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dc.rights.licenseAtribución-NoComercial 4.0 Internacional
dc.contributor.advisorArmenteras Pascual, Dolors
dc.contributor.advisorMuñoz Muñoz, Alberto
dc.contributor.authorGonzález Delgado, Tania Marisol
dc.date.accessioned2021-10-05T16:02:38Z
dc.date.available2021-10-05T16:02:38Z
dc.date.issued2021
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.unal.edu.co/handle/unal/80386
dc.descriptionilustraciones, fotografías, gráficas, mapas
dc.description.abstractFire is a key agent in the dynamics and organization of several ecosystems such as pastures and savannas (Parr and Andersen, 2006), also, in some cases it can act as a disturbance agent in numerous tropical forests (Armenteras, González, & Retana, 2013). • The Colombian Orinoco region is considered as a highly biodiverse area. Also, in the last decades has been one of the most affected areas in Colombia due to climate change, fire incidence, and negative pressures due to anthropogenic activities; drivers of the rapid transformation of natural landscapes. • The main objective of this study was to determine how fires influence the landscape configuration and how it affects the dynamics and structure of the non-volant small mammals. • To develop this study, we used a combination of fire remote sensing information, non-volant small mammals, and the associated vegetation of this taxonomic group. With this information we parametrized occupancy models for these animals in relation with fire and through a multiscale approach, we evaluated how vegetation diversity respond to fire, estimating its taxonomical and phylogenetical diversity, using Hills numbers. Finally, using radiotelemetry, we assessed the habitat use if the most abundant species in burned forest. • Overall, our results showed that fires in gallery forests have a differential impact over the community of non-volant small mammals. In some cases, fire can constrain, promote, or have not effects on the occurrence of non-volant mammals. These findings are strongly related with the affectation of vegetation due to fire. The parametrized models suggest that fire has a substantial effect on the species that use high vegetation strata, since these strata tended to disappear or decrease after the fire event. • Likewise, we found that fire had a negative impact over the vegetation diversity at different spatial scales. However, the effect varied depending on what was considered, the taxonomical diversity or the phylogenetical diversity, these evidenced differences between burned and unburned forests, and a phylogenetic replacement of dominant species. • The results presented in this thesis showed that wildfires in fire-sensible ecosystems, such as gallery forests, have negative effects on fauna and vegetation. These negative effects can interrupt the functioning of these forests.
dc.description.abstractEl fuego es un motor clave en la dinámica y estructuración de muchos ecosistemas en biomas como los pastizales y las sabanas (Parr and Andersen, 2006), además de ser en algunos casos ser un agente de perturbación como en muchos de los bosques tropicales (Armenteras et al., 2021). •La región del Orinoco es considerada como una zona con una enorme biodiversidad de plantas y animales. Es también una de las áreas más afectadas en Colombia por el cambio climático, la incidencia de incendios y las presiones negativas que causan algunas actividades productivas antrópicas, factores que han causado una rápida transformación de los paisajes naturales. •La presente investigación tuvo como objetivo determinar cómo los incendios forestales influyen en la configuración del paisaje y se afecta la dinámica y estructura de la comunidad de pequeños mamíferos no voladores. •Para desarrollar este estudio se utilizó una combinación de información de sensores remotos sobre incendios, con información en campo de los pequeños mamíferos no voladores y de la vegetación asociada a la ocupación de este grupo. Con esta información se parametrizaron modelos de ocupación de estos animales en relación con el fuego y por medio de un enfoque multiescalar, se evaluó cómo la diversidad de plantas responde a un incendio, estimando la diversidad taxonómica y filogenética a lo largo de los números de Hill. Finalmente, usando radiotelemetría, se evaluó el uso de hábitat de la especie más abundante en zonas de bosques quemados. •En términos generales, se evidencio que los incendios en bosques de galería tienen un impacto diferencial en la comunidad de pequeños mamíferos no voladores. En algunos casos el fuego restringe, en otros promueve, y en otros casos no hay efecto en la ocurrencia de especies de mamíferos. Los hallazgos están fuertemente relacionados con la afectación de la vegetación por el fuego. Los modelos sugieren que el fuego tiene un efecto más sustancial en aquellas especies que utilizan los estratos superiores de la vegetación, estratos que tendieron a desaparecer o a disminuir a causa del fuego. •En referencia a la escala espacial, se encontró que el fuego tuvo un impacto negativo diferencial en la diversidad de plantas. Este efecto vario si se consideraba la diversidad taxonómica o la diversidad filogenética, evidenciando diferencias entre bosques quemados y no quemados, así como un recambio filogenético de las especies dominantes en las áreas afectadas. •Los resultados presentados en esta tesis también ponen en evidencia que los incendios forestales en ecosistemas sensibles al fuego como los bosques de galería estudiados, tiene efectos negativos en la fauna y en la vegetación, pudiendo interrumpir el funcionamiento de dichos bosques. (Texto tomado de la fuente)
