Jaime Jiménez | Department of Biological Sciences

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Jaime Jiménez

Jaime Jiménez
Professor - Specialization Wild-life Ecology and Conservation Biology
ENV 310V Lab LSA 251
Dr. Jiménez’s research interests include wildlife ecology and conservation of birds, mammals and tardigrades.

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Dr. Jaime Jimenez


Selected Publications

  • Lázaro, X.A., R. Mackenzie & J.E. Jiménez. Submitted to PNAS. Do birds disperse mosses? Evidence of endozoochory in Chloephaga picta and Attagis malouinus in sub-Antarctic Chile.
  • Jara, R.F., R.D. Crego, M.D. Samuel, R. Rozzi & J.E. Jiménez. Accepted. Nest-site selection and breeding success of passerines in the world's southernmost forest. PeerJ.
  • Ojeda, V., A. Schaaf, T.A. Altamirano, B. Bonaparte, L. Bragagnolo, L. Chazarreta, K. Cockle, R. Dias, F. Di Sallo, T. Ibarra, S. Ippi, A. Jauregui, J.E. Jiménez, M. Lammertink, F. López, M.G. Núñez, M. de la Peña, L. Rivera, C. Vivanco, M. Santillán, G.E. Soto, P. Vergara, A. & N. Politi. Accepted. Not a global pattern: latitude does not influence construction behaviour of avian excavators in the Southern Hemisphere. Auk.
  • Gallardo, G., L.F. Pacheco, R.S. Rios & J.E. Jiménez. Accepted. Losses of livestock to puma (Puma concolor) and culpeo fox (Lycalopex culpaeus) predation in the Bolivian Altiplano are not as important as perceived. Therya
  • Robertson, M.W., N.J. Russo, S.J. McInnes, B. Goffinet & J.E. Jiménez. 2020. Potential dispersal of tardigrades by birds through endozoochory: evidence from Sub-Antarctic White-bellied Seedsnipe (Attagis malouinus). Polar Biology 43: 899-902. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-020-02680-9
  • Jiménez, J.E., M.K. Jones, K. Stoddart, S. Dickson, A. Chapman, J.L. Baxter-Slye & K.L. Steigman. 2020. Comparative diet analysis of Barn Owl (Tyto alba) and Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) in a habitat island in north-central Texas. Texas Journal of Science 72. DOI: 10.32011/txjsci_72_1_Article5
  • Russo, N.J., M. Robertson, R. MacKenzie, B. Goffinet & J.E. Jiménez. 2020. Evidence of targeted consumption of mosses by birds in sub-Antarctic South America. Austral Ecology 45:399-403. DOI: 10.1111/aec.12858
  • Briceño, C., D. González-Acuña, S.M. Funk, M.L. Bornscheuer, L.K. Knapp & J.E. Jiménez. 2020. Ear mite, Otodectes cynotis, on wild foxes (Pseudalopex spp.) in Chile. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 56:105-112. DOI: 10.7589/2018-10-247
  • Triay Limonta, O., G.G. Hechavarría García, I.L. Cabrera & J.E. Jiménez. 2019. [Trophic structure and niche partitioning in a Cuban tropical forest bird community.] Revista Chilena de Ornitología 25:47-61.
  • Huaranca, J.C., M.L. Villalba, N. Negrões, J.E. Jiménez, D.W. Macdonald & L.F. Pacheco. 2019. Density and activity patterns of Andean cat and pampas cat (Leopardus jacobita and L. colocolo) in the Bolivian Altiplano. Wildlife Research 47:68-76. DOI: 10.1071/WR19053
  • Wynia, A.L., V. Rolland & J.E. Jiménez. 2019. Improved Campephiline detection: An experiment conducted with the Magellanic Woodpecker. Ecology and Evolution 9:11724-11733. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5671
  • Jara, R.F., R.D. Crego, F.J. Arellano, T.A. Altamirano, J.T. Ibarra, R. Rozzi & J.E. Jiménez. 2019. Breeding strategies of open-cup-nesting birds in Sub-Antarctic forests of Navarino Island, Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 92:2-10. DOI: 10.1186/s40693-019-0082-4
  • Wynia, A.L. & J.E. Jiménez. 2019. Preliminary assessment of the influence of larvae availability on the foraging behavior of Magellanic Woodpeckers. Bosque 40:81-86. DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92002019000100081
  • Schüttler, E., R.D. Crego, L. Saavedra-Aracena, E.A. Silva-Rodriguez, R. Rozzi, N. Soto & J.E. Jiménez. 2019. New records of invasive mammals from the sub-Antarctic Cape Horn Archipelago. Polar Biology 42:1093-1105. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-019-02497-1

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