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  1. Perino, A., Pereira, H.M., [..], Cortés-Avizanda,A.,[...] and Wheeler, H.C., 2019. Rewilding complex ecosystems. Science 364
  2. Rotger, A; Colomar, V; Moreno, JE; Parpal, L. 2019. Photo-identification of horseshoe whip snakes (Hemorrhois hippocrepis, Linnaeus, 1758) by a semi-automatic procedure applied to wildlife management.The Herpetological Journal 29:304-307.
  3. Expósito-Granados, M; Castro, AJ; Lozano, J; Aznar-Sánchez, JA; Carter, N; Requena-Mullor, J; Malo, AF; Olszańska, A; Morales-Reyes, Z; Moleón, M; Sánchez-Zapata, JA; Cortés-Avizanda, A; Fischer, J; Martin-López, B. 2019. Human-carnivore relations: conflicts, tolerance and coexistence in the American West. Science of the Total Environement, in press.
  4. Sanz-Aguilar, A.; Payo-Payo, A.; Rotger, A.; Yousfi, L.; Moutailler, S.; Beck, C.; Dumarest, M.; Igual, J.M.; Miranda, M.A.; Viñas Torres, M.; Picorelli, V.; Gamble, A.; Boulinier, T. 2019. Infestation of small seabirds by Ornithodoros maritimus ticks: effects on chick body condition, reproduction and associated infectious agents. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ttbdis.2019.101281
  5. Graciá, E.; Rodríguez-Caro, R.C.; Sanz-Aguilar, A.; Anadón, J.D.; Botella, F.; García-García, A.L.; Wiegand, T.; Giménez, A. 2020. Assessment of the key evolutionary traits that prevent extinctions in human-altered habitats using a spatially explicit individual-based model. Ecological Modelling 415
  6. Tenan, S., Pradel. R., Oro, D. and Tavecchia, G. 2019. Assessing the effect of density on population growth when modeling individual encounter data. Ecology 100(3):e02595. doi: 10.1002/ecy.2595
  7. Arrondo, E; Morales-Reyes, Z; Moleón, M; Cortés-Avizanda, A; Donázar, JA; Sánchez-Zapata, JA. 2019. Rewilding traditional grazing areas affects scavenger assemblages and carcass consumption patterns. Basic and Applied Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2019.10.006.
  8. Senar JC ; Arroyo LL ;Ortega-Segalerva A ;Carrillo JG ;Tomas X ;Montalvo T ;Sanz-Aguilar A. 2019. Estimating age dependent survival when juveniles resemble females: invasive ring-necked parakeets as an example. Ecology and Evolution 9: 891-898
  9. Martínez C ; Roscales JL ; Sanz-Aguilar A ; González-Solís J. 2019. Inferring the wintering distribution of the mediterranean populations of European storm petrel (Hydrobates pelagicus ssp melitensis) from stable isotope analysis and observational field data. Ardeola 66:13-32. DOI: 10.13157/arla.66.1.2019.ra2
  10. Sanz-Aguilar A; Pradel R ;Tavecchia G. 2019. Age-dependent capture-recapture models and unequal time intervals. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 42:91-98.
  11. Badia-Boher, J.; Sanz-Aguilar, A.; de la Riva, M.; Gangoso, L.; van Overveld, T.; García-Alfonso, M.; Luzardo, O.; Suarez-Pérez, A.; Donázar, J.A. 2019. Evaluating European LIFE conservation projects: improvements in survival of an endangered vulture. Journal of Applied Ecology
  12. Rodríguez-Caro,R.C.; Wiegand, T.; White, E.R.;Sanz-Aguilar, A.; Giménez,A.;Graciá,E.; van Benthem,K.J.; Anadón,J.D. 2019. A low cost approach to estimate demographic rates using inverse modeling. Biological Conservation 237:358-365 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.07.011.
