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Provedor de dados:  OceanDocs
País:  Belgium
Título:  Aves acuáticas en el humedal urbano de Tres Puentes, Punta Arenas (53° S), Chile austral
Waterbirds in the urban wetland Tres Puentes, Punta Arenas city (53° S), austral Chile
Autores:  Cárcamo, Jaime
Kusch, Alejandro
Gómez, Humberto
Data:  2012-02-13
Ano:  2008
Palavras-chave:  Aquatic birds
Wetlands
Conservation
Waterbirds
Http://aims.fao.org/aos/agrovoc/c_36198
Resumo:  Los humedales urbanos son sitios de alta biodiversidad pero que pueden estar bajo presión antrópica si no son bien manejados. En la ciudad de Punta Arenas (53°S), el humedal de Tres Puentes posee características únicas para conformar un sitio con todos los componentes de conservación (educación, investigación, desarrollo sostenible). Se reporta su composición y abundancia en especies de aves acuáticas durante 6 temporadas estivales. Se registraron 31 especies lo que corresponde al 50 % de las aves acuáticas continentales de la región de Magallanes. Se discute la variabilidad interanual y los posibles impactos producidos por el hombre.

Urban wetlands are sites with high biodiversity but with anthropic pressure if not well manage. In Punta Arenas city (53°S), Tres Puentes is a unique wetland to create a site with all conservation components (education, research, sustainable development). We report Waterfowl species composition and abundance during 6 breeding season is reported. There were 31 species, corresponding 50% of continental waterfowl of Magallanes region. Interannual variability in species richness, abundance and possible anthropic impacts are discussed.
Tipo:  Journal Contribution
Idioma:  Espanhol
Identificador:  Anales del Instituto de la Patagonia, 36 (2), p. 45-51.

0718-686X

http://hdl.handle.net/1834/4175
Editor:  UMAG, Punta Arenas (Chile)
Relação:  http://www.scielo.cl/pdf/ainpat/v36n2/art05.pdf
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10.4067/S0718-686X2008000200005
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