Assistant, project “Man-environment interaction and regenerative capabilities of
the southern Andean ecosystems,” funded by the Man and the Biosphere Program of
UNESCO (Dr. Eduardo R. Fuentes, PI).

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

11) Rozzi, R. and J.E. Jiménez. In press. Sub-Antarctic Magellanic ornithology, first decade of bird studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton.
10) Jiménez, J.E. 2012. Exploitation of wild chinchilla as a tragedy of the commons. Pp. 80-81, in D.J. Decker, S.J. Riley, and W.F. Siemer (eds.), Human dimensions of wildlife damage. 2nd ed. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
09) Sepúlveda, A., G. Gajardo, J. Jiménez, P. Alvarez, I. Acuña, J. Santos, and E. Cisternas.
2010. [Learning live science in the forest: book for elementary school teachers and students.] Imprenta América, Osorno. Pp. 1-122.
08) Jiménez, J.E. 2010. Southern Pudu Pudu puda (Molina 1782). Pp. 140-150, in J.M.
Barbanti and S. González (eds.), Neotropical Cervidology. Biology and Medicine of Latin American Deer. Funep/IUCN, Jaboticabal, Brasil.
07) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [Pudu puda, the world’s smallest deer.] Pp. 547-549, in C. Smith-
Ramírez, J. Armesto and C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, biodiversity, and ecology of the Chilean coastal forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile.
06) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [The mysterious Darwin’s fox.] Pp. 544-546, in C. Smith-Ramírez, J.
Armesto and C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, biodiversity, and ecology of the Chilean coastal forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile.
05) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [Dromiciops gliroides, living fossil and the only representative of the
Gondwanian Order Microbiotheria.] Pp. 541-543, in C. Smith-Ramírez, J. Armesto and C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, biodiversity, and ecology of the Chilean coastal forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile.
04) Jiménez, J.E. and E. McMahon. 2004. Pseudalopex fulvipes. Pg. 50-55, in Sillero-
Zubiri, C., M. Hoffmann and D.W. Macdonald (eds.), Canids: Foxes, wolves, jackals and dogs. Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.
03) Jiménez, J.E. and A.J. Novaro. 2004. Pseudalopex culpaeus. Pp. 44-49, in Sillero-
Zubiri, C., M. Hoffmann and D.W. Macdonald (eds.), Canids: Foxes, wolves, jackals and dogs. Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.
02) Novaro, A.J., M.C. Funes, and J.E. Jiménez. 2004. Patagonian foxes: selection for
introduced prey and conservation of culpeo and chilla foxes in Patagonia. Pp. 243-254, in
D.W. Mcdonald and C. Sillero-Zubiri (eds.), Biology and conservation of wild canids. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

01) Jiménez, J.E. 2002. [Chinchillas in the wild: exploitation, ecology, and conservation.] Pp.
40-41, 62-63, 121-124, 138-139, 164-165, in The chinchilla (in Japanese). R.C. Goris. Seibundo Shinkosha, Tokyo, Japan.

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

88) Sepúlveda, A. & J.E. Jiménez. Submitted. [Strengths of the tutorial model for natural science education learning: feedback from the users]. Revista de Educación en Biología (Argentina).
87) Jiménez, J.E., R. Crego, G.E. Soto, I. Román, R. Rozzi, and P.M. Vergara. 2013. Potential impact of the alien American mink (Neovison vison) on Magellanic woodpeckers
(Campephilus magallanicus) in Navarino island, southern Chile. Biological Invasions. DOI
10.1007/s10530-013-0549-1
86) Raimilla, V., H.V. Norambuena, and J.E. Jiménez. 2013. A record of reverse mounting in
the Rufous-tailed Hawk (Buteo ventralis) in southern Chile. Journal of Raptor Research
47:326-327.
85) Jiménez, J.E., A.M. Arriagada, F.E. Fontúrbel, P.A. Camus, and M.I. Ávila-Thieme. 2013.
Effects of exotic fish farms on bird communities in lake and marine ecosystems.
Naturwissenschaften 100: 779-787. DOI 10.1007/s00114-013-1076-8
84) Carneiro, A.P., J.E. Jiménez, P.M. Vergara, and T.H. White, Jr. 2013. Nest-site selection by the Slender-billed parakeet (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in a Chilean agricultural-forest mosaic. Journal of Field Ornithology 84:13-22.
83) Vergara, P.M., C.G. Pérez-Hernández, I.J. Hahn, and J.E. Jiménez. 2013. Matrix
composition and corridor function for austral thrushes in a fragmented temperate forest.
Landscape Ecology 28:121-133. DOI 10.1007/s10980-012-9821-5
82) Carneiro, A.P.B., J.E. Jiménez, T.H. White, Jr. and M. Soto-Gamboa. 2012. Distribution of
slender-billed parakeets (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in a fragmented agricultural landscape of southern Chile. Ornitología Neotropical 23:201-213.
81) Soto, G.E., P.M. Vergara, M.E. Lizama, C. Celis, R. Rozzi, Q. Duron, I.J. Hahn, and J.E.
Jiménez. 2012. Do beavers improve the habitat quality for Magellanic Woodpeckers?
Bosque 33:271-274.
80) Aisen, E.G., F. Vidal, G. Garay, J.E. Jiménez, J.A. Smith-Flueck, N. Tomas, P. Black de Decima, V. Geist, W. Flueck, and Z. Gizejewski. 2012. Reassessment of morphology and
historical distribution as factors in conservation efforts for endangered Patagonian huemul
deer Hippocamelus bisulcus (Molina 1782). Journal of Threatened Taxa 4:3302-3311.
79) Norambuena, H.V., V. Raimilla, and J.E. Jiménez. 2012. Breeding behavior of a pair of
Rufous-tailed hawks (Buteo ventralis) in southern Chile. Journal of Raptor Research
46:211-215.
78) Jiménez, J.E., C. Briceño, H. Alcaíno, P. Vásquez, S. Funk, and D. González-Acuña. 2012.
Coprologic survey of endoparasites from Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) in Chiloé, Chile. Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria 44:93-97.
77) Carneiro, A.P.B., J.E. Jiménez, and T.H. White, Jr. 2012. Post-fledging habitat selection by
the slender-billed parakeet in a fragmented agricultural landscape of southern Chile.
Condor 114:166-172.
76) Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. 2011. [Connecting the ecology of a species with the conservation of ecosystems: the case of the mouse opossum (Dromiciops gliroides).]
Chagual (Chile) 9:61-64.
75) Sepúlveda, A., J. Jiménez, G. Gajardo, P. Álvarez-Santullano, I. Acuña, J. Santos, and E. Cisternas. 2011. [Learning live science in the forest.] Revista de Pedagogía 466:4-23.

74) Sepúlveda, A., J. Jiménez, G. Gajardo, P. Álvarez-Santullano, J. Santos, I. Acuña and E. Cisternas. 2011. The forest resource: alternative for learning natural sciences. Boletín de Educación 41:9-30.
73) Jiménez, J.E. and T.H. White, Jr. 2011. Use of tree cavities for nesting by Speckled teal
(Anas flavirostris) in southern Chile: potential competition with the Slender-billed parakeet (Enicognathus leptorhynchus). Ornitología Neotropical 22:465-469.
72) Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. 2011. Environmental and ecological architects:
Guidelines for the Chilean temperate rainforest management derived from the monito del monte (Dromiciops gliroides) conservation. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 84:203- 211.
71) Smith-Flueck, J.M., J. Barrio, N. Ferreyra, A. Nuñez, N. Tomas, J. Guzman, W.T. Flueck, A. Hinojosa, F. Vidal, G. Garay, and J. Jimenez. 2011. Advances in ecology and
conservation of Hippocamelus species in South America. Animal Production Science
51:378-383.
70) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., O.A. Aleuy, M. Fuentes-Hurtado, J.A. Vianna, F. Vidal, and J.E.
Jiménez. 2011. Priorities for the conservation of the pudu (Pudu puda) in southern South America. Animal Production Science 51:375-377.
69) Sepúlveda, A., J. Jiménez, I. Acuña, E. Cisternas, P. Alvarez-Santullano, G. Gajardo, and
J. Santos. 2010. [Learning science in the forest: a pedagogical experience.] Revista Chilena de Educación Científica 9:17-36.
68) Zúñiga, A.H. and J.E. Jiménez. 2010. [Use of non-invasive techniques for ecological studies in carnivores: a quantitative analysis.] Gestión Ambiental 19:67-96.
67) Corvalán, P. and J.E. Jiménez. 2010. [Roble (Nothofagus obliqua) seed consumption by
Patagonian conures (Cyanoliseus patagonus) in the foothills of Curicó.] Boletín Chileno de Ornitología 16:17-20.
66) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., G.R. Ortega-Solís, and J.E. Jiménez. 2010. Conservation and
ecological implications of the use of space by chilla foxes and free-ranging dogs in a human-dominated landscape in southern Chile. Austral Ecology 35:765-777. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2009.02083.x
65) Smith-Ramírez, C., J.L. Celis-Diez, E. von Jenstchyk, J.E. Jiménez, and J.J. Armesto.
2010. Habitat use of remnant forest habitats by the threatened arboreal marsupial Dromiciops gliroides (Microbiotheria) in a rural landscape of southern Chile. Wildlife Research 37:249-254.
64) Carmona, M.R., J.C. Aravena, M.A. Bustamante-Sanchez, J.L. Celis-Diez, A. Charrier, I.A. Díaz, J. Díaz-Forestier, M.F. Díaz, A. Gaxiola, A.G. Gutiérrez, C. Hernández-Pellicer, S.
Ippi, R. Jaña-Prado, P. Jara-Arancio, J.E. Jiménez, D. Manuschevich, P. Necochea, M.
Nuñez-Avila, C. Papic, C. Pérez, F. Pérez, S. Reid, L. Rojas, B. Salgado, C. Smith- Ramirez, A. Troncoso, R.A. Vásquez, M.F. Willson, R. Rozzi, and J.J. Armesto. 2010. [Senda Darwin Biological Station: Long-term ecological research at the interface between science and society.] Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83:113-142.
63) Fontúrbel, F.E., E.A. Silva-Rodríguez, N.H. Cárdenas, and J.E. Jiménez. 2010. Spatial
ecology of monito del monte (Dromiciops gliroides Thomas) in a fragmented landscape of southern Chile. Mammalian Biology 75:1-9.
62) Vergara, P.M., J.E. Jiménez, and R.P. Schlatter. 2010. Effective point count duration for
estimating bird species’ richness in Chilean forests. Zoological Studies 49:381-391.
61) Olarte, K.M., J.E. Jiménez, L.F. Pacheco, and G. Gallardo. 2009. [Activity and habitat use
by a culpeo fox (Pseudalopex culpaeus) and its pup in Sajama National Park (Oruro, Bolivia).] Ecología en Bolivia 44:49-53.
60) Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. 2009. Underestimation of abundances of the monito del
monte (Dromiciops gliroides Thomas) due to a sampling artifact. Journal of Mammalogy
90:1357-1362.

59) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., M. Soto-Gamboa, G.R. Ortega-Solís, and J.E. Jiménez. 2009.
Foxes, people and hens: human dimensions of a conflict in a rural area of southern Chile.
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 82:375-386.
58) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., G.R. Ortega-Solís, and J.E. Jiménez. 2008. [Description of the bird
assemblage in an agro-ecosystem in southern Chile]. Boletín Chileno de Ornitología
14:81-92.
57) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., J.E. Jiménez, M.A. Sepúlveda-Fuentes, M.A. Sepúlveda, I.
Rodríguez-Jorquera, T. Rivas-Fuenzalida, S.A. Alvarado, and R. Figueroa. 2008. Records of the White-throated hawk (Buteo albigula) along the Chilean coastal forests. Ornitología Neotropical 19:129-135.
56) Jiménez, J.E., M.R. Conover, R.D. Dueser, and T.A. Messmer. 2007. Influence of habitat
patch characteristics on the success of upland duck nests. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 1: 244-256.
55) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., G.R. Ortega-Solis, and J.E. Jiménez. 2007. Human attitudes toward
wild felids in a human-dominates landscape of southern Chile. Cat News 46:19-21.
54) González-Acuña, D., C. Briceño, A. Cicchino, S.M. Funk, and J.E. Jiménez. 2007. First
records of Trichodectes canis (Insecta: Phthiraptera) from Darwin’s fox, Pseudalopex fulvipes (Mammalia: Carnivora: Canidae). European Journal of Wildlife Research 53:76- 79.
53) Jiménez, J.E. 2007. Ecology of a coastal population of the critically endangered Darwin’s
fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) on Chiloé Island, southern Chile. Journal of Zoology 271:63-77.
52) Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., G.R. Ortega-Solis, and J.E. Jiménez. 2006. [Wild birds: attitudes, use and myths in a rural landscape in southern Chile.] Boletín Chileno de Ornitología 12:2-
14.
51) Buschmann, H. A., V.A. Riquelme, M.C. Hernández-González, D. Varela, J.E. Jiménez,
L.A. Henríquez, P.A. Vergara, R. Guíñez, and L. Filún. 2006. A review of the impacts of salmonid farming on marine coastal ecosystems in the southeast Pacific. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63:1338-1345.
50) Conover, M.R., R.L. King, J.E. Jiménez, and T.A. Messmer. 2005. Evaluation of
supplemental feeding to reduce predation of duck nests in North Dakota. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:1330-1334.
49) Spotorno, A.E., C.A. Zuleta, J.P. Valladares, A.L. Dean, and J.E. Jiménez. 2004. Chinchilla
lanigera. Mammalian Species 758:1-9.
48) Cortés, A., E. Miranda, J.R. Rau, and J.E. Jiménez. 2003. Feeding habits of guanacos
Lama guanicoe in the high Andes of north-central Chile. Acta Theriologica 48:229-237.
47) Rau, J.R. and J.E. Jiménez. 2002. [Autumn-winter diet of the Darwin’s fox: a comparison in
two habitats of Chiloé, Chile.] Gestión Ambiental (Chile) 8:35-40.
46) Cortés, A., J.R. Rau, E. Miranda, and J.E. Jiménez. 2002. Food habits of Lagidium viscacia
and Abrocoma cinerea: syntopic rodents in high Andean environments of northern Chile.
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 75:583-593.
45) Jaksic, F.M., J.A. Iriarte, J.E. Jiménez, and D.R. Martínez. 2002. Invaders without frontiers:
cross-border invasions of exotic mammals. Biological Invasions 4:157-173.
44) Rau, J.R. and J.E. Jiménez. 2002. Diet of puma (Puma concolor, Carnivora: Felidae) in
coastal and Andean ranges of southern Chile. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 37:201-205.
43) Jaksic, F.M., J.A. Iriarte, and J.E. Jiménez. 2002. The raptors of Torres del Paine National
Park: biodiversity and conservation. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 75:449-461.
42) Cortés, A, E. Miranda, and J.E. Jiménez. 2002. Seasonal food habits of the endangered
long-tailed chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera): the effect of precipitation. Mammalian Biology
(Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde) 67:167-175.

41) Jaksic, F.M., E.F. Pavez, J.E. Jiménez, and J.C. Torres-Mura. 2001. The conservation status of raptors in the Metropolitan Region, Chile. Journal of Raptor Research 35:151- 158.
40) Erwin, R.M., B.R. Truitt, and J.E. Jimenez. 2001. Ground-nesting waterbirds and
mammalian carnivores in the Virginia barrier island region: Running out of options. Journal of Coastal Research 17:292-296.
39) Jiménez, J.E. and M.R. Conover. 2001. Ecological approaches to reduce predation on
ground-nesting gamebirds and their nests. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:62-69.
38) Figueroa, R.A, J.E. Jiménez, C.A. Bravo, and E.S. Corales. 2000. Diet of the Rufous-tailed
hawk (Buteo ventralis) during the breeding season in southern Chile. Ornitología Neotropical 11:349-352.
37) Jiménez, J.E. 2000. Effect of sample size, plot size, and counting time on assessment of
avian diversity and abundance in a Neotropical temperate rainforest. Journal of Field Ornithology 71:66-87.
36) Schupp, E.W., J.M. Gómez, J.E. Jiménez, and M. Fuentes. 1997. Dispersal of Juniperus
occidentalis (Western juniper) seeds by frugivorous mammals on Juniper Mountain, southeastern Oregon. Great Basin Naturalist 57:74-78.
35) Jiménez, J.E., J.L. Yáñez, and F.M. Jaksic. 1996. Inability of the thin-layer-chromatography
to distinguish feces from congeneric foxes by their bile acid contents. Acta Theriologica
41:211-215.
34) Jiménez, J.E., J.L. Yáñez, and F.M. Jaksic. 1996. Niche-complementarity of South
American foxes: reanalysis and test of a hypothesis. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural
69:113-123.
33) Jiménez, J.E. 1996. The extirpation and current status of wild chinchillas (Chinchilla
lanigera and C. brevicaudata). Biological Conservation 77:1-6.
32) Jaksic, F.M., P. Feinsinger, and J.E. Jiménez. 1996. Ecological redundancy and long-term
dynamics of vertebrate predators in semiarid Chile. Conservation Biology 10:252-262.
31) Jiménez, J.E. 1995. Conservation of the last wild chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera)
archipelago: a metapopulation approach. Vida Silvestre Neotropical 4:89-97.
30) Jiménez, J.E. 1995. [Natural history of the Red-backed Buzzard Buteo polyosoma: a review.] El Hornero (Argentina) 14:1-9.
29) Jiménez, J.E., J.L. Yáñez, E.L. Tabilo, and F.M. Jaksic. 1995. Body size of Chilean foxes: a
new pattern in light of new data. Acta Theriologica 40:321-326.
28) Jiménez, J.E. 1994. Overuse and endangerment of wildlife: the case of Chilean mammals.
Medio Ambiente (Chile) 12:102-110.
27) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1993. [Seasonal changes in the diet of the Austral
Pygmy-owl (Glaucidium nanum) in Chile, and its relationship to prey abundance.] El Hornero (Argentina) 13:265-271.
26) Jiménez, J.E. 1993. Notes on the diet of the Aplomado Falcon (Falco femoralis) in
northcentral Chile. Journal of Raptor Research 27:161-163.
25) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1993. Observations on the comparative behavioral ecology
of Harris' Hawk in central Chile. Journal of Raptor Research 27:143-148.
24) Jaksic, F.M., P. Feinsinger, and J.E. Jiménez. 1993. A long-term study on guild structure
among predatory vertebrates at a semi-arid Neotropical site. Oikos 67:87-96.
23) Jiménez, J.E., F.M. Jaksic, and P. Feinsinger. 1992. Spatiotemporal patterns of an irruption
and decline of small mammals in northcentral Chile. Journal of Mammalogy 73:356-364.
22) Pavez, E.F., C.A. González, and J.E. Jiménez. 1992. Diet shifts of Black-chested Eagle (Geranoaetus melanoleucus) from native rodents to European rabbits. Journal of Raptor Research 26:27-32.

