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20.12.2010
10:19

The final program for the VI Summer Colloquium on Plant Ecophysiology is now available

 The VI Summer Colloquium on Plant Ecophysiology will be held in Parque Katalapi on January 15-17, 2011. Distinguished foreign and Chilean scientists, and advanced graduate students will participate in this event. The final program is now available in this page. It includes conferences, short communications and round-table discussions.

 Download final program

Download instructions to arrive to Katalapi

 

16.12.2010
12:29

AMPHIBIANS OF KATALAPI PARK" IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Recently published by herpetologist Dr. Helen Díaz-Paéz, the book "Amphibians of Katalapi Park" is now available online.  Dr. Helen Díaz-Paéz, professor at the University of Concepción, campus Los Angeles, emphasized that this publication becomes a first available resource in the study of amphibians present in the Buffer Areas of Alerce Andino National Park and Llanquihue National Reserve, buffer areas within which Katalapi Park is located. The need to increase knowledge for this area is further highlighted by the fact that the whole area is part of the Temperate Rainforests of the Austral Andes Biosphere Reserve.

Download Anfibios del Parque Katalapi

16.12.2010
11:43

CHILEAN HERPETOLOGY NETWORK WAS FORMED DURING THE COUNTRY´S FIRST COLLOQIUM ON AMPHIBIAN AND REPTILE CONSERVATION

Participants of Chile´s I Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Colloqium, held December 8-10 at Katalapi Park, closed the event with the decision to create the Chilean Herpetology Network. The decision was adopted after establishing the lack of opportunities for professional exchange amongst experts.

The new network´s objectives include facilitating the flow of technical information between its members, promoting the development of herpetology in Chile, and contributing to the sharing of knowledge and studies in ways that can reach the general public.

Participants valued the experience lived in Katalapi (Puerto Montt) and emphasized the need to have regular meetings, so far non-existent in Chile. Through the organization of an annual event, advances in herpetology science will be shared, and cooperation amongst experts will be promoted through presentations, round tables, and moments for informal networking.

The Chilean Herpetology Network´s coordination was awarded to Drs. Marcela Vidal (U. del BíoBío, Chillán) and Helen Díaz-Páez (U. de Concepción, Campus Los Angeles), supported by councilors Felipe Rabanal (U. Austral), Gabriel Lobos (U. de Chile- Faculty of Veterinary M.), Claudio Correa (U. de Chile, Faculty of Sciences) and Antonieta Labra (U. de Chile).

03.11.2010
09:55

VI Summer Colloquium on Plant Ecophysiology will take place in January 2011 in Katalapi

The VI Summer Colloquium on Plant Ecophysiology will take place in Kastalapi Park from January 15-17 2011. Invited researchers are Prof. Ülo Niinemets (Estonia), Jaume Flexas (Spain), Miquel Ribas.Carbó (Spain), Jeroni Galmés (Spain) Juan Ignacio García Plazaola (Spain) y Hans Lambers (Australia). The program will consist of Plenary Conferences and short communications. Those interested in participating please write to Dr Luis Corcuera ( luis.corcuera@parquekatalapi.cl ). Instructions and general program can be downloaded below

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02.11.2010
09:19

Outdoor Environmental Education Workshop will become Anual Event

Due to the success and demand observed for the Outdoor Environmental Education Course held from October 30-November 1 in Katalapi Park, Ana María Vliegenthart, Education Manager, assured that the event would be repeated anually. "People came all the way from Concepción to Chiloé", said Ana María, "participants made very positive evaluations of the event, and in addition, many people and institutions asked us if we would repeat it next year, for this would give them time to incorporate the course into their planning".

The course will be repeated during the second semester of 2011, and will again be open to the general adult public interested in learning theories, methods, games, and approaches helpful in developing their own Outdoor Environmental Education programs.