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  • A country's response to tackling plastic pollution in aquatic ecosystems: The Chilean way 

    Urbina, M. A.; Luna Jorquera, G.; Thiel, M.; Acuña Ruz, T.; Amenábar Cristi, M. A.; Andrade, C.; Ahrendt, C.; Castillo, C.; Chevallier, A.; Cornejo D'Ottone, M.; Correa Araneda, F.; Duarte, C.; Fernández, C.; Galbán Malagón, C.; Godoy, C.; González Aravena, M.; Hinojosa Toledo, Iván Andrés; Jorquera, A.; Kiessling, T.; Lardies, M. A.; Lenzi, J.; Mattar, C.; Munizaga, M.; Olguín Campillay, N.; Pérez Venegas, D. J.; Portflitt Toro, M.; Pozo, K.; Pulgar, J.; Vargas, E. (2021-02)
    Marine plastic pollution is worse than expected, and we are starting to realize its full extent and severity. Solving the plastic pollution problem is not easy, as it requires the action and commitment of all sectors of ...
  • The glass half-empty: climate change drives lower freshwater input in the coastal system of the Chilean Northern Patagonia 

    Aguayo, Rodrigo; León Muñoz, Jorge; Vargas-Baecheler, José; Montecinos, Aldo; Garreaud, Rene; Urbina, Mauricio; Soto, Doris; Luis Iriarte, Jose (2019-07-24)
    Oceanographic conditions in coastal Chilean northern Patagonia (41–46°S) are strongly influenced by freshwater inputs. Precipitation and streamflow records have shown a marked decrease in this area during the last decades. ...