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(2019). Data-Sharing en Uruguay, la visión de los colectores y usuarios de datos. Boletín de La Sociedad Zoológica Del Uruguay.

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(2019). En las fronteras de los saberes: las búsquedas de un Espacio de Formación Integral sobre sociedad-naturaleza. Integralidad Sobre Ruedas.

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(2019). Biodiversidata:An Open-Access Biodiversity Database for Uruguay. Biodiversity Data Journal.

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(2018). Fogones de Fauna: An Experience of Participatory Monitoring of Wildlife in Rural Uruguay.. Society & Animals. Special Issue: Tracking the Human-Wildlife-Conservation Nexus Across the Human-Animal Studies (HAS) Landscape.

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The continental and marine territories of Uruguay are characteriszed by a rich convergence of multiple biogeographic ecoregions of the Neotropics, making this country a peculiar biodiversity spot. However, despite the biological significance of Uruguay for the South American subcontinent, the distribution of biodiversity patterns in this country remain poorly understood given the severe gaps in available records of geographic species distributions. Currently, national biodiversity datasets are not openly available, and, thus, a dominant proportion of the primary biodiversity data produced by researchers and institutions across Uruguay remains highly dispersed and difficult to access for the wider scientific and environmental community. In this paper, we aim to fill this gap by developing the first comprehensive, open-access database of biodiversity records for Uruguay (Biodiversidata), which is the result of a large-scale collaboration involving experts working across the entire range of taxonomic diversity found in the country.
Biodiversity Data Journal, 2019

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Biodiversidata

The Uruguayan Consortium of Biodiversity Data

A Computer of One’s Own

Pioneers of the Computing Age

Landscape Genetics

Impact of environmental characteristics in the genetic structure of three species of native mammals.

Masters in Biological Sciences Project

Contributions of molecular ecology to the study of mammals in Uruguay

Participatory Monitoring

The project Fogones de Fauna is an experience in collaborative-learning, carried out by JULANA NGO in the village of Paso Centurión, Uruguay.

PhD Project

Macroecological patterns of biodiversity across the Tree of Life: Uruguay as a model region

Relationships between society and nature at the boundary

People, animals, scientific knowledge and socio-economic development in Paso Centurión, Cerro Largo, Uruguay.

Salmonella Comparative Genomics

Salmonella as foodborne pathogen: epidemiology, pathogenesis and prevention

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Academic & SciComm Presentations

Talk at the Biodiversity_Next Conference

Presentación en la 3era edición de Datos y Cogollos

SciComm Talk in the Museo de Historia Natural Carlos A. Torres de la Llosa

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