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Pedro P. Olea
Pedro P. Olea
Departamento de Ecologia, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
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The role of traditional farming practices in ecosystem conservation: the case of transhumance and vultures
PP Olea, P Mateo-Tomás
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1844-1853, 2009
1872009
Alleviating human–wildlife conflicts: identifying the causes and mapping the risk of illegal poisoning of wild fauna
P Mateo‐Tomás, PP Olea, IS Sánchez‐Barbudo, R Mateo
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 376–385, 2012
1862012
From regional to global patterns in vertebrate scavenger communities subsidized by big game hunting
P Mateo‐Tomás, PP Olea, M Moleón, J Vicente, F Botella, N Selva, ...
Diversity and Distributions 21 (8), 913-924, 2015
1552015
Estimating and modelling bias of the hierarchical partitioning public-domain software: implications in environmental management and conservation
PP Olea, P Mateo-Tomás, Á De Frutos
PloS ONE 5 (7), e11698, 2010
1122010
Scavenging in the Anthropocene: Human impact drives vertebrate scavenger species richness at a global scale
E Sebastián‐González, JM Barbosa, JM Pérez‐García, Z Morales‐Reyes, ...
Global Change Biology 25 (9), 3005-3017, 2019
1012019
Analyzing and modelling spatial distribution of summering lesser kestrel: the role of spatial autocorrelation
A De Frutos, PP Olea, R Vera
Ecological Modelling 200 (1), 33-44, 2007
892007
Lack of scientific evidence and precautionary principle in massive release of rodenticides threatens biodiversity: old lessons need new reflections
PP Olea, IS Sánchez-Barbudo, J Vińuela, I Barja, P Mateo-Tomás, ...
Environmental Conservation 36 (1), 1-4, 2009
852009
Both rare and common species support ecosystem services in scavenger communities
P Mateo‐Tomás, PP Olea, M Moleón, N Selva, JA Sánchez‐Zapata
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (12), 1459-1470, 2017
752017
Nested species‐rich networks of scavenging vertebrates support high levels of interspecific competition
E Sebastián‐González, M Moleón, JP Gibert, F Botella, P Mateo‐Tomás, ...
Ecology 97 (1), 95-105, 2016
752016
Assessing species habitat using Google Street View: a case study of cliff-nesting vultures
PP Olea, P Mateo-Tomás
PLoS One 8 (1), e54582, 2013
612013
When hunting benefits raptors: a case study of game species and vultures
P Mateo-Tomás, PP Olea
European journal of wildlife research 56, 519-528, 2010
602010
Network structure of vertebrate scavenger assemblages at the global scale: drivers and ecosystem functioning implications
E Sebastián‐González, Z Morales‐Reyes, F Botella, L Naves‐Alegre, ...
Ecography 43 (8), 1143-1155, 2020
542020
Spatially explicit estimation of occupancy, detection probability and survey effort needed to inform conservation planning
PP Olea, P Mateo‐Tomás
Diversity and Distributions 17 (4), 714–724, 2011
512011
Combining scales in habitat models to improve conservation planning in an endangered vulture
P Mateo-Tomás, PP Olea
Acta Oecologica 35 (4), 489-498, 2009
492009
Sylvopastoral management and conservation of the middle spotted woodpecker at the south-western edge of its distribution range
H Robles, R Vera, PP Olea, FJ Purroy, E Matthysen
Forest Ecology and Management 242 (2), 343-352, 2007
482007
Anticipating Knowledge to Inform Species Management: Predicting Spatially Explicit Habitat Suitability of a Colonial Vulture Spreading Its Range
P Mateo-Tomás, PP Olea
PloS ONE 5 (8), e12374, 2010
462010
Effects of irrigation and landscape heterogeneity on butterfly diversity in Mediterranean farmlands
FJ González-Estébanez, S García-Tejero, P Mateo-Tomás, PP Olea
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 144 (1), 262-270, 2011
432011
Are degraded habitats from agricultural crops associated with elevated faecal glucocorticoids in a wild population of common vole (Microtus arvalis)?
Á Navarro-Castilla, I Barja, PP Olea, A Pińeiro, P Mateo-Tomás, G Silván, ...
Mammalian Biology 79 (1), 36-43, 2014
412014
Bottoms up: great bustards use the sun to maximise signal efficacy
PP Olea, F Casas, S Redpath, J Vińuela
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64, 927-937, 2010
412010
The importance of social information in breeding site selection increases with population size in the Eurasian Griffon Vulture Gyps fulvus
P Mateo-Tomás, PP Olea
Ibis 153 (4), 832-845, 2011
402011
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