profesores enero 2018b


Rosanna Ginocchio


  • Licenciada en Ciencias Biológicas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Doctor en Ciencias Biológicas, mención Ecología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Postdoctorado en The University of Exeter, Exeter, UK.

  • Lillo, F., Ginocchio, R., Ulriksen, C., Dovletyarova, E.A., Neaman, A. 2019. Evaluation of connected clonal growth of Solidago chilensis as an avoidance mechanism in copper-polluted soils. Chemosphere 230:303-307.
  • Gandarillas, M., España, H., Gardeweg, R., Bas, F., Arellano, E., Brown, S., and Ginocchio, R. 2019. Integrated Management of Pig Residues and Copper Mine Tailings for Aided Phytostabilization. Journal of Environmental Quality 48(2): 430-438. doi:10.2134/jeq2017.11.0431.
  • España, H., Bas, F., Zornoza, R., Masaguer, A., Gandarillas, M., Arellano, E., Ginocchio, R. 2019. Effectiveness of pig sludge as organic amendment of different textural class mine tailings with different periods of amendment-contact time. Journal of Environmental Management 230:311-318.
  • Orrego, F., De La Fuente, L.M., Gómez, M., Ginocchio, R. 2018. Diversity of Chilean halophytes: distribution, origin and habit. Gayana. Botánica, 75(2), 555-567.
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  • Aguilar, M., Mondaca, P., Ginocchio, R., Vidal, K., Sauve, S., Neaman, A.  2018. Comparison of exposure to trace elements through vegetable consumption between a mining area and an agricultural area in central Chile. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 19:25(19114-19121).
  • Pardo, J., Mondaca P, Celis-Diez J.L., Ginocchio R, Navarro-Villarroel C, Neaman, A. 2018. Assessment of revegetation of an acidic metal(loid)-polluted soils six years after the incorporation of lime with and without compost. Geoderma 331(81-86).
  • De la Fuente, L. Ovalle, J; Arellano, E; Ginocchio, R. 2018. Does woody species with contrasting root architecture requiere different container size in nursery? Madera y Bosque (24): 1-19.
  • De La Fuente L.M., Ovalle J.F., Arellano E., Ginocchio R. 2017. Use of alternative containers for promoting deep rooting of native forest species used for dryland restoration: The case of Acacia caven. Iforest-Biogeosciences and Forestry. 5(10):776-782.
  • Ovalle, JF, Ginocchio, R. Arellano E. Valenzuela P. 2017. Root Adaptative management for improving plant quality and field performance under drought: experiences with native tree species from South American Mediterranean-type ecosystem. Plant Sociology. 54(1):19-27.
  • Ginocchio R, Leon-Lobos P, Arellano, EC, Anic V, Ovalle J.R., Baker AJ. 2017. Soil Physicochemical factors as environmental filters for spontaneous plant colonization of abandoned tailing dumps. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 24(15): 13484-13496.
  • Verdejo, J., Ginocchio, R., Sauve, S., Mondaca, P., Neaman, A. 2016. Thresholds of copper toxicity to lettuce in field-collected agricultural soils exposed to copper mining activities in Chile. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 16:154-158.
  • Ovalle, J. F., Arellano, E. C., Ginocchio, R. and Becerra, P. 2016. Fertilizer location modifies root zone salinity, root morphology, and water-stress resistance of tree seedlings according to the watering regime in a dryland reforestation. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 179: 223–233. doi: 10.1002/jpln.201500181.
  • Rodríguez-Córdova, L., Sáez-Navarrete, C., Ishanoglu, V., Herrera, L., & Ginocchio, R. 2016. Tolerance of native Magellan fungi in peat to anthracene and n-dodecane for potential use in bioremediation. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria 43(1) 85-93.
  • Ovalle, J.F., Arellano, E., Oliet, J., Becerra, P., Ginocchio, R. 2016. Linking nursery nutritional status and water availability post-planting under intense summer drought: the case of a South American Mediterranean tree species. iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry (9). 758-765.
  • Bravo-Fritz C., Sáez-Navarrete C., Herrera A, Ginocchio, R. 2015. Site selection for microalgae farming on an industrial scale in Chile. Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts, 11:343-349.
  • Ovalle, J.F., Arellano. E., Ginocchio, R. 2015. Trade-Offs between Drought Survival and Rooting Strategy of Two South American Mediterranean Tree Species: Implications for Dryland Forests Restoration. Forests 6(10):3733-3747.
  • Verdejo J., Ginocchio, R., Sauvé, S., Salgado, E., Neaman, A. 2015. Thresholds of copper phytotoxicity in field-collected agricultural soils exposed to copper mining activities in Chile. Ecotoxicology And Environmental Safety 122:171-177.
  • Sabadin P., Gómez M., Ginocchio R., Peña I., Mujica A.M., Montenegro G. 2015. Effect of fire on herbaceous "matorral" vegetation of Central Chile. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria. 42(3):415‐425.
  • Tironi, M., Ginocchio, R., Fariña, J. 2015. Ciencia ciudadana: propuesta de participación para los Planes de Descontaminación. En: Centro de Políticas Públicas UC. eds. Propuestas para Chile, pp. 199-217
  • Martin M.J., Fredes C., Núñez G., Ginocchio R. & Montenegro G. 2014. Comparison of methods for determining the color of Chilean honeys and its relation with botanical origin in central Chile. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria 41(3):411-418.

  • 2014-2019. Centro de Ecología Aplicada y Sustentabilidad (CAPES). CONICYT Programa Investigación Asociativa, código FB0002.
  • 2013-2015. Consorcios de plantas metalófitas nativas-microorganismos rizosféricos para la rehabilitación costo-efectiva de sitios mineros. Fundación Copec UC, código 9C-009.
  • 2012 - 2014. Consorcio de plantas metalófitas nativas-microorganismos rizosféricos para la rehabilitación costo-efectiva de sitios mineros. Proyecto Fundación COPEC-UC, dirigido por Bernardo González, UAI; director alterno Rosanna Ginocchio, CIMM (Monto total COPEC-UC $ 87.974.000).
  • 2011 – 2014. Bioindicators of botanical and geographical origin of Chilean endemic honeys. Proyecto FONDECYT 1110808, dirigido por Gloria Montenegro, PUC; co-investigador Rosanna Ginocchio, CIMM.
  • 2008 – 2011.  In situ immobilization and phytostabilization of contaminated soils in the Puchuncaví Valley. Proyecto FONDECYT 1085005, dirigido por Alexander Neaman, UCV; co-investigador Rosanna Ginocchio, CIMM. (Monto total $ 23.950.000).
  • 2006 - 2008 Miel como bioindicador de contaminación ambiental a partir de la determinación de metales pesados. Proyecto FONDECYT 1060535, dirigido por Gloria Montenegro, PUC; co-investigador Rosanna Ginocchio, CIMM.
  • 2001-2003 Metodología para la evaluación del riesgo ambiental de los metales en suelos impactados por la minería. Proyecto FONDEF D00I1042, dirigido por Patricio Rodríguez, CIMM. Directora Alterna, Rosanna Ginocchio, PUC (Monto total FONDEF $120.000.000, Aporte CODELCO CHILE US$ 70.000, Aporte CIMM y PUC US$ 100.000).