21) Jaksic, F.M., J.E. Jiménez, and P. Feinsinger. 1992. Dynamics of guild structure among avian predators: competition or opportunism? Proceedings of the International Ornithological Congress (Christchurch, New Zealand) 20:1480-1488.
20) Jaksic, F.M., J.E. Jiménez, S.A. Castro, and P. Feinsinger. 1992. Numerical and functional
response of predators to a long-term decline in mammalian prey at a semi-arid Neotropical site. Oecologia 89:90-101.
19) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1991. Behavioral ecology of Red-backed Hawks in central
Chile. Wilson Bulletin 103:132-137.
18) Castro, S.A., J.E. Jiménez, and F.M. Jaksic. 1991. Diet of the racerunner Callopistes
palluma in north-central Chile. Journal of Herpetology 25:127-129.
17) Jiménez, J.E., P.A. Marquet, R.G. Medel, and F.M. Jaksic. 1990. Comparative ecology of
Darwin's fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) in mainland and island settings of southern Chile.
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 63:177-186.
16) Jiménez, J.E. and M. Lorca. 1990. [American trypanosomiasis in wild vertebrates and its
relationship with the vector Triatoma spinolai.] Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria (Chile) 22:171-183.
15) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1990. [Natural history of the Grey Eagle-buzzard
Geranoaetus melanoleucus: a review.] El Hornero (Argentina) 13:97-110.
14) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1990. Diet of Gurney's Buzzard in the Puna of northernmost
Chile. Wilson Bulletin 102:344-346.
13) Jaksic, F.M., J.E. Jiménez, R.G. Medel, and P.A. Marquet. 1990. Habitat and diet of
Darwin's Fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) on the Chilean mainland. Journal of Mammalogy
71:246-248.
12) Medel, R.G., J.E. Jiménez, J.L. Yáñez, J.J. Armesto, and F.M. Jaksic. 1990. Discovery of a
continental population of the rare Darwin's Fox, Dusicyon fulvipes (Martin, 1837) in Chile.
Biological Conservation 51:71-77.
11) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1989. Behavioral ecology of Grey Eagle-buzzards,
Geranoaetus melanoleucus, in central Chile. Condor 91:913-921.
10) Jiménez, J.E. 1989. [Use of the smoked-card technique for the effectivity testing of small
mammal baits, with emphasis on Chinchilla lanigera.] Medio Ambiente (Chile) 10:84-91.
09) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1989. Biology of the Austral Pygmy-owl. Wilson Bulletin
101:377-389.
08) Iriarte, J.A., J.E. Jiménez, L.C. Contreras, and F.M. Jaksic. 1989. Small-mammal
availability and consumption by the fox, Dusicyon culpaeus, in central Chilean scrublands.
Journal of Mammalogy 70:641-645.
07) Jiménez, J.E. and F.M. Jaksic. 1988. Ecology and behavior of southern South American
Cinereous Harriers, Circus cinereus. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 61:199-208.
06) Medel, R.G., J.E. Jiménez, S.F. Fox, and F.M. Jaksic. 1988. Experimental evidence that
high population frequencies of lizard tail autotomy indicate inefficient predation. Oikos
53:321-324.
05) Jiménez, J.E. 1987. [Relative efficiency of six trap types for live trapping of small mammals,
with emphasis on Chinchilla lanigera.] Medio Ambiente (Chile) 8:104-112.
04) Jaksic, F.M., R. Rozzi, A. Labra, and J.E. Jiménez. 1987. The hunting behavior of
Black-shouldered Kites (Elanus caeruleus leucurus) in central Chile. Condor 89:907-911.
03) Jaksic, F.M. and J.E. Jiménez. 1986. Trophic structure and food-niche relationships of
Nearctic and Neotropical raptors: an inferential approach. Proceedings of the XIX International Ornithological Congress (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) 19:2336-2347.
02) Jaksic, F.M. and J.E. Jiménez. 1986. The conservation status of raptors in Chile. Birds of
Prey Bulletin 3:95-104.

01) Jiménez, J. and R. Rageot. 1979. [Notes on the biology of the “monito del monte” (Dromiciops australis Philippi 1893).] Anales del Museo de Historia Natural de Valparaíso (Chile) 2:83-88.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS

21) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. Darwin’s fox research and conservation project. Enlace (Chile) 64:11- 14.
20) Jiménez, J.E., M.R. Conover, and T.A. Messmer. 2001. Exclusionary methods to reduce
predation on ground-nesting birds and their nests. Jack Berryman Institute and Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Publication. 12 pp. http://www.berrymaninstitute.org/PDF/Jimenez%20et%20al.%202001.PDF
19) Jiménez, J.E. 2000. Viability of the endangered Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes):
assessing ecological factors in the last mainland population and its ecology on the Island population. Progress report for the Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, Illinois, USA. 68 pp.
18) Finckh, M., J. Jiménez, D. Frank, and C. Castillo. 2000. [Assessment of the flora y fauna of
Nahuelbuta National Park. Final report for the Chile’s Forest Service (CONAF), IX Region, Temuco, Chile.] 62 pp. + 181 figs.
17) Jiménez, J.E., Raymond D. Dueser, and Oskars Keišs. 1999. Species composition and
relative abundance of mammalian predators on the Virginia barrier islands. Second Report (March 1999) for the Nature Conservancy and the Virginia Museum of Natural History. Martinsville, Virginia, USA. 7 pp.
16) Jiménez, J.E. 1998. Species composition and relative abundance of mammalian predators
on the Virginia barrier islands. Report (October 1998) for the Nature Conservancy and the Virginia Museum of Natural History. Martinsville, Virginia, USA. 24 pp.
15) Jiménez, J.E. 1995. Responses of pudus (Pudu puda Molina 1782) to human disturbances
in Neotropical temperate rainforests. Final report (January-March 1995) for the Lincoln Park Zoo Scott Neotropic Fund. 113 pp.
14) Jiménez, J.E. 1993. Predation by Foxes (Dusicyon spp.) and the last wild chinchillas in
Chile. Final report (January-December 1992) for the Lincoln Park Zoo Scott Neotropic Fund. 37 pp.
13) Jiménez, J.E., and G. Ziesler. 1990. [The Chilean Chinchilla, a glorious past, and a
threatened present.] Oasis (Italy) 6: 50-57.
12) Jiménez, J.E. 1990. Biological basis for the conservation and management of the wild
Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera), CONAF-WWF 1297. Final report (March 1987-February 1990). 220 pp.
11) Jiménez, J.E. 1990. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project,
CONAF-WWF 1297. Fourth biannual progress report (March-July 1990). 38 pp.
10) Jiménez, J.E. 1990. Second research report on the Darwin's Fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes)
project at Piruquina, Chiloé Island, (6-11 January 1990; FONDECYT 0198/88). 8 pp.
09) Jiménez, J.E., and E.L. Tabilo. 1989. [Ornithological observations at Corral de Piedra, La
Higuera, IV Región]. Boletín Ornitológico (Chile) 7:3-7.
08) Jiménez, J.E. 1989. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project,
CONAF-WWF 1297. Third biannual progress report (March-August, 1989). 81 pp.
07) Jiménez, J.E. 1989. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project,
CONAF-WWF 1297. Second annual progress report (March 1988-February 1989). 66 pp.
06) Jiménez, J.E. 1989. First research report on the Darwin's Fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) project at Piruquina, Chiloé Island, (14-19 January 1989; FONDECYT 0198/88). 6 pp.
05) Jiménez, J.E. 1988. Second research report on the Darwin's Fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) project at Nahuelbuta (27 July-1st August 1988; FONDECYT 0198/88). 22 pp.

04) Noton, C. and J. Jiménez. 1988. Workshop for the evaluation of the Chilean Chinchilla Conservation Project. National Chinchilla Reserve, July 1988. Technical report. 24 pp.
03) Jiménez, J.E. 1988. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project, CONAF-WWF 1297. Second bi-annual progress report (March-August, 1988). 43 pp.
02) Jiménez, J.E. 1988. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project,
CONAF-WWF 1297. First annual progress report (March 1987-February 1988). 69 pp.
01) Jiménez, J.E. 1987. Chilean Chinchilla (Chinchilla lanigera) Conservation Project,
CONAF-WWF 1297. First bi-annual progress report (March-August, 1987). 123 pp.

PRESENTATIONS AT CONGRESSES, MEETINGS AND SYMPOSIA

2013: Crego, R.D. & J.E. Jiménez. Assessing habitat preferences of invasive American mink (Neovison vison) using trap-cameras in Navarino Island, Chile. 98th Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota.
2013: Rijal, R., J.E. Jiménez & R. Rozzi. Spatial and temporal dynamics of bird assemblages in the sub-Antarctic forests of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile. 98th Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota.
2013: Román, I., J.E. Jiménez, P. Vergara & R. Rozzi. Magellanic Woodpecker (Campephilus magellanicus) responses when approached by humans in the context of ecotourism. 98th Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota.
2013: Román, I., J.E. Jiménez, P. Vergara & R. Rozzi. Developing sustainable ecotourism with the Magellanic Woodpecker (Campephilus magellanicus) as a charismatic species in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. 131st joint meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union and Cooper Ornithological Society. The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois.
2013: Mabe, J.A., J.H. Kennedy, J.E. Jimenez, and R. Rozzi. Introduced muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) on Navarino Island, Cape Horn, Chile: physical signs, habitat associations, and interactions with Introduced beaver (Castor canadensis). 36th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, Denton, Texas.
2013: Contador, T., Y. Medina, J. Ojeda, M. Mendez, K. Moses, P. Caballero, F. Massardo, A. Mansilla, L. Cavieres, E. Hargrove, J. Jimenez, J. Kennedy, A. Poole, and R. Rozzi. Field Environmental Philosophy: integrating ecological sciences and ethics into biocultural education and conservation. 36th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, Denton, Texas.
2012: Soto, G.E., P.M. Vergara, M.E. Lizama, C. Celis, R. Rozzi, Q. Duron, I.J. Hahn, and J.E. Jiménez. Do beavers improve the habitat quality of Magellanic woodpeckers? IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference, Concepción, Chile.
2012: Soto, G.E., P.M. Vergara, M.E. Lizama, J.E. Jiménez, C. Celis, Q. Duron, and R. Rozzi.
Habitat selection of the Magellanic woodpecker (Campephilus magellanicus) in the Omora Park (55oS), Navarino Island, Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile. UFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference, Concepción, Chile.
2012: Soto, G.E., P.M. Vergara, M.E. Lizama, J.E. Jiménez, R. Rozzi, and C. Celis. [Habitat use and home range of the Magellanic woodpecker on Navarino Island, Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile.] 10th International Conference on Wildlife Management in the Amazon and Latin America, Salta, Argentina.
2012: Zúñiga, A. and J.E. Jiménez. [Spatial and temporal ecology of sympatric carnivores in the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range, southern Chile]. 19th Annual Conference of the Chilean Ecological Society, Concepción, Chile.

