Patterns of recruitment of marine invertebrates across a mosaic of human impact in central Chile

Master Thesis subject (30 ECTS)
Work involves processing samples of artificial larval collectors, and compare patterns between áreas open to exploitation, áreas under regulated co-management (in Chile are called management áreas), and no-take áreas in central Chile. This analysis is expected to yield information on áreas that can maintain higher exploitation rates, if recruitment is high, and also assess if management áreas are selected in specific, productive sites.
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Miriam Fernández
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Maria Dulce Subida (
Reference Number: RP-39781