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Una técnica de investigación para la producción de: un ensayo, un artículo, una tesina : lectura de apoyo para el taller de redacción / Alberto Hernández Escobar
Hernández Escobar, Alberto ;
Distrito Federal, México : Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades , s. f
Clasificación: 300.18 / H4
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SIBE Chetumal
ECO030001338 (Disponible)
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The principles of transdisciplinary research in small-scale fisheries
Said, Alicia ; Chuenpagdee, Ratana (coaut.) ; Aguilar Perera, Alfonso (coaut.) ; Arce Ibarra, Ana Minerva (coaut.) ; Bahadur Gurung, Tek (coaut.) ; Bishop, Bonnie (coaut.) ; Léopold, Mare (coaut.) ; Márquez Pérez, Ana Isabel (coaut.) ; Gomes de Mattos, Sérgio M. (coaut.) ; Pierce, Graham J. (coaut.) ; Nayak, Prateep K. (coaut.) ; Jentoft, Svein (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Transdisciplinarity for small-scale fisheries governance. Analysis and practice Switzerland : Springer-Mare Publications Series, 2018 página 411-431 ISBN:978-3-319-94937-6
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How to write and publish a scientific paper / Barbara Gastel and Robert A. Day
Gastel, Barbara ; Day, Robert A. (coaut.) (1924-) ;
Santa Barbara, California : Greenwood , 2016
Clasificación: 808.0665 / G3
Bibliotecas: Villahermosa
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SIBE Villahermosa
ECO050006139 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
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Now thoroughly updated and expanded, this new edition of a classic guide offers practical advice on preparing and publishing journal articles as well as succeeding in other communication-related aspects of a scientific career. Writing and publishing journal articles are essential aspects of a successful scientific career. Unfortunately, many scientists find the process of communicating about their work intimidating and confusing. Now in its eighth edition, How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper teaches how to apply clear focus, good organization, and simple, straightforward language to write papers as well as communicate effectively in many other scientifically related applications. By providing practical, readable, and sometimes humorous guidance, this book enables researchers to gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed in communicating about their work. The authors not only guide readers in the craft of scientific writing—broken down into the separate tasks of writing the respective sections of a scientific paper and then publishing the paper—but also address important related psychological, ethical, logistical, and cultural considerations in communicating about science. Chapter topics include composing (and requesting) recommendation letters, writing grant proposals, providing peer review, editing one's own work, preparing oral presentations and poster presentations, and working with the popular media. This is an essential resource for researchers—both native and non-native users of English—with limited experience writing scientific papers, such as graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early-career faculty members.

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Preface
A Word to International Readers
Acknowledgments
Part I: Some Preliminaries
1 What Is Scientific Writing?
The Scope of Scientific Writing
The Need for Clarity
Receiving the Signals
Understanding the Signals
Organization and Language in Scientific Writing
2 Historical Perspectives
The Early History
The Electronic Era
The IMRAD Story
3 Approaching a Writing Project
Establishing the Mind-Set
Preparing to Write
Doing the Writing
Revising Your Work
4 What Is a Scientific Paper?
Definition of a Scientific Paper
Organization of a Scientific Paper
Other Definitions
5 Ethics in Scientific Publishing
Ethics as a Foundation
Authenticity and Accuracy
Originality
Credit
Ethical Treatment of Humans and Animals
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest
6 Where to Submit Your Manuscript
Why Decide Early, Why Decide Well
Prestige, Access, and Impact
Other Factors to Consider
Using Instructions to Authors
Part II: Preparing The Text
7 How to Prepare the Title
Importance of the Title
Length of the Title
Need for Specific Titles
Importance of Syntax
The Title as a Label
Abbreviations and Jargon
Series Titles
8 How to List the Authors and Addresses
The Order of the Names
Definition of Authorship
Defining the Order: An Example
Specifying Contributions
Proper and Consistent Form
Listing the Addresses
Purposes
9 How to Prepare the Abstract
Definition
Types of Abstracts
Economy of Words
10 How to Write the Introduction
Suggested Rules
Reasons for the Rules
Some Exceptions
Citations and Abbreviations
11 How to Write the Materials and Methods Section
Purpose of the Section
Materials
Methods
Headings
Measurements and Analysis
Need for References
Tables and Figures
Correct Form and Grammar
12 How to Write the Results
Content of the Results
How to Handle Numbers
Strive for Clarity
Avoid Redundancy

