Rafael Barrientos (ORCID 0000-0002-1677-3214)
Rafael Barrientos (ORCID 0000-0002-1677-3214)
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Bird collisions with power lines: State of the art and priority areas for research
J Bernardino, K Bevanger, R Barrientos, JF Dwyer, AT Marques, ...
Biological Conservation 222, 1-13, 2018
The presence of rabbits adjacent to roads increases polecat road mortality
R Barrientos, L Bolonio
Biodiversity and Conservation 18, 405-418, 2009
Railway ecology
L Borda-de-Água, R Barrientos, P Beja, HM Pereira
Springer Nature, 2017
Meta‐analysis of the effectiveness of marked wire in reducing avian collisions with power lines
R Barrientos, JC Alonso, C Ponce, C Palacin
Conservation Biology 25 (5), 893-903, 2011
Wire marking results in a small but significant reduction in avian mortality at power lines: a BACI designed study
R Barrientos, C Ponce, C Palacín, CA Martín, B Martín, JC Alonso
PLoS One 7 (3), e32569, 2012
A review of searcher efficiency and carcass persistence in infrastructure-driven mortality assessment studies
R Barrientos, RC Martins, F Ascensão, M D'Amico, F Moreira, ...
Biological conservation 222, 146-153, 2018
Reduction of potential food interference in two sympatric carnivores by sequential use of shared resources
R Barrientos, E Virgós
Acta Oecologica 30 (1), 107-116, 2006
Quantifying and addressing the prevalence and bias of study designs in the environmental and social sciences
AP Christie, D Abecasis, M Adjeroud, JC Alonso, T Amano, A Anton, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 6377, 2020
Railway ecology vs. road ecology: similarities and differences
R Barrientos, F Ascensão, P Beja, HM Pereira, L Borda-de-Água
European journal of wildlife research 65, 1-9, 2019
Beware that the lack of wildlife mortality records can mask a serious impact of linear infrastructures
F Ascensão, A Kindel, FZ Teixeira, R Barrientos, M D'Amico, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 19, e00661, 2019
Bird on the wire: Landscape planning considering costs and benefits for bird populations coexisting with power lines
M D’Amico, I Catry, RC Martins, F Ascensao, R Barrientos, F Moreira
Ambio 47, 650-656, 2018
Host dispersal shapes the population structure of a tick‐borne bacterial pathogen
AC Norte, G Margos, NS Becker, JA Ramos, MS Núncio, V Fingerle, ...
Molecular Ecology 29, 485-501, 2020
Bird collisions with power lines: Prioritizing species and areas by estimating potential population‐level impacts
M D’Amico, RC Martins, JM Álvarez‐Martínez, M Porto, R Barrientos, ...
Diversity and Distributions 25 (6), 975-982, 2019
The lost road: do transportation networks imperil wildlife population persistence?
R Barrientos, F Ascensão, M D’Amico, C Grilo, HM Pereira
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 19 (4), 411-416, 2021
Colonization patterns and genetic structure of peripheral populations of the trumpeter finch (Bucanetes githagineus) from Northwest Africa, the Canary Islands and …
R Barrientos, L Kvist, A Barbosa, F Valera, GM López‐Iborra, E Moreno
Journal of Biogeography 36 (2), 210-219, 2009
Temperature but not rainfall influences timing of breeding in a desert bird, the trumpeter finch (Bucanetes githagineus)
R Barrientos, A Barbosa, F Valera, E Moreno
Journal of Ornithology 148, 411-416, 2007
Railways as barriers for wildlife: current knowledge
R Barrientos, L Borda-de-Água
Railway ecology, 43-64, 2017
Nesting habitat selection of Mediterranean raptors in managed pinewoods: searching for common patterns to derive conservation recommendations
R Barrientos, B Arroyo
Bird Conservation International 24 (2), 138-151, 2014
The role of prey abundance and flow regulation in the marking behaviour of Eurasian otters in a Mediterranean catchment
D Almeida, R Barrientos, R Merino-Aguirre, DG Angeler
Animal Behaviour 84, 1475-1482, 2012
Facultative interspecific brood parasitism in tits: a last resort to coping with nest-hole shortage
R Barrientos, J Bueno-Enciso, E Serrano-Davies, JJ Sanz
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69, 1603-1615, 2015
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