Daniel A. Fernández
Daniel A. Fernández
Professor Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego and Researcher CADIC-CONICET
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Ancient climate change, antifreeze, and the evolutionary diversification of Antarctic fishes
TJ Near, A Dornburg, KL Kuhn, JT Eastman, JN Pennington, T Patarnello, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (9), 3434-3439, 2012
Latitudinal variation in the abundance and oxidative capacities of muscle mitochondria in perciform fishes
I Johnston, J Calvo, H GuderleyY
Journal of Experimental Biology 201 (1), 1, 1998
Dynamic somite cell rearrangements lead to distinct waves of myotome growth
F Stellabotte, B Dobbs-McAuliffe, DA Fernández, X Feng, SH Devoto
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 134 (7), 1253-1257, 2007
Fishes of southern South America: a story driven by temperature
VE Cussac, DA Fernández, SE Gómez, HL López
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 35, 29-42, 2009
Reduction in muscle fibre number during the adaptive radiation of notothenioid fishes: a phylogenetic perspective
IA Johnston, DA Fernández, J Calvo, VLA Vieira, AW North, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (15), 2595-2609, 2003
Trophic interactions and food web structure of a subantarctic marine food web in the Beagle Channel: Bahía Lapataia, Argentina
F Riccialdelli, Newsome, Fogel
Polar Biology 40 (4), 807-821, 2017
Phylogeography of the sub-Antarctic notothenioid fish Eleginops maclovinus: evidence of population expansion
SG Ceballos, EP Lessa, MF Victorio, DA Fernández
Marine Biology 159, 499-505, 2012
Trophic structure of southern marine ecosystems: a comparative isotopic analysis from the Beagle Channel to the oceanic Burdwood Bank area under a wasp-waist assumption
L Riccialdelli, YA Becker, NE Fioramonti, M Torres, DO Bruno, AR Rey, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 655, 1-27, 2020
Changes in the fish fauna associated with a sub-Antarctic Macrocystis pyrifera kelp forest in response to canopy removal
FA Vanella, DA Fernández, M Carolina Romero, J Calvo
Polar biology 30, 449-457, 2007
Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Walbaum 1792) in the Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego: the onset of an invasion
DA Fernández, J Ciancio, SG Ceballos, C Riva-Rossi, MA Pascual
Biological Invasions 12 (9), 2991-2997, 2010
Muscle fibre types and size distribution in sub‐Antarctic notothenioid fishes
DA Fernandez, J Calvo, CE Franklin, IA Johnston
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (6), 1295-1311, 2000
Low level of genetic divergence between Harpagifer fish species (Perciformes: Notothenioidei) suggests a Quaternary colonization of Patagonia from the Antarctic …
M Hüne, C González-Wevar, E Poulin, A Mansilla, DA Fernández, ...
Polar Biology 38, 607-617, 2015
The invasion of Patagonia by Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha): inferences from mitochondrial DNA patterns
CM Riva Rossi, MA Pascual, E Aedo Marchant, N Basso, JE Ciancio, ...
Genetica 140, 439-453, 2012
Energy allocation in relation to spawning and overwintering of a diadromous Puyen (Galaxias maculatus) population in the southernmost limit of the species …
CC Boy, AF Pérez, DA Fernández, J Calvo, ER Morriconi
Polar Biology 32, 9-14, 2009
The effect of rearing temperature in larval development of pejerrey, Odontesthes bonariensis: morphological indicators of development
T Chalde, DA Fernández, VE Cussac, GM Somoza
Neotropical Ichthyology 9, 747-756, 2011
Energy density of sub-Antarctic fishes from the Beagle Channel
DA Fernandez, ME Lattuca, CC Boy, AF Pérez, SG Ceballos, FA Vanella, ...
Fish physiology and biochemistry 35 (1), 181-188, 2009
Fish early life stages associated with giant kelp forests in sub-Antarctic coastal waters (Beagle Channel, Argentina)
DA Bruno, D. O., Victorio, M. F., Acha, E. M., & Fernández
Polar Biology 41 (2), 365-375, 2018
Ocean warming and acidification pose synergistic limits to the thermal niche of an economically important echinoderm
PH Manríquez, CP González, K Brokordt, L Pereira, R Torres, ME Lattuca, ...
Science of the Total Environment 693, 133469, 2019
The expansion of exotic Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the extreme south of Patagonia: an environmental DNA approach
CF Nardi, DA Fernández, FA Vanella, T Chalde
Biological Invasions, 1-11, 2019
Temperature effects on growing, feeding, and swimming energetics in the Patagonian blennie Eleginops maclovinus (Pisces: Perciformes)
FA Vanella, CC Boy, DA Fernández
Polar Biology, 1-8, 2012
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