Juan Traba
Juan Traba
Associate Professor of Ecology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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The effect of grazing abandonment on species composition and functional traits: the case of dehesa grasslands
B Peco, I de Pablos, J Traba, C Levassor
Basic and applied Ecology 6 (2), 175-183, 2005
Seed size, shape and persistence in dry Mediterranean grass and scrublands
B Peco, J Traba, C Levassor, AM Sánchez, FM Azcárate
Seed Science Research 13 (1), 87-95, 2003
Sexual differences in microhabitat selection of breeding little bustards Tetrax tetrax: ecological segregation based on vegetation structure
MB Morales, J Traba, E Carriles, MP Delgado, ELG De La Morena
Acta oecologica 34 (3), 345-353, 2008
Determining high value areas for steppe birds in Spain: hot spots, complementarity and the efficiency of protected areas
J Traba, EL García de la Morena, MB Morales, F Suárez
Biodiversity and conservation 16 (12), 3255-3275, 2007
From what depth do seeds emerge? A soil seed bank experiment with Mediterranean grassland species
J Traba, FM Azcárate, B Peco
Seed Science Research 14 (03), 297-303, 2004
The decline of farmland birds in Spain is strongly associated to the loss of fallowland
J Traba, MB Morales
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-6, 2019
Effects of human activity on physiological and behavioral responses of an endangered steppe bird
R Tarjuelo, I Barja, MB Morales, J Traba, A Benítez-López, F Casas, ...
Behavioral Ecology 26 (3), 828-838, 2015
Selection of breeding territory by little bustard (Tetrax tetrax) males in Central Spain: the role of arthropod availability
J Traba, MB Morales, EL García de la Morena, MP Delgado, A Krištín
Ecological Research 23 (3), 615-622, 2008
Restoration of species richness in abandoned Mediterranean grasslands: seeds in cattle dung
J Traba, C Levassor, B Peco
Restoration Ecology 11 (3), 378-384, 2003
Home range, territoriality and habitat selection by the Dupont’s Lark Chersophilus duponti during the breeding and postbreeding periods
V Garza, F Suárez, J Herranz, J Traba, EL García de la Morena, ...
Ardeola 52 (1), 133-146, 2005
Measuring ungulate tolerance to human with flight distance: a reliable visitor management tool?
JE Malo, P Acebes, J Traba
Biodiversity and Conservation 20, 3477-3488, 2011
Red fox (Vulpes vulpes L.) favour seed dispersal, germination and seedling survival of Mediterranean Hackberry (Celtis australis L.)
J Traba, S Arrieta, J Herranz, MC Clamagirand
Acta oecologica 30 (1), 39-45, 2006
Habitat selection by two sympatric rodent species in the Monte desert, Argentina. First data for Eligmodontia moreni and Octomys mimax
J Traba, P Acebes, VE Campos, SM Giannoni
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (2), 179-185, 2010
Determining the effects of habitat management and climate on the population trends of a declining steppe bird
MP Delgado, MB Morales, J Traba, EL Garcia de la Morena
Ibis 151 (3), 440-451, 2009
Vocal activity rate index: a useful method to infer terrestrial bird abundance with acoustic monitoring
C Pérez‐Granados, G Bota, D Giralt, A Barrero, J Gómez‐Catasús, ...
Ibis 161 (4), 901-907, 2019
The fate of seeds in Mediterranean soil seed banks in relation to their traits
J Traba, FM Azcárate, B Peco
Journal of Vegetation Science 17 (1), 5-10, 2006
Abiotic gradients drive floristic composition and structure of plant communities in the Monte Desert
P Acebes, J Traba, B Peco, L Reus, SM Giannoni, JE Malo
Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83, 395-407, 2010
Niche segregation between wild and domestic herbivores in Chilean Patagonia
EC Iranzo, J Traba, P Acebes, BA González, C Mata, CF Estades, JE Malo
PLoS One 8 (3), e59326, 2013
Co-occurrence and potential for competition between wild and domestic large herbivores in a South American desert
P Acebes, J Traba, JE Malo
Journal of Arid Environments 77, 39-44, 2011
Renewables in Spain threaten biodiversity
D Serrano, A Margalida, JM Pérez-García, J Juste, J Traba, F Valera, ...
Science 370 (6522), 1282-1283, 2020
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