The Ecology and Natural History of Chilean Saltmarshes

  • José Miguel Fariña
  • Andrés Camaño

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. Pablo A. Marquet, Sebastián Abades, Iván Barría
    Pages 1-14
  3. Rodrigo Cienfuegos, José Rafael Campino, Jorge Gironás, Rafael Almar, Mauricio Villagrán
    Pages 15-46
  4. Cristián F. Estades, M. Angélica Vukasovic, Juan Aguirre
    Pages 47-70
  5. Ramírez G. Carlos, Álvarez F. Miguel
    Pages 71-103
  6. Walter Sielfeld, Ronny Peredo, Rosa Fuentes, Vinko Malinarich, Flavio Olivares
    Pages 105-167
  7. José Miguel Fariña, Mark D. Bertness, Brian Silliman, Nuria Aragoneses, Eugenia Gayo
    Pages 169-193
  8. Patricio Torres-Ramírez, Jose Ortiz, Sergio Figueroa, Rodolfo Jerez, Dagoberto Arcos
    Pages 221-264
  9. Pablo González, José Ortiz, Rodolfo Jerez, Marcelo Pavez, Dagoberto Arcos
    Pages 265-292
  10. Claudio Valdovinos, Natalia Sandoval, Daniela Vasquez, Viviana Olmos
    Pages 293-327
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 329-332

About this book


This book consolidates the information, results, experience and perspectives of different research groups working on Chilean Saltmarshes. Some aspects of these ecosystems such as their bio-geographical connectivity, flora and faunal components, the interaction between ecosystem components and especially the response of this kind of ecosystems to human and natural perturbations defines the Chilean Saltmarshes as an attractive systems for future studies, focused into test the theoretical and experimental aspects of saltmarshes and general ecology.


Saltmarshes Latitudinal variations Biogeographical connectivity Ecological idiosyncrasy Pacific Coast

Editors and affiliations

  • José Miguel Fariña
    • 1
  • Andrés Camaño
    • 2
  1. 1.Center of Applied Ecology and Sustainability-CAPESPontificia Universidad Católica de ChileSantiagoChile
  2. 2.Camaño, Andres (editor) Golder AssociateERMSantiagoChile

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