Bosque Experimental San Martin - Chile
Bosque Experimental San Martin
The site covers an area of 200 hectares of well-preserved native forest, which has remained unmanaged since it was donated to the University by Don Adolfo Woerner in the early 1970s. The Bosque San Martín Experimental Station of the Austral University of Chile , is probably one of the oldest long-term study sites in the country. Scientific research is developed from multiple disciplines such as biology, evolution, botany and zoology, among others, applied to forest ecology, climate change, functional ecology and mammalian ecology. The site has an installed infrastructure that also represents a permanent training resource for our undergraduate and graduate students.
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