Paulo Corti González
Universidad de Chile
Paulo Corti González completed his academic degree in Veterinary science,from Universidad Austral de Chile, 1996. M.Sc. in Biology of Wildlife, University of British Columbia, 2000. PhD in Animal Ecology, Université de Sherbrooke, 2008.
His research interest is on Research on wildlife, with emphasis on extinction processes and endangered species, using behavioral, demographic and molecular tools to establish conservation and management strategies and Understanding how population dynamics and persistence of animal populations is influenced by individual differences and environmental factors that limit their growth.
Sandvig EM, Espinaze M, Marín‐Vial P, Corti P. Assessing productive lands as viable habitat for huemul in patagonia. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2016 Apr 1;80(3):573-8.
Quevedo PA, von Hardenberg A, Pastore H, Álvarez J, Corti P. Predicting the potential distribution of the Endangered huemul deer Hippocamelus bisulcus in North Patagonia. Oryx. 2017 Apr;51(2):315-23.
Fuentes-Allende N, Vielma A, Paulsen K, Arredondo C, Corti P, Estades CF, González BA. Is human disturbance causing differential preference of agricultural landscapes by taruka and feral donkeys in high Andean deserts during the dry season?. Journal of Arid Environments. 2016 Dec 31;135:115-9.
Salgado M, Corti P, Verdugo C, Tomckowiack C, Moreira R, Durán K, Aviléz C, Tejeda C. Evidence of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) infection in huemul deer (Hippocamelus bisulcus) in Patagonian fjords. Austral Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2017 May 26;49(2):135-7.