Claudio Azat Soto

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    20062024

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    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 2 - Zero Hunger
    • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being
    • SDG 13 - Climate Action
    • SDG 14 - Life Below Water
    • SDG 15 - Life on Land

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    • The tadpole of Telmatobius fronteriensis (Anura, Telmatobiidae), from Puquios, western of the Andes Range, northern Chile

      Cuevas, C. C., Formas, J. R. & Azat-Soto, C., Jan 2024, In: Herpetological Journal. 34, 1, p. 48-54 7 p.

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    • Accounting for bias in prevalence estimation: The case of a globally emerging pathogen

      Sentenac, H., Valenzuela-Sánchez, A., Haddow-Brown, N., Delgado, S., Azat, C. & Cunningham, A. A., Sept 2023, In: Journal of Applied Ecology. 60, 9, p. 2007-2017 11 p.

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    • Is Xenopus laevis introduction linked with Ranavirus incursion, persistence and spread in Chile?

      Peñafiel-Ricaurte, A., Price, S. J., Leung, W. T. M., Alvarado-Rybak, M., Espinoza-Zambrano, A., Valdivia, C., Cunningham, A. A. & Azat, C., Feb 2023, In: PeerJ. 11, e14497.

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      1 Citation (Scopus)
    • Ongoing declines for the world’s amphibians in the face of emerging threats

      Luedtke, J. A., Chanson, J., Neam, K., Hobin, L., Maciel, A. O., Catenazzi, A., Borzée, A., Hamidy, A., Aowphol, A., Jean, A., Sosa-Bartuano, Á., Fong G, A., de Silva, A., Fouquet, A., Angulo, A., Kidov, A. A., Muñoz Saravia, A., Diesmos, A. C., Tominaga, A., Shrestha, B., & 103 othersGratwicke, B., Tjaturadi, B., Martínez Rivera, C. C., Vásquez Almazán, C. R., Señaris, C., Chandramouli, S. R., Strüssmann, C., Cortez Fernández, C. F., Azat, C., Hoskin, C. J., Hilton-Taylor, C., Whyte, D. L., Gower, D. J., Olson, D. H., Cisneros-Heredia, D. F., Santana, D. J., Nagombi, E., Najafi-Majd, E., Quah, E. S. H., Bolaños, F., Xie, F., Brusquetti, F., Álvarez, F. S., Andreone, F., Glaw, F., Castañeda, F. E., Kraus, F., Parra-Olea, G., Chaves, G., Medina-Rangel, G. F., González-Durán, G., Ortega-Andrade, H. M., Machado, I. F., Das, I., Dias, I. R., Urbina-Cardona, J. N., Crnobrnja-Isailović, J., Yang, J. H., Jianping, J., Wangyal, J. T., Rowley, J. J. L., Measey, J., Vasudevan, K., Chan, K. O., Gururaja, K. V., Ovaska, K., Warr, L. C., Canseco-Márquez, L., Toledo, L. F., Díaz, L. M., Khan, M. M. H., Meegaskumbura, M., Acevedo, M. E., Napoli, M. F., Ponce, M. A., Vaira, M., Lampo, M., Yánez-Muñoz, M. H., Scherz, M. D., Rödel, M. O., Matsui, M., Fildor, M., Kusrini, M. D., Ahmed, M. F., Rais, M., Kouamé, NG. G. G., García, N., Gonwouo, N. L., Burrowes, P. A., Imbun, P. Y., Wagner, P., Kok, P. J. R., Joglar, R. L., Auguste, R. J., Brandão, R. A., Ibáñez, R., von May, R., Hedges, S. B., Biju, S. D., Ganesh, S. R., Wren, S., Das, S., Flechas, S. V., Ashpole, S. L., Robleto-Hernández, S. J., Loader, S. P., Incháustegui, S. J., Garg, S., Phimmachak, S., Richards, S. J., Slimani, T., Osborne-Naikatini, T., Abreu-Jardim, T. P. F., Condez, T. H., De Carvalho, T. R., Cutajar, T. P., Pierson, T. W., Nguyen, T. Q., Kaya, U., Yuan, Z., Long, B., Langhammer, P. & Stuart, S. N., 12 Oct 2023, In: Nature. 622, 7982, p. 308-314 7 p.

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      59 Citations (Scopus)
    • Amphibian phylogenetic diversity in the face of future climate change: not so good news for the chilean biodiversity hotspot

      Rodriguez, L. J., Barbosa, O. A., Soto-Azat, C., Alvarado-Rybak, M., Correa, C., Méndez, M. A., Moreno-Gómez, F. N., Rabanal, F. E., Vidal, M. A., Velásquez, N. A. & Bacigalupe, L. D., 2022, (Accepted/In press) In: Biodiversity and Conservation. 31, 11, p. 2587-2603 17 p.

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      3 Citations (Scopus)