Verónica Chillo

Doctora en Ciencias Biológicas
Laboratorio de Interacciones Ecológicas
IADIZA, CONICET CCT-Mendoza

Contacto | Sitio web

Publicaciones

Periago, Maria, Verónica Chillo, & Ricardo Ojeda. 2015. Loss of mammalian species from the South American Gran Chaco: empty savanna syndrome? Mammal Review, 45, 41–53. The Mammal Society and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Chillo, Verónica & Madhur Anand. 2012. Effects of past pollution on zoochory in a recovering mixed temperate-boreal forest. Ecoscience, 19, 258–265.

Chillo, Verónica & Ricardo Ojeda. 2012. Mammal functional diversity loss under human-induced disturbances in arid lands. Journal of Arid Environments, 87, 95–102.

Lanzone, Cecilia, Verónica Chillo, Daniela Rodríguez, María Ana Dacar, & Claudia Campos. 2012. Dry season diet composition of Eligmodontia moreni (Rodentia, Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae) in a hyper-arid region of the Monte desert (Mendoza, Argentina). Multequina, 21, 25–30.

Rodríguez, Daniela, Cecilia Lanzone, Verónica Chillo, Pablo Cuello, Soledad Albanese, Agustina Ojeda, & Ricardo Ojeda. 2012. Historia natural de un roedor raro del desierto argentino, Salinomys delicatus (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae). Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 85, 13–27.

Chillo, Verónica, Madhur Anand, & Ricardo Ojeda. 2011. Assessing the use of functional diversity as a measure of ecological resilience in arid rangelands. Ecosystems, 14, 1168–1177. Springer.

Cuevas, María, Verónica Chillo, Ariadna Marchetta, & Ricardo Ojeda. 2011. Mammalia, Lagomorpha, Leporidae, Oryctolagus cuniculus Linneaus, 1758: New record and its potential dispersal corridors for northern Mendoza, Argentina. Check List, 7, 565–566.

Lanzone, Cecilia, Daniela Rodríguez, Pablo Cuello, Soledad Albanese, Agustina Ojeda, Verónica Chillo, & Darío Martí. 2011. XY1Y2 chromosome system in Salinomys delicatus (Rodentia, Cricetidae). Genetica, 139, 1143–1147.

Chillo, Verónica, Daniela Rodriguez, & Ricardo Ojeda. 2010. Niche partitioning and coexistence between two mammalian herbivores in the Dry Chaco of Argentina. Acta Oecologica, 36, 611–616.