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Dr. César Cárdenas

  • Marine Biology, Austral University of Chile, Chile, 2003

  • Master of Management and Conservation, University of Magallanes, Chile, 2009

  • PhD in Marine Biology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 2015

  • Chilean Antarctic Institute (Inach)
  • Biology and ecology of marine benthic organisms
  • Sea sponges
  • Effect of environmental variation on marine organisms
  • Conservation of living Antarctic marine resources
  • Marine Protected Areas, CCAMLR Coordinator WG-EMM
  • Happel L; Rondon R; Font A; González-Aravena M; & Cárdenas CA. 2022. Stability of the microbiome of the sponge Mycale (Oxymycale) acerata in the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Frontiers in Microbiology Front. Microbiol. 13:827863. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.827863
  • Santa Cruz F; Krüger L; Cárdenas CA. 2022. Spatial and temporal concentrations for Antarctic krill: implications for fishing performance and precautionary management in the Southern Ocean. Ocean and Coastal Management 23, 106146,
  • Krüger L; Huerta M; Santa Cruz F; & Cárdenas CA. 2021. Antarctic krill fishery effects over penguin populations under adverse climate conditions: implications for the management of fishing practices. AMBIO 50: 560-571 DOI: 10.1007/s13280-020-01386-w
  • Rovelli L; Attard KM; Cárdenas CA; Glud RN. 2019. Benthic primary production and respiration of shallow rocky habitats: a case of study from South Bay (Doumer Island, Western Antarctic Peninsula). Polar Biology 42: 1445-1458.
  • Cárdenas CA; González-Aravena M; Santibañez; PA. 2018. The importance of local settings: within-year variability in seawater temperature at South Bay, Western Antarctic Peninsula. PeerJ 6:e4289; DOI 10.7717/peerj.4289

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