Juan M. Morales
Juan M. Morales
laboratorio Ecotono, INIBIOMA, Universidad Nacional del Comahue
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Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas despite honey bee visits
LA Garibaldi, I Steffan‐Dewenter, C Kremen, JM Morales, R Bommarco, ...
Ecology letters 14 (10), 1062-1072, 2011
7732011
Extracting more out of relocation data: building movement models as mixtures of random walks
JM Morales, DT Haydon, J Frair, KE Holsinger, JM Fryxell
Ecology 85 (9), 2436-2445, 2004
7612004
Invasive mutualists erode native pollination webs
MA Aizen, CL Morales, JM Morales
PLoS Biol 6 (2), e31, 2008
4892008
Building the bridge between animal movement and population dynamics
JM Morales, PR Moorcroft, J Matthiopoulos, JL Frair, JG Kie, RA Powell, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
4372010
The interpretation of habitat preference metrics under use–availability designs
HL Beyer, DT Haydon, JM Morales, JL Frair, M Hebblewhite, M Mitchell, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
3772010
Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales
JM Fryxell, M Hazell, L Börger, BD Dalziel, DT Haydon, JM Morales, ...
Proceedings of the National academy of Sciences 105 (49), 19114-19119, 2008
3582008
Flexible and practical modeling of animal telemetry data: hidden Markov models and extensions
R Langrock, R King, J Matthiopoulos, L Thomas, D Fortin, JM Morales
Ecology 93 (11), 2336-2342, 2012
3052012
Scaling up animal movements in heterogeneous landscapes: the importance of behavior
JM Morales, SP Ellner
Ecology 83 (8), 2240-2247, 2002
2962002
Scales of movement by elk (Cervus elaphus) in response to heterogeneity in forage resources and predation risk
JL Frair, EH Merrill, DR Visscher, D Fortin, HL Beyer, JM Morales
Landscape Ecology 20 (3), 273-287, 2005
2862005
Stochastic modelling of animal movement
PE Smouse, S Focardi, PR Moorcroft, JG Kie, JD Forester, JM Morales
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
2582010
A general discrete‐time modeling framework for animal movement using multistate random walks
BT McClintock, R King, L Thomas, J Matthiopoulos, BJ McConnell, ...
Ecological Monographs 82 (3), 335-349, 2012
2352012
Inequalities in fruit‐removal and seed dispersal: consequences of bird behaviour, neighbourhood density and landscape aggregation
TA Carlo, JM Morales
Journal of Ecology 96 (4), 609-618, 2008
1842008
Animal movement: statistical models for telemetry data
MB Hooten, DS Johnson, BT McClintock, JM Morales
CRC press, 2017
1752017
Thresholds in landscape connectivity and mortality risks in response to growing road networks
JL Frair, EH Merrill, HL Beyer, JM Morales
Journal of applied ecology 45 (5), 1504-1513, 2008
1582008
The effects of plant distribution and frugivore density on the scale and shape of dispersal kernels
JM Morales, TA Carlo
Ecology 87 (6), 1489-1496, 2006
1362006
The evolution of an ‘intelligent’dispersal strategy: biased, correlated random walks in patchy landscapes
KA Barton, BL Phillips, JM Morales, JMJ Travis
Oikos 118 (2), 309-319, 2009
1232009
Adaptive models for large herbivore movements in heterogeneous landscapes
JM Morales, D Fortin, JL Frair, EH Merrill
Landscape Ecology 20 (3), 301-316, 2005
1232005
Species composition and invasion in NW Argentinian secondary forests: effects of land use history, environment and landscape
R Aragón, JM Morales
Journal of Vegetation Science 14 (2), 195-204, 2003
1202003
Where do seeds go when they go far? Distance and directionality of avian seed dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes
TA Carlo, D García, D Martínez, JM Gleditsch, JM Morales
Ecology 94 (2), 301-307, 2013
1172013
A memory‐based foraging tactic reveals an adaptive mechanism for restricted space use
JA Merkle, D Fortin, JM Morales
Ecology letters 17 (8), 924-931, 2014
1152014
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