• M. Noelia Barrios-Garcia, Mariano A. Rodriguez-Cabal, Angélica L. González & Gregory M. Crutsinger. Accepted. Biogeographical variation in arthropod communities on coyote bush, Baccharis pilularisInsect Conservation and Diversity.
  • Angélica L. González, Gustavo Q. Romero & Diane S. Srivastava. 2014. Detrital nutrient content determines growth rate and elemental composition of bromeliad-dwelling insects. Freshwater Biology 59: 737-747 (front cover). PDF
  • Angélica L. González, M. Angélica Vukasovic & Cristián F. Estades. 2013. Changes in the Abundance and Distribution of Black-necked Swans (Cygnus melancoryphus) in the Carlos Anwandter Nature Sanctuary and Adjacent Wetlands, Valdivia, Chile. Waterbirds 36: 507-514. PDF
  • Crutsinger. G.M., González, A.L., Crawford, K.M. & Sanders, N.J. 2013. Local and latitudinal variation in abundance: the mechanisms shaping the distribution of an ecosystem engineer. PeerJ 1:e100; DOI 10.7717/peerj.100. PDF
  • Mulder, Christian, Mori, Shigeta, Vonk, Arie, Boit, Alice, Dyer, Scott, Faggiano, Leslie, Geisen, Stephan, González L. Angélica, Huston, Michael, Kaspari, Michael, Lavorel, Sandra, Marquet, Pablo, Rossberg, Axel, Sterner, Robert, Voig Winfried & Wall, Diana. 2012. Distributional (in)congruence of Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning. In Invited Chapter. Advances in Ecological Research 46: 1-88. PDF
  • Angélica L. González, José Miguel Fariña, Adam D. Kay, Raquel Pinto and Pablo A. Marquet. 2011. Exploring patterns and mechanisms of interspecific and intraspecific variation in body elemental composition of desert consumers. Oikos 120: 1247–1255. PDF
  • Angélica L. González, José Miguel Fariña, Raquel Pinto, Cecilia Pérez, Kathleen C. Weathers, Juan J. Armesto & Pablo A. Marquet. 2011. Bromeliad growth and stoichiometry: responses to atmospheric nutrient supply in fog-dependent ecosystems of the hyper-arid Atacama Desert, Chile. Oecologia 167: 835-845. PDF
  • Claudio Latorre, Angélica L. González, Quade, José M. Fariña, Raquel Pinto and Pablo A. Marquet. 2011. Establishment and formation of fog‐dependent Tillandsia landbeckii dunes in the Atacama Desert: Evidence from radiocarbon and stable isotopes. Journal of Geophysical Research 116: G03033, doi:10.1029/2010JG0. PDF
  • González, Angélica L., María Angélica Vukasovic & Cristián F. Estades. 2011. Temporal variability in the abundance and diversity of aquatic birds in the Itata River wetland, Bío-Bío, Chile. Gayana 75: 170-181. PDF
  • Kevin E. McCluney, Jayne Belnap, Scott L. Collins, Angélica L. González, Elizabeth M. Hagen, Nathaniel Holland, Burt P. Kotler, Fernando T. Maestre, Stanley D. Smith, Blair O. Wolf. 2011. Shifting species interactions in terrestrial dryland ecosystems under altered water availability and climate change. Biological Reviews doi: 10.1111/j.1469-185X.2011.00. PDF
  • Angélica L. González, John S. Kominoski, Michael Danger, Seiji Ishida, Noriko Iwai and Anja Rubach. 2010. Can ecological stoichiometry help explain patterns of biological invasions? Oikos 119: 779-790. PDF
  • Marcela A. Vidal, Evelyn Habit, Pedro Victoriano, Angélica González-Gajardo & Juan C. Ortiz. 2010. Thermoregulation and activity pattern of the high-mountain lizard Phymaturus palluma (Tropiduridae) in Chile. Zoologia 27: 13–18. PDF
  • Angélica González-Gajardo, Pedro Victoriano Sepúlveda and Roberto Schlatter.. 2009. Waterbird assemblages and habitat characteristics in wetlands: influence of temporal variability on species-habitat relationships. Waterbirds 32: 225-233. PDF
  • Pedro F. Victoriano, Angélica L. González & Roberto Schlatter. 2006. Synopsis of the inland aquatic birds of Chile. Gayana 70: 140-162. PDF
  • Romina Villagrán-Mella, Mauricio Aguayo, Luis E. Parra & Angélica L. González. 2006. Relationship between habitat characteristics and insect assemblage structure in urban freshwater marshes from central-south Chile. RCHN 79: 195-211. PDF
  • Angélica González & Pedro Victoriano. 2005. Birds of Coastal Wetlands of VIII Region, Chile. pp. 485-496 In Historia, biodiversidad y ecología de los bosques costeros de Chile. Editorial Universitaria, Santiago. Chile. Link
  • Angélica González, Leyla Miranda & Juan Carlos Ortiz. 2003. First record of a gravid marine turtle from Chile. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4: 716-717. PDF