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Gisela Stotz Canales

Investigadora postdoctoral

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Plant ecology; Evolutionary ecology; Invasion ecology

Educación

  •  Biological Sciences (Ecology), UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA. Canada
  •  Biólogo, UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION. Chile, 2011

Experiencia Académica

  •   Investigador postdoctorante Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    La Serena, Chile

    Enero 2018 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Teaching assistant

    University of Alberta

    Canada

    Enero 2016 - Enero 2016

  •   Teaching assistant

    Universidad de Concepción

    Chile

    Enero 2009 - Enero 2009

  •   Zoology Museum Assistant

    Universidad de Concepción

    Chile

    Enero 2007 - Enero 2007


 

Article (15)

Differential responses of native and exotic plant species to an invasive grass are driven by variation in biotic and abiotic factors
Disturbance by an endemic rodent in an arid shrubland is a habitat filter=> effects on plant invasion and taxonomical, functional and phylogenetic community structure.
Soil biotic quality lacks spatial structure and is positively associated with fertility in a northern grassland
Co-occurrence of host plants associated with plant quality determines performance patterns of the specialist butterfly, Battus polydamas archidamas (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae: Troidini)
Is biotic resistance to invaders dependent upon local environmental conditions or primary productivity? A meta-analysis
Response to Comment on "Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness".
Spatial pattern of invasion and the evolutionary responses of native plant species
Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness
Antarctic Ecology One Century after the Conquest of the South Pole: How Much Have We Advanced?
Patterns of phylogenetic diversity are linked to invasion impacts, not invasion resistance, in a native grassland
Local Host Adaptation and Use of a Novel Host in the Seed Beetle Megacerus eulophus
Pollination biology and floral longevity of Aristolochia chilensis in an arid ecosystem
Trends in Antarctic ecological research in Latin America shown by publications in international journals
Extremely Long-Lived Stigmas Allow Extended Cross-Pollination Opportunities in a High Andean Plant
Community-level determinants of smooth brome (Bromus inermis) growth and survival in the aspen parkland

Proyecto (5)

Determinants of the ecological and evolutionary responses to increased aridity of plants in the isolated lomas communities of northern Chile
Biological richness of Lomas communities: potential consequences of aridity on these highly diverse and endangered ecosystems
Expansion into native grasslands and consequences for biodiversity of Smooth brome (Bromus inermis) invasion across Alberta
Mechanisms for Smooth brome invasion and the possibility of an invasional meltdown
Smooth brome invasion into native grasslands=> plant-soil feedbacks and invasional meltdown

Article (4)

Not a melting pot: Plant species aggregate in their non‐native range
Biotic homogenization within and across eight widely distributed grasslands following invasion by Bromus inermis
Goat grazing reduces diversity and leads to functional, taxonomic, and phylogenetic homogenization in an arid shrubland
Maternal experience and soil origin influence interactions between resident species and a dominant invasive species
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Gisela Stotz

Investigadora postdoctoral

Departamento de Biología

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile