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Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones
Tiegs, Scott D. (autor) ; Costello, David M. (autor) ; Isken, Mark W. (autor) ; Woodward, Guy (autor) ; McIntyre, Peter B. (autor) ; Gessner, Mark O. (autor) ; Chauvet, Eric (autor) ; Griffiths, Natalie A. (autora) ; Flecker, Alex S. (autor) ; Acuña, Vicenç (autor) ; Albariño, Ricardo (autor) ; Allen, Daniel C. (autor) ; Alonso, Cecilia (autora) ; Andino, Patricio (autor) ; Arango, Clay (autor) ; Aroviita, Jukka (autora) ; Barbosa, Marcus V. M. (autor) ; Barmuta, Leon A. (autor) ; Baxter, Colden V. (autor) ; Bell, Thomas D. C. (autor) ; Bellinger, Brent (autor) ; Boyero, Luz (autora) ; Brown, Lee E. (autor) ; Bruder, Andreas (autora) ; Bruesewitz, Denise A. (autora) ; Burdon, Francis J. (autora) ; Callisto, Marcos (autor) ; Canhoto, Cristina (autora) ; Capps, Krista A. (autora) ; Castillo Uzcanga, María Mercedes (autora) ; Clapcott, Joanne (autora) ; Colas, Fanny (autora) ; Colón Gaud, Checo (autor) ; Cornut, Julien (autor) ; Crespo Pérez, Verónica (autora) ; Cross, Wyatt F. (autor) ; Culp, Joseph M. (autor) ; Danger, Michael (autor) ; Dangles, Olivier (autor) ; Eyto, Elvira de (autora) ; Derry, Alison M. (autora) ; Díaz Villanueva, Veronica (autora) ; Douglas, Michael M. (autor) ; Elosegi, Arturo (autor) ; Encalada, Andrea C. (autora) ; Entrekin, Sally (autora) ; Espinosa, Rodrigo (autor) ; Ethaiya, Diana (autora) ; Ferreira, Verónica (autora) ; Ferriol, Carmen (autora) ; Flanagan, Kyla M. (autora) ; Fleituch, Tadeusz (autor) ; Follstad Shah, Jennifer J. (autora) ; Frainer, André (autor) ; Friberg, Nikolai (autor) ; Frost, Paul C. (autor) ; Garcia, Erica A. (autora) ; García Lago, Liliana (autora) ; García Soto, Pavel Ernesto (autor) ; Ghate, Sudeep (autor) ; Giling, Darren P. (autor) ; Gilmer, Alan (autor) ; Gonçalves Jr., José Francisco (autor) ; Gonzales, Rosario Karina (autora) ; Graça, Manuel A. S. (autor) ; Grace, Mike (autor) ; Grossart, Hans Peter (autor) ; Guérold, François (autor) ; Gulis, Vlad (autor) ; Hepp, Luiz U. (autor) ; Higgins, Scott (autor) ; Hishi, Takuo (autor) ; Huddart, Joseph (autor) ; Hudson, John (autor) ; Imberger, Samantha (autora) ; Iñiguez Armijos, Carlos (autor) ; Iwata, Tomoya (autor) ; Janetski, David J. (autor) ; Jennings, Eleanor (autora) ; Kirkwood, Andrea E. (autora) ; Koning, Aaron A. (autor) ; Kosten, Sarian (autora) ; Kuehn, Kevin A. (autor) ; Laudon, Hjalmar (autor) ; Leavitt, Peter R. (autor) ; Lemes da Silva, Aurea L. (autora) ; Leroux, Shawn J. (autor) ; LeRoy, Carri J. (autora) ; Lisi, Peter J. (autor) ; MacKenzie, Richard (autor) ; Marcarelli, Amy M. (autora) ; Masese, Frank O. (autor) ; McKie, Brendan G. (autora) ; Oliveira Medeiros, Adriana (autora) ; Meissne, Kristian (autor) ; Miliša, Marko (autor) ; Mishra, Shailendra (autora) ; Miyake, Yo (autor) ; Moerke, Ashley (autora) ; Mombrikotb, Shorok (autor) ; Mooney, Rob (autor) ; Moulton, Tim (autor) ; Muotka, Timo (autor) ; Negishi, Junjiro N. (autor) ; Neres Lima, Vinicius (autor) ; Nieminen, Mika L. (autora) ; Nimptsch, Jorge (autor) ; Ondruch, Jakub (autor) ; Paavola, Riku (autor) ; Pardo, Isabel (autora) ; Patrick, Christopher J. (autor) ; Peeters, Edwin T. H. M. (autor) ; Pozo, Jesus (autor) ; Pringle, Catherine (autora) ; Prussian, Aaron (autor) ; Quenta, Estefania (autora) ; Quesada, Antonio (autor) ; Reid, Brian (autor) ; Richardson, John S. (autor) ; Rigosi, Anna (autora) ; Rincón, José (autor) ; Rîşnoveanu, Geta (autora) ; Robinson, Christopher T. (autor) ; Rodríguez Gallego, Lorena (autora) ; Royer, Todd V. (autor) ; Rusak, James A. (autor) ; Santamans, Anna C. (autora) ; Selmeczy, Géza B. (autora) ; Simiyu, Gelas (autora) ; Skuja, Agnija (autora) ; Smykla, Jerzy (autor) ; Sridhar, Kandikere R. (autor) ; Sponseller, Ryan (autor) ; Stoler, Aaron (autor) ; Swan, Christopher M. (autor) ; Szlag, David (autor) ; Teixeira de Mello, Franco (autor) ; Tonkin, Jonathan D. (autor) ; Uusheimo, Sari (autora) ; Veach, Allison M. (autora) ; Vilbaste, Sirje (autora) ; Vought, Lena B. M. (autora) ; Wang, Chiao Ping (autora) ; Webster, Jackson R. (autor) ; Wilson, Paul B. (autor) ; Woelf, Stefan (autor) ; Xenopoulos, Marguerite A. (autora) ; Yates, Adam G. (autor) ; Yoshimura, Chihiro (autor) ; Yule, Catherine M. (autora) ; Zhang, Yixin X. (autor) ; Zwart, Jacob A. (autor) ;
Contenido en: Science Advances Vol. 5, no. 1, art. eaav0486 (January 2019), p. 1-8 ISSN: 2375-2548
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Hot flashes associated with menopause in the state of Campeche, Mexico: biometric measurement and self-reported experience
Sievert, Lynnette Leidy (autora) (1960-) ; Huicochea Gómez, Laura (autora) ; Cahuich Campos, Diana del Rosario (autora) ; Brown, Daniel E. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: Current Anthropology Volume 60, no. 3 (June 2019) p. 436-443 ISSN: 0011-3204
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The purpose of this study was to apply a phenomenological perspective in order to better understand hot flashes among 87 Maya, 60 non-Maya, and 8 uncategorized women from rural and urban communities in the state of Campeche, Mexico. We combined in-depth interviews with ambulatory hot flash monitors to show that while the majority of women had biometrically measurable sternal (75%) and nuchal (81%) hot flashes, they were less likely to report hot flashes (40%) during the study period. The number of biometrically measured hot flashes differed significantly across the four communities, but the number of reported hot flashes remained equally low. Across the entire sample, Maya and non-Maya women did not differ in the likelihood of demonstrating sternal and nuchal hot flashes, but Maya women were significantly more likely to push the buttons on the monitor to subjectively report a hot flash (48% vs. 27%). Qualitative results show that these findings can be explained by attention to the language of hot flashes (calores) and by the observation that hot flashes are naturalized by the hot and humid environment into everyday life. Women do not differentiate or separate the expression of hot flashes from the lived experience of the hot climate.


