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BIOL 4054/5054 and PHIL 4054/6781: Tracing Darwin's Path

Readings - books and articles - for the students of Tracing Darwin's Path

Supplementary Textbooks

Contador and Kennedy. 2014. Underwater inhabitants of the rivers of Cape Horn.  Link directly to the book here.

Jaramillo, A. 2003. Birds of Chile. Princeton University Press, Princeton. Available in Course Reserves; ask for book at the Willis Library Services Desk, 1st floor. 

Rozzi et al.  2012. Ecotourism with a Hand-Lens at Omora Park. Photography by Adam Wilson. Ediciones Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile. Available in Course Reserves; ask for book at the Willis Library Services Desk, 1st floor. 

Supplementary Readings

 Anderson, C.B. et al. 2006. Exotic vertebrate fauna in the remote and pristine sub-Antarctic Cape Horn Archipelago, Chile. Biodiversity and Conservation 15: 3295-3313. Link directly to the article here.

Bonnet, X. et al. 2002. Taxonomic chauvinism. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 1 - 3. Link directly to the article here.

Contador, T.A., J. Kennedy, R. & Rozzi. 2012. The conservation status of southern South American aquatic insects in the literature. Biodiversity and Conservation 21: 2095-2107.  Link directly to the article here.

Contador, T.A. & J.H. Kennedy. 2016. The life histories of Meridialaris chiloensis (Demoulin) (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae) and Gigantodax rufescens (Diptera: Simuliidae) on a Magallenic sub-Antarctic island (55oS).  Aquatic Insects – An International Journal Freshwater Entomology 37: 145-158. Link directly to the article here.

Contador, T., J. Kennedy, J. Ojeda, P. Feinsinger & R. Rozzi. 2014. Ciclos de vida de insectos dulceacuícolas y cambio climático global en la ecorregión  subantártica de Magallanes: investigaciones ecológicas a largo plazo en el Parque Etnobotánico Omora, Reserva de Biosfera Cabo de Hornos (55°S). Bosque 34: 429-437. Link directly to the open access article here.

Crego, R.D., J.E. Jiménez & R. Rozzi. 2016. A synergic trio of invasive mammals? Facilitative interactions among beavers, muskrats, and mink at the southern end of the Americas. Biological Invasions 18:1923-1938. DOI 10.1007/s10530-016-1135-0.  Link directly to the article here.

Darwin, C. 1838. The Voyage of the Beagle. Reprint, London: Everyman’s Library, 1975. Link directly to the book here. Navigate to the pages you want to read and print/save them.

Jiménez, J.E. et al. 2014. Potential impact of the alien American mink (Neovison vison) on Magellanic woodpeckers (Campephilus magellanicus) in Navarino Island, southern Chile. Biological Invasions 16: 961-966. Link directly to the article here.

Jiménez, J.E. et al. 2016. First documented migration of individual White-crested Elaenias (Elaenia albiceps chilensis) in South America. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128: 413-419. Link directly to article here.

Leopold, A. 1949. A Sand County almanac and sketches here and there. Oxford University Press, New York. Link directly to the book here. Navigate to the pages you want to read and print/save them.

McEwan, C., L.A. Borrero & A. Prieto (eds.). 1997. Excerpts from Patagonia: Natural History, Prehistory and Ethnography at the Uttermost End of the Earth, Princeton University Press. Available in Course Reserves; ask at the Willis Library Services Desk, 1st floor.

Naess, A. 1973. The shallow and the deep, long-range ecology movements. Inquiry 16: 95-100. Go to the bottom of this webpage for the article.

Pyle, P., S.N. Howell, R.P. Yunick & D.F. DeSante. 1987. Identification guide to North American Passerines. Slate Creek Press, Bolinas, California. See Dr. Jimenez for the reading.

Rozzi, R. & F. Massardo. 2011. The road to biocultural ethics. Frontiers in Ecology 9: 246-247. Link directly to the article here.

Rozzi et al. 2006. Ten principles for biocultural conservation at the southern tip of the Americas: The approach of the Omora Ethnobotanical Park. Ecology & Society 11(1): 43. Link directly to the article here.

Rozzi, R. et al. 2008b. Changing lenses to assess biodiversity: patterns of species richness in sub-Antarctic plants and implications for global conservation. Frontiers in Ecology 6: 131-137. Link directly to the article here.

Rozzi et al. 2006.Integrating ecology and environmental ethics: Earth stewardship in the southern end of the Americas. BioScience 62: 226-236. Link directly to the article here.

Schüttler, E., R. Rozzi & K. Jax. 2011. Towards a societal discourse on invasive species management: A case study of public perceptions of mink and beavers in Cape Horn. Journal for Nature Conservation 19: 175-184. Link directly to the article here.

Vuilleumier, F. 1985. Forest birds of Patagonia: Ecological geography, speciation, endemism and faunal history. Ornithological Monographs 36: 255-304. Link directly to the article here.

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