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Population genetics of the main population of brown bears in southwest Asia
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Gap analysis and implications for seasonal management on a local scale
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European population trends and current conservation status of an endangered steppe-bird species: the Dupont’s lark Chersophilus duponti
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Potential changes in the distribution of Carnegiea gigantea under future scenarios
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Population trend inferred from aural surveys for calling anurans in Korea
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Dramatic decline and limited recovery of a green crab (Carcinus maenas) population in the Minas Basin, Canada after the summer of 2013
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Phylogeography of Swertia perennis in Europe based on cpDNA markers
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Urban waste disposal explains the distribution of Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) in an Amazonian metropolis: management implications for birdstrikes and urban planning
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Our new paper about Population genetics of bears in Turkey published today. #lifewithbears https://t.co/8TgUgLQjtS via fully Open Access @thePeerJ

Intensive aural surveys of the endangered Suweon Treefrog in S Korea suggest that human encroachment is having a signification impact of population size https://t.co/o8Ss5IAsxf @amarzee #frogs #conservation https://t.co/RIjHao4ssn

Our article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/auj40KEgAy #Biodiversity #Biogeography #EvolutionaryStudies #Taxonomy #Cyrtodactylus

I helped my dear friend Fabio Albuquerque to work on this paper titled "Potential changes in the distribution of Carnegiea gigantea under future scenarios". https://t.co/2hvsweAfhG

Our new article article has been published, open access, today in @thePeer ( https://t.co/BBcYxlvRwO ) @Julia_GCatasus @adri_bd84 @Gerard_Bota @JuanTraba @RevistaQuercus #ConservationBiology #Ecology #bird @LIFEprogramme @FBiodiversidad @FundacionBBVA

Dramatic decline and limited recovery of a green crab (Carcinus maenas) population in the Minas Basin, Canada after the summer of 2013 https://t.co/Oqck6TqIwh @thePeerJ https://t.co/9Ai7qYLsu6

See our study in https://t.co/ZKbReSdZta on how Urban waste (mis)management explains the distribution of avian scavengers in the Amazon’s largest city, by my PhD student Rafael Guerta, who tragically and very sadly passed away earlier this year. @UrbanEcosystems @ueaceec @ueaenv https://t.co/ER6TgnNq3g