2011: Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. [Connecting ecology with habitat management: the monito del monte Dromiciops gliroides as a model]. 54th Annual Conference of the Chilean Society of Biology, Puerto Varas, Chile.
2011: Reyes-Arriagada, R., J.E. Jiménez, and R. Rozzi. [Daily activity patterns of the forest bird community on Navarino Island, Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve]. 9th Neotropical Ornithological Congress, Cusco, Perú.
2011: Jiménez, J.E. and R. Rozzi. [How long do the southernmost forest birds live?]. 9th
Neotropical Ornithological Congress, Cusco, Perú.
2011: Jiménez, J.E. [Reproductive ecology of the Choroy (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in agricultural landscapes of southern Chile]. 9th Neotropical Ornithological Congress, Cusco, Perú.
2011: Norambuena, H.V., V. Raimilla, and J.E. Jiménez. [Reverse mounting in the Rufous tailed-hawk (Buteo ventralis): ¿Who mounts whom?]. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: Reyes-Arriagada, R., J.E. Jiménez, and R. Rozzi. [Daily activity patterns of the forest bird community on Navarino Island, Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve]. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: Jiménez, J.E. and R. Rozzi. [How long do the southernmost forests birds live?]. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: Jiménez, J.E. [Reproductive ecology of the choroy (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in agricultural landscapes of southern Chile]. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: San Martín, J.A. and J.E. Jiménez. [Urbanization effects on the bird assemblages in the Valdivian ecorregion]. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2010: Jiménez, J.E. The Slender-billed conure (Enicognathus leptorhynchus): research and conservation strategies. 6th Parrots International Symposium, San Diego, California, USA.
2010: Dardanelli, S., J.C. Pizarro, R. Rozzi, C.B. Anderson, J.E. Jiménez, and R. Molina. [Ten years of forest bird monitoring in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile: the banding program of OMORA Ethnobotanical Park,]. First Forestry workshop of southern Patagonia, Ushuaia, Argentina.
2010: Carnerio, A.P., J.E. Jiménez, and T.H. White. 2010. Nest-site selection by the slender- billed conure (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) at multiple spatial scales in an agricultural matrix in southern Chile. 25th International Ornithological Congress, Campos de Jordao, Sao Paulo, Brasil.
2010: Jiménez, J.E. and J. Martínez. Lack of evidence of predation by culpeo (Pseudalopex culpaeus) on huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus). 7th International Deer Biology Congress, Huilo-Huilo, Chile.
2010: Jiménez, J.E. Status of the ecology and conservation of the southern pudu (Pudu puda).
7th International Deer Biology Congress, Huilo-Huilo, Chile.
2010: Norambuena, H.V., V.A. Raimilla, and J.E. Jiménez. [Reproductive behavior of the Rufous-tailed hawk (Buteo ventralis) in the Araucanía Region, southern Chile]. 4th Binational Ecology Conference, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2009: Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., G.R. Ortega-Solís, and J.E. Jiménez. Conservation and ecological implications of habitat preferences by chilla foxes and free-ranging dogs in a human- dominated landscape in southern Chile. 6th Southeastern Conference in Ecology and Evolution, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
2009: Jiménez, J.E. [The curious and dramatic history of the Darwin’s fox,] presented at the
International Carnivore Symposium 2009 – Complexities of Conservation Biology, organized by P. Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago.

2009: Fontúrbel, F.E., E.A. Silva-Rodríguez, N.H. Cárdenas, and J.E. Jiménez. [Spatial ecology of the monito del monte in a fragmented landscape of southern Chile]. 26th annual conference of the Chilean Society of Ecology, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2009: Pacheco, L.F., L.F. Aguirre, I. Galarza, G. Gallardo, I. Moya, Á. Núñez, E. Pérez, F. Varela, and J.E. Jiménez. [Winners and losers in the conflict between mammals and people in Andean ranges of Bolivia]. 4th Mammalian Conference in Bolivia, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
2008: Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. [Conservation status of the Mouse opossum (Dromiciops gliroides Thomas) Vulnerable or a sampling artifact?]. 3rd National Conference of Conservation Biology, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2008: Fontúrbel, F.E. and J.E. Jiménez. Demystifying the rarity of the only extant Gondwanian Microbiotherid, the mouse opossum (Dromiciops gliroides). 88th American Society of Mammalogists Conference, University of South Dakota, Brookings, USA.
2008: Olarte, K., J.E. Jiménez, L.F. Pacheco, and G. Gallardo. [Activity patterns, home range and habitat use by the culpeo fox (Pseudalopex culpaeus) in Sajama National Park]. Bolivian Ecological Congress, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
2007: Ortega-Solis, G.R., J.E. Jiménez, and E.A. Silva-Rodríguez. [Wild birds: myths, believes, and practices in a locality of southern Chile]. 8th Neotropical Ornithological Congress, Maturín, Venezuela.
2007: Silva, E.A., G.R. Ortega, and J.E. Jiménez. [Habitat use and selection by forest birds in a landscape dominated by human activities in southern Chile]. 8th Neotropical Ornithological Congress, Maturín, Venezuela.
2006: Silva, E.A., J.E. Jiménez, R.P. Schlatter, and G. Ortega. The importance of carnivores in the printed media in Chile and its relevance to conservation practice. 20th Annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of San Jose, San Jose, California, USA.
2006: Silva, E.A., J.E. Jiménez, and G.R. Ortega. [Ecology of the chilla fox Pseudalopex griseus in a landscape dominated by human activities]. 15th Annual meeting of the Chilean Society of Ecology. University of La Serena, La Serena, Chile.
2006: Silva, E.A., J.E. Jiménez, J.C. Skewes, and G.R. Ortega. [Chilla foxes: poultry predators
or mice controllers? Challenges for chilla conservation in agro-ecosystems in southern Chile]. First International Conference on Ecosystem Services in the Neotropics: State of the Art and Future Challenges, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2005: Jiménez, J.E., P. Rutherford, C. Briceño, E. Leegwater, and S. Funk. The critically
endangered Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes), where and how many are left? Combining field data and GIS modeling. 19th Annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brasil.
2004: Jiménez, J.E., C.Briceño, E. Leegwater, K. Killian, P. Rutherford, and S. Funk. Assessing
conservation risk for endangered Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) on Chiloé Island, Chile: the importance of space use, resource use and social organization of foxes and domestic dogs. 29th International Congress in Zoology, Beijing International Conference Center, China.
2004: Leegwater, E., J.E. Jiménez, C. Briceño, A. Ossandón, and S.M. Funk. How to organize a volunteer program - challenges and opportunities for South American conservation programmes. 6th International Congress on Wildlife Management in the Amazon and Latin America, Iquitos, Peru.
2004: Briceño, C., S.M. Funk, I. Rodríguez, M. Soublette, A. Sisa, and J.E. Jiménez. [Role of
domestic dogs as risk factors for the critically endangered Darwin’s fox, in southern Chile]. 6th International Congress on Wildlife Management in the Amazon and Latin America, Iquitos, Peru.

2004: Funk, S.M., C. Briceño, E. Leegwater, A. Ossandón, Patricio Rutherford, and J.E. Jiménez. How to determine the distribution and density in a cryptic species? The endangered Darwin’s fox on Chiloé Island, Chile. 6th International Congress on Wildlife Management in the Amazon and Latin America, Iquitos, Peru.
2003: Jiménez, J.E. and A.M. Arriagada. [Impacts of salmon farming on bird assemblages in marine and lake ecosystems in southern Chile]. 7th Neotropical Ornithological Congress. Sponsored by the Neotropical Ornithological Society and the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union. Hotel Termas de Puyehue, Osorno, Chile.
2003: Jiménez, J.E. and M. Finckh. [How many birds are there in Nahuelbuta National Park, Chile, and how they use the different forests?]. 7th Neotropical Ornithological Congress. Sponsored by the Neotropical Ornithological Society and the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Hotel Termas de Puyehue, Osorno, Chile.
2003: Arriagada, A.M. and J.E. Jiménez. [Behavioral changes in birds associated with the presence of salmon pens in the Lake Region of Chile]. 7th Neotropical Ornithological Congress. Sponsored by the Neotropical Ornithological Society and the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Hotel Termas de Puyehue, Osorno, Chile.
2003: Arriagada, A. and J.E. Jiménez. [Seasonal impact of salmon farming on bird assemblages in the Región de Los Lagos]. 23rd Marine Sciences Conference, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2002: Arriagada, A. and J.E. Jiménez. [Bird communities associated to salmon farms in the Los Lagos Region: impacts on lacustrine and marine systems]. 22nd Marine Sciences Conference, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2001: Jiménez, J.E., M. Parada, and P. Cortés. Spatial ecology of the Culpeo fox (Pseudalopex
culpaeus) in the highland desert of northern Chile, Canid Biology and Conservation Conference, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
2001: Jiménez, J.E. and W.E. Johnson. Energy requirements and local distribution of sympatric
Chilla (Pseudalopex griseus) and Culpeo (P. culpaeus) foxes in South America, Canid Biology and Conservation Conference, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
2001: Jiménez, J.E. and J.R. Rau. Ecology of the endangered Darwin’s fox in a fragmented
forest in southern Chile, Canid Biology and Conservation Conference, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
2000: Jiménez, J.E. and J.R. Rau. Ecology of the endangered Darwin’s fox in a fragmented forest in southern Chile. 14th annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA.
2000: Jiménez, J.E. and J.R. Rau. Space use by the endangered Darwin’s fox in a fragmented forest in southern Chile. 80th annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA.
1999: Jiménez, J.E. [Predation on duck nests in highly disturbed environments: the use of predictive models.] At 6th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Universidad de Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Chile.
1999: Figueroa, R.A., J.E. Jiménez, C.A. Bravo, and E.S. Corales. [Notes on the diet of the
Rufous-tailed hawk (Buteo ventralis) during the breeding season in the Araucanía Region]. 6th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Universidad de Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Chile.
1999: Jiménez, J.E. and J.R. Rau. [Darwin’s fox diet in Chiloé: spatial and temporal variability].
2nd Carnivore Workshop sponsored by the Livestock and Agricultural Bureau, Coyhaique, Chile.
1999: Jiménez, J.E. [Resource partitioning in sympatric culpeos and chillas]. 2nd Carnivore
Workshop sponsored by the Livestock and Agricultural Bureau, Coyhaique, Chile.

