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Influence of habitat quality, population size, patch size, and connectivity on patch‐occupancy dynamics of the middle spotted woodpecker
H Robles, C Ciudad
Conservation biology 26 (2), 284-293, 2012
692012
Tree-cavity occurrence, cavity occupation and reproductive performance of secondary cavity-nesting birds in oak forests: The role of traditional management practices
H Robles, C Ciudad, E Matthysen
Forest ecology and management 261 (8), 1428-1435, 2011
432011
Sylvopastoral management and conservation of the middle spotted woodpecker at the south-western edge of its distribution range
H Robles, C Ciudad, R Vera, PP Olea, FJ Purroy, E Matthysen
Forest ecology and management 242 (2-3), 343-352, 2007
422007
Evaluation of Sentinel-1 and 2 time series for land cover classification of forest–agriculture mosaics in temperate and tropical landscapes
A Mercier, J Betbeder, F Rumiano, J Baudry, V Gond, L Blanc, C Bourgoin, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (8), 979, 2019
332019
Seasonal and temporal changes in species use of the landscape: how do they impact the inferences from multi-scale habitat modeling?
MC Mateo-Sanchez, A Gaston, JI García-Viñas, J Cuevas, C López-Leiva, ...
Landscape Ecology 31 (6), 1261-1276, 2016
292016
No effect of habitat fragmentation on post‐fledging, first‐year and adult survival in the middle spotted woodpecker
H Robles, C Ciudad, R Vera, V Baglione
Ecography 30 (5), 685-694, 2007
282007
Demographic Responses of Middle Spotted Woodpeckers (Dendrocopos medius) to Habitat Fragmentation
H Robles, C Ciudad, R Vera, PP Olea, E Matthysen
The Auk 125 (1), 131-139, 2008
242008
Responses to experimental reduction and increase of cavities by a secondary cavity-nesting bird community in cavity-rich Pyrenean oak forests
H Robles, C Ciudad, E Matthysen
Forest ecology and management 277, 46-53, 2012
212012
Postfledging habitat selection of juvenile middle spotted woodpeckers: a multi‐scale approach
C Ciudad, H Robles, E Matthysen
Ecography 32 (4), 676-682, 2009
212009
Floaters may buffer the extinction risk of small populations: an empirical assessment
H Robles, C Ciudad
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1853), 20170074, 2017
152017
Species’ habitat use inferred from environmental variables at multiple scales: how much we gain from high-resolution vegetation data?
A Gaston, C Ciudad, MC Mateo-Sanchez, JI Garcia-Vinas, C Lopez-Leiva, ...
International journal of applied earth observation and geoinformation 55, 1-8, 2017
132017
Identification of strategic corridors for restoring landscape connectivity: application to the Iberian lynx
S Blazquez‐Cabrera, C Ciudad, A Gastón, MÁ Simón, S Saura
Animal Conservation 22 (3), 210-219, 2019
82019
The role of forest canopy cover in habitat selection: insights from the Iberian lynx
A Gastón, S Blázquez-Cabrera, MC Mateo-Sánchez, MA Simón, S Saura
European Journal of Wildlife Research 65 (2), 1-10, 2019
62019
Primer muestreo de microplásticos en arroyos y ríos de la España peninsular
DL Muez, P Peñalver-Duque, M Muñoz, O Infante, SG Santos, ...
Ecosistemas 29 (3), 2087-2087, 2020
22020
Assessing the buffer effect of floaters by reinforcing local colonization in spatially structured populations
H Robles, C Ciudad
Animal Conservation 23 (5), 484-490, 2020
12020
Landscape connectivity estimates are affected by spatial resolution, habitat seasonality and population trends
MC Mateo-Sánchez, A Gastón, S Blazquez-Cabrera, S Saura
Biodiversity and Conservation 30 (5), 1395-1413, 2021
2021
PERMANENT GENETIC RESOURCES: Isolation and characterization of 12 microsatellite markers in the middle‐spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos medius)
M Vila, H Robles, C Ciudad, PP Olea, V Baglione
Molecular ecology resources 8 (2), 415-417, 2008
2008
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