A Supplement on Supplementary Material Online
13 How to Write the Discussion
Discussion and Verbiage
Components of the Discussion
Factual Relationships
Noting Strengths and Limitations
Significance of the Paper
Defining Scientific Truth
14 How to State the Acknowledgments
Ingredients of the Acknowledgments
Being Courteous
15 How to Cite the References
Rules to Follow
Electronic Aids to Citation
Citation in the Text
Reference Styles
Name and Year System
Alphabet-Number System
Citation Order System
Titles and Inclusive Pages
Journal Abbreviations
Examples of Different Reference Styles
Citing Electronic Material
One More Reason to Cite Carefully
Part III: Preparing the Tables And Figures
16 How to Design Effective Tables
When to Use Tables
How to Arrange Tabular Material
Exponents in Table Headings
Following the Journal’s Instructions
Titles, Footnotes, and Abbreviations
Additional Tips on Tables
17 How to Prepare Effective Graphs
When Not to Use Graphs
When to Use Graphs
How to Prepare Graphs
Symbols and Legends
A Few More Tips on Graphs
18 How to Prepare Effective Photographs
Photographs and Micrographs
Submission Formats
Cropping
Necessary Keys and Guides
Color
Line Drawings
Part IV: Publishing The Paper
19 Rights and Permissions
What Is Copyright?
Copyright Considerations
Copyright and Electronic Publishing
20 How to Submit the Manuscript
Checking Your Manuscript
Submitting Your Manuscript
Electronic Submission
Conventional Submission
The Cover Letter
Sample Cover Letter
Electronic Cover Letters
Confirmation of Receipt
21 The Review Process (How to Deal with Editors)
Functions of Editors, Managing Editors, and Manuscript Editors
The Review Process
The Editor’s Decision
The Accept Letter
The Modify Letter
The Reject Letter
Editors as Gatekeepers

22 The Publishing Process (How to Deal with Proofs)
The Copyediting and Proofing Processes
Why Proofs Are Sent to Authors
Misspelled Words
Marking the Corrections
Additions to the Proofs
Addition of References
Proofing the Illustrations
When to Complain
Reprints
Part V: Doing Other Writing for Publication
23 How to Write a Review Paper
Characteristics of a Review Paper
Preparing an Outline
Types of Reviews
Writing for the Audience
Importance of Introductory Paragraphs
Importance of Conclusions
24 How to Write Opinion (Book Reviews, Editorials, and Letters to the Editor)
Writing Informed Opinion
Book Reviews
Editorials
Letters to the Editor
25 How to Write a Book Chapter or a Book
How to Write a Book Chapter
Why (or Why Not) to Write a Book
How to Find a Publisher
How to Prepare a Book Manuscript
How to Participate in the Publication Process
How to Help Market Your Book
26 How to Write for the Public
Why Write for General Readerships?
Finding Publication Venues
Engaging the Audience
Conveying Content Clearly
Emulating the Best
Part VI: Conference Communications
27 How to Present a Paper Orally
How to Get to Present a Paper
Organization of the Paper
Presentation of the Paper
Slides
The Audience
A Few Answers on Questions
28 How to Prepare a Poster
Popularity of Posters
Organization
Preparing the Poster
Presenting the Poster
29 How to Write a Conference Report
Definition
Format
Presenting the New Ideas
Editing and Publishing
Part VII: Scientific Style
30 Use and Misuse of English
Keep It Simple
Dangling Modifiers
The Ten Commandments of Good Writing
Metaphorically Speaking
Misuse of Words
Tense in Scientific Writing
Active versus Passive Voice
Euphemisms
Singulars and Plurals
Noun Problems
Numbers
Odds and Ends
31 Avoiding Jargon
Definition of Jargon
Mumblespeak and Other Sins

