Rafael Barrientos Yuste


  

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 Actualizado / Updated: 25/06/2018

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Universidad de Alcalá 
Departamento de Ciencias de la Vida - Área de Ecología
Edificio de Ciencias Campus Universitario
Carretera Madrid-Barcelona, km 33.6
E-28871 Alcalá de Henares, Madrid (España)





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Barrientos R,
Martins RC, Ascensão F, D'Amico M, Moreira F, Borda-de-Água L (2018) A review of searcher efficiency and carcass persistency in infrastructure-driven mortality assesment studies. Biological Conservation 222: 146-153. PDF Ap

Borda-de-Água L, Barrientos R, Beja P, Pereira HM (2017) Railway Ecology. Springer. 320 pp. Open Access

Barrientos R (2015) Camachuelo trompetero. Bucanetes githagineus. Enciclopedia Virtual de los Vertebrados Españoles. URL PDF

Barrientos R (2015) Adult sex-ratio distortion in the native European polecat is related to the expansion of the invasive American mink. Biological Conservation 186: 28-34. PDF Ap

Barrientos R, Kvist L, Barbosa A, Valera F, Khoury F, Varela S, Moreno E (2014) Refugia, colonization and diversification of an arid-adapted bird: coincident patterns between genetic data and ecological niche modelling. Molecular Ecology 23: 390-407. PDF Ap

Barrientos R, Miranda JD (2012) Can we explain regional abundance and road-kill patterns with variables derived from local-scale road-kill models? Evaluating transferability with the European polecat. Diversity and Distributions 18: 635-647. PDF  

Barrientos R, Alonso JC, Ponce C, Palacín C (2011) Meta-analysis of the effectiveness of marked wire in reducing avian collisions with power lines. Conservation Biology 25: 893-903. PDF Ap-S1 Ap-S2

Barrientos R, Kvist L, Barbosa A, Valera F, López-Iborra G, Moreno E (2009) Colonization patterns and genetic structure of peripheral populations of the trumpeter finch (Bucanetes githagineus) from Northwest Africa, the Canary Islands and the Iberian Peninsula. Journal of Biogeography 36: 210-219. PDF

 


     
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