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Lepus alleni, Antelope Jackrabbit
Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Brown, D. E. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Número e.T41272A45185265 (2019), p. 1-10 ISSN: 2307-8235
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Lepus californicus, Black-tailed Jackrabbit
Brown, D. E. (autor) ; Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Álvarez Castañeda, S. T. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Número e.T41276A45186309 (2019), p. 1-12 ISSN: 2307-8235
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Sylvilagus insonus, Omiltemi Cottontail
Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Brown, D. E. (autor) ; Lanier, H. C. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Número e.T21207A45180771 (2019), p. 1-9 ISSN: 2307-8235
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Sylvilagus mansuetus, San José Brush Rabbit
Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Brown, D. E. (autor) ; Lanier, H. C. (autor) ;
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Contenido en: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Número e.T21207A45180771 (2019), p. 1-9 ISSN: 2307-8235
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Factores socio-ambientales determinantes del uso de herbolaria durante el climaterio en Campeche, México
Cahuich Campos, Diana del Rosario ; Huicochea Gómez, Laura (coaut.) ; Sievert, Lynnette Leidy (coaut.) (1960-) ; Brown, Daniel E. (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Etnobiología Vol. 16, no. 2 (agosto 2018), p. 98-113 ISSN: 1665-2703
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El climaterio es la última etapa del ciclo reproductivo de la mujer caracterizada por una sintomatología que genera la búsqueda de alternativas más allá de la Terapia de Reemplazo Hormonal, la cual puede originar efectos adversos en la salud de las mujeres. En este estudio se identifica la herbolaria empleada para atender los síntomas asociados al climaterio de las mujeres de mediana edad de los municipios de Campeche, Hopelchén y Calakmul, en el estado de Campeche, México, analizando los factores sociales y ambientales que, desde la perspectiva de las entrevistadas, determinan la búsqueda, selección y conservación de estos recursos florísticos. Durante 2013 y 2015 se realizaron 132 entrevistas a mujeres entre 39 y 59 años de edad; sus respuestas fueron organizadas y sistematizadas en función de padecimientos percibidos, la herbolaria utilizada, formas de uso, áreas de obtención y conservación de los recursos florísticos en cada municipio.