dc.description.sponsorshipI. Colciencias doctorados nacionales 2016. Convocatoria: 757 de Colciencias para doctorados nacionales 2016. Vinculación: estudiante de doctorado. II. Proyecto: Efecto de los incendios y la configuración del paisaje sobre comunidades de mamíferos. Convocatoria: 757 de Colciencias para doctorados nacionales 2016. Vinculación: investigador principal. Tareas: Determinar la respuesta de la comunidad de pequeños mamíferos, en términos de abundancia, riqueza y uso de hábitat, a paisajes afectados por incendios. III. Proyecto: Integración de la dinámica de perturbación en la biodiversidad: el caso del fuego en ecosistemas de la Orinoquía. Convocatoria: nacional para el apoyo a proyectos de investigación y creación artística de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia 2017-2018-383. Modalidad única. Vinculación: estudiante de doctorado. Tareas: Analizar los efectos del fuego sobre la diversidad de pequeños y medianos mamíferos. IV. Grupo de Investigación en Ecología del Paisaje y Modelación de Ecosistemas -Ecolmod, a través del proyecto: Degradation of tropical forests in Colombia: impacts of fire. Convocatoria: Convocatoria externa Vinculación: estudiante de doctorado. V. The American Society of Mammalogists. Grants: The Latin American student field grant 2017. Grant Amount: $1.500 USD. VI. The Rufford Foundation. Grants: 1st Rufford Small Grant. Project Title: Effects of fire on mammal communities in Orinoco landscapes. Application ID: 25652-1. Duration: 12 months (ended in July 2019). Grant Amount: £5000 VII. L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Colombia 2018. Proyecto: Tania Marisol González Delgado_Efecto de los incendios y la configuración del paisaje sobre comunidades de mamíferos. Convocatoria: 897-2018 Programa Nacional L´Oreal Unesco Para las Mujeres en la Ciencia. Financiación: $20’000.000 COP. VIII. Idea Wild. Project Title: Effects of fire on the community of small non-flying mammals in landscapes under fire influence. Grant Amount: $530 USD. IX. Neotropical Grassland Conservancy. Grants: Research Equipment Program (REP). Grant Amount: $1200 USD. X. IALE - International Association for Landscape Ecology Beca para atender a la conferencia IUFRO - Adaptive Management for Forested Landscapes in transformation. Posadas, Argentina, octubre 1-5, 2018.
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dc.publisherUniversidad Nacional de Colombia
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dc.subject.ddc570 - Biología
dc.titleEffect of fires and landscape configuration on mammals communities
dc.typeTrabajo de grado - Doctorado
dc.type.driverinfo:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis
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dc.publisher.programBogotá - Ciencias - Doctorado en Ciencias - Biología
dc.contributor.researchgroupEcología del Paisaje y Modelación de Ecosistemas – Ecolmod
dc.description.degreelevelDoctorado
dc.description.degreenameDoctor en Ciencias - Biología
dc.description.methodsPara desarrollar este estudio se utilizó una combinación de información de sensores remotos sobre incendios, con información en campo de los pequeños mamíferos no voladores y de la vegetación asociada a la ocupación de este grupo. Con esta información se parametrizaron modelos de ocupación de estos animales en relación con el fuego y por medio de un enfoque multiescalar, se evaluó cómo la diversidad de plantas responde a un incendio, estimando la diversidad taxonómica y filogenética a lo largo de los números de Hill. Finalmente, usando radiotelemetría, se evaluó el uso de hábitat de la especie más abundante en zonas de bosques quemados.
dc.description.researchareaEcología
dc.identifier.instnameUniversidad Nacional de Colombia
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dc.publisher.departmentDepartamento de Biología
dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Ciencias
dc.publisher.placeBogotá, Colombia
dc.publisher.branchUniversidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Bogotá
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dc.subject.proposalFire-regime
dc.subject.proposalMammals
dc.subject.proposalBurn
dc.subject.proposalForest-savanna transition
dc.subject.proposalMarsupials
dc.subject.proposalOccurrence
dc.subject.proposalRodents
dc.subject.proposalVegetation structure
dc.subject.proposalAlpha and beta diversity
dc.subject.proposalHill numbers
dc.subject.proposalScale
dc.subject.proposalRégimen de incendios
dc.subject.proposalMamíferos
dc.subject.proposalQuemado
dc.subject.proposalTransición bosque-sabana
dc.subject.proposalMarsupiales
dc.subject.proposalOcurrencia
dc.subject.proposalRoedores
dc.subject.proposalEstructura de la vegetación
dc.subject.proposalDiversidad alfa y beta
dc.subject.proposalNúmeros de Hill
dc.subject.proposalEscala
dc.subject.proposalPequeños mamíferos no voladores
dc.subject.proposalNon-volant small mammals
dc.subject.unescoForest fires
dc.subject.unescoIncendio forestal
dc.subject.unescoMamífero
dc.subject.unescoVegetación
dc.title.translatedEfecto de los incendios y la configuración del paisaje sobre comunidades de mamíferos
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