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Ainara Cortes Avizanda

Emergia (Posdoct. J.A.)
Tipo Año Título Fuente
Artículo2024 Levels of persistent organic pollutants (PoPs) and the role of anthropic subsidies in the diet of avian scavengers tracked by stable isotopes ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
Artículo2024 Mammal communities of primeval forests as sentinels of global change GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2023 From Pyrenees to Andes: the relationship between transhumant livestock and vultures BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2023 Hidden effects of high numbers of tourists in protected areas: displacement of foraging top scavengers IBIS
Artículo2023 Insularity determines nestling sex ratio variation in Egyptian vulture populations ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
Artículo2023 Key Factors behind the Dynamic Stability of Pairs of Egyptian Vultures in Continental Spain Animals
Artículo2023 Large-scale movement patterns in a social vulture are influenced by seasonality, sex, and breeding region ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
Artículo2023 Large-Scale Quantification and Correlates of Ungulate Carrion Production in the Anthropocene ECOSYSTEMS
Artículo2023 Resource predictability modulates spatial-use networks in an endangered scavenger species Movement Ecology
Artículo2023 Vulture culture: dietary specialization of an obligate scavenger PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Artículo2022 Apex scavengers from different European populations converge at threatened savannah landscapes Scientific reports
Artículo2022 Food subsidies shape age structure in a top avian scavenger Avian Conservation and Ecology
Artículo2022 Importancia de las dehesas ibéricas para el buitre leonado Quercus
Revisión2022 Past, present and future of the ecosystem services provided by cetacean carcasses Ecosystem Services
Artículo2022 Social actors' perceptions of wildlife: Insights for the conservation of species in Mediterranean protected areas AMBIO
Artículo2022 Vultures feeding on the dark side: current sanitary regulations may not be enough BIRD CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL
Artículo2021 Avian scavengers living in anthropized landscapes have shorter telomeres and higher levels of glucocorticoid hormones SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
Artículo2021 Ecosystem service mapping needs to capture more effectively the biodiversity important for service supply Ecosystem Services
Artículo2021 Functional traits driving species role in the structure of terrestrial vertebrate scavenger networks ECOLOGY
Artículo2021 La llegada del buitre leonado a Mallorca Quercus
Editorial2021 New arrivals: natural colonization of an island by a large vertebrate FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Artículo2021 Phenotypic and environmental correlates of natal dispersal in a long-lived territorial vulture Scientific reports
Artículo2021 Presumed killers? Vultures, stakeholders, misperceptions, and fake news CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
Artículo2021 Use of avian GPS tracking to mitigate human fatalities from bird strikes caused by large soaring birds JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
Artículo2020 Distribution of avian scavengers inside and outside of protected areas: contrasting patterns between two areas of Spain and South Africa BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
Artículo2020 Dust and bullets: Stable isotopes and GPS tracking disentangle lead sources for a large avian scavenger ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
Artículo2020 Epizootics and sanitary regulations drive long-term changes in fledgling body condition of a threatened vulture ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS
Artículo2020 Landscape anthropization shapes the survival of a top avian scavenger BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
Artículo2020 Network structure of vertebrate scavenger assemblages at the global scale: drivers and ecosystem functioning implications Ecography
Artículo2020 Rewilding processes shape the use of Mediterranean landscapes by an avian top scavenger Scientific reports
Capítulo2019 CArrion availability in space and time Carrion ecology and management
Revisión2019 Human-carnivore relations: A systematic review BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
Revisión2019 Human-carnivore relations: conflicts, tolerance and coexistence in the American West ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS
Artículo2019 Livestock farming practices modulate vulture diet-disease interactions GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION
Revisión2019 Rewilding complex ecosystems SCIENCE
Artículo2019 Rewilding traditional grazing areas affects scavenger assemblages and carcass consumption patterns BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
Artículo2019 Scavenging in the Anthropocene: Human impact drives vertebrate scavenger species richness at a global scale GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Artículo2018 ¿Sirve la percepción social para conservar al alimoche? Quercus
Artículo2018 How to fit the distribution of apex scavengers into land-abandonment scenarios? The Cinereous vulture in the Mediterranean biome DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS
Artículo2018 Invisible barriers: Differential sanitary regulations constrain vulture movements across country borders BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2018 Stakeholders perceptions of the endangered Egyptian vulture: Insights for conservation BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2018 Tourism in protected areas: Disentangling road and traffic effects on intra-guild scavenging processes SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
Artículo2017 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
Artículo2017 Sex- and age-dependent patterns of survival and breeding success in a long-lived endangered avian scavenger Scientific reports
Artículo2017 Sobre turismo, veneno y alimoches en Bardenas Reales Quercus
Artículo2016 Density-dependent productivity in a colonial vulture at two spatial scales ECOLOGY
Revisión2016 Roles of raptors in a changing world: from flagships to providers of key ecosystem services ARDEOLA
Revisión2016 Supplementary feeding and endangered avian scavengers: benefits, caveats, and controversies FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Letter2016 Vulture restaurants cheat ecosystems NATURE
Artículo2015 Modeling the consequences of the demise and potential recovery of a keystone-species: wild rabbits and avian scavengers in Mediterranean landscapes Scientific reports
Artículo2015 Temporally unpredictable supplementary feeding may benefit endangered scavengers IBIS
Capítulo2015 Top scavengers in a wilder Europe Rewilding European Landscapes
Artículo2014 Bird sky networks: How do avian scavengers use social information to find carrion? ECOLOGY
Artículo2013 Interactive effects of obligate scavengers and scavenger community richness on lagomorph carcass consumption patterns IBIS
Corrección2013 Stress associated with group living in a long-lived bird (Retraction of vol 7, pg 608, 2011) BIOLOGY LETTERS
Artículo2013 Stressful conditions experienced by endangered Egyptian vultures on African wintering areas ANIMAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2013 Who Are We Feeding? Asymmetric Individual Use of Surplus Food Resources in an Insular Population of the Endangered Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus PLOS ONE
Artículo2012 Expression of concern. Stress associated with group living in a long-lived bird. BIOLOGY LETTERS
Artículo2012 Mast Pulses Shape Trophic Interactions between Fluctuating Rodent Populations in a Primeval Forest PLOS ONE
Artículo2012 Resource unpredictability promotes species diversity and coexistence in an avian scavenger guild: a field experiment ECOLOGY
Artículo2011 Efectos ecológicos y de conservación de la predecibilidad en los recursos tróficos: carroñas y comunidades de vertebrados: Resumen Etologuía: boletín de la Sociedad Española de Etología
Artículo2011 Misleading Population Estimates: Biases and Consistency of Visual Surveys and Matrix Modelling in the Endangered Bearded Vulture PLOS ONE
Artículo2011 Spatial Heterogeneity in Resource Distribution Promotes Facultative Sociality in Two Trans-Saharan Migratory Birds PLOS ONE
Artículo2011 Stress associated with group living in a long-lived bird (Retracted article. See vol. 9, 20121184, 2013) BIOLOGY LETTERS
Artículo2010 Dietary shifts in two vultures after the demise of supplementary feeding stations: consequences of the EU sanitary legislation EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE RESEARCH
Letter2010 First case of albinism in Egyptian vultures JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
Artículo2010 Managing supplementary feeding for avian scavengers: Guidelines for optimal design using ecological criteria BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2009 ¿Dónde ubicar un muladar? Quercus
Artículo2009 Carcasses increase the probability of predation of ground-nesting birds: a caveat regarding the conservation value of vulture restaurants ANIMAL CONSERVATION
Artículo2009 Efectos de carroñas y "muladares" sobre comunidades y ecosistemas Munibe. Suplemento
Artículo2009 Efectos de la creación de un muladar en la conservación de una población alimoche "Neophron percnopterus" en Andalucía (Sur de España) Munibe. Suplemento
Artículo2009 Effects of carrion resources on herbivore spatial distribution are mediated by facultative scavengers BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
Artículo2009 El papel de la predecibilidad de los recursos tróficos en la estructura de los gremios de carroñeros Munibe. Suplemento
Artículo2009 Long-term trends in population size and breeding success in the Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in Northern Spain JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
Artículo2008 Las Bardenas Reales pierden sus alimoches por culpa del veneno Quercus
Artículo2007 Factors influencing the breeding density of bearded vultures, Egyptian vultures and Eurasian griffon vultures in Catalonia (NE Spain): Management implications Animal Biodiversity and Conservation

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Proyectos de Investigación

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01/01/2022 31/05/2023 Responsable Large-Scale experimental approach to the complexity of carrion ecology an management in the anthropocene: from intra and inter-kingdoms arms-race to biodiversity and sanitary challenges (US-1380940) Consejería de Economía, Conocimiento, Empresas y Universidad (Autonómico)
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