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Nest building and description of parental care behavior in a temperate reef fish, Chromis crusma (Pisces: Pomacentridae)

Navarrete-Fernández, T, Landaeta M, Bustos C. & Pérez-Matus, A. “Nest building and description of parental care behaviour in a temperate reef fish, Chromis crusma (Pisces: Pomacentridae)”. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 87: 30. (Corresponding Author)   Ver publicación


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Understory algae associations and predation risk influence broad-scale kelp habitat use in a temperate reef fish

Pérez-Matus, A.; Sánchez, F; Gonzalez-But, JC; Lamb, R. “Understory algae associations and predation risk influence broad-scale kelp habitat use in a temperate reef fish”. Marine Ecology Progress Series  559:147-158 doi: 10.3354/meps11892. (Corresponding Author) Ver publicación


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The herbivorous fish, Aplodactylus punctatus, as a potential facilitator of dispersal of kelp, Lessonia trabeculata, in Chile

Ruz, C; Muth, A, Tala, F; Perez-Matus. Kelp zoospores survive passage through a temperate herbivorous fish’s gut.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 500:112-1119 Ver publicación


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Diet reveals links between morphology and foraging in a cryptic temperate reef fish

Winkler, N; Goicoechea, MP; Lamb, RW; Pérez-Matus, A. “Diet reveals links between morphology and foraging in a cryptic temperate reef fish” Ecology and Evolution 7(24): 11124–11134   Ver publicación


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Seasonal variation in epifaunal communities associated with giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) at an upwelling-dominated site

Winkler, N; Pérez-Matus, A.; Villena, A.; Thiel, M. “Seasonal variation in epifaunal communities associated with giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) at an upwelling–dominated site”. Austral Ecology  42: 132–144 (co-autor)   Ver publicación


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Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century

Krumhansl, K.; Okamoto, D.; Rassweiler, A.; Novak, M; Bolton, J.J.; Cavanaugh; K.; Connell, S.D.; Johnson, C.R.; Konar, B.; Ling, S.D; Micheli, F.; Norderhaug, K.; Pérez-Matus, A.; Sousa-Pinto, I.; Reed, D.C.; Salomon, A. K.; Shears, N.T.;  Wernberg, T.; Anderson, R.J.; Barrett, N.S.; Buschmann, A.; Carr, M.H.; Caselle, J.E.; Derrien-Courtel, C.; Edgar, G.J.; Edwards, M.; Estes. J.A.; […]


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Spatial and short-term variability of larval, post- larval and macrobenthic assemblages associated with subtidal kelp forest ecosystems in Central Chile

Carrasco, S.; Vandecasteele, L.; Fernández, M.; Rivadeneira, M.; Pérez-Matus, A  “Spatial and short-term variability of larval, post-larval and macrobenthic assemblages associated with subtidal kelp forest ecosystems in Central Chile” Marine Biology Research doi.org/10.1080/17451000.2017.1322704.   Ver publicación


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Temperate rocky subtidal reef community reveals human impacts across the entire food web

Pérez-Matus, A.; Ospina-Alvarez, A.; Camus, P.A.; Carrasco, S.; Fernández, M.; Gelcich, S.; Godoy, N.; Ojeda, F.P.; Pardo, L.M.; Rozbascylo, N.; Subida, M.D.; Thiel, M.; Wieters, E.; Navarrete, S.A. “Temperate rocky subtidal reef community reveals human impacts across the entire food web” Marine Ecology Progress 567: 1-16 (Corresponding Author – Feature Article)   Ver publicación


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Exploring the effects of fishing pressure and upwelling intensity over subtidal kelp forest communities in Central Chile

Pérez-Matus, A.; Carrasco, S.; Fernández, M.; Gelcich, S. Wieters, E. “Exploring the effects of fishing pressure and upwelling intensity over subtidal kelp forest communities in Central Chile” Ecosphere 10.1002/ecs2.1808 (Corresponding Author).   Ver publicación


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Inshore spawning grounds of the squid Doryteuthis gahi suggest the consistent use of defoliated kelp Lessonia trabeculata in Central Chilean waters

Carrasco, S. A. & Pérez-Matus, A. “Inshore spawning grounds of the squid Doryteuthis gahi suggest the consistent use of defoliated kelp Lessonia trabeculata in Central Chilean waters”. Marine Biology Research 12: 323-328 doi:10.1080/17451000.2015.1136064 (co-autor).   Ver publicación