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Agostini, C. A., Guzman, A. M., Nasirov, S., & Silva, C. (2019). A surplus based framework for cross-border electricity trade in South America. Energy Policy, 128, 673–684.
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Billi, M., Mascareno, A., Henriquez, P. A., Rodriguez, I., Padilla, F., & Ruz, G. A. (2022). Learning from crises? The long and winding road of the salmon industry in Chiloe Island, Chile. Mar. Pol., 140, 105069.
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Bitran, E., Rivera, P., & Villena, M. J. (2014). Water management problems in the Copiapo Basin, Chile: markets, severe scarcity and the regulator. Water Policy, 16(5), 844–863.
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Concha, M., & Ruz, G. A. (2023). Evaluation of Atmospheric Environmental Regulations: The Case of Thermoelectric Power Plants. Atmosphere, 14(2), 358.
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Cordova, S., Canizares, C., Lorca, A., & Olivares, D. E. (2021). An Energy Management System With Short-Term Fluctuation Reserves and Battery Degradation for Isolated Microgrids. IEEE Trans. Smart Grid, 12(6), 4668–4680.
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Cordova, S., Canizares, C. A., Lorca, A., & Olivares, D. E. (2022). Frequency-Constrained Energy Management System for Isolated Microgrids. IEEE Trans. Smart Grid, 13(5), 3394–3407.
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Goles, E., & Noual, M. (2012). Disjunctive networks and update schedules. Adv. Appl. Math., 48(5), 646–662.
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Ibarra, C., O'Ryan, R., & Silva, B. (2018). Applying knowledge governance to understand the role of science in environmental regulation: The case of arsenic in Chile. Environ. Sci. Policy, 86, 115–124.
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Navarrete, S. A., Barahona, M., Weidberg, N., & Broitman, B. R. (2022). Climate change in the coastal ocean: shifts in pelagic productivity and regionally diverging dynamics of coastal ecosystems. Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci., 289(1970).
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Smith-Ramirez, C., Grez, A., Galleguillos, M., Cerda, C., Ocampo-Melgar, A., Miranda, M. D., et al. (2023). Ecosystem services of Chilean sclerophyllous forests and shrublands on the verge of collapse: A review. J. Arid Environ., 211, 104927.
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