Mottoes to Live By
Bureaucratese
Special Cases
32 How and When to Use Abbreviations
General Principles
Good Practice
Units of Measurement
Special Problems
SI (Syst`eme International) Units
Other Abbreviations
33 Writing Clearly Across Cultures and Media
Readable Writing
Consistency in Wording
Serving International Readers
A Few Words on E-Mail Style
Writing for Online Reading
34 How to Write Science in English as a Foreign Language
English as the International Language of Science
The Essentials: Content, Organization, and Clarity
Cultural Differences to Consider
Some Common Language Challenges
More Strategies for English-Language Writing
More Resources
Part VIII: Other Topics in Scientific Communication
35 How to Write a Thesis
Purpose of the Thesis
Tips on Writing
When to Write the Thesis
Relationship to the Outside World
From Thesis to Publication
36 How to Prepare a Curriculum Vitae
What’s a CV? What’s It Good For?
What to Put In (and What to Leave Out)
Other Suggestions
Preparing a Cover Letter
Writing a Personal Statement
37 How to Prepare Grant Proposals and Progress Reports
Preparing a Grant Proposal
Identifying Potential Sources of Funding
Preliminary Letters and Proposals
Common Parts of a Proposal
Preparing to Write the Proposal
Writing the Proposal
Common Reasons for Rejection
Other Problems to Watch For
Resubmitting a Proposal
Two Closing Comments
Writing a Progress Report
Basic Structure
Some Suggestions
38 How to Write a Recommendation Letter— and How to Ask for One
Deciding Whether to Write the Letter
Gathering the Information
Writing the Letter(s)
A Light Aside
If You’re Seeking Recommendation Letters
39 How to Work with the Media
Before the Interview
During the Interview
After the Interview

40 How to Provide Peer Review
Responding to a Request for Peer Review
Peer Reviewing a Scientific Paper
Providing Informal Peer Review
41 How to Seek a Scientific-Communication Career
Career Options in Scientific Communication
An Admittedly Unvalidated Quiz
Career Preparation
Entering the Field and Keeping Up
Appendix 1 : Selected Journal Title Word Abbreviations
Appendix 2 : Words and Expressions to Avoid
Appendix 3 : Prefi xes and Abbreviations for SI (Système International) Units
Appendix 4 : Some Helpful Websites
Glossary of Technical Terms
References
Index


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Libro
An introduction to fish migration / editores: Pedro Morais, Françoise Daverat
Disponible en línea: An introduction to fish migration.
Morais, Pedro Miguel (coed.) ; Daverat, Françoise (coed.) (1975-) ;
Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press :: Taylor & Francis Group , c2016
Clasificación: 597.1568 / I5
Bibliotecas: Chetumal
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SIBE Chetumal
ECO030008543 (Disponible)
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Since the publication of The Migrations of Fish by Prof. Alexander Meek in 1916, a number of books have been published on this subject. However, most of these books only cover one type of migratory mechanisms. This book aims to overcome this drawback by presenting a comprehensive coverage of all life history strategies—potadromy, anadromy, catadromy, amphidromy and oceanodromy in one book. The first section of this book reviews the history of fish migration studies, the main definitions and concepts related with fish migration and the main trends and challenges of fish migration research. The second section describes the main processes and patterns associated with all migratory life history strategies, as well as the main problems associated with their conservation. Finally, the third section provides examples of the main methodologies used to study fish migration. This book was conceived with the objective to provide undergraduate and graduate students and researchers with a comprehensive book on which they could rely.

