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The last publications of Professor Pedro Pérez Olea:

“Spatially explicit estimation of occupancy, detection probability and survey effort needed to inform conservation planning” with Patricia Mateo-Tomás (Professor in Master in Global Environmental Change at IE), has been published in Diversity and Distributions.

“The importance of non-social and social information to select breeding habitat changes during the colonization process of a colonial long-lived species” with Patricia Mateo Tomás, has been published in Ibis.

“Effects of irrigation and landscape heterogeneity on butterfly diversity in Mediterranean farmlands” with Félix J. González, Sergio García and Patricia Mateo-Tomás, has been accepted for publication in Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.

“The Mediterranean Quercus pyrenaica oak forest: a new habitat for the capercaillie?” with González M. A.,  Robles L. and  Ena, V., has been published in Journal of Ornithology

“Estimating and Modelling Bias of the Hierarchical Partitioning Public-Domain Software: Implications in Environmental Management and Conservation” with Patricia Mateo-Tomás, De Frutos Á., has been published in PloS ONE

“Anticipating Knowledge to Inform Species Management: Predicting Spatially Explicit Habitat Suitability of a Colonial Vulture Spreading Its Range” with Patricia Mateo-Tomás, has been published in PloS ONE.

“La importancia ecológica de la trashumancia” with Patricia Mateo-Tomás, has been published in Investigación y Ciencia.

“Conflictos entre la agricultura y la  conservación de la biodiversidad: Las plagas de topillo en Castilla y León” with Viñuela J, Luque JJ, Fargallo JA, Paz, A and Mougeot, F., has been published in Agricultura Familiar en España.

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