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2018Genetic non-invasive sampling (gNIS) as a cost-effective tool for monitoring elusive small mammalsFerreira, Clara; Sabino-Marques, Helena; Barbosa, Soraia; Costa, Pedro; Encarnação, Cláudia; Alpizar-Jara, Russell; Pita, Ricardo; Beja, Pedro; Mira, António; Searle, Jeremy; Paupério, Joana; Alves, Paulo Célio
2016Hierarchical spatial segregation of two Mediterranean vole species: the role of patch‑network structure and matrix compositionPita, Ricardo; Lambin, Xavier; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
16-Jul-2013Influence of Land Mosaic Composition and Structure on Patchy Populations: The Case of the Water Vole (Arvicola sapidus) in Mediterranean FarmlandPita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
2009Influence of landscape characteristics on carnivore diversity and abundance in Mediterranean farmlandPita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Moreira, Francisco; Morgado, Rui; Beja, Pedro
11-Dec-2019Landscape connectivity affects individual survival in unstable patch networks: the case of a freshwater turtle inhabiting temporary pondsSerrano, Filipe; Pita, Ricardo; Mota-Ferreira, Mário; Beja, Pedro; Segurado, Pedro
2017A metapopulation approach to predict species range shifts under different climate change and landscape connectivity scenariosMestre, Frederico; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro; Pita, Ricardo
2019Microtus cabreraeFernandes, Margarida; Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António
2014Microtus cabrerae (Rodentia: Cricetidae)Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
2018Mismatches between habitat preferences and risk avoidance for birds in intensive Mediterranean farmlandReino, Luis; Schindler, Stefan; Santana, Joana; Porto, Miguel; Morgado, Rui; Moreira, Francisco; Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Rotenberry, John; Beja, Pedro
2014Predators and livestock reduce bird nest survival in intensive Mediterranean farmlandBeja, Pedro; Schlinder, Stefan; Santana, Joana; Porto, Miguel; Morgado, Rui; Moreira, Francisco; Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Reino, Luis
Feb-2020Predicting Microhabitat Suitability for an Endangered Small Mammal Using Sentinel-2 DataValerio, Francesco; Ferreira, Eduardo; Godinho, Sérgio; Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Fernandes, Nelson; Santos, Sara M.
2013Revisión a nivel ibérico de la distribución del topillo de Cabrera o iberón, Iberomys cabrerae (Thomas, 1906)Garrido-Garcia, José; Rosário, Inês; Gisbert, Julio; García-Perea, Rosa; Cordero, Ana Isabel; López-Alabau, Antonio; Mathias, Maria da Luz; Mira, António; Pita, Ricardo; Santos, Sara M.; Sendra-Pérez, Ignacio; Vicente, Vicente; Soriguer, Ramón
15-Feb-2020Roads, forestry plantations and hedgerows affect badger occupancy in intensive Mediterranean farmlandPita, Ricardo; Morgado, Rui; Moreira, Francisco; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
2007Spatial population structure of the Cabrera vole in Mediterranean farmland: The relative role of patch and matrix effectsPita, Ricardo; Beja, Pedro; Mira, António
2010Spatial segregation of two vole species (Arvicola sapidus and Microtus cabrerae) within habitat patches in a highly fragmented farmland landscapePita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
3-Jan-2020Species traits, patch turnover and successional dynamics: when does intermediate disturbance favour metapopulation occupancy?Mestre, Frederico; Pita, Ricardo; Mira, António; Beja, Pedro
8-Jun-2017Synergistic effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on species range shifts and metapopulation persistenceMestre, Frederico Manuel Vaz Pontes Vitorino
15-May-2019The effect of habitat encroochment by roads on space use and movement patterns of an endangered voleFernandes, Nelson Horta
2005Uso do habitat e da paisagem pelo rato de cabrera (Microtus cabrerae,Thomas, 1906) em ecossistemas agrícolas: Implicações para a sua conservação / Habitat and landscape use by the Cabrera vole (Microtus cabrera, Thomas, 1906) in agricultural ecosystems: Implications for its conservationPita, Ricardo
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