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Preface
Part 1: An Overview on Fish Migration Research
1. History of Fish Migration Research
2. Definitions and Concepts Related to Fish Migration
3. Trends and Challenges in Fish Migration Research
Part 2: Life Histories of Migratory Fishes
4. Life Histories of Potamodromous Fishes
5. Life Histories of Anadromous Fishes
6. Life Histories of Catadromous Fishes
7. Life Histories of Amphidromous Fishes
8. Life Histories of Oceanodromous Fishes
Part 3: Technical Apparatus, Analytical Techniques and Data Analyses Used in Fish Migration Research
9. Microchemical and Schlerochronological Analyses Used to Infer Fish Migration
10. Tracing the Origins, Migrations, and Other Movements of Fishes Using Stable Isotopes
11. Use of Drift Nets to Infer Fish Transport and Migration Strategies in Inland Aquatic Ecosystems
12. Methodologies for Investigating Diadromous Fish Movements: Conventional, PIT, Acoustic and Radio Tagging and Tracking
13. Methodologies for Investigating Oceanodromous Fish Movements: Archival and Pop-up Satellite Archival Tags
General Index
Species Index


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Libro
How to do ecology: a concise handbook / Richard Karban, Mikaela Huntzinger, Ian S. Pearse
Disponoble en línea: How to do ecology: a concise handbook.
Karban, Richard ; Huntzinger, Mikaela (coaut.) ; Pearse, Ian S. (coaut.) ;
Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press , 2014
Clasificación: 574.50724 / K3
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal , Tapachula
Cerrar
SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010017634 (Prestado)
Disponibles para prestamo: 0
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SIBE Tapachula
ECO020013552 (Disponible)
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Most books and courses in ecology cover facts and concepts but don’t explain how to actually do ecological research. How to Do Ecology provides nuts-and-bolts advice on organizing and conducting a successful research program. This one-of-a-kind book explains how to choose a research question and answer it through manipulative experiments and systematic observations. Because science is a social endeavor, the book provides strategies for working with other people, including professors and collaborators. It suggests effective ways to communicate your findings in the form of journal articles, oral presentations, posters, and grant and research proposals. The book also includes ideas to help you identify your goals, organize a season of fieldwork, and deal with negative results. In short, it makes explicit many of the unspoken assumptions behind doing good research in ecology and provides an invaluable resource for meaningful conversations between ecologists. This second edition of How to Do Ecology features new sections on conducting and analyzing observational surveys, job hunting, and becoming a more creative researcher, as well as updated sections on statistical analyses.

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List of Illustrations
List of Boxes
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction: The Aims of This Book
Chapter 1
Picking a Question
Chapter 2
Posing Questions (or Picking an Approach)
Chapter 3
Using Experiments to Test Hypotheses
Chapter 4
Analyzing Experimental Data
Chapter 5
Using Surveys to Explore Patterns
Chapter 6
Building Your Indoor Skills
Chapter 7
Working with People and Getting a Job in Ecology
Chapter 8
Communicating What You Find
Chapter 9
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
Index


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- Libro con arbitraje
Observar, escuchar y comprender: sobre la tradición cualitativa en la investigación social / María Luisa Tarrés, coordinadora
Tarrés, María Luisa (coord.) ;
Distrito Federal, México : El Colegio de México :: Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales. Sede México , 2013
Clasificación: 300.18 / O28
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
Cerrar
SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010017926 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
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El redescubrimiento que hoy se hace de una tradición metodológica como la cualitativa, presente desde los orígenes de las ciencias sociales, estimuló la publicación de este libro que se orienta a precisar las potencialidades, alcances y articulaciones que los métodos cualitativos tienen en la explicación e interpretación de los problemas sociales. Además, aspira a proporcionar una base lógica y epistemológica que ayude a valorar sus posibilidades y evite su reducción a un simple conjunto de técnicas. La pertinencia de los métodos y técnicas no puede calificarse a priori, sino que depende del problema, de la teoría y en general del planteamiento teórico de una investigación. Es la teoría la que define tanto el objeto como los métodos con que se construye y se apropia el objeto. Y es en este contexto donde los métodos cualitativos constituyen herramientas básicas para la investigación social. Así Observar, escuchar y comprender intenta ofrecer una sistematización de los distintos procedimientos que componen el capital metodológico de la tradición cualitativa. En suma, el libro pretende superar el marco de lo descriptivo y de la enumeración de técnicas o instrumentos de recolección e información, pues plantea debates y desafíos centrales para observar, escuchar y comprender los signos que surgen de la realidad social contemporánea.