Se identificaron 69 plantas (66 especies y tres plantas no identificadas taxonómicamente) y diez tipos de infusiones comerciales para atender 14 malestares, en mujeres que viven distintos contextos históricos, sociales, económicos y culturales. Predominaron los padecimientos somáticos, psicológicos, urogenitales y vasomotores. Las mujeres eligieron las plantas usadas de acuerdo a los siguientes factores: porque resultan un recurso complementario y alternativo ante una deficiente atención biomédica y por percepciones negativas hacia los medicamentos de patente; por experiencias positivas al usar herbolaria en otras etapas de su vida, conocimiento aprendido de sus entornos familiares y sociales y de los especialistas tradicionales que participan como referentes culturales; por la diversidad de formas regionales de entender y atender la salud en su vida cotidiana y durante el climaterio, y porque cuentan con espacios físicos donde pueden obtener y conservar herbolaria, destacando los huertos familiares; además de tener otros usos: alimenticio, ritual y ceremonial, la construcción, ornamental y comercial.

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The climacteric is the last stage of the reproductive cycle of women, which is associated with a symptomatology that generates the search for alternatives to control it beyond the Hormone Replacement Therapy, which can This study identifies the herbal medicine used to treat the symptoms associated with the climacteric of middle-aged women in the municipalities of Campeche, Hopelchen and Calakmul, in Campeche, México, analyzing the social and environmental factors that, from the perspective of the interviewees, determine the search, selection and conservation of these floristic resources. 132 women were interviewed between 2013 and 2015, from 39 to 59 years old; her answers were organized and systematized according to perceived illnesses, herbalism used, ways of use, and areas of obtaining and conservation of floristic resources in each municipality. 69 plants (66 species and three plants not taxonomically identified) and ten types of commercial infusions were identified to deal with 14 discomforts in women with different histories, living in different social, economic and cultural contexts. Somatic, psychological, urogenital and vasomotor disorders predominated. Women chose which plants to use according to the following factors: because they were a complementary and alternative resource in the face of poor biomedical care and negative perceptions towards patent medicines; for positive experiences when using herbalism in other stages of their life, knowledge learned from their family and social environments and from traditional specialists who participate as cultural references; for the diversity of regional ways of understanding and attending to health in their daily lives and during the climacteric; because women have spaces where resources can be obtained and conserved, especially family gardens and because they have other uses: nutritional, ritual and ceremonial, construction, ornamental and commercial.


