Publicaciones

2018

  • Lacy, S.N., Di Giminiani, P., Mao, L. 2018. “What Defines a River? Modelling the interplay between physical and social driving factors in characterizing the waterways in Chile.” The Geographical Journal. DOI: 10.1111/geoj.12262
  • Meza, F.J., Montes, C., Bravo-Martínez, F., Serrano-Ortiz, P., Kowalski, A. 2018 “Soil Water Content Effects on Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange and Actual Evaporation in a Mediterranean Semiarid Savanna of Central Chile” Scientific Reports 8, Article number: 8570. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-26934-z
  • Sarabia, A., Meza, F.J., Suárez, F. 2018 “Use of Fiber-Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing to Investigate Erosion of the Non-Convective Zone in Salt-Gradient Solar Ponds” Solar Energy 170: 499-509. DOI: 10.1016/j.solener.2018.05.078
  • Urdiales, D., Meza, F.J., Gironás, J., Gilabert, H. 2018 “Improving Stochastic Modelling of Daily Rainfall Using the ENSO Index: Model Development and Application in Chile” Water 10(2): 145. DOI: 10.3390/w10020145

2017

  • Amigo, J., Meza, F.J., Suárez, F. 2017. “A transient model for temperature prediction in a salt-gradient solar pond and the ground beneath it.” Energy. 132: 257-268. DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2017.05.063
  • Lacy, S.N., Marquet P., Meza, F.J. 2017. “Can environmental impact assessments alone conserve freshwater fish biota? Review of the Chilean experience.” Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 63: 87-94. DOI: 10.1016/j.eiar.2016.12.006
  • Mao, L., Ugalde, F., Lacy, S.N., Iroume, A. 2017. “The Effects of Replacing Native Forest on the Quantity and Impacts of In-Channel Pieces of Large Wood in Chilean Streams.” River Research and Applications. 1(33):73-88. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3063

2016

  • Glade, F, Miranda, M, Meza, F.J. Van Leeuwen, W. 2016 “Productivity and phenological responses of natural vegetation to presente and future inter-annual climate variability across a semi-arid river basins in Chile.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188:676. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-016-5675-7
  • Meza, F.J. and Lorenzo, M. 2016. “Estimation of daily global solar radiation as a function of routine meteorological data in Mediterranean areas.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology. DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1519-6
  • Mills-Novoa, M.; Pszczolkolski, P.; Meza, F.J. 2016. “The Impact of Climate Change on the Viticultural Suitability of Maipo Valley, Chile.” Professional Geographer. DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2015.1124788
  • Roco, L., Poblete, D., Meza, F.J., 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. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-016-0759-2

2015

  • Bustos, E., Meza, F.J. 2015. “A method to estimate maximum and minimum air temperature using MODIS surface temperature and vegetation data: Application to the Maipo basin, Chile.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 120(1-2): 211-216. DOI: 10.1007/s00704-014-1167-2
  • Meza, F.J., Vicuña, S., Gironás, J., Poblete, D., Suárez, F., Oertel, M. 2015 “Water Food Energy Nexus in Chile: the challenges due to global change in different regional contexts.” Water International. 40: 5-6, 839-855. DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2015.1087797
  • Raab,N., Meza, F.J., Frank, N., and 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. DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.06.018

2014

  • Bonelli, S., Vicuña. S., Meza, F.J., Gironás, J., Barton, J. 2014. “Incorporating climate change adaptation strategies in urban water supply planning: The case of central Chile.” Journal of Water and Climate Change. 5(3): 357-376.
  • Meza, F.J., Vicuña, S., Jelinek, M., Bustos, E., Bonelli, S. 2014. “Assessing water demands and coverage sensitivity to climate change in the urban and rural sectors in Central Chile.” Journal of Water and Climate Change. 5(2): 192-203.
  • Orrego, R., Avila, A., Meza, F.J., Matus, F. 2014. “Using a crop simulation model to select the optimal climate grid cell resolution.” Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 14 (2): 407-420.
  • Puertas, O., Henríquez, C., Meza, F.J. 2014. “Assessing spatial dynamics of urban growth using an integrated land use model. Application in Santiago Metropolitan Area, 2010-2045.” Land Use Policy. 38: 415-425.
  • Scott, C., Vicuna, S., Blanco-Gutierrez, I., Meza, F.J., Varela-Ortega, C. 2014. “Irrigation efficiency and water-policy implications for river-basin resilience.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18: 1339-1348.
  • Vicuna, S. P. Alvarez, O. Melo, L. Dale and F. Meza. 2014. “Understanding future climate variability and climate change adaptation capacity through an historic perspective of irrigation infrastructure development: lessons from the Limarí basin in Central Chile.” Water International. 39(5): 620-634.

