Lorena Rebolledo Manríquez



Researcher in the Scientific Department of the Chilean Antarctic Institute (INACH).

Marine Biologist with a Major in Oceanography and Environmental Quality at the University of Concepcion. PhD in Oceanography at the same university. She did her postdoctoral fellow at the University Austral of Chile.

She studied oceanography of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic systems, the impacts of aquaculture on natural systems and geochemistry of marine and coastal sediments. She has also been dedicated to identifying marine diatoms (unicellular microscopic algae) in freshwater sediments as indicators of climate change. She is a researcher in the Scientific Department of INACH.


Mayr, C.C., Rebolledo, L., Schulte, K., Schuster, A., Zolitschka, B., Fösterra, G., Häusserman, V., (2014). Responses of nitrogen and carbon deposition rates in Comau Fjord (42°S, Southern Chile) to natural and anthropogenic impacts during the last century. Continental Shelf Research 78, 29-38.

Rebolledo., L., González, H.E., Muñoz, P., Iriarte, J., Lange, C.B., Pantoja, S., Salamanca, M., (2011). Siliceous productivity changes in Gulf of Ancud sediments (42° S, 72° W), southern Chile, over the last ~ 150 years. Continental Shelf Research 31, 356-365.

Rebolledo, L., Sepúlveda, J., Lange, C.B., Pantoja, S., Bertrand, S., Hughen, K., Figueroa, D., (2008). Late Holocene marine productivity changes in Northern Patagonia-Chile inferred from a multi-proxy analysis of Jacaf channel sediments. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Sciences 80 (3), 314-322.

Sepúlveda, J., Pantoja, S., Hughen, K., Lange, C.B., González, F., Muñoz, P., Rebolledo, L., Castro, R., Contreras, S., Ávila, A., Rossel, P., Lorca, G., Salamanca, M., Silva, N., (2005). Fluctuations in export productivity over the last century from sediments of a southern Chilean fjord (44º S). Estuarine, Coastal and shelf Science 65, 587-600.

Rebolledo, L., Lange C.B., Figueroa, D., Pantoja, S., Muñoz, P., Castro, R., (2005). 20th century fluctuations in the abundance of siliceous microorganisms preserved in the sediments of the Puyuhuapi Channel (44º S), Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 78, 469-488.