  13. Lozano, J.; Olszaska,A.; Morales-Reyes, Z.; Castro, A.A.; Malo, A.F.; Moleón, M.; Sánchez-Zapata, J.A.;Cortés-Avizanda, A.; von Wehrden,H.; Dorresteijn,I.; Kansky,R.; Fischer,J.; Martín-López,B. 2019. Human-carnivore relations: A systematic review. Biological Conservation 237: 480-492 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.07.002.
  14. Luna, A.; Palma, A.; Sanz-Aguilar, A.; Tella, J.L.; Carrete, M. 2019. Personality-dependent breeding dispersal in rural but not urban burrowing owls. Scientific Reports 9:2886.
  15. Rodríguez A; Arcos JM; Bretagnolle V; Dias MP; HolmesND; Louzao M; Provencher; Raine AF; Ramírez F; Rodríguez B; Ronconi RA; Taylor RS; Bonnaud E; Borrelle S; Cortés V; Descamps S; Friesen VL; Genovart M; Hedd A; Hodum P; Humphries G; Le Corre M; Lebarbenchon C; Martin R; Melvin EF; Montevecchi WA; Pinet P; Pollet IL; Ramos R; Russell JC; Ryan PG; Sanz-Aguilar A; Spatz D; Travers M; Votier S; Wanless R; Woehler E; Chiaradia A. 2019. Future Directions in Conservation Research on Petrels and Shearwaters. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:94
  16. Corlatti, L., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Tavecchia, G., Giugiatti A., and Pedrotti, L., 2019 Unrevelling the sex- and age-specific impact of poaching mortality with multievent modeling. Frontiers in Zoology, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12983-019-0321-1
  17. Santamaría, S., Enoksen, C. A., Olsen, J., Tavecchia, G., Rotger, A., Igual, J.M. and Traveset A. 2019. Diet composition of the lizard Podarcis lilfordi (Lacertidae) on two small islands: an individual-resource network approach. Current Zoology, https://doi.org/10.1093/cz/zoz028
  18. Sebastián-González, E., [...], Cortés-Avizanda, A., [...] 2019. Scavenging in the Anthropocene: human impact drives vertebrate scavenger species richness at a global scale. Global Change Biology https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14708
  19. Sergio F, Tanferna A, Chicano J, Blas J, Tavecchia G, Hiraldo F. 2019 Protected areas under pressure: decline, redistribution, local eradication and projected extinction of a threatened predator, the red kite, in Doñana National Park, Spain Endangered Species Research. 38: 189-204
  20. Blanco, G., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Frias, Ó., Arrondo, E., Donázar, J.A. 2019 Livestock farming practices modulate vulture diet-disease interactions Global Ecology and Conservation. doi: 10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00518
  21. Payo-Payo A., Genovart M., Sanz-Aguilar A., Greño J., García-Tarrasón M., Bertolero A., Piccardo J., Oro D. 2018. Colonisation in social species: the importance of breeding experience for dispersal in overcoming information barriers. Scientific reports 7:42866.
  22. Arrondo, E., Moleón, M., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Jiménez, J., Beja, P., Sánchez-Zapata, J.A., Donázar, J.A. 2018. Invisible barriers: Differential sanitary regulations constrain vulture movements across country borders. Biological Conservation 219:46-52.
  23. Payo-Payo, A; Sanz-Aguilar, A; Gaglio, D; Sherley, RB; Cook TR; Altwegg, R; Ryan, PG. 2018. Survival estimates of Greater Crested Terns (Thalasseus bergii) in southern Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 40: 43-50
  24. Payo-Payo, A; Sanz-Aguilar, A; Genovart, M; Bertolero, A; Piccardo, J; Camps, D; Ruiz-Olmo, J ;Oro, D. 2018. Predator arrival elicits differential dispersal, change in age structure and reproductive performance in a prey population. Scientific Reports 8: 1971 doi:10.1038/s41598-018-20333-0
  25. Donázar, J.A.; Ceballos, O; Cortés-Avizanda, A. 2018. Tourism in protected areas: Disentangling road and traffic effects on intra-guild scavenging processes. Science of The Total Environment 630: 600-608.
