Sonia Yañez

Post-doctorate @ IMO
Doctorate in Oceanography @ UDEC



Post-doctorate @ IMO


Doctorate in Oceanography @ UDEC
Marine Biologist @ UDEC
Master in Ecology and Aquatic Systems @ UANTOF


PhD Student in Oceanography, Graduate Program in Oceanography, University of Concepción.

Her thesis is titled: Mortality and bacterial degradation of pelagic copepods associated with oxygen minimum zones (OMZ)

Advisor: Dr. Pamela Hidalgo.


Relative importance of predatory versus non-predatory mortality for dominant copepod species in the northern Chilean (23°S) Humboldt Current System

Marine Ecology Progress Series | Volume 630, Pages 13-23

doi:10.3354/meps13130November, 2019

Yañez, S.Hidalgo, P.Tang, K.W

Copepod secondary production in the sea: Errors due to uneven molting and growth patterns and incidence of carcasses

Progress in Oceanography | Volume 165, Pages 257-267

doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2018.06.008July, 2018

Egg production and hatching success of Calanus chilensis and Acartia tonsa in the northern Chile upwelling zone (23°S), Humboldt Current System

Journal of Marine Systems | Volume 148, Pages 200-212

doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2015.03.007March, 2015


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