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Mary Willson

Rozzi, Ricardo, Juan J. Armesto, Julio R. Gutiérrez, F. Massardo, Gene E. Likens, M.T. Kalin, C.B. Anderson, et al. 2012. “Integrating Ecology And Environmental Ethics: Earth Stewardship In The Southern End Of The Americas”. Bioscience 62: 226-236.
Díaz, I. A., Juan J. Armesto, and Mary Willson. 2005. “Mating Success Of The Endemic Des Murs’ Wiretail (Sylviorthorhynchus Desmursii, Furnariidae) In Fragmented Chilean Rainforests”. Austral Ecol. 31: 13-21.
Díaz, I. A., Juan J. Armesto, S. Reid, Kathryn E. Sieving, and Mary Willson. 2005. “Linking Forest Structure And Composition: Avian Diversity In Successional Forests Of Chiloé Island, Chile”. Biol. Conserv. 123: 91-101.
Willson, Mary, and Juan J. Armesto. 2004. “Efectos De La Fragmentación De Bosques Para Las Aves De De Los Bosques Australes Chilenos”. Ambiente Y Desarrollo 19: 54-59.
Reid, S., I. A. Díaz, Juan J. Armesto, and Mary Willson. 2004. “Importance Of Native Bamboo For Understory Birds In Chilean Temperate Forests”. Auk 121: 515-525.
DeSanto, T. L., Mary Willson, Kathryn E. Sieving, and Juan J. Armesto. 2002. “Nesting Biology Of Tapaculos (Family Rhinocryptidae) In Fragmented South-Temperate Rainforests Of Chile”. The Condor 104: 482-495.
Armesto, Juan J., I. A. Díaz, C. Papic, and Mary Willson. 2001. “Seed Rain Of Fleshy And Dry Propagates To Different Habitats In Temperate Rainforests Of Chiloe, Chile”. Austral Ecol. 26: 311-320.
Whelan, C.J., J.S. Brown, Kenneth Schmidt, B.B. Steele, and Mary Willson. 2000. “Linking Consumer–Resource Theory And Digestive Physiology: Application To Diet Shifts”. Evolutionary Ecol. Res. 2: 911-934.
McGehee, S., Ricardo Rozzi, J.C. Torres-Mura, and Mary Willson. 1999. “Observaciones Del Bailarin (Elanus Leucurus) En Chile (X Región)”. Boletín Ornitológico De Chile 6: 22-24.