  26. Cortés-Avizanda, A.; Martín-López, B.; Ceballos, O.; Pereira, H.M . 2018. Stakeholders perceptions of the endangered Egyptian vulture: insights for conservation. Biological Conservation 218: 173-180.
  27. García-Barón, I.; Cortés-Avizanda, A.; Verburg, P.H.; Marques, T. A.; Moreno-Opo, R.; Pereira, H.M.; Donázar, J.A. 2018 How to fit the distribution of apex scavengers into land‐abandonmentscenarios? The Cinereous vulture in the Mediterranean biome. Diversity and Distributions DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12743
  28. Garcias, P.J.; Tavecchia, G. 2018. Apparent survival and long-term population growth rate of the Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus in Mallorca archipelago, Spain. Ardeola 65: 59-68.
  29. Sanz-Aguilar, A.; Rosselló, R.; Bengoa, M.; Ruiz-Pérez, M.; González-Calleja, M.; Barceló, C.; Borrás, D.; Paredes- Esquivel, C.; Miranda, M.A.; Tavecchia, G. 2018. Water associated to residential areas and tourist resorts is the key predictor of Assian tiger mosquito presence on a Mediterranean island. Medical and Veterinary Entomology DOI: 10.1111/mve.12317
  30. Keogan, K., Daunt, F., Wanless, S., Phillips, R. A., Walling, C. A., Agnew, P., … Lewis, S. 2018. Global phenological insensitivity to shifting ocean temperatures among seabirds. Nature Climate Change 8(4): 313–318. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0115-z
  31. Genovart, M. Becares, J., Igual, J.M., Martínez-Abraín, A., Escandell, R., Sánchez, A., Rodríguez, B., Arcos, J.M., Oro, D. 2018. Differential adult survival at close seabird colonies: the importance of spatial foraging segregation and bycatch risk during the breeding season. Global Change Biology 24:1279-1290 https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13997
  32. Tavecchia, G., Miranda, M.-A., Borrás, D., Bengoa, M., Barceló, C., Paredes-Esquivel, C., Schwarz, C. 2017. Modelling the range expansion of the Tiger mosquito in a Mediterranean Island accounting for imperfect detection. Frontiers in Zoology 14:39-49.
  33. Garnier, R., Ramos, R., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Poisbleau, M., Weimerskirch, H., Burthe, S., Tornos, J., Boulinier, T. 2017. Interpreting ELISA analyses from wild animal samples: some recurrent issues and solutions. Functional Ecology 31: 2255-2262.
  34. Santidrian Tomillo, P., Robinson, N. J., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Spotila, J. R., Paladino, F. V., Tavecchia, G. 2017. High and variable mortality of leatherback turtles reveal possible anthropogenic impacts. Ecology 98(8):2170-2179.
  35. Tenan, S., Fasola, M., Volponi, S., Tavecchia, G. 2017. Conspecific and not performance-based attraction on immigrants drives colony growth in a waterbird. Journal of Animal Ecology 86:1074-1081.
  36. Bastianelli, G., Tavecchia, G., Meléndez, L. Seoane, J., Obeso, J. R., Laiolo, P. 2017.Surviving at high elevations: an inter- and intra-specific analysis in a mountain bird community Oecologia 184:293-303.
  37. Genovart, M., Doak, D., Igual, J.M., Sponza, S. Kralj, J., Oro, D. 2017. Varying demographic impacts of different fisheries on three Mediterranean seabird species. Global Change Biology 23: 3012-2029.
  38. Real, E., Oro, D., Martínez-Abraín, A., Igual, J. M., Bertolero, A., Bosch, M., Tavecchia, G. 2017. Predictable anthropogenic food subsidies, density-dependence and socio-economic factors influence breeding investment in a generalist seabird. Journal of Avian Biology 48:1-9.
