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Pamela Andrea Fernandez Subiabre

Postdoc researcher

Centro i-mar, Universidad de Los Lagos

Puerto Montt, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


macroalgae; climate change; eco-fisiologia, ocean acidification

Educación

  •  PhD, UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO . Nueva Zelanda, 2016
  •  Biologia Marina, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS LAGOS. Chile, 2007

Experiencia Académica

  •   Postdoc Full Time

    Universidad de Los Lagos

    Puerto Montt, Chile

    2017 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Research associate

    Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

    Australia

    2015 - 2016

  •   Lab demonstrator of marine botany

    University of Otago

    Nueva Zelanda

    2013 - 2013

  •   Lab demonstrator of marine courses: ECOL 111 and BTY 225

    University of Otago

    Nueva Zelanda

    2012 - 2012

  •   Lab demonstrator of BTY 225

    University of Otago

    Nueva Zelanda

    2011 - 2011

  •   Research assistant, FONDEF MR07-1007F

    IMAR

    Chile

    2008 - 2010

  •   Research assistant, FONDECYT 1080548 ?Expansion of Alexandrium catenella ..

    IMAR

    Chile

    2008 - 2010

  •   Research assistant, FONDECYT 1070706 ?Detecting and Quantifying dinophysistoxins

    IMAR

    Chile

    2007 - 2008

  •   Postdoc Full Time

    i-mar, Universidad de Los Lagos

    Puerto Montt, Chile

    2017 - A la fecha

Premios y Distinciones

  •   The best student poster presentation. 8th workshop ocean acidification

    Ocean Acidification Research (OAR)

    Nueva Zelanda, 2015

    The best student poster presentation. 8th workshop ocean acidification

  •   The second best student oral presentation

    Australasian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany (ASPAB)

    Australia, 2014

    The second best student oral presentation

  •   The second best student presentation

    International Seaweed Symposium

    Indonesia, 2013

    The second best student presentation at the XXI International Seaweed Symposium

  •   Springer award

    Springer

    Chile, 2013

    The best student presentation at the XXI International Seaweed Symposium


 

Article (20)

Effect of environmental history on the habitat-forming kelp Macrocystis pyrifera responses to ocean acidification and warming: a physiological and molecular approach
Reproductive phenology and morphology of Macrocystis pyrifera (Laminariales, Orchrophyta) from southern New Zealand in relation to wave exposure
Growth performance of Alexandrium catenella from the Chilean fjords under different environmental drivers: plasticity as a response to a highly variable environment
Nitrogen sufficiency enhances thermal tolerance in habitat-forming kelp: implications for acclimation under thermal stress
Stress due to low nitrate availability reduces the biochemical acclimation potential of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera to high temperature
Chemical microenvironments within macroalgal assemblages: Implications for the inhibition of kelp recruitment by turf algae
Co-culture in marine farms: macroalgae can act as chemical refuge for shell-forming molluscs under an ocean acidification scenario
Carbonic anhydrase activity in seaweeds: overview and recommendations for measuring activity with an electrometric method, using Macrocystis pyrifera as a model species
Copper pollution exacerbates the effects of ocean acidification and warming on kelp microscopic early life stages
Photosynthesis and nitrogen uptake of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera (Ochrophyta) grown close to salmon farms
Growth, ammonium metabolism, and photosynthetic properties of Ulva australis (Chlorophyta) under decreasing pH and ammonium enrichment
Meiospore development of the kelps Macrocystis pyrifera and Undaria pinnatifida under ocean acidification and ocean warming: independent effects are more important than their interaction
OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND KELP DEVELOPMENT: REDUCED PH HAS NO NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON MEIOSPORE GERMINATION AND GAMETOPHYTE DEVELOPMENT OF MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA AND UNDARIA PINNATIFIDA
Tissue nitrogen status does not alter the physiological responses of Macrocystis pyrifera to ocean acidification
Effect of nitrogen source on nutrient uptake and pH changes within the diffusion boundary layer (DBL) of Macrocystis blades
Effects of ocean acidification on the photosynthetic performance, carbonic anhydrase activity and growth of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera.
Saturating light and not increased carbon dioxide under ocean acidification drives photosynthesis and growth in Ulva rigida (Chlorophyta)
Bicarbonate uptake via an anion exchange protein is the main mechanism of inorganic carbon acquisition by the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) under variable pH.
Seasonal variability of Dinophysis spp. and Protoceratium reticulatum associated to lipophilic shellfish toxins in a strongly stratified Chilean fjord
Distribution, abundance and diversity of modern dinoflagellate cyst assemblages from southern Chile (43-54 degrees S)

Proyecto (10)

Local adaptation across multiple life stages and populations: implications for kelps resilience to ongoing climate change
TROY: Tracking key eukaryote pathobiome members in AntaRctic coastal communities, with emphasis on OomYcete parasites
Impacts of ocean acidification and warming on the Carbon Concentrating Mechanisms (CCMs) of Antarctic seaweeds: a phenotypic and genetic approach
Underwater Forests of the Kelp Macrocystis pyrifera under an scenario of Climate Change
Global climate change and Macrocystis pyrifera: does environmental history affect the ability to acclimate to future oceanic conditions?.
The effects of ocean acidification on photosynthesis, growth, and carbon and nitrogen metabolism of Macrocystis pyrifera.
Expansion of Alexandrium catenella in southern region of Chile=> invasion or late recognition of its real distribution
“Development of management tools for harvests of natural benthic resources contaminated by marine biotoxins
Detecting and Quantifying dinophysistoxins-3, a new toxin component of Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP) in shellfish of southern Chile, related to mass poisoning associated with the consumption of cooked shellfish and Syndrome
Integrated Aquaculture Systems=> Optimizing Dissolved N-Uptake for Environmental Bioremediation Purposes
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Pamela Fernandez

Postdoc researcher

Centro i-mar, Universidad de Los Lagos

Puerto Montt, Chile

4
Pablo Leal

Investigador

Repoblacion y Cultivo

Instituto de Fomento Pesquero

Puerto Montt, Chile

3
Daniel Varela

Investigador

Universidad de Los Lagos

Puerto Montt, Chile

2
Catharina Alves de Souza

Research Professor

Centro de Ciencias Marinas

University of North Carolina Wilmington

Wilmington, Estados Unidos

1
Alejandro Buschmann

FULL PROFESSOR

UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS LAGOS

PUERTO MONTT, Chile

1
Jorge Navarro

Profesor Titular

UNIVERSIDAD AUSTRAL DE CHILE

Valdivia, Chile

1
Ralf Rautenberger

Laboratorio de Ecosistemas de Macroalgas Antárticas y Subanárticas (LEMAS)

Punta Arenas, Chile

1
Nestor Lagos

Full Professor

Fisiología y Biofísica

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE - FACULTAD DE MEDICINA

SANTIAGO, Chile

1
Felix Lopez

Catedrático de Universidad

Departamento de Ecología y Geología

Universidad de Málaga

Málaga, España