1997: Jiménez, J.E., R.L. King, M.R. Conover, and T.A. Messmer. [Nest variables that affect hatching success in ground nesting ducks in the North American prairie]. 3rd Chilean Ornithological Congress, Santiago, Chile.
1997: King, R.L., J.E. Jiménez, M.R. Conover, and T.A. Messmer. Supplemental feeding of predators to improve nesting success of waterfowl in the Prairie Pothole Region. 4th annual conference of the North American Wildlife Society, Snowmass, Colorado, USA.
1997: Jiménez, J.E., R.L. King, M.R. Conover, and T.A. Messmer. What makes a duck nest successful? 115th annual meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA.
1996: Jiménez, J.E. Species richness and density estimates in a forest bird assemblage in southern Chile: Effects of three variables when using variable circular plots. Joint annual meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union and the Raptor Research Foundation, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA.
1996: Jiménez, J.E. Responses of pudus (Pudu puda, Artiodactyla: Cervidae) to human disturbances in Neotropical forests. 76th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA.
1994: Jiménez, J.E. [The effect of three variables from the point count technique in estimating abundance and richness in a forest bird community on Chiloé Island]. 2nd Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Valparaíso, Chile.
1992: Jiménez, J.E., F.M. Jaksic, and J.A. Iriarte. [The raptors of Torres del Paine National Park: their ecology, community structure, and trophic guilds]. Symposium “A Patagonia gem, the ecology and natural history of a world biosphere reserve: Torres del Paine National Park, Chile”, Santiago, Chile.
1990: Jaksic, F.M., J.E. Jiménez, and P. Feinsinger. Dynamics of guild structure among avian
predators: competition or opportunism? Symposium “The generality of community concepts in Avian Ecology”, held in conjunction with the 20th International Ornithological Congress, Christchurch, New Zealand.
1988: Jiménez, J.E. [Seasonal diet of Glaucidium nanum and its relationship with prey abundance]. 2nd National Ornithological Meeting, Chilean Ornithologists' Union, Punta de Tralca, Chile.
1988: Jaksic, F.M., J.E. Jiménez, R. Medel, and P. Marquet. [Systematic, zoogeographic, and ecological implications of the presence of Chiloe Fox in continental Chile]. 3rd symposium on Wildlife Management, Temuco, Chile.
1986: Jaksic, F.M. and J.E. Jiménez. Trophic structure and food-niche relationships of Nearctic and Neotropical raptors: an inferential approach. 29th International Ornithological Congress, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
1985: Jaksic, F.M. and J.E. Jiménez. The conservation status of raptors in Chile. Western Hemisphere meeting, World Working Group on Birds of Prey, held in conjunction with the 1985 Raptor Research Foundation symposium “Management of Birds of Prey”, Sacramento, California, USA.

INVITED LECTURES AND SEMINARS

2013: The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program. E-ship, Catholic University of Chile, Universidad del Desarrollo, and Stanford University. Cruise ship Via Australis, Cape Horn.
2013: [Long-term bird research at Omora Park]. Santiago Bueras elementary school, Puerto Natales, Chile.
2013: [Leading-edge bird research at Omora Park], at International graduate course on Biodversity and Conservation, Puerto Natales, Chile.
2013: [What do we scientists do?] Claude Gay French School, Osorno. Chile.

2013: [Diversity of southern Chilean forest birds]. Claude Gay French School, Osorno. Chile. 2012: [Research on birds at Omora Park]. Universidad de Magallanes, Puerto Williams, Chile. 2010: [Conservation of the Darwin’s fox in Nahuelbuta]. Workshop of the Initiative for the
Conservation of the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range, Curanilahue and Conama, Temuco, Chile.
2010: Conservation research on vertebrates endemic to the temperate and sub-Antarctic
ecosystems of southern South America. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. 2010: [Using the scientific method], in 1000 scientists-1000 classrooms and Explora-Conicyt
project [Learning life science in the forest]. Riachuelo school, Rio Negro, Chile.
2010: [Conflicts between Slender-billed Parakeets and agriculture, Can we solve it?]. Friends of Puyehue Lake, Ñilque, Osorno, Chile.
2010: [The role of environmental education on the conservation of regional biodiversity]. 3rd
Winter Environmental Workshop, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2009: [Conservation of Chilean carnivores]. Conservation Medicine Symposium, 200 years after Darwin, organized by Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago, Chile.
2009: [The curious and dramatic history of the Darwin’s fox]. International Symposium on
Carnivores, organized by the Center in Advanced Studies in Ecology of Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2009: [Ecology and conservation of the Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes), a critically
endangered canid]. Conference organized by the Coalition for the Conservation of the Nahuelbuta Range, Curanilahue, Chile.
2008: [How to conduct scientific research]. Technical School Adolfo Matthei, Osorno, as part of the program 1000 scientists-1000 classrooms from Explora-Conicyt, Osorno, Chile.
2008: [On the rescue of the Darwin’s fox: an atypical fox in Nahuelbuta]. Workshop on the
Nahuelbuta Biological Corridor, organized by Forest Ethics, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile.
2008: [The enigmatic Darwin’s fox, in the wrong place]. 6th Symposium on Native Flora and Fauna: “Discovering the values of Nahuelbuta”, organized by CORMA, Bio-Bio, Concepción, Chile.
2008: [Conservation of foxes in Chile: my experience with the Darwin’s fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes), a critically endangered canid]. Workshop on the Management and
Conservation of Wildlife, organized by ECOVET and Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2008: [The birds of the evergreen forest: their ecologies and how to recognize them]. Workshop
on the importance of the birds, organized by the Municipality of Maullín, Maullín, Chile. 2007: [The conservation of the Darwin’s fox]. Science School students, Universidad Austral de
Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2007: [Ecology, conservation and identification of Valdivian forest birds]. Ornitólogos del Sur, UNORCH, Universidad Arcis Patagonia, Castro, Chile.
2007: [Wildlife-society, Conflict or survivorship? Contributions of research to the conflict]. 2nd Symposium on Chilean natural heritage, organized by Master students in wild areas and
conservation of nature (MASCN), Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2006: [Ecology of the Darwin’s fox in the Island of Chiloé]. Graduate program in Ecology and Conservation, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, Bolivia.
2006: [The Master of Science with majoring in production, management, and conservation of
Natural Resources of Universidad de Los Lagos: Our 10 years’ experience]. Workshop for designing a graduate program in Biological Conservation in Bolivia, Universidad
Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia.
2006: [Monitoring terrestrial birds]. Ornitólogos del Sur, UNORCH, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

2006: [The problems of conserving small populations: theoretical considerations and two case studies in Chilean vertebrates]. Honors program students, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2006: [How is scientific research been conducted?]. Colegio Alberto Hurtado, as part of the program 1000 scientists-1000 classrooms from Explora-Conicyt, Osorno, Chile.
2006: [Birds of the Valdivian forest, their ecologies, conservation and how to identify them].
Ornitólogos del Sur, UNORCH, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2005: [What do we scientists do?]. Third national Science meeting of Chilean German high schools, La Unión, Chile.
2005: [How scientists conduct research: the Darwin’s fox case in Chiloé]. German high school, Osorno, Chile.
2005: [Research and the conservation of our natural legacy]. German high school, Temuco,
Chile.
2005: [The Darwin’s fox and its relationship with the coastal environment]. Workshop of Marine Biology students, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2004: [Efforts to conserve a species at risk of extinction]. Seminar on Leadership for the
Sustainable Development, Central American Institute of Business Administration, INCAE, Alajuela, Costa Rica.
2004: [What are we doing to conserve the Darwin’s fox?], in Biodiversity Fair, at Universidad
Arcis Patagonia, Castro, Chile.
2004: [The conservation of the Darwin’s fox]. Seminar on Carnivore Conservation, sponsored by a Darwin Initiative and the British Embassy. Faculty of Agronomy, Universidad Católica
de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2004: [The ecology of the Darwin’s fox]. Seminar of the School of Veterinary Medicine, Universidad Austral, Valdivia, Chile.
2003-2007: Chile a trembling land. Cruise ships Mare Australis and Vía Australis, Punta Arenas,
Chile.
2002: Chile, a trembling land and Biogeography of Chilean fauna and flora. Cruise ship Terra Australis, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2002: [Efforts to conserve the Darwin’s fox]. Austral Newspaper, organized by Institute of Austral Ecology, Osorno, Chile.
2002: [How much do we know about the Darwin’s fox?]. Senda Darwin Foundation, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
2001: Research in the land of the trembling earth: the local settings. Department of Marine
Sciences, University of Connecticut, Avery Point, Connecticut, USA.
1999: Nest success of dabbling ducks in a human-modified prairie: Effects of habitat variables and predator behavior at different spatial scales. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife,
Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA.
1997: Nest success of dabbling ducks in a human-modified prairie: Effects of habitat variables and predator behavior. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University,
Logan, Utah, USA.
1993: Comparative ecology of Dusicyon foxes at the Chinchilla National Reserve in northcentral Chile. School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1993: [Ecology and geography of a country at the end of the world]. Regional program in Wildlife for Mesoamerica and the Caribbean, Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica.
1992: [Community ecology of the raptors of Torres del Paine National Park]. Chilean Ornithologists' Union, Swiss High School, Santiago, Chile.
1991: The wild chinchillas: an endangered species. Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York, USA.

1991: Chile, its landscape, people, and wildlife. William's Elementary School, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1990: Chinchillas and Chile. Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1990: [The Chilean chinchilla, a renewable natural resource]. Cocou's and Choapa's (No. 90) Elementary Schools, and Santa Teresa School, Illapel, Chile.
1990: [The Conservation of the Chilean chinchilla]. 4th grade, Santa Teresa School, National
Chinchilla Reserve, Illapel, Chile.
1989: [Methodologies and results of a scientific research program]. Workshop for advisors of scientific academies, Liceo B-15, Illapel, Chile.
1989: [The Chilean chinchilla, an extremely endangered mammal]. Liceo 395, Illapel, Chile.
1989: [The methodology of science, an applied case]. Fist Regional Scientific Workshop, Municipal Government, Illapel, Chile.
1989: [Methodologies and results of the study of the wild Chinchilla]. Course for Natural Sciences' Teachers from the 4th Region, Chinchilla National Reserve, Illapel, Chile.
1988: [Biological basis for the conservation and management of the Chilean chinchilla].
University of Córdoba, Argentina.
1988: [Practical ornithology: capture techniques, measurements, and data recording]. 2nd National Ornithological Meeting, Chilean Ornithologists' Union, Punta de Tralca, Chile.
1988: [The Chilean chinchilla: its conservation status]. Provincial Government, Illapel, Chile. 1987-1988: [Sampling animal populations]. Ecology course, Catholic University of Chile,
Santiago, Chile.
1985: [The flight of birds]. International Council for Bird Preservation-Chile, Santiago. 1984: [Traveling through Magallanes and Tierra del Fuego]. La Florida's Cultural Institute,
Santiago, Chile.
1984: [The Chilean Patagonia: its geography and wildlife]. Swiss high school, Santiago, Chile. 1982: Geschützte Flächen, ein Fall: Conguillío National Park. Burschenschaft Andinia,
Santiago, Chile.
1978: [Regional biogeography]. Course for park rangers “Regional flora and fauna”, Nahuelbuta National Park, Chile.