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Stress and the menopausal transition in Campeche, Mexico
Sievert, Lynnette Leidy (1960-) ; Huicochea Gómez, Laura (coaut.) ; Cahuich Campos, Diana del Rosario (coaut.) ; Ko’omoa Lange, Dana Lynn (coaut.) ; Brown, Daniel E. (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Women's Midlife Health Vol. 4, no. 9 (June 2018), p. 1-15 ISSN: 2054-2690
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Background: Stress has been implicated as a factor in the presence and severity of symptoms during the menopausal transition. Our primary aim was to test the hypothesis that stress-sensitive biological measures and self-reported stress would be positively associated with a greater likelihood and intensity of hot flashes. Our secondary aim was to examine measures of stress in relation to the most often reported symptoms in Campeche, Mexico. We also hypothesized ethnic differences (Maya versus non-Maya) in relation to measures of stress and symptom reports. Methods: Participants aged 40–60 (n = 305) were drawn from multiple sites across the city of San Francisco de Campeche to achieve a generally representative sample. Measures included C-reactive protein (CRP), an indicator of inflammation; Epstein-Barr virus antibodies (EBV-Ab), an indicator of immune function; the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS); a symptom checklist; anthropometric measures; and a questionnaire that elicited symptoms, ethnicity (based on language, birthplace, and last names of the woman, her parents, and her grandparents) and ten dimensions of socioeconomic status (SES). The relationships between symptoms and stress-sensitive biological and self-reported measures were examined in bivariate analyses, and with logistic and linear regressions.

Results: The twelve most common symptoms reported, in descending order of frequency, were tiredness, muscle and joint pain, nervous tension, problems concentrating, feeling depressed, difficulty sleeping, headaches, feeling of ants crawling on the skin, loss of interest in sex, urinary stress incontinence, hot flashes, and night sweats. PSS scores were significantly associated with the likelihood of seven symptoms (yes/no), and with the intensity of ten symptoms after controlling for ethnicity, SES, education, cohabitation status, parity, smoking, body mass index, and menopausal status. The stress-sensitive biological measures of immune function (EBV-Ab and CRP) were not significantly associated with midlife symptoms. The PSS was associated with more symptoms among the Maya (e.g., feeling nervous/tense and having difficulty concentrating) than non-Maya. Conclusion: PSS scores were associated with the intensity, but not the likelihood, of hot flashes. Other symptoms were also associated with self-reported stress but not with physiological measures. Maya/non-Maya differences may indicate that either symptoms or stress were experienced and/or reported in culture-specific ways.


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Variation in levels of AMH among Maya and non-Maya women in Campeche, Mexico
Kyweluk, Moira A. ; Sievert, Lynnette Leidy (coaut.) (1960-) ; Huicochea Gómez, Laura (coaut.) ; Cahuich Campos, Diana del Rosario (coaut.) ; McDade, Thomas W. (coaut.) ; Brown, Daniel E. (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: American Journal of Physical Anthropology Vol. 167, no. 2, (October 2018), p. 282-290 ISSN: 0002-9483
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to examine anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels among women of Maya and non-Maya ancestry in the city of Campeche, Mexico. Levels of AMH can potentially predict age at menopause. Previous studies have indicated an early mean age at menopause among the Maya. Materials and methods: Women aged 40-60 (n = 97) participated in semistructured interviews, anthropometric measures, and blood samples. Maya/non-Maya ethnicity was determined by the last names, languages spoken, and birthplace of the woman, her parents, and her grandparents. AMH values were categorized as detectable (0.05-4.19 ng/mL) and undetectable (<0.05 ng/mL). Logistic regressions calculated odds ratios (OR) for undetectable AMH. Results: Women were categorized as Maya (n = 44), not Maya (n = 39), or not able to be clearly defined (n =14).In bivariate comparisons, women with detectable levels of AMH were younger, more likely to be pre-menopausal, and not Maya. Age, menopausal status, and ethnicity remained significant in a logistic regression models after controlling for age at menarche. Maya women were more than five times as likely to have nondetectable AMH levels as non-Maya women. Discussion: Increasing age and progression through the menopausal transition were both associated with declining levels of AMH. The association between Maya ethnicity and a lower likelihood of detecting AMH is consistent with the early ages at menopause reported in previous studies. We considered a rapid life history model as an explanatory framework, and suggest, from an ecological perspective, that future research should consider measures of developmental stress that may compromise ovarian reserves.


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