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Mariano Rodríguez Recio
Mariano Rodríguez Recio
Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution Dept. Faculty of Biological Sc. Complutense Univ. of Madrid
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Lightweight GPS-tags, one giant leap for wildlife tracking? An assessment approach
MR Recio, R Mathieu, P Denys, P Sirguey, PJ Seddon
PloS one 6 (12), 2011
1602011
The importance of urban gardens in supporting children's biophilia
KL Hand, C Freeman, PJ Seddon, MR Recio, A Stein, Y van Heezik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), 274-279, 2017
1492017
First results of feral cats (Felis catus) monitored with GPS collars in New Zealand
MR Recio, R Mathieu, R Maloney, PJ Seddon
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 288-296, 2010
972010
Restricted home ranges reduce children’s opportunities to connect to nature: Demographic, environmental and parental influences
KL Hand, C Freeman, PJ Seddon, MR Recio, A Stein, Y van Heezik
Landscape and Urban Planning 172, 69-77, 2018
582018
Understanding determinants of home range behaviour of feral cats as introduced apex predators in insular ecosystems: a spatial approach
MR Recio, PJ Seddon
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67, 1971-1981, 2013
512013
Stone marten (Martes foina Erxleben, 1777) use of different Landscape types in the mountains of central Spain.
E Virgós, MR Recio, Y Cortes
Mammalian Biology-Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde 65 (6), 375-379, 2000
342000
Quantifying fine-scale resource selection by introduced European hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) in ecologically sensitive areas
MR Recio, R Mathieu, MC Latham, ADM Latham, PJ Seddon
Biological invasions 15 (8), 1807-1818, 2013
332013
Quantifying fine-scale resource selection by introduced feral cats to complement management decision-making in ecologically sensitive areas
MR Recio, R Mathieu, E Virgós, PJ Seddon
Biological Invasions 16, 1915-1927, 2014
312014
Predictive niche modelling to identify potential areas of conflicts between human activities and expanding predator populations: a case study of game management and the grey …
MR Recio, E Virgós
Wildlife research 37 (4), 343-354, 2010
312010
Niche and movement modeling identify corridors of feral cats infringing ecologically sensitive areas in New Zealand
MR Recio, PJ Seddon, A Moore
Biological Conservation 192, 48-56, 2015
302015
Understanding home range behaviour and resource selection of invasive common brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) in urban environments
AL Adams, MR Recio, BC Robertson, KJM Dickinson, Y van Heezik
Biological Invasions 16, 1791-1804, 2014
282014
Reintroduction modelling: A guide to choosing and combining models for species reintroductions
J Hunter‐Ayad, R Ohlemüller, MR Recio, PJ Seddon
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (7), 1233-1243, 2020
272020
Changes in Mediterranean mesocarnivore communities along urban and ex-urban gradients
MR Recio, CM Arija, S Cabezas-Díaz, E Virgós
Current Zoology 61 (5), 793–801, 2015
252015
Emblematic forest dwellers reintroduced into cities: Resource selection by translocated juvenile kaka
MR Recio, K Payne, PJ Seddon
Current Zoology 64, 2016
232016
Landscape resource mapping for wildlife research using very high resolution satellite imagery
MR Recio, R Mathieu, GB Hall, AB Moore, PJ Seddon
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (10), 982-992, 2013
222013
Design of a GPS backpack to track European hedgehogs Erinaceus europaeus
MR Recio, R Mathieu, PJ Seddon
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57, 1175-1178, 2011
222011
Cost comparison between GPS- and VHF-based telemetry: case study of feral cats Felis catus in New Zealand
MR Recio, R Mathieu, R Maloney, PJ Seddon
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 35 (1), 114-117, 2011
222011
Integrated spatially-explicit models predict pervasive risks to recolonizing wolves in Scandinavia from human-driven mortality
MR Recio, B Zimmermann, C Wikenros, A Zetterberg, P Wabakken, ...
Biological Conservation 226, 111-119, 2018
212018
Promoting grazing or rewilding initiatives against rural exodus? The return of the wolf and other large carnivores must be considered
MR Recio, H Sand, E Virgós
Environmental Conservation 47 (4), 269-276, 2020
192020
Resource selection by tuatara following translocation: a comparison of wild-caught and captive-reared juveniles
S Jarvie, MR Recio, SC Adolph, PJ Seddon, A Cree
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 40 (3), 334-341, 2016
182016
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