ORGANIZED CONGRESSES, WORKSHOPS, AND SYMPOSIA

2012: Co-organizer. 10th International Congress for the Management of Wildlife in the Amazon and Latinamerica, Salta, Argentina.
2011: Organizer. Workshop “[Collaborative network in studies of the White-crested Elaenia (Elaenia albiceps)].” 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, organized by the Chile’s Ornithologist’s Union, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: Co-organizer. 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, organized by the Chilean Ornithologist’s Union, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2010: Co-organizer. Symposium “Advances in the ecology and conservation of the southern pudu (Pudu puda).” 7th International Deer Biology Congress, Huilo-Huilo, Chile.
2009: Co-organizer. Workshop “[Techniques for research in wildlife ecology].” Center for the Study and Advancement of the Development, Arequipa, Perú.
2007-2008: Organized two Telemetry workshops for graduate students, with Dr. Thomas White, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2005: Co-organizer. 8th Chilean Ornithological Congress, organized by the Chile’s Ornithologists Union, Universidad de Concepción, Chillán, Chile.
2004-2006: Co-organizer. 2nd Neotropical Raptors Conference, sponsored by the Neotropical Raptor Network and the Peregrine Fund, Iguazú, Argentina.

2000-2003: Co-scientific organizer. 7th Neotropical Ornithological Congress, sponsored by the Neotropical Ornithological Society and the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Hotel Termas de Puyehue, Chile
1988: Co-organizer. First workshop “Evaluation of the Chilean Chinchilla Conservation Project,” National Chinchilla Reserve, Illapel, Chile.

MANUSCRIPT REVIEWS FOR PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

Served as a referee of manuscripts for the following professional journals:
Anales del Instituto de la Patagonia (Chile)
Animal Production Science (Australia)
Auk (USA)
Austral Ecology (Australia)
Biological Conservation (United Kingdom)
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (United Kingdom)
Boletín Chileno de Ornitología (Chile)
Bosque (Chile)
Condor (USA)
Conservation Biology (USA)
Ecología en Bolivia (Bolivia) Ecotrópicos (Venezuela) Gestión Ambiental (Chile) El Hornero (Argentina)
Journal of Animal Ecology (UK)
Journal of Field Ornithology (USA) Journal of Mammalogy (USA) Journal of Natural History (UK) Journal of Ornithology (Germany) Journal of Raptor Research (USA) Journal of Zoology (United Kingdom) Mammalia (France)
Mammal Review (United Kingdom) Mastozoología Neotropical (Argentina) Nuestras Aves (Argentina)
Ornitología Neotropical (USA)
Oryx (United Kingdom)
Oecologia (Germany)
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural (Chile)
Vida Silvestre Neotropical (Costa Rica)
Wildlife Review (Australia)
Wilson Bulletin (USA)

PROPOSAL REVIEWS FOR FUNDING AGENCIES

Reviewed proposals for:
American Philosophical Society (USA) CONACYT (Argentina’s NSF)
COLCIENCIAS (Colombia's NSF)
Eartwatch (USA) FONDECYT (Chile’s NSF)
Lincoln Park Zoo (USA)

National Geographic Society (USA) Rufford Small Grants (United Kingdom)

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

2007-present: Member of the IUCN/SSC Huemul specialists group (http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/10054/0).
2004-present: Society of Biology of Chile.
2003-present: Ecological Society of Chile.
2001-present: American Institute of Biological Sciences, USA. 2001-2012: Member of the IUCN/SSC Canid specialists group
(http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/41586/0).
2002-2006: Waterbird Society, USA.
1998-present: Member of the IUCN/SSC Deer specialists group (http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/18848/0).
1996-2003, 2011-present: Ecological Society of America, USA. 1994-present: Neotropical Ornithological Society, USA.
1994-2010: Society for Conservation Biology, USA. 1993-present: Sigma Xi Society, USA.
1992: The Nature Conservancy, USA.
1992: National Audubon Society, USA.
1992: National Parks and Conservation Association, USA. 1991-2009: American Society of Mammalogists, USA.
1990-2009: The Wildlife Society, USA.
1988-present: American Ornithologists' Union, USA (corresponding member). 1988-2005: Association of Field Ornithologists, USA.
1988: National Committee for the Defense of the Fauna and Flora, Chile.
1987: Asociación Ornitológica del Plata, Argentina.
1986-present: Unión de Ornitólogos de Chile (UNORCH, founding member). 1986-2006: Raptor Research Foundation, USA.
1986-2006: Cooper Ornithological Society, USA. 1986-2005: Wilson Ornithological Society, USA.
1985-1990: Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, Germany. 1985-1990: Institute of Ecology, Chile.
1985-1987: Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander König, Germany.
1984-2004: International Council for Bird Preservation (ICBP)/BirdLife International, Chilean Section (founding member).

SERVICE: DIRECTORIES, EDITORIAL, AND ADVISORY COMMITTEES

2012-present: Board member in the Master of Science program for Conservation of Natural Resources in Sub-Antarctic Environments at Universidad de Magallanes. http://www.umag.cl/postgrados/magister-ciencias/?page_id=5
2011-present: Board of Directors of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program at University of North Texas. http://www.chile.unt.edu
2009-2010: Graduate fellowships screening board of the Chile’s National Commission for
Scientific and Technological Research.
2009-present: Assistant editor of Ecología en Bolivia (Bolivia). 2007-2008: Chair of the Huemul Task Force, IUCN.
2007-2008: Member of the Board of Directors of the Technological Center for the Sustainable use of the Native Forest (CTBNS).

2006-present: Member of the editorial board of the electronic journal Deer Specialist Group News, Uruguay (www.icneotropical.org/archivos DEER/news/DSG News 25.pdf).
2006-2012: Advisory Board member of the Valdivian Coastal Reserve, The Nature
Conservancy.
2005-present: Assistant editor of Gayana (Chile).
2005-2007: Director for Conservation, of the Neotropical America and Austral (ANA) section of the Society for Conservation Biology (USA).
2005-2007: Assistant editor of the Wildlife Society Bulletin (USA).
2004-2006: Board Member of the Neotropical Ornithological Society. 2004-2006: Board Member of the Neotropical Raptor Network.
2003-2008: Member of the Regional Advisory Board of CONAF for the Conservation and Development of the Wild Protected Areas of the 10th Region (Chile).
2002-2005: Member of the editorial board of the electronic journal Canid News, UK
(http://canids.org/canidnews/), from UICN/SSC, Canid Specialist Group. 2001-present: Assistant editor of the Chilean Ornithological Bulletin (Chile) 1999-present: Board Member of the NGO Save the Wild Chinchillas, Inc. USA
(http://www.wildchinchillas.org/).

CONSULTING

2008-2011: Expert. Monitoring of threatened fauna in the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range, BIOFOREST (Bosques Arauco Co.), Concepción, Chile.
2007-2008: Consulting expert for XStrata to update base line information for Río Cuervo, Río Blanco, and Lago Cóndor projects, Puerto Aysén, Chile.
2007-2008: Consulting expert. GHD and BioAmérica for base line information for the
Transmission Line of Transelec, Santiago, Chile.
2007: Naturalist guide. Fantástico Sur for Wild-Wings (UK) to search for Chilean mammals, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2006: Consulting expert. Environmental impact assessment on fauna for the Punta Colorada-
Tres Puntas transmission line project for Barrick Gold through Arcadis-Geotécnica, Santiago, Chile.
2005: Naturalist guide. Fantástico Sur for International Expeditions expedition through the Lake
Region of southern Chile, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2004: Advisor. The Peregrine Fund U.S. for the Neotropical Raptor Network, Panama City, Panama.
2004: Naturalist guide. Fantástico Sur for Wildlife Trusts expedition through the Lake Region of southern Chile, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2003-2007: Naturalist guide. Fantástico Sur for International Expeditions on the cruise ships Mare Australis and Vía Australis through the Fueguian channels of southern Chile and Argentina, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2002: Ornithological guide. Fantástico Sur for Victor Emmanuel Travel along Chile, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2002: Naturalist guide. Fantástico Sur for International Expeditions on the cruise ship Terra Australis through the Fueguian channels of southern Chile and Argentina, Punta Arenas,
Chile.
2001-2002: Scientific advisor. Project “Biological basis for the conservation of the Andean chinchilla (Chinchilla brevicaudata) in the II Region”, Chile’s Forest Service (CONAF), 2nd Region, Antofagasta, Chile.
2001: Consulting expert. Environmental assessment impact on wildlife for the Nochaco- Ensenada X Region road improvement, Ministry of Public Works, Puerto Varas, Chile.

1999-2001: Consultant and scientific advisor for BHF Billiton, La Escondida Mining Company, Antofagasta, Chile.
1999-2000: Scientific advisor. Project “[Assessment of population characteristics and conservation status of the pudu (Pudu pudu) in the 7th Region of Maule, and proposal for regional protection strategies].” Committee for the Defense of the Flora and Fauna (CODEFF), 6th Region, Talca, Chile.
1999-2000: Scientific advisor. Project “[Assessment of the flora and fauna of Nahuelbuta National Park]”. Chile’s Forest Service (CONAF), 9th Region, Temuco, Chile.
1998-1999: Consulting expert. Determining species composition and relative abundance of mammalian predators on the Virginia Barrier Islands, The Nature Conservancy and the
Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville, Virginia, USA.
1989: Field Scientific Advisor. Expedition to capture, study migration, and genetics of peregrine falcons in northern Chile, organized by Clifford Anderson, and funded by the Falcon
Research Group, Washington, WA, USA.
1988: Scientific Advisor. Video film [The Chilean Chinchilla], directed by Alejandra Cambiaso, Illapel, Chile.
1988: Consulting Assistant. Environmental Impact Assessment of Choquelimpie Mining
Development Project (Phase 2), for Shell Metals Division Corporation, Arica, Chile. 1987: Consulting Assistant. Environmental Impact Assessment of Choquelimpie Mining
Development Project (Phase 1), for Shell Metals Division Corporation, Arica, Chile.
1986: Consulting Assistant. Environmental Impact Assessment of La Coipa Mining Development Project, Sierra Morena Mining Corporation, Copiapó, Chile.
1985: Consulting Assistant. Environmental Impact Assessment of Chimberos Mining Development Project, Anglo-American Mining Corporation, Copiapó, Chile.
1985: Scientific Advisor. Newspaper's series (in six installments) of [Ecological Chile], La
Tercera de la Hora Newspaper, Santiago, Chile.
1984: Field Guide. Swiss high school's Expedition to Torres del Paine National Park, Punta Arenas, Chile.
1982-1984: Field Scientific Advisor. Television Crew in charge of [To the South of the World]
Nature Program (serial of 12 chapters), Catholic University of Chile Television Corporation, Santiago, Chile.
1981: Field Guide. Nido de Aguilas school's Expedition to Conguillío National Park, Temuco,
Chile.
1978-1980: Field Scientific Advisor and Environmental Education Field Guide. Conguillío National Park, Chile's Forest Service (CONAF), and U.S. Peace Corp volunteers, Temuco,
Chile.
1976: Scientific Advisor. Regional Fauna Permanent Exhibit at Museo Araucano Regional de la Frontera, Temuco, Chile.

