Francisco Fonturbel

Associate professor (Ecology)

Valparaíso, Chile

My research interests are related to the effects of anthropogenic habitat disturbance (fragmentation, degradation, and transformation) over native species and plant-animal interactions, focused on its ecological and evolutionary consequences. My current research line intends to determine habitat degradation (e.g., selective logging) and transformation (e.g., exotic-tree plantations) effects as anthropogenic selection forces, acting on pollination, frugivory and seed dispersal interactions.

Publications

  • http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8585-2816

Co-workers & collaborators

Gabriel J. Castaño-Villa

Rodrigo Medel

Daniela Salazar

Mauricio Bohada-Murillo

Gloria B. Rodríguez-Gómez

Caren Vega-Retter

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