Jaime E. Jiménez, Ph.D.

Chapters in Books

18) Jiménez, J.E. 2019. [The Darwin’s fox: a story full of surprises.] Pp. 383-392, in Smith-Ramírez, C. & F. Squeo (eds.), [History, Biodiversity, and Ecology of the Chilean Coastal Forests.] 2nd ed. Universidad de Los Lagos Press, Osorno, Chile.

​17) Smith-Ramírez, C., S. Tellier, J.E. Jiménez, R.M. Barahona-Segovia, L.E. Parra, A. Vera & V. Jerez. 2019. [Endemic plants and animals of the Chilean Coastal Mountain Range.] Pp. 393-416, in Smith-Ramírez & F. Squeo (eds.), [History, Biodiversity, and Ecology of the Chilean Coastal Forests.] 2nd ed. Universidad de Los Lagos Press, Osorno, Chile.

​16) Crego, R.D., J.E. Jiménez & R. Rozzi. 2018. Fur trade and the biotic homogenization of sub-polar ecosystems. Pp. 233-243, in Rozzi, R., J.R. May Jr., S.R. Chapin, F. Massardo, M. Gavin, I. Klaver, A. Pauchard, M. Núñez, P. Groffman & D. Simberloff (eds.), From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

​15) Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez. 2014. Ornithological Research at Omora Park: The Longest Bird-banding Program in Sub-Antarctic Forests of the Southern Hemisphere. Preface. Pp. xi-xvi, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, First Decade of Bird Studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

14) Rozzi, R., J.E. Jiménez, F. Massardo, J.C. Torres-Mura, & R. Rijal. 2014. The Omora Park Long-Term Ornithological Research Program: Study Sites and Methods. Pp. 2-39, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, First Decade of Bird Studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

​13) Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez. 2014. A summary of the birds captured with mist-nets and/or censused in the southernmost forests of the world. Pp. 41-42, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, First Decade of Bird Studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

​12) Dardanelli, S., J.E. Jiménez, R. A. Vásquez, & C. Elphick. 2014. Introduction to the singularities of the Magellanic sub-Antarctic avifauna. Pp. 131-133, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, first decade of bird studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

​11) Elphick, C.S., J.E. Jiménez, R. Reyes, & R. Rozzi. 2014. Introduction to the seasonal dynamics of the sub-Antarctic bird communities in different habitat types of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. Pp. 185-187, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, First Decade of Bird Studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

10) Jiménez, J.E. & R. Rozzi. 2014. The second decade of long-term ornithological studies at Omora Park: new ornithological perspectives from the south. Pp. 353-357, in Rozzi, R. & J.E. Jiménez, Sub-Antarctic Magellanic Ornithology, First Decade of Bird Studies at Omora Ethnobotanical Park: Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. University of North Texas Press, Denton-Universidad de Magallanes, Chile. xx + 375 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-57441-531-5.

​09) Jiménez, J.E. 2012. Exploitation of wild chinchilla as a tragedy of the commons. Pp. 80-81, in Decker, D.J., S.J. Riley & W.F. Siemer (eds.), Human Dimensions of Wildlife Damage. 2nd ed. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. ISBN-10 1421406543.

​08) Jiménez, J.E. 2010. Southern Pudu Pudu puda (Molina 1782). Pp. 140-150, in Barbanti, J.M. & S. González (eds.), Neotropical Cervidology. Biology and Medicine of Latin American Deer. Funep/IUCN, Jaboticabal, Brazil. ISBN 978-85-7805-046-7.

​07) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [Pudu puda, the world’s smallest deer.] Pp. 547-549, in Smith-Ramírez, C., J. Armesto & C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, Biodiversity, and Ecology of the Chilean Coastal Forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile. ISBN 956-11-1777-0.

​06) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [The mysterious Darwins fox.] Pp. 544-546, in Smith-Ramírez, C., J. Armesto & C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, Biodiversity, and Ecology of the Chilean Coastal Forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile. ISBN 956-11-1777-0.

​05) Jiménez, J.E. 2005. [Dromiciops gliroides, living fossil and the only representative of the Gondwanian Order Microbiotheria.] Pp. 541-543, in Smith-Ramírez, C., J. Armesto & C. Valdovinos (eds.), [History, Biodiversity, and Ecology of the Chilean Coastal Forests.] Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile. ISBN 956-11-1777-0.

​04) Jiménez, J.E. & E. McMahon. 2004. Pseudalopex fulvipes. Pg. 50-55, in Sillero-Zubiri, C., M. Hoffmann & D.W. Macdonald (eds.), Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. ISBN 2-8317-0786-2.

​03) Jiménez, J.E. & A.J. Novaro. 2004. Pseudalopex culpaeus. Pp. 44-49, in Sillero-Zubiri, C., M. Hoffmann & D.W. Macdonald (eds.), Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. ISBN 2-8317-0786-2.

​02) Novaro, A.J., M.C. Funes & J.E. Jiménez. 2004. Patagonian foxes: selection for introduced prey and conservation of culpeo and chilla foxes in Patagonia. Pp. 243-250, in Mcdonald, D.W. & C. Sillero-Zubiri (eds.), Biology and Conservation of Wild Canids. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN-10 019851556.

​01) Jiménez, J.E. 2002. [Chinchillas in the wild: exploitation, ecology, and conservation.] Pp. 40-41, 62-63, 121-124, 138-139, 164-165, in Goris, R.C, The Chinchilla (in Japanese). Seibundo Shinkosha, Tokyo, Japan.