Special Edition of Chilean Natural History Journal Dedicated to LTSER

20101-marResearchers associated with Chile’s first Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research Network, coordinated by the Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity and 5 associated universities and 2 private non-profit organizations, recently launched a special edition of the Revista Chilena de Historia Natural with invited contributions from Chile, Argentina, Mexico, USA and Spain to contextualize and put into value the importance of not only long-term, but integrated social-ecological studies. To enhance the impact of this work, the editors also produced the volume in English and Spanish (click on the original article or the translation as “Material Complementario”). See the journal page to read these important contributions to the debate about LTSER in Chile, the Southern Cone and the world.