  39. Pinya, S., Tavecchia, G., Pérez-Mellado, V. 2017. Population model of an endangered amphibian: implications for conservation management. Endangered Species Research 34:123-130.
  40. Matovic, N., Cadiou, B., Oro, D., Sanz-Aguilar, A. 2017. Disentangling the effects of predation and oceanographic fluctuations in the mortality of two allopatric seabird populations Population Ecology 59:225-238.
  41. Payo-Payo A., Genovart M., Sanz-Aguilar A., Greño J., García-Tarrasón M., Bertolero A., Piccardo J., Oro D. 2017. Colonisation in social species: the importance of breeding experience for dispersal in overcoming information barriers. Scientific reports, 7:42866.
  42. Sanz-Aguilar A., Cortes-Avizanda A., Serrano D., Blanco G., Ceballos O., Grande J.M., Tella J.L., Donazar J.A. 2017. Sex- and age-dependent patterns of survival and breeding success in a long-lived endangered avian scavenger. Scientific reports, 7:40204.
  43. Hernández N., Oro D., Sanz-Aguilar A. 2017. Environmental conditions, age, and senescence differentially influence survival and reproduction in the Storm Petrel. Journal of Ornithology 158:113-123.
  44. Morales-Reyes, Z., Pérez-García, Jm, Moleón, M, Botella, Carrete, M., Donázar, J. A., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Arrondo, E., Moreno-Opo, R., Jiménez, J., Margalida, A., Sánchez-Zapata, J. A. 2017. Evaluation of the network of protection areas for the feeding of scavengers in Spain: from biodiversity conservation to greenhouse gas emission savings. Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 1120-1129.
  45. Tavecchia, G., Tenan, S., Pradel, R., Igual, J.-M. Genovart, M., Oro, D. 2016. Climatic-driven vital rates do not always mean climate-driven population. Global Change Biology 22: 3960-3966.
  46. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Igual, J.M., Oro, D., Genovart, M., Tavecchia G.  2016 Estimating recruitment and survival in partially-monitored populations Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 73-82 **Article selected for the virtual issue” Demography Behind the Population” from the British Ecological Society that highlights the interdisciplinary nature of the field.
  47. Rotger, A., Igual, J. M., Smith, J. J., Tavecchia G. 2016. The relative role of population density and climatic factors in shaping the body growth rate of the balearic wall lizard (Podarcis lilfordi). Canadian Journal of Zoology 94:207-215.
  48. Di Maggio, R., Campobello, D. Tavecchia, G., Sará M. 2016. Habitat- and density-dependent demography of a colonial raptor in Mediterranean agro-ecosystems. Biological Conservation 193:116-123.
  49. Tavecchia, G., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Cannell, B. 2016. Modelling survival and breeding dispersal to unobservable nest sites. Wildlife Research 43: 411–417.
  50. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Igual, J.M., Tavecchia, G., Genovart, M, Oro, D. 2016. When immigration mask threats: The rescue effect of a Scopoli’s shearwater colony in the Western Mediterranean as a case study. Biological Conservation 198: 33–36.
  51. Ramírez, F., Afán, I., Tavecchia, G., Catalán, I.A., Oro, D., Sanz-Aguilar, A. 2016. Oceanographic drivers and mistiming processes shape breeding success in a seabird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 283: 20152287.
  52. Cortés-Avizanda, A., Pereira H.M. 2016. Rewilding: Vulture restaurants cheat ecosystems. Nature 540: 525-525.
  53. Donázar, Ja, Cortés-Avizanda, A, Fargallo, Ja, Margalida, A, Moleón, M., Morales-Reyes, Z., Moreno-Opo, R., Pérez-García, J.M., Sánchez-Zapata, J.A., Zuberogoitia, I., Serrano, D. 2016. Roles of raptors in a changing world: from flagships to providers of key ecosystem services Ardeola 63:181-234.
