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Arnaud Gian Barras
Arnaud Gian Barras
University of Bern & Swiss Ornithological Institute
Потвърден имейл адрес: vogelwarte.ch
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SDMtune: An R package to tune and evaluate species distribution models
S Vignali, AG Barras, R Arlettaz, V Braunisch
Ecology and Evolution 10 (20), 11488-11506, 2020
1292020
Snow cover phenology is the main driver of foraging habitat selection for a high-alpine passerine during breeding: implications for species persistence in the face of climate …
J Resano-Mayor, F Korner-Nievergelt, S Vignali, N Horrenberger, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 28, 2669-2685, 2019
602019
Nestling diet and parental food provisioning in a declining mountain passerine reveal high sensitivity to climate change
AG Barras, CA Niffenegger, I Candolfi, YA Hunziker, R Arlettaz
Journal of Avian Biology 52 (2), 2021
332021
The importance of seasonal environmental factors in the foraging habitat selection of Alpine Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus alpestris
AG Barras, S Marti, S Ettlin, S Vignali, J Resano‐Mayor, V Braunisch, ...
Ibis 162 (2), 505-519, 2020
332020
Predictive models of distribution and abundance of a threatened mountain species show that impacts of climate change overrule those of land use change
AG Barras, V Braunisch, R Arlettaz
Diversity and Distributions 27 (6), 989-1004, 2021
232021
Seasonal and daily movement patterns of an alpine passerine suggest high flexibility in relation to environmental conditions
AG Barras, F Liechti, R Arlettaz
Journal of Avian Biology 52 (12), 2021
212021
SDMtune: Species distribution model selection
S Vignali, A Barras, V Braunisch
R package version 101, 2019
192019
GABB: A global dataset of alpine breeding birds and their ecological traits
DR de Zwaan, D Scridel, TA Altamirano, P Gokhale, RS Kumar, ...
Scientific data 9 (1), 627, 2022
92022
SDMtune: An R package to tune and evaluate species distribution models. Ecol. Evol. 10 (20), 11488–11506
S Vignali, AG Barras, R Arlettaz, V Braunisch
72020
SDMtune: an R package to tune and evaluate species distribution models. Ecol Evol 10: 11488–11506
S Vignali, AG Barras, R Arlettaz, V Braunisch
72020
Tall trees drive the nest-site selection of wild Crested Ibis Nipponia nippon
Y Huang, Y Ye, Y Zhang, AG Barras, C Wang, B Qing, C Ding
Bird Conservation International 32 (3), 486-497, 2022
62022
Variation in demography and life-history strategies across the range of a declining mountain bird species
AG Barras, S Blache, M Schaub, R Arlettaz
Frontiers in ecology and evolution 9, 780706, 2021
52021
Spatio-temporal patterns of earthworm abundance suggest time-limited food availability for a subalpine bird species
AG Barras, I Candolfi, R Arlettaz
Pedobiologia 93, 150826, 2022
42022
Foraging habitat selection by Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus in alpine timberline ecosystems: building the evidence for species conservation management
AG Barras
MSc Thesis, University of Bern, 2016
22016
Complex Day-to-day Movements of an Alpine Passerine May Act as an Insurance Against Environmental Variability
AG Barras, F Liechti, R Arlettaz
12021
Assessing the response of mountain birds to rapid environmental change: conservation ecology of the Alpine Ring Ouzel (Turdus torquatus alpestris)
AG Barras
PhD thesis, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 2021
12021
Première observation de l’Aigle des steppes Aquila nipalensis en Suisse.
A Barras, E Ritschard, R Arlettaz
Nos Oiseaux 69 (3), 2022
2022
Saint-Gingolph VS & La Brévine NE: Des habitats revalorisés pour l'avifaune.
A Barras, P Horch
Nos Oiseaux 69 (2), 2022
2022
The Ring Ouzel: A View from the North York Moors.
A Barras
Sylvia, 2021
2021
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