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Presentación
Prólogo
Sobre el contenido de este libro
Bibliografía
Lo cualitativo como tradición
El debate sobre los métodos como expresión de las controversias entre tradiciones
El paradigma positivo y la contribución de Durkheim
Las tradiciones “interpretativas” y el legado de Max Weber
El legado de Max Weber (1864-1920)
A manera de conclusión
Bibliografía
Primera parte
Los procedimientos básicos de recolección como técnica y método
Un acto metodológico básico de la investigación social: la entrevista cualitativa
La entrevista cualitativa: una puerta de entrada a la realidad social
Principales tipos de entrevistas
Los elementos principales que componen la entrevista cualitativa
Conclusiones
Bibliografía
La observación participante como escenario y configuración de la diversidad de significados
Aspectos teóricos de la observación participante
Características de la observación participante
Perspectiva teórica, objetivos del estudio y la técnica
La interacción social
La observación participante y sus etapas
El problema de validez y confiabilidad
La reflexión teórica
Bibliografía
Segunda parte
Desde los individuos a lo social
Biografía: proceso y nudos teórico-metodológicos
Construyendo una biografía: una guía básica
Biografía: procedimiento, problemas y estrategias
Planificación de la entrevista biográfica
El periodo de entrevista
Biografía: registro, transcripción y elaboración
Análisis e interpretación
Presentación y publicación de relatos biográficos
La biografía: usos y exigencias
Lo biográfico: algunos nudos teórico-metodológicos
Lo micro y lo macrosocial
Opciones de generalización
Validez
Conclusiones
Bibliografía
Lo biográfico en sociología. Entre la diversidad de contenidos y la necesidad de especificar conceptos
Introducción

Antecedentes y actualidad de lo biográfico
El resurgimiento de lo biográfico
Distinciones conceptuales
Conclusiones
Bibliografía
Tercera parte
La búsqueda de lo colectivo: intervención en grupos
Para que el sujeto tenga la palabra: presentación y transformación de la técnica de grupo de discusión desde la perspectiva de Jesús lbáñez
La técnica: grupo de discusión
Hacia un paradigma complejo
A modo de conclusión: algunos comentarios
Bibliografía
Buscando al actor. La intervención sociológica
Siguiendo el hilo de Ariadna (fundamentos teóricos)
La intervención: un método peculiar
Validación y aplicabilidad
Un comentario final
Bibliografía
Cuarta parte
Dos métodos que traspasan fronteras
El método de los estudios de uso
El contexto histórico de los estudios de caso
¿Qué es un "caso”?
¿Qué son los estudios de caso?
El alcance de los estudios de caso
Modalidades de uso de los estudios de caso con fines de desarrollo teórico
Cualitativo, cuantitativo y estudios de caso
Confiabilidad y validez en los estudios de caso
Selección y representatividad en los estudios de caso
El tema de la generalización
El diseño de los estudios de caso
La secuencia de investigación en los estudios de caso
Conclusiones
Bibliografía
Un acercamiento al método tipológico en sociología
El plan de este ensayo
De la clasificación a la construcción teórica
El tipo ideal weberiano
Acerca de la confiabilidad
Acerca de la validez
La ética protestante y el espíritu del capitalismo
El tipo construido
Acerca de la confiabilidad
Acerca de la validez
Los influyentes locales y cosmopolitas
Algunas conclusiones
Bibliografía

