José Tomás Ibarra
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When formal and market-based conservation mechanisms disrupt food sovereignty: impacts of community conservation and payments for environmental services on an indigenous …
JT Ibarra, A Barreau, CD Campo, CI Camacho, GJ Martin, ...
International Forestry Review 13 (3), 318-337, 2011
How can we teach our children if we cannot access the forest? Generational change in Mapuche knowledge of wild edible plants in Andean temperate ecosystems of Chile
A Barreau, JT Ibarra, FS Wyndham, A Rojas, RA Kozak
Journal of Ethnobiology 36 (2), 412-432, 2016
Biotic homogenization: loss of avian functional richness and habitat specialists in disturbed Andean temperate forests
JT Ibarra, K Martin
Biological Conservation 192, 418-427, 2015
Invasive American mink Mustela vison in wetlands of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, southern Chile: what are they eating?
JÉTA Ibarra, L Fasola, DW Macdonald, R Rozzi, CA Bonacic
Oryx 43 (1), 87-90, 2009
The conservation value of tree decay processes as a key driver structuring tree cavity nest webs in South American temperate rainforests
TA Altamirano, JT Ibarra, K Martin, C Bonacic
Biodiversity and conservation 26, 2453-2472, 2017
Influence of anthropogenic disturbances on stand structural complexity in Andean temperate forests: implications for managing key habitat for biodiversity
J Caviedes, JT Ibarra
PloS one 12 (1), e0169450, 2017
Hábitos de nidificación de las aves del bosque templado andino de Chile
TA Altamirano, JT Ibarra, F Hernández, I Rojas, J Laker, C Bonacic
Tomás Altamirano, 2012
El cóndor andino: una especie biocultural clave del paisaje sudamericano
JT Ibarra, A Barreau, F Massardo, R Rozzi
Boletín chileno de Ornitología 18 (1-2), 1-22, 2012
El cóndor andino: una especie biocultural clave del paisaje sudamericano
JT Ibarra, A Barreau, F Massardo, R Rozzi
Boletín chileno de Ornitología 18 (1-2), 1-22, 2012
Maintaining ecosystem resilience: functional responses of tree cavity nesters to logging in temperate forests of the Americas
JT Ibarra, M Martin, KL Cockle, K Martin
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 4467, 2017
Occurrence patterns and niche relationships of sympatric owls in South American temperate forests: a multi-scale approach
JT Ibarra, K Martin, MC Drever, G Vergara
Forest Ecology and Management 331, 281-291, 2014
Huertas familiares y comunitarias: cultivando soberanía alimentaria
JT Ibarra, J Caviedes, B Antonia, N Pessa
Ediciones UC, 2018
Factors associated with the detectability of owls in South American temperate forests: implications for nocturnal raptor monitoring
JT Ibarra, K Martin, TA Altamirano, FH Vargas, C Bonacic
The journal of wildlife management 78 (6), 1078-1086, 2014
Applied montology using critical biogeography in the Andes
FO Sarmiento, JT Ibarra, A Barreau, JC Pizarro, R Rozzi, JA González, ...
Mountains: Physical, Human-Environmental, and Sociocultural Dynamics, 179-191, 2018
Neotropical ornithology: Reckoning with historical assumptions, removing systemic barriers, and reimagining the future
L Soares, KL Cockle, E Ruelas Inzunza, JT Ibarra, CI Miño, S Zuluaga, ...
Ornithological Applications 125 (1), duac046, 2023
Biodiversity conservation requires management of feral domestic animals
C Bonacic, R Almuna, JT Ibarra
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (8), 683-686, 2019
Beyond species richness: an empirical test of top predators as surrogates for functional diversity and endemism
JT Ibarra, K Martin
Ecosphere 6 (8), 1-15, 2015
La degradación del suelo y sus efectos sobre la población
A Encina Rojas, J Ibarra
Poblacion y desarrollo 25, 5-10, 2003
Avifauna de los bosques templados de Araucaria araucana del sur de Chile
JT Ibarra, T Altamirano, N Gálvez, I Rojas, J Laker, C Bonacic
Ecología austral 20 (1), 33-45, 2010
Applying conservation social science to study the human dimensions of Neotropical bird conservation
AA Dayer, EA Silva-Rodríguez, S Albert, M Chapman, B Zukowski, ...
The Condor 122 (3), duaa021, 2020
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