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UAEM stands for Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico (Spanish: Autonomous University of the State of Mexico; Mexico)

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The 2012 winners of the Clark Hubbs Student Poster Award were: first-place, Roberto Carlos Almazan-Nunez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Iztapala, for the poster entitled "Effect of three successional stages in the community of frugivorous birds in a tropical dry forest of Guerrero, Mexico;" second-place, Ailed Perez Perez, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, for the poster entitled "Movements of Kinosternum integrum in Tonatico Estado de Mexico;" and third-place winner, Sara Isabel Valenzuela-Ceballos, Universidad Juarez del Estado de Durango, for the poster entitled "Thermoregulation of Uta stansburiana at the south of its distribution.
Tres episodios importantes ocorridos durante o primeiro trimestre de 2008 confirmam isto: primeiro, a inclusao da RBGN no rol de publicacoes do Sistema EBSCO; em seguida, sua aprovacao na primeira fase do processo de avaliacao junto ao Indexador SciELO e, finalmente, a inclusao definitiva da RBGN, a partir do inicio de junho de 2008, no Indexador Redalyc -- Red de Revistas Cientificas de America Latina, el Caribe, Espana y Portugal gerido pela Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico.
The 2012 winners of the Clark Hubbs Student Poster Award were: first-place, Roberto Carlos Almazan-Nunez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Iztapala, for the poster entitled "Effect of three successional stages in the community of frugivorous birds in a tropical dry forest of Guerrero, Mexico;" second-place, Ailed Perez Perez, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, for the poster entitled "Movements of Kinosternum integrum in Tonatico Estado de Mexico;" and third-place winner, Sara Isabel Valenzuela-Ceballos, Universidad Juarez del Estado de Durango, for the poster entitled "Thermoregulation of Uta stansburiana at the south of its distribution.