ENTRE HUMANOS Y AVES (Referencias extra)

ENTRE HUMANOS Y AVES (Referencias extra)

Carla Di Fonzo y Martín Ansaldo


Aguilera, E., Moreno, J. y Ferrer, M. (1993). Blood chemistry values in three Pygoscelis penguins. Comp Biochem Physiol 105: 471-473.

Atkinson. A., Siegel, V., Pakhomov, E. y Rothery, P. (2004). Long-term decline in krill stock and increase in salps within the Southern Ocean. Nature 432: 100–103.

Barbosa, A. (2011). Efectos del cambio climático sobre pingüinos antárticos. Ecosistemas 20 (1): 33-41.

Barrera Oro, E. (2005). Las pesquerías en la Antártida. En: La Argentina y la Antártida. Cien años de presencia permanente e ininterrumpida. Capítulo: Conservación de los recursos vivos marinos antárticos (Capítulo IV). Ed.: Beltramino J. C. Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales (CARI), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Páginas 118-124.

Barrera Oro, E., Marschoff, E. y Ainley, D. (2017). Changing status of three notothenioid fish at the South Shetland Islands (1983–2016) after impacts of the 1970–80s commercial fishery. Polar Biol 40 (10): 2047-2054.

Beaulieu, M. y Costantini, D. (2014). Biomarkers of oxidative status: missing tools in conservation physiology. Conserv Physiol 2 (1). doi: 10.1093/conphys/cou014.

Beaulieu, M., Thierry, A. M., González-Acuña, D. y Polito, M. J. (2013). Integrating oxidative ecology into conservation physiology. Conserv Physiol 1 (1). doi: 10.1093/conphys/cot004.

Bricher, P. K., Lucieer, A. y Woehler, E. J. (2008) Population trends of Adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) breeding colonies: a spatial analysis of the effects of snow accumulation and human activities. Polar Biol 31:1397–1407.

Carlini, A. R., Coria, N. R., Santos, M. M., Libertelli, M. M. y Donini, G. (2007). Breeding success and population trends in Adélie penguins in areas with low and high levels of human disturbance. Polar Biol 30: 917-924.

Cohen, A. A., Mcgraw, K. J., Wiersma, P., Williams, J. B., Robinson, W. D., Robinson, T. R., Brawn, J. D. y Ricklefs, R. E. (2008). Interspecific associations between circulating antioxidant levels and life-history variation in birds. Am. Nat. 172: 178–193.

Cooke, S. J., Sack, L., Franklin, C. E., Farrell, A. P., Beardall, J., Wikelski, M. y Chown, S. L. (2013). What is conservation physiology? Perspectives on an increasingly integrated and essential science. Conservation Physiology 1: 1-23.

Costantini, D. (2008). Oxidative stress in ecology and evolution: lessons from avian studies. Ecol Lett 11: 1238–1251.

Costantini, D. (2010). Redox physiology in animal function: The struggle of living in an oxidant environment. Current Zoology 56 (6): 687-702.

Cray, C., Stremme, D. W. y Arheart, K. L. (2010), Postprandial Biochemistry Changes in Penguins (Spheniscus demersus) Including Hyperuricemia. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 41 (2): 325-326.

Dee Boersma, P. (2008). Penguins as Marine Sentinels. BioScience 58 (7): 597-607.

García Borboroglu, P. y Dee Boersma, P. (2015) Pingüinos, historia Natural y conservación. Vazquez Manzzini Editores.

Halpern, B., Walbridge, S., Selkoe, K. A. y colaboradores (2008). A global map of human impact on marine ecosystems. Science 319: 948-952.

IAATO. 2016. Statistics, 2015-2016 Number of Visitors (tourists, staff and crew) Visits per Site/ per Activity – Sorted by all Sites, Continental and Peninsula. https://iaato.org/data-access-request.

Ibáñez, A. E., Najle, R., Larsen, K., Pari, M., Figueroa, A. y Montalti, D. (2015). Haematological values of three Antarctic penguins: gentoo (Pygoscelis papua), Adélie (P. adeliae) and chinstrap (P. antarcticus), Polar Research, 34 (1), 25718. doi: 10.3402/polar.v34.25718.

Juáres, M. A., Santos, M., Mennucci, J. A., Coria, N. R. y Mariano-Jelicich, R. (2016). Diet composition and foraging habitats of Adélie and Gentoo penguins in three different stages of their annual cycle. Mar Biol 163(5): 1-10.

Libertelli, M. M., Juáres, M. A., Santos, M. M., Favero, M. y Coria, N. R. (2010). Variation in the diet of Gentoo penguin at Cierva Point and Esperanza Bay (Antarctic Peninsula) and Stranger Point (South Shetland Islands), Antarctica. SCAR XXXI, Open Science Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Lynch, M. A., Youngflesh, C., Agha, N. H., Ottinger, M. A. y Lynch, H. J. (2019). Tourism and stress hormone measures in Gentoo Penguins on the Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biol 42 (7): 1299–1306.

Mallory, M. L., Robinson, S. A., Hebert, C. E. y Forbes, M. R. (2010). Seabirds as indicators of aquatic ecosystem conditions: a case for gathering multiple proxies of seabird health. Mar Poll Bull 60: 7–12.

Patterson, D. L., Easter-Pilcher, A. L., Fraser, W. R. (2003). The effects of human activity and environmental variability on long-term changes in Adélie penguin populations at Palmer Station, Antarctica. In: Antarctic Biology in a Global Context. Huiskes AHL, Gieskes WWC, Rozema J, Schorno RML, van der Vies SM, Wolf WJ (eds). Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, páginas 301–307.

Sakas, P. S. (2002). Essentials of Avian Medicine: A Practitioner’s Guide. 2nd Edition. American Animal Hospital Association Press.

Santos, M. M., Hinke, J. T., Coria, N. R., Fusaro, B., Silvestro, A. y Juáres, M. A. (2018). Abundance estimation of Adélie penguins at the Esperanza/Hope Bay mega colony. Polar Biol 41: 2337–2342

Tratado Antártico (2005). Plan de Manejo Zona Antártica Especialmente Protegida N° 132 “Península Potter”, Isla 25 de Mayo (King George Island), Islas Shetland Del Sur.

Trathan, P. N., Garcia-Borboroglu, P., Boersma, D., Bost, C. A., Crawford, R. J., Crossin, G. T. y colaboradores (2015). Pollution, habitat loss, fishing, and climate change as critical threats to penguins. Conserv Biol 29: 31–41.

Williams, T. D. (1995). The penguins. New York: Oxford University Press.

Comments are closed.