Quinta parte
Las aplicaciones de una tradición: lo cualitativo como espacios de ideas
La representación social. Teoría, método y técnica
Primeras definiciones
Historia del concepto en ciencias sociales
Primera parte: el fenómeno de la representación social y su estudio
Segunda parte: la diáspora de la representación social
Tercera parte: relación de las posturas teórico-conceptuales con las herramientas y técnicas de investigación
Conclusiones, El estudio de la representación social
Bibliografía
Innovación metodológica en una época de ruptura. Apuntes para su comprensión
Las raíces filosóficas
Las orientaciones teórico-metodológicas
Balance general: certezas y nuevas perplejidades
Comentarios finales
Bibliografía


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Libro
Scientific writing for impact factor journals / Eric Lichtfouse
Lichtfouse, Eric ;
New York : Nova Science Publishers , c2013
Clasificación: F/808.0665 / L5
Bibliotecas: Tapachula
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SIBE Tapachula
ECO020013019 (Disponible)
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Publish or Perish. This old adage illustrates the importance of scientific communication; essential to research, it also represents a strategic sector for each countrys competitiveness. An often-neglected topic, scientific communication is of vital importance, with new information technologies accelerating and profoundly changing how knowledge is disseminated. The necessity of optimally disseminating experts findings has also become crucial to researchers, institutes and universities alike, which has prompted the recent advent of Impact Factors for the evaluation and financing of research, the goal being for scientific knowledge to be equally distributed to a very broad audience, especially to the media, entrepreneurs and socio-political players. This handbook presents the golden rules for publishing scientific articles. In order to do away with major recurring errors, the author explains how to easily structure an article and offers support for the typical mistakes made by native French speakers publishing in English, tips on how to make the style more academic of more general to fit your intended readership and, in the books closing section, suggests new publishing techniques of the Internet age such as the micro-article, which allows researchers to focus their findings into a single innovative point. The major principles presented can be applied to a broad range of documents such as theses, industry reports, publicity texts, letters of intent, CVs/resumes, blogs and press releases, as all of these documents involve presenting information on advances, discoveries, innovations, or changes to our previous knowledge.

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Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 General Advice
Chapter 2 Tips By Section
Appendices
Index


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- Artículo con arbitraje
Las percepciones sobre la práctica médica en la región fronteriza de Chiapas
Álvarez Gordillo, Julio Félix (autor) ; Álvarez Gordillo, Guadalupe del Carmen (autora) ;
Disponible en línea
Contenido en: Andamios Vol. 8, no. 16 (mayo-agosto, 2011), p. 287-321 ISSN: 1870-0063
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Resumen en español

Con el objetivo de analizar las percepciones de los médicos sobre su práctica médica y los pacientes en la Región Fronteriza del estado de Chiapas, en el Sureste de México, se realizó un estudio cualitativo a través de entrevistas en profundidad a médicos, con énfasis en la pertinencia de la formación médica universitaria y la relación médico-paciente, las cuales se ven reflejadas en la práctica, como resultado de factores individuales, experiencias, emociones y el contexto de trabajo. De acuerdo con la información obtenida, lo más importante para los médicos fueron los factores fisio-biológicos de la enfermedad y no los enfermos, ni su contexto.


9.
Libro
Ecology: the experimental analysis of distribution and abundance / Charles J. Krebs
Krebs, Charles J. ;
San Francisco, California : Pearson Benjamin Cummings , c2009
Clasificación: 574.5028 / K7/2009
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
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SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010008383 (Disponible)
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Libro
Pequeño manual de apoyo para redactar textos ambientales / Ana María Sánchez Mora
Sánchez Mora, Ana María ;
México : Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad :: Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales :: Instituto Naciona del Ecología , 2008
Clasificación: 808.066 / S2
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ECO040003823 (Prestado)
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ECO030006873 (Disponible) , ECO030004960 (Disponible)
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ECO010012807 (Disponible)
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ECO050003494 (Disponible)
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