Research Papers

  • Gutiérrez AG, Snell RS, Bugmann H (2016) Using a dynamic forest model to predict tree species distributions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(3): 347-358 url
  • Gutiérrez AG (2016) Árboles monumentales: un patrimonio natural no reconocido en Chile. Bosque 37(2):445-449
  • Singer A, Karin Johst, Gutiérrez AG, et al. (2016) Community dynamics under environmental change: How can next generation mechanistic models improve projections of species distributions? Ecological Modelling 326, 63-74 url
  • Fischer R, Gutiérrez AG, Köhler P, Huth A et al. (2016) Lessons learned from applying a forest gap model to understand ecosystem and carbon dynamics of complex tropical forests. Ecological Modelling 326, 124-133 url
  • Sandel B, Gutiérrez AG, Reich PB, Schrodt F, Dickie J, Kattge J (2015), Estimating the missing species bias in plant trait measurements. Journal of Vegetation Science, 26: 828–838. url
  • Gutiérrez AG, Armesto JJ, Díaz MF, Huth A (2014) Increased drought impacts on temperate rainforests from southern South America: results of a process-bBased, dynamic forest model. PLoS ONE 9(7): e103226. pdf
  • Moles AT, Perkins SE, Laffan SW, Gutiérrez AG et al. (2014) Which is a better predictor of plant traits: temperature or precipitation? Journal of Vegetation Science 25: 1167–1180. url
  • Snell RS, Huth A, Bugmann H, Gutiérrez AG, Hickler T et al. (2014) Using dynamic vegetation models to simulate plant range shifts. Ecography 37: 1184–1197 url
  • Elkin C, Gutiérrez AG, Bugmann H, et al. (2013) A 2°C warmer world is not safe for ecosystem services in the European Alps. Global Change Biology 19: 1827–1840. url
  • Gutiérrez AG, & Huth A (2012) Successional stages of primary temperate rainforests of Chiloé Island, Chile. Perspectives in plant ecology, systematics and evolution. 14: 243– 256 url
  • Kattge J, Díaz S, Gutiérrez AG, Wirth C et al. (2011) TRY – a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology, 17, 2905-2935 –  Faculty of 1000 http://f1000.com/prime/13480956 - url
  • Kraiser T, Gras DE, Gutiérrez AG, González B, Gutiérrez RA (2011) A holistic view of nitrogen acquisition in plants. Journal of Experimental Botany, 62 (4), 1455-1466
  • Barbosa O, Gutiérrez AG, et al. (2010) Interactions among patch area, forest structure and water fluxes in a fog-inundated forest ecosystem in semiarid Chile. Functional Ecology, 24, 909-917.
  • Carmona MR, Aravena JC, Armesto JJ, Gutiérrez AG, et al. (2010) Estación Biológica Senda Darwin: investigación ecológica de largo plazo en la interfase ciencia-sociedad. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 83, 113-142.
  • Gutiérrez AG, Armesto JJ, Christie DA et al. (2009) Structural and environmental characterization of old-growth temperate rainforests of northern Chiloe Island, Chile: regional and global relevance. Forest Ecology and Management, 258, 376 – 388.
  • Gutiérrez AG, Aravena JC, Armesto JJ, et al. (2008) Gap-phase dynamics and coexistence of a long-lived pioneer and shade-tolerant tree species in the canopy of an old-growth coastal temperate rain forest of Chiloé Island, Chile. Journal of Biogeography, 35(9), 1674-1687.
  • Gutiérrez AG, Jones CG, Marquet PA, Armesto JJ et al. (2008). Regeneration patterns and persistence of the fog-dependent Fray Jorge forest in semiarid Chile during the past two centuries. Global Change Biology, 14, 161-176. (artículo seleccionado como tapa de la revista)
  • Rüger N, Gutiérrez AG, Kissling DW, Armesto JJ & Huth A (2007) Ecological impacts of harvesting scenarios for temperate evergreen rain forest in southern Chile – a simulation experiment. Forest Ecology and Management, 252, 52 – 66.
  • Moorman MC, Anderson CB, Gutiérrez AG, Charlin R & Rozzi R (2006). Watershed conservation and aquatic benthic macroinvertebrate diversity in the Alberto D’Agostini National Park, Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Anales del Instituto de la Patagonia, 34, 41-58.
  • del-Val E, Gutiérrez AG, Weathers KC et al. (2006) Rain forest islands in the chilean semiarid region: Fog-dependency, ecosystem persistence and tree regeneration. Ecosystems, 9, 598-608.
  • Gutiérrez AG, Armesto JJ & Aravena JC (2004). Disturbance and regeneration dynamics of a North Patagonian forest of Chiloé Island, Chile. Journal of Ecology, 92 (4): 598–608.

Book chapters

  • Lara A., Gutiérrez AG, Donoso C, et al. Sucesión y Dinámica de Bosques Templados en Chile (2014). In: Bosques Templados de Chile y Argentina. Editorial Universidad Austral, Valdivia. 323-411 pp.
  • Armesto JJ, Smith-Ramírez C, Gutiérrez AG, Rozzi R et al. (2009). Old-growth temperate rain forests of South America: Conservation, plant-animal interactions, and baseline biogeochemical processes. In: Old-growth forest functioning (eds C. Wirth, Gleixner G & Heimann M). Ecological Studies 207: 367-390 pp, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • Jaña-Prado R, Celis-Diez JL, Gutiérrez AG, Cornelius C & Armesto JJ (2007) Diversidad en bosques fragmentados de Chiloé ¿son todos los fragmentos iguales? In: Biodiversidad en ambientes fragmentados de Chile: patrones y procesos a diferentes escalas. Grez A., Simonetti J. & Bustamante, R. (Eds). Editorial Universitaria. Santiago, Chile.
  • Rüger N, Armesto JJ, Gutiérrez AG, Williams-Linera G & Huth A (2007). Process-based modelling of regeneration dynamics and sustainable use in species-rich rain forests. En: Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes. A.C. Newton (Ed.) Oxfort: Oxfort University Press (§). 244 – 275 pp.
 
 

 

 

 

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Alvaro G. Gutierrez

 

Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales y Recursos Naturales Renovables,
Universidad de Chile

bosqueciencia@gmail.com Twitter: @BosqueCiencia
 

Alvaro G. Gutierrez

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My work focuses on the dynamics and functioning of forests, with focus on documenting and anticipating the impacts of global change. I use a combination of approaches to explore how local interactions of trees with their environment, scale up to patterns of forest structure and distribution of tree species. My fieldwork has focused in temperate rainforests of southern South America.