  54. Cortés-Avizanda, A., Blanco, G., Devault, Tl, Markandya, A, Virani, M.Z., Brandt, J., Donázar, J.A. 2016. Supplementary feeding and endangered avian scavengers: benefits, caveats, and controversies. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14: 191-199.
  55. Fernández-Bellon, D., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Arenas, R., Donázar, J.A. 2016. Density-dependent productivity in a colonial vulture at two spatial scales. Ecology 97: 406-416.
  56. Sanz-Aguilar, A., De Pablo, F, Donázar, J.A. 2015. Age-dependent survival of island vs. mainland populations of two avian scavengers: delving into migration costs. Oecologia, 179:405–414.
  57. Payo-Payo, A., Oro, D., Igual, J.M., Jover, L., Sanpera, C., Tavecchia, G. 2015. Population control of an overabundant species achieved through consecutive anthropogenic perturbations. Ecological Applications 8:2228-2239.
  58. Steigerwald, E. C., Igual, J.M, Payo-Payo, A., Tavecchia, G. 2015. Effects of decreased anthropogenic food availability on an opportunistic gull: evidence for a size-mediated response in breeding females. Ibis 157:439-448.
  59. Chambert, T., Kendall, W. L., Hines, J. E., Nichols, J. D., Pedrini, P., Waddle, J. H., Tavecchia, G., Walls, S.C., Tenan, S. 2015. Testing hypotheses on distribution shifts and changes in phenology of imperfectly detectable species. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:638-687.
  60. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Jovani, R., Melián, C. J., Pradel, R., Tella, J.L. 2015. Multievent capture-recapture analysis reveals individual foraging specialisation in a generalist species. Ecology 96:1650-1660.
  61. Moya, O., Mansilla, P.L., Madrazo, S., Igual, J.M., Rotger, A., Romano, A., Tavecchia, G. 2015. APHIS: A new software for photo-matching in ecological studies. Ecological Informatics, 27:64–70.
  62. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Sánchez-Zapata, J.A., Carrete, M., Ramón, J., Ávila, E., Arenas, R., Donázar, J.A. 2015. Action on multiple fronts, illegal poisoning and wind farm planning, is required to reverse the decline of the Egyptian vulture in southern Spain. Biological Conservation 187: 10–18.
  63. Rebolo-Ifrán, N., Carrete, M., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Rodríguez-Martínez, S., Cabezas, S., Marchant, T., Bortolottu, G., Tella, J.L. 2015. Links between fear of humans, stress and survival support a non-random distribution of birds among urban and rural habitats. Scientific Reports 5:13723.
  64. Dell'ariccia, G., Blanc L, Bonadonna, F., Sanz-Aguilar, A. 2015. Mediterranean storm petrels rely on nest position for homing after migration: a test with artificial nest boxes. Animal Behaviour 107: 97-104.
  65. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Carrete, M., Edelaar, P., Potti, J., Tella, J.L. 2015. The empty temporal niche: breeding phenology differs between coexisting native and invasive birds. Biological Invasions 17: 3275-3288.
  66. Sergio, F., Tavecchia, G., Tanferna, A., López Jiménez, L., Blas, J., De Stephanis, R., Marchant, T.A., Kumar, N., Hiraldo, F. 2015. No effect of satellite tagging on survival, recruitment, longevity, productivity and social dominance of a raptor, and the provisioning and condition of its offspring. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 1665-1675.
  67. Pérez-Mellado, V., Garcia-Diez, T., Hernández-Estévez, J.A., Tavecchia, G. 2015 Behavioural processes, ephemeral resources and spring population dynamics of an insular lizard, Podarcis lilfordi (Squamata: Lacertidae). Italian Journal of Zoology 82: 556-564.
  68. Cortés-Avizanda, A., Colomer, M.A., Margalida, A., Ceballos, O., Donázar, J.A. 2015. Modeling the consequences of the demise and potential recovery of a keystone-species: wild rabbits and avian scavengers in Mediterranean landscapes. Scientific Reports 5: 17033.