THESES COMMITTEES

Graduate Theses Supervision

2013-present: Crego, Ramiro. Impacts on birds by the invasive American mink in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. Potential Dissertation. Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas.
2010-2013: Zúñiga, Alfredo. [The carnivore assemblage in the Nahuelbuta Mountain Range: is it the result of habitat types or of interspecific relationships?] M.S. thesis. Universidad de
Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

2009-2010: Bertoldi, Ana. [Spatial use of fragmented landscapes by the Slender-billed parakeet (Enicognathus leptorhynchus) in southern Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2008: Fontúrbel, Francisco. [Patterns of habitat use and selection, and responses to fragmentation by the Mouse opossum (Dromiciops gliroides Thomas) in a southern
Chilean landscape.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2007-2011: San Martín, Julio. [Effects of urbanization on the bird communities in the Valdivian Ecorregion: a gradient study.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2008-2009: Martínez, Jesús. [Trophic and spatial ecology of the Culpeo fox (Pseudalopex culpaeus) in the Lago Cochrane National Reserve, 11th Region of Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2010: Gallardo, Giovana. [Depredation of domestic livestock by Puma and Culpeo fox in Sajama Nacional Park, Bolivia.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2008: Pérez, Eddy. [Basis for the monitoring of medium-sized mammals in tropical forests associated to local tourism and hunting, Biosphere Reserve and Communal Territory of
Origin Pilón Lajas, Bolivia.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile. 2004-2008: Marín, Daniel. [Effects of birds on the invertebrates associated to the commercial
red algae Gracilaria spp. in southern Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

Undergraduate Theses Supervision

2012-present: Soto, Gerardo. [Space use by Magellanic woodpeckers in the Cape Horn Region.] Environmental Engineering, Universidad de Santiago, Chile.
2009-2012: Farías, Nestor. [Habitat use and selection by the Chilean (Cephalorhynchus
eutropia Gray, 1846) and Peale’s dolphin (Lagenorhynchus australis Peale, 1848) on the coast of the Los Lagos Region.] Marine Biologist thesis, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2009-2011: Morales, Carlos. [Relative abundance and age structure of the Chilean
Cephalorhynchus eutropia (Gray, 1846) and Peale’s dolphin Lagenorhynchus australis
(Peale, 1848), on the coast of the Los Lagos Region, Chile.] Marine Biologist thesis, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2005-2006: Silva, Eduardo. [Evaluation of conflicts between Chilla foxes (Pseudalopex griseus) and subsistence agriculture in a rural area of southern Chile: Myth or reality?] Doctor in Veterinary Medicine thesis, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2003-2005: Díaz, Verónica. [Evaluation of the human dimension through the study of attitudes and knowledge of the people of Chiloé Island, 10th Region, for future conservation and management plans of wildlife and its habitat] Biologist in Natural Resources thesis, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile.
2001-2004: Arriagada, Aldo. [Effects of salmon farming on the community structure of birds in the Lake Region, Chile.] Marine Biologist thesis, Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

Membership in Graduate Theses Committees

2012-present: Moreira, Darío. Member of his doctoral committee in Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada.
2011-present: Perry, Heather and Jeff Mabe. Member of their doctoral committee in Biological
Sciences, University of North Texas, USA.
2011-present: Pulliam, Lauren. Member of her M.S. committee in Biology, University of North Texas, USA.

2011-2012: Driver, Lucas and Stephanie Galla. Member of his M.S. committee in Biology, University of North Texas, USA.
2008-2009: Ramírez, Isaac. [Development a biological integrity index based on benthonic macroinverbrates for the Damas river watershed, 10th Region, Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2008: Uribe, Claudia. [Recovery of chemical, biochemical, and biological conditions in salmon farms in southern Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2011: San Martín, Roberto. [Depredation effects in the recruitment of Concholepas
concholepas (Gastropoda, Muricidae) in the rocky intertidal.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2009: Kusch, Alejandro. [Responses of the avifauna to semiarid scrubland of Chiliotrichum diffusum as an effect land management.] M.S. thesis, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2005-2010: Sanhueza, Rocío V. [Fragmentation effects of the native forest on non-flying mammals in the Coastal Cordillera, 9th Región.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2004-2007: Arango, Ximena. [Ethnobiology of the Magellanic woodpecker Campephilus magellanicus in Isla Navarino.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.
2003: Quijano, Silvia. [Effects of the spatial complexity and insects availability on the feeding behavior of bats in Puyehue National Park.] Small thesis. Doctoral Program in Sciences
with major in Systematics and Evolution. Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2000: Montenegro, Leyla. [Vegetation dynamics in a fragmented landscape of the central lowlands of Osorno Province, Chile.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2000: Triana, Max. [Exploitation of the Ulmo (Eucryphia cordifolia) for firewood in small forest
farms in the Huilliche community of Trufún, San Juan de La Costa, Osorno.] M.S. thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

Membership in Undergraduate Theses Committees

2009-2012: Escanilla, Valentina. [Spatio-temporal dynamics of the native vegetation in the central valley of Osorno.] Thesis Engineer in Renewable Natural Resources, Universidad de Chile, Santiago.
2009-2011: Norambuena, Heraldo. [Nocturnal raptors assemblage in the Natural Monument Cerro Ñielol, Araucanía Region, Chile.] Thesis for Licenciado in Natural Resources,
Universidad Católica de Temuco, Temuco, Chile.
2009-2010: Marín, Alba. [Landscape dynamics in the central valley of Los Lagos Region.] Research Unit, Masters Program in Wild Areas and Conservation of Nature, Universidad
de Chile, Santiago.
2008-2010: Sánchez, Patricia. [Feeding behavior of the Sea otter Lontra felina (Molina, 1782) (Carnivora-Mustelidae) along the coast of Osorno Province.] Marine Biologist seminar.
Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2008-2009: Oyarzún, María Elena. [Spatio-temporal variability associated to the frequency of sightings and activity patterns of the Sea otter Lontra felina (Molina, 1782) (Carnivora- Mustelidae) in southern Chile.] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2007-2009: Freire, Milagro. [Density: A relevant factor in settlement and motility of Petrolisthes laevigatus (Decapoda, Anomura, Porcellanidae)?] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad
de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.

2007-2009: Díaz, Verónica. [Population effects of the slope and height of the intertidal substrate in Jehlius cirratus (Darwin, 1854).] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2007: Vásquez, Cynthia. [Is the brown pelican (Pelecanus thagus) during its south migration an opportinist or a selective predator?] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos,
Osorno, Chile.
2007: Guzmán, Benjamín. [Evaluation and transference in heterologous microsatelites loci and use of mitochondrial cytochrome oxidasa I in genetic studies of Pudu puda (Artiodactyla,
Cervidae).] Licenciatura thesis in Biological Sciences. Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.
2006-2008: Olarte, Karem M. [Home range, activity, and habitat use of the Culpeo fox Pseudalopex culpaeus in Sajama Nacional Park]. Biologist thesis. Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia.
2006-2008: Cursach, Jaime. [Influence of monitoring time and the tide height on the diversity of birds in a flat tidal plain of Reloncaví Bay, 10th Region.] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006-2008: Tobar, Claudio. [Richness and abundance of migratory and resident coastal birds in wave-exposed beaches.] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2006: Córdoba, Olivia. [Comparative study of the trophic ecology of the Chungungo Lontra felina (Molina, 1782) (Carnivora: Mustelidae) in Chile.] Marine Biologist thesis. Universidad
de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2005-2007: Miranda, Edmundo. [Ecological characteristics of the European hare Lepus europaeus, in the Huata district, Puno.] Biologist thesis. Universidad de Puno, Puno, Perú.
2005: Killian, Kristina. [Impact of humans in the space use by Darwin’s foxes (Pseudalopex
fulvipes) on Chiloé, Chile.] Biologist thesis. University of Hamburg, Germany. 2005: Córdoba, Olivia. [Throphic ecology of the Chungungo, Lontra felina (Molina, 1782)
(Carnivora: Mustelidae), in southern Chile.] Marine Biologist seminar. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2004: Suazo, Cristian. [Predation by Anas georgica Gmelin upon the macroinfauna in an
intertidal flat in the Queule river estuary.] Marine Biologist thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2002: López, Boris. [Design for the repopulation, culture, and use as a scientific model of the “Picoroco,” Austomegabalanus psittacus (Mol.), through technical and experimental protocols.] Marine Biologist thesis. Universidad de Los Lagos, Osorno, Chile.
2001: Bartheld, José Luis. [Daily and seasonal activity patterns of the Chungungo Lontra felina
(Molina, 1782) in rocky environments of the Valdivian shore.] Marine Biologist thesis. Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile.

RESEARCH SUPERVISION

Post-doctoral Research Supervision

2013-present: Piñeiro, Ana. “Bird research in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve,” through the Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Chile.
2012-2013: Rijal, Rajan. “Strengthening the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program,” through University of North Texas.
2011-2012: Reyes, Ronnie. “Strengthening the UMAG’s Master of Science academic team, associated with the implementation of a long-term marine-terrestrial socio-ecological
research site in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve,” through Universidad de Magallanes, Chile.

