Biodiversidad y Conservación

Artículos en revistas [633]

The multidimensional value of long-term individual-based studies: more than lots of data
G. Tavecchia, D. Oro, A. Sanz-Aguilar, A. Bechet
Avocetta , Vol. 41. Pag. 19-21 (2017)
Disentangling the effects of predation and oceanographic fluctuations in the mortality of two allopatric seabird populations
N. Matović, B. Cadiou, D. Oro, A. Sanz-Aguilar
POPULATION ECOLOGY , Vol. 59. Pag. 225-238 (2017)
Predictable anthropogenic food subsidies, density-dependence and socio-economic factors influence breeding investment in a generalist seabird
E. Real, D. Oro, A. Martínez-Abraín, J.M. Igual, A. Bertolero, M. Bosch, G. Tavecchia
Phylogenetic evidence that both ancient vicariance and dispersal have contributed to the biogeographic patterns of anchialine cave shrimps
Jurado-Rivera J, Pons J, Alvarez F, Botello A, Humphreys WF, Page TJ, Iliffe TM, Willassen E, Meland K, Juan C, Jaume D
Scientific Reports , Vol. 7. 2852 Pag. 1-11 (2017)
Modelling the range expansion of the Tiger Mosquito in a Mediterranean Island accounting for imperfect detection
G. Tavecchia, Miranda M.-A., D. Borras, M. Bengoa, C. Barceló, C. Paredes-Esquivel, C. Schwarz
Frontiers in Zoology , Vol. 14. Pag. 39-49 (2017)
High and variable mortality of leatherback turtles reveal possible anthropogenic impacts
P. Santidrian Tomillo, N. J. Robinson, A. Sanz-Aguilar, J. R. Spotila, F. V. Paladino, G. Tavecchia
ECOLOGY , Vol. 98. 8 Pag. 2170-2179 (2017)
Conspecific and not performance-based attraction on immigrants drives colony growth in a waterbird.
S. Tenan, M. Fasola, S. Volponi, G. Tavecchia,
JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY , Vol. 86. Pag. 1074-1081 (2017)
Population model of an endangered amphibian: implications for conservation management
S. Pinya, G. Tavecchia, V. Pérez-Mellado
Endangered Species Research , Vol. 34. 1 Pag. 123-130 (2017)
Varying demographic impacts of different fisheries on three Mediterranean seabird species
M. Genovart, D.F. Doak, J.M. Igual, S. Sponza, J. Kralj, D. Oro
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY , Vol. 00. 00 Pag. 1- (2017)
Surviving at high elevations: an inter- and intra-specific analysis in a mountain bird community
G. Bastianelli, G. Tavecchia, L. Meléndez, J. Seoane, J. R. Obeso, P. Laiolo
OECOLOGIA , Vol. 184. 2 Pag. 293-303 (2017)
Colonisation in social species: the importance of breeding experience for dispersal in overcoming information barriers.
A. Payo-Payo, M. Genovart, A. Sanz-Aguilar, J. Greño, M. García-Tarrasón, A. Bertolero, J. Piccardo, D. Oro
Scientific Reports , Vol. 7. Pag. 42866- (2017)
Environmental conditions, age, and senescence differentially influence survival and reproduction in the Storm Petrel
N. Hernández, D. Oro, A. Sanz-Aguilar
Journal of Ornithology , Vol. 158. Pag. 113-123 (2017)
Sex- and age-dependent patterns of survival and breeding success in a long-lived endangered avian scavenger.
A. Sanz-Aguilar, A. Cortes-Avizanda, D. Serrano, G. Blanco, O. Ceballos, J.M. Grande, J.L. Tella, J.A. Donazar
Scientific Reports , Vol. 7. Pag. 40204- (2017)
The impact of Roman conquest on the pattern of livestock exploitation on the Balearic Islands
A. Valenzuela, M.A. Cau, J.A. Alcover
ARCHAEOFAUNA, International Journal of archaeozoology , Vol. 26. Pag. 125-140 (2017)
Modelling survival and breeding dispersal to unobservable nest sites.
G. Tavecchia, A. Sanz-Aguilar, B. Cannell,
WILDLIFE RESEARCH , Vol. 43. 5 Pag. 411-417 (2016)
Mitochondrial genome rearrangements at low taxonomic levels: three distinct mitogenome gene orders in the genus Pseudoniphargus (Crustacea : Amphipoda).
M. Stokkan, J.A. Jurado-Rivera, C. Juan, D. Jaume, J. Pons
Mitochondrial DNA , Vol. 7. 5 Pag. 3579-3589 (2016)
Climatic-driven vital rates do not always mean climate-driven population
G. Tavecchia, S. Tenan, R. Pradel, J.-M. Igual, M. Genovart, D. Oro
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY , Vol. 22. Pag. 3960- (2016)
Colony foundation in an oceanic seabird
I. Munilla, M. Genovart, V.H. Paiva, A. Velando
PLoS One , Vol. 11. 2 Pag. 0147222- (2016)
The complete mitochondrial genome of the cave shrimp Typhlatya miravetensis (Decapoda, Atyidae) and its systematic position
José A. Jurado-Rivera, Damià Jaume, Carlos Juan, Joan Pons
Mitochondrial DNA , Vol. 1. Pag. 847-848 (2016)