  69. Arrondo, E., Cortes-Avizada, A., Donázar, J.A. 2015.Temporally unpredictable supplementary feeding may benefit endangered scavengers. Ibis 157. 648–651.
  70. Sergio, F., Tanferna, A., De Stephanis, R., López-Jiménez, L., Blas, J., Tavecchia, G., Preatoni, D., Hiraldo, F. 2014. Individual improvements and selective mortality shape lifelong migratory performance. Nature 515:410-413.
  71. Tenan, S., Pradel, R., Tavecchia, G., Igual, J.M., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Genovart M., Oro, D. 2014. Hierarchical modelling of population growth rate from individual capture–recapture data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 606-614.
  72. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Tavecchia, G., Afán, I., Ramírez, F., Doxa, A., Bertolero, A., Gutiérrez-Expósito, C., Forero, M.G., Oro, D. 2014. Living on the Edge: Demography of the Slender-Billed Gull in the Western Mediterranean. PLoS ONE 9 (3): e92674.
  73. Tenan, S., O’hara, R. B., Hendriks, I., Tavecchia, G. 2014. Bayesian Model Selection: The Steepest Mountain to Climb. Ecological Modelling 283: 62–69.
  74. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Anadón, J.D., Edelaar, P., Carrete, M., Tella, J.L. 2014. Can establishment success be determined through demographic parameters? A case study on five introduced bird species. PLoS ONE 9: e110019.
  75. Cortés-Avizanda, A, Jovani, R, Donázar, J.A., Grimm, V. 2014. Bird sky networks: How do avian scavengers use social information to find carrion? Ecology 95: 1799-1808.
  76. Ruiz De Infante Antón, J., Rotger, A., Igual, J.M., Tavecchia, G. 2013. Estimating lizard population density: an empirical comparison between line transect and capture-recapture methods. Wildlife Research 40: 552-560.
  77. Oro, D., Genovart, M., Tavecchia, G., Fowler, M.S., Martínez-Abraín, A. 2013. Ecological and evolutionary implications of food subsidies from humans. Ecology Letters 16: 1501-1514.
  78. Genovart, M., Sanz-Aguilar, A., Fernández-Chacón, A., Igual, J.M., Pradel, R., Forero, M.G., Oro, D. 2013. Contrasting effects of climatic variability on the demography of a trans-equatorial migratory seabird. Journal of Animal Ecology 82: 121-130.
  79. Genovart, M., Tavecchia, G., Ensenyat, J.J., Laiolo, P. 2013. Holding up a mirror to the society: children recognize exotic species much more than local ones. Biological Conservation 159: 484-489.
  80. Fernandez-Chacón, A., Genovart, M., Pradel, R., Tavecchia, G., Bertolero, A., Piccardo, J., Forero, M.G, Afan, I., Muntaner, J., Oro, D. 2013. When to stay, when to disperse and where to go: survival and dispersal patterns in a spatially structured seabird population. Ecography 36: 1-10.
  81. Carboneras, C., Tavecchia, G., Genovart, M., Requena, S., Olivé, M., Oro, D. 2013. Inferring geographic origin, population structure and migration routes of a wintering population of Mediterranean gulls from resightings data. Population Ecology 55: 345-351.
  82. Hendriks, I.E. Tenan, S., Tavecchia, G., Marbà, N., Jordà, G., Deudero, S., Álvarez, E., Duarte, C. M. 2013. Recreational tourism structures coastal populations of the largest Mediterranean bivalve. Biological Conservation 160: 105-113
  83. Genovart, M., Thibault, J-C, Igual, J.M., Bauzà-Ribot, Mdm., Rabouam, C., Bretagnolle, V. 2013. Population structure and dispersal patterns within and between Atlantic and Mediterranean populations of a large-range pelagic seabird. PLoS ONE 8: e70711.