Undergraduate Research Supervision

2013: Román, Irán. Woodpecker behavior upon encountering eco-tourists: an experimental study. University of North Texas and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Denton.
2011: Lam, Erik. Biotic homogenization: the birds in Denton. Texas Academy of Math and Science (TAMS). University of North Texas, Denton.

PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS

2012: In D.J. Decker, S.J. Riley, and W.F. Siemer’s (eds.) Book Human dimensions of wildlife management, 2nd ed. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
2011: In I.A. Sánchez´s Book De Amazonía a Patagonia, ecología de las regiones naturales de
America del Sur. Lynx Edicions.
1994: In Momentos Estelares de la Naturaleza en América: Cono Sur, Madrid, Spain. 1991: In J. Rottmann and T. Daskam's Book Chilean Patagonia, sponsored by UNISYS,
Impresora y Editora Ograma S. A., Santiago, Chile.
1990: In J. Rottmann and N. Piwonka's Book Chilean Altiplano, sponsored by UNISYS, Impresora y Editora Ograma S. A., Santiago, Chile.
1990: In J. Rottmann and N. Piwonka's Book Chile's Inland Water Realms, sponsored by
UNISYS, Impresora y Editora Ograma S. A., Santiago, Chile.
1990: In Slide-set El Sur de Chile, edited by FOTOBANCO, Santiago, Chile.
1990: In Poster Proyecto de Conservación de la Chinchilla, CONAF-WWF, Santiago, Chile. 1990: In Israel and Bianchi's 1990 Calendar, Santiago, Chile.
1989: In 1989's Calendar published by Talleres Gráficos Smirnow, Santiago, Chile.
1989: In MERCK's 1989 Calendar, Santiago, Chile. 1989: In Cemento Melón's Slide Show, Santiago, Chile. 1989: In Slide Show from Arte Final, Santiago, Chile.
1989: In the book Gabriela Mistral. Editorial Puerta Abierta, Santiago, Chile.
1988-1989: In Subway Photographic Display Las Aves Rapaces, sponsored by the Dirección de Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos, Santiago, Chile.
1988: In J. Rottmann's Book Bosques de Chile, sponsored by, UNISYS, Santiago, Chile.
1988: In ENAP's Slide Show, Santiago, Chile.
1988: In E. Fuentes and S. Prenafeta's Book Ecología del Paisaje en Chile Central, edited by the Vicerectoría Académica, Ediciones Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1987: In PROLAM's Slide Show, for Holliday Inn, Santiago, Chile.
1987: In McCann-Erickson's Slide Show, for Lan Chile Airlines, Santiago, Chile. 1987: In Mario Mutis' Slide Show, Santiago, Chile.
1987: In SIPIMEX's El Palmar de Ocoa. Chile Ahora No. 51, Santiago, Chile.
1987: In LADECO's Airline Menu Card, Santiago, Chile.
1986: In Manuel Gedda's Vicogne et Guanaco. Chile Aujourd'hui No. 38, Santiago, Chile. 1986: In J. Ramírez Morán's Slide Show, Santiago, Chile.
1986: In Dynaudi Hermanos' 1986 Calendar, Santiago, Chile.
1985: In Chile Ecológico, supplement in six installments of La Tercera de la Hora Newspaper, Santiago, Chile.
1985: In Sergio Erazo's Las Aves del Bosque Valdiviano. Chile Forestal No. 116, Santiago,
Chile.
1985: In Manuel Gedda's Nahuelbuta. Chile Ahora No. 35, Santiago, Chile.
1985: In María V. López's Y Alla en las Altas Cumbres... el Cóndor, el Ave más Grande del Mundo. Revista Naturaleza No. 15, Santiago, Chile.
1984: In CONAF's Slide Show El Bosque, Conguillío National Park, Temuco, Chile.

1984: In CONAF's Slide Show Los Escoriales, Conguillío National Park, Temuco, Chile. 1983: In Aline Staelen's A Cheval au Chili, la Longue Trotte d'Aline. Journal de Mode, Paris.
1982: In Manuel and Juan Carlos Gedda's El Parque Nacional Conguillío. Revista del Domingo,
El Mercurio Newspaper, Santiago, Chile.

ATTENDED CONGRESSES, WORKSHOPS, AND SYMPOSIA

2013: 98th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota.
2013: 36th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, Denton, Texas. 2013: 5th Latin American Conference of Environmental Philosophy and Biocultural
Conservation, Universidad de Magallanes, Puerto Natales, Chile.
2011: 96th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Austin Convention Center, Texas.
2011: 10th Chilean Ornithological Congress, Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago.
2011: 9th Neotropical Ornithological Congress and 7th Peruvian Ornithological Congress, Cusco, Perú.
2010: 6th Parrots International Symposium, San Diego, California, USA. 2010: 7th International Deer Biology Congress, Huilo-Huilo, Chile.
2010: 25th International Ornithological Congress, Campos de Jordao, Brasil.
2010: Workshop Establishing “Aves Internacionales”: The first network on bird migration research in South America, San Bento, Brasil.
2010: Western Hemisphere Bird Banding Network workshop, held at Campos de Jordao and Itatiaia National Park, Brasil.
2006: 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of San Jose, San
Jose, California, USA.
2005: 19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brasil.
2004: 19th International Congress of Zoology, Beijing International Conference Center, Beijing,
China.
2003: 7th Neotropical Ornithological Congress and 7th Chilean Ornithological Congress, sponsored by the Neotropical Ornithological Society and the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union,
Hotel Termas de Puyehue, Osorno, Chile.
2002: 1st Neotropical Raptor Conference and Harpy Eagle Symposium, organized by the Peregrine Fund, Panama City, Panama.
2002: 22nd Marine Sciences Conference, Universidad Austral, Valdivia, Chile.
2001: Canid Biology and Conservation Conference, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2001: First bi-national conference of Ecology: 20th Argentine Meeting of Ecology and 10th
Meeting of the Chilean Ecological Society, Bariloche, Argentina.
2000: 80th annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA.
2000: 14th annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, University of Montana,
Missoula, Montana, USA.
1999: 6th Chilean Ornithological Congress, sponsored by the Chilean Ornithologists’ Union, Universidad de Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Chile.
1999: 2nd Carnivore Workshop, sponsored by Livestock and Agricultural Bureau, Coyhaique,
Chile.
1997: 40th annual meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology and 4th annual meeting of the Chilean Ecological Society, Pucón, Chile.
1997: Third Chilean ornithological congress and 5th national ornithological meeting, Chilean Ornithologists' Union, Santiago, Chile.

1997: North American Wildlife Society 4th annual conference, Snowmass, Colorado, USA. 1997: American Ornithologists' Union 115th annual meeting, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA.
1996: Joint annual meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union and the Raptor Research Foundation, held at Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA.
1996: American Society of Mammalogists' 76th annual meeting, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA.
1995: Ecological Society of America 80th Annual Meeting, held in Snowbird, Utah, USA.
1994: Raptor Research Foundation annual meeting, Little America Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.
1994: North American Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Red Lion Hotel, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
1994: North American Ornithological Conference, first joint meeting of the American
Ornithologists' Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, and Wilson Ornithological Society, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA.
1994: Natural Resources Week Symposium 1994 on Ecosystem Management of Natural Resources in the Intermountain West, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA.
1993: Symposium Florida ecological and evolutionary symposium, Archbold Biological Station in Lake Placid, Florida, USA.
1992: Symposium A Patagonia gem. The ecology and natural history of a world biosphere
reserve: Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1990: First National Meeting on the Reproduction of Chilean Wildlife, Catholic University of Chile, Temuco, Chile.
1988: Second National Ornithological Meeting, Chilean Ornithologists' Union, Punta de Tralca,
Chile.
1987: Symposium Methodological advances in community and population ecology, in conjunction with the 30th Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, La Serena, Chile.
1987: Workshop Conservation status of the terrestrial vertebrate fauna in Chile, Chile´s Forest Service, Santiago, Chile.
1987: Symposium Positive interactions in ecological systems, in conjunction with the 30th Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, La Serena, Chile.
1986: 10th Latin American Congress of Zoology, Viña del Mar, Chile.
1986: International Workshop Interactions between trophic levels: toward a synthesis of North- and South-American research results, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1985: Symposium Ecological, morphological, and bioenergetic correlates of foraging mode in vertebrates, in conjunction with the 28th Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, Pucón, Chile.
1984: Symposium Guilds as study units in ecology, in conjunction with the 27th Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, Punta de Tralca, Chile.
1984: Workshop Methods of measurement and analysis in ecology, Santiago, Chile. 1983: Symposium Variability and constancy in biology, in conjunction with the 26th Annual
Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, Punta de Tralca, Chile.
1982: Workshop Biological bases for the use and management of natural renewable resources: marine resources of the southeastern Pacific, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
1981: 24nd Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society of Biology, Punta de Tralca, Chile.

EXTRA-CURRICULAR COURSES

2004: Leadership for Sustainable Development, coordinated by Dr. Enrique Ogliastri and sponsored by Fulbright and Laspau. Instituto Centroamericano de Adminstración de Empresas, INCAE, Alajuela, Costa Rica.
1991: Radiation Safety Course, University of Florida. Administrative Affairs, Environmental Health and Safety. Radiation Control and Radiological Services, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
1988: Habitat Evaluation Procedures, coordinated by Dr. Enrique H. Bucher (Center of Applied Zoology, Córdoba, Argentina), taught by Dr. Charles Solomon and Patrick Sousa (National Ecology Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado) at the University of Córdoba, Argentina.
1988: Technology and the Management of Chinchilla, taught by Dr. Eugenio Hernández and Norma Schlack, sponsored by the Instituto de Fomento de la Salud por la Nutrición y la
Alimentación, Santiago, Chile.
1986: Optimal Foraging Theory, taught by Dr. Roger N. Hughes (University College of North Wales, Bangor), at the Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.
1985: Wildlife Management, coordinated by Dr. Enrique H. Bucher (Center of Applied Zoology, Córdoba, Argentina), taught at the University of Córdoba, Argentina.
1985: Behavioral Ecology, taught by Dr. Stanley F. Fox (Oklahoma State University, Stillwater), at the Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.
1984: Ecophysiology of Vertebrates, taught by Dr. Luis Contreras at the University of Chile, Santiago.
1984: Population Dynamics, taught by Dr. James Geaghan (Louisiana State University, Baton
Rouge) at the Catholic University of Chile, Santiago.

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