Agronomy and Forestry Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University
Francisco Meza is an associate professor in the department of Agronomy and Forestry Engineering at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. His research interests are Climate change on agriculture , global change , applied climatology , impacts and adaptation of variability , and water resources. He gained his Ph.D. Ciencias Atmosféricas, Cornell University, Magíster en Ciencias de la Ingeniería Mención Hidráulica y Ambiental, Ingeniero Agrónomo. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Climate change on agriculture , global change , applied climatology , impacts and adaptation of variability , and water resources.
Raab, N., Meza, F., Franck, N., Bambach, N. 2015. Empirical stomatal conductance models reveal that the isohydric behavior of an Acacia caven Mediterranean Savannah scales from leaf to ecosystem. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 213:203-216.
Roco, L., Poblete, D., Meza, F., Kerrigan, G. 2016. Farmers' Options to Address Water Scarcity in a Changing Climate: Case Studies from two Basins in Mediterranean Chile. Environmental Management 58(6):958-971.
Glade, F.E., Miranda, M.D., Meza, F.J., van Leeuwen, W.J. 2016. Productivity and phenological responses of natural vegetation to present and future inter-annual climate variability across semi-arid river basins in Chile. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188(12):676.