  84. Igual, J.M., Oro, D., Tavecchia, G. 2013. The biparental pattern of incubation and its relationship to food availability in the Yellow-Legged Gull Larus michahellis. Ardeola 60: 365-370.
  85. Tenan, S., Rotger, A., Igual, J.M., Moya, J., Royle, A., Tavecchia, G. 2013. Population abundante, size structure and sex-ratio in a insular lizard. Ecological Modelling 267: 39-47.
  86. Choquet R, Sanz-Aguilar A, Doligez B, Nogué E, Pradel R, Gustafsson L & Gimenez O. 2013. Estimating demographic parameters from capture–recapture data with dependence among individuals within clusters. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 474-482.
  87. García-Heras, Ms, Cortés-Avizanda, A, Donázar J.A. 2013. Who Are We Feeding? Asymmetric Individual Use of Surplus Food Resources in an Insular Population of the Endangered Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus PLOS ONE 8: e80523.
  88. Sebastián-González, E., Sánchez-Zapata, J.A., Donázar, J.A., Selva, N, Cortés-Avizanda, A., Hiraldo, F., Blázquez, M., Botella, F., Moleón, M.  2013. Interactive effects of obligate scavengers and scavenger community richness on lagomorph carcass consumption patterns. Ibis 155: 881-885.
  89. Martínez-Jauregui, M., Tavecchia, G., Cedenilla, M. A., Coulson, T., Fernández De Larrinoa, P, Muñoz, M., González, L. M. 2012. Population resilience of the Mediterranean monk seal Monachus monachus at Cabo Blanco peninsula. Marine Ecology - Progress Series 461: 273-281.
  90. Martínez-Abraín, A., Tavecchia, G., Regan H., Jiménez, J., Surroca, M., Oro, D. 2012. Effects of wind farms and food scarcity on a large scavenging bird species following an epidemic of bovine spongiform encephalopaty. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 109-117.
  91. Tavecchia, G., Adrover, J., Navarro, A.M., Pradel, R., 2012. Modelling mortality causes in longitudinal data in the presence of tag loss: Application to raptor poisoning and electrocution. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:297-305.
  92. Sanz-Aguilar, A., Mínguez, E., Oro, D. 2012. Is laying a large egg expensive? Female-biased cost of first reproduction in a petrel. Auk 129: 510-516.
  93. Libois, E., Gimenez, O., Oro, D., Mínguez, E., Pradel, R., Sanz-Aguilar, A. 2012. Nest boxes: a successful management tool for the conservation of an endangered seabird. Biological Conservation 155: 39-43.
  94. Tenan S., Adrover J., Muñoz Navarro A., Sergio F., Tavecchia G. 2012. Demographic Consequences of Poison-Related Mortality in a Threatened Bird of Prey. PLoS ONE 7(11): e49187.
  95. Hendriks, I., Deudero S., Tavecchia, G. 2012. Recapture probability underwater: predicting the detection of the threatened noble pen shell in seagrass meadows. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 10:824-831.
  96. Selva, N, Hobson, KA, Cortés-Avizanda, A, Zalewski, A, Donázar, J.A. 2012. Mast Pulses Shape Trophic Interactions between Fluctuating Rodent Populations in a Primeval Forest. PloS one 7 (12): e51267.
  97. Cortés-Avizanda, A., Jovani, R., Carrete, M., Donázar, J.A. 2012. Resource unpredictability promotes species diversity and coexistence in an avian scavenger guild: a field experiment. Ecology 93 (12), 2570-2579.
  98. Carrete, M, Bortolotti, GR, Sánchez-Zapata, JA, Delgado, A., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Grande, J. M., Donázar, J.A. 2012. Stressful conditions experienced by endangered Egyptian vultures on African wintering areas. Animal Conservation 16:353-358.
  99. Bonadonna, F., Sanz-Aguilar, A. 2012.  Kin recognition and inbreeding avoidance in wild birds: the first evidence for individual kin-related odour recognition. Animal Behavior 94: 509-513.
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