2013

  • Bambach, N., Meza, F.J., Gilabert, H., Miranda, M. 2013. “Impacts of climate change on the distribution of species and communities in the Chilean Mediterranean ecosystem.” Regional Environmental Change. 13 (6): 1245-1257.
  • De Maria E.M.C., Maurer, E., Sheffield, J., Bustos, E., Poblete, D., Vicuna, S., Meza, F.J. 2013. “Using a Gridded Global Dataset to Characterize Regional Hydroclimate in Central Chile.” Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14(1): 251-265.
  • De María, E.M.C., Maurer, E.P. Thrasher, B., Vicuna, S., and Meza, F.J. 2013. “Climate change impacts on an alpine watershed in Chile: Do new model projections change the story?” Journal of Hydrology. 502. 128-138.
  • Jara V., Meza, FJ., Zaviezo, T., Chordbajian, R. 2013. “Climate change impacts on invasive potential of pink hibiscus mealybug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Green), in Chile.” Climatic Change. 117 (1-2): 305-317.
  • Lawford, R., Bogardi, J., Marx, S., Jain, S., Pahl-Wostl, C., Knüpe, K., Ringler, C., Lansigan, F., and Meza F. 2013. “Basin Perspectives on the Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 5 (6): 607-616.
  • Meza, F. 2013. “Recent trends and ENSO influences on droughts in Northern Chile: An Application of the Standard Precipitation Evapotranspiration Index.” Weather and Climate Extremes: 1: 51-58.
  • Puertas, O., Brenning A., Meza F.J. 2013. “Balancing misclassification errors of land cover classification maps using support vector machines and Landsat imagery in the Maipo river basin Central Chile, 1975- 2010.” Remote Sensing of the Environment. 137: 112-123.
  • Scott, C.A., Meza, F.J., Varady, R.J., Tiessen, H., McEvoy, J., Garfin, G.M., Wilder, M., Farfán, L.M., Pineda Pablos, N. and Montaña, E. 2013. “Water security and adaptive management in the arid Americas.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103, 2, 280-289.
  • van Leeuwen, W.J.D., Hartfield, K., Miranda, M., Meza, F.J. 2013. “Trends and ENSO/AAO Driven Variability in NDVI Derived Productivity and Phenology alongside the Andes Mountains.” Remote Sensing 5: 1177-1203.
  • Vicuña, S., Gironás, J., Meza, F.J., Cruzat, M.L., Jelinek, M., Bustos, E., Poblete, D., and Bambach, N., 2013. “Exploring possible connections between hydrological extreme events and climate change in central south Chile.” Hydrological Sciences Journal, 58 (8), 1–22.

2012

  • Meza F.J., Wilks, D.S., Gurovich, L., Bambach, N. 2012. “Impacts of climate change on irrigated agriculture in the Maipo Basin, Chile: reliability of water rights and changes in the demand for irrigation.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 138(5), 421–430.
  • Scott, C., Varady, R., Meza, F.J., de Raga, G., Luckman, B., Montaña, E., and Martius, C. 2012. “Science-Policy Dialogues for Water Security: Addressing Vulnerability and Adaptation to Global Change in the Arid Americas.” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 54:3, 30-42.

2011

  • Artacho. P., Meza, F., Alcalde, J.A. 2011. “Evaluation of the ORYZA2000 rice growth model under nitrogen-limitted conditions in an irrigated mediterranean environment.” Chilean JAR. 71(1): 23-33.

2010

  • Núñez C., Varas E., Meza F.J. 2010. “Modelling Soil Heat Flow.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 100: 251-260.
  • Silva D., Meza F.J., Varas E. 2010 “Estimating reference evapotranspiration (ETo) using MM5 data.” Journal of Hydrology. 382: 64-71.
A %d blogueros les gusta esto:
A %d blogueros les gusta esto: