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Dr. Humberto González

Dr. Humberto González

Doctor en Oceanografía

Director Científico Alterno

Email: hgonzale@uach.cl
Teléfono: +56 (63) 221559
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Director Científico Alterno del Centro de Investigación en Ecosistemas de la Patagonia (CIEP). Doctor en Oceanografía de Universidad de Bremen, Alemania. Biólogo Marino. Universidad de Concepción, Chile. Actualmente es profesor titular de la Universidad Austral de Chile. Los principales aspectos cubiertos por su investigación son los flujos de carbono a través de tramas tróficas pelágicas, sedimentos, océano profundo y cambio climático global.

# Periodo Nombre del Proyecto Acción
1 2008-2009 Estudio del flujo de carbono hacia la trama trófica pelágica y acoplamiento pelágico-bentónico en el fiordo Aysén, sur de Chile
# Año Nombre de la Investigación Acción
1 2011 2011. Seasonal plankton variability in Chilean Patagonia Fjords: carbon flow through the pelagic food web of the Aysen Fjord and plankton dynamics in the Moraleda Channel basin. Continental Shelf Research.
2 2011 2011. Seasonal variability of primary production in a fjord ecosystem of the Chilean Patagonia: implications for the transfer of carbon within pelagic food webs. Continental Shelf Research.
3 2011 2011. Wind forcing and short-term variability of phytoplankton and heterotrophic bacterioplankton in the coastal zone of the Concepción upwelling system (Central Chile). Progress in Oceanography.
4 2011 2011. Importance of Mixotrophic nanoplankton in the fjord region of southern Chile. Continental Shelf Research.
5 2011 2011. Air‐sea CO2 fluxes along the coast of Chile: From CO2 outgassing in central northern upwelling waters to CO2 uptake in southern Patagonian fjords. Journal of Geophysical Research.
6 2010 2010. Primary production and plankton dynamics in the Reloncaví Fjord and the Interior Sea of Chiloé, Northern Patagonia, Chile. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
7 2009 2009. Carbon fluxes within the epipelagic zone of the Humboldt Current System off Chile: The significance of euphausiids and diatoms as key functional groups for the biological pump. Progress in Oceanography.
8 2008 2008. Aerobic and anaerobic enzymatic activities of CALYPTOGENA GALLARDOI (VESICOMYIDAE): a clam associated with methane cold seeps of Chile. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom,
9 2008 2008. Seasonal changes in particulate biogenic and lithogenic silica in the upwelling system off Concepción (36ºS), Chile, and their relationship to fluctuations in marine productivity and continental input. Continental Shelf Research.
10 2007 2007. Bacterial growth response to copepod grazing in aquatic ecosystems. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K.
11 2007 2007. Productivity cycles in the coastal upwelling area off Concepción: the importance of diatoms and bacterioplankton in the organic carbon flux. Progress in Oceanography.
12 2007 2007. The relative importance of microbial and classical food webs in a highly productive coastal upwelling area. Limnol. Oceanogr.