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Maria P. Dias
Maria P. Dias
Assistant Professor, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
E-mail megerősítve itt: fc.ul.pt
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Threats to seabirds: a global assessment
MP Dias, R Martin, EJ Pearmain, IJ Burfield, C Small, RA Phillips, O Yates, ...
Biological Conservation 237, 525-537, 2019
6802019
Translating marine animal tracking data into conservation policy and management
GC Hays, H Bailey, SJ Bograd, WD Bowen, C Campagna, RH Carmichael, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (5), 459-473, 2019
3502019
Applying global criteria to tracking data to define important areas for marine conservation
BG Lascelles, PR Taylor, MGR Miller, MP Dias, S Oppel, L Torres, A Hedd, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (4), 422-431, 2016
2562016
Breaking the routine: individual Cory's shearwaters shift winter destinations between hemispheres and across ocean basins
MP Dias, JP Granadeiro, RA Phillips, H Alonso, P Catry
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1713), 1786-1793, 2011
2042011
Future directions in conservation research on petrels and shearwaters
A Rodriguez, JM Arcos, V Bretagnolle, MP Dias, ND Holmes, M Louzao, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 94, 2019
1482019
Carry‐over effects from breeding modulate the annual cycle of a long‐distance migrant: An experimental demonstration
P Catry, MP Dias, RA Phillips, JP Granadeiro
Ecology 94 (6), 1230-1235, 2013
1392013
Using the IUCN Red List to map threats to terrestrial vertebrates at global scale
MBJ Harfoot, A Johnston, A Balmford, ND Burgess, SHM Butchart, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (11), 1510-1519, 2021
1282021
The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policy
DC Dunn, AL Harrison, C Curtice, S DeLand, B Donnelly, EI Fujioka, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1911), 20191472, 2019
1272019
Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs): the development and characteristics of a global inventory of key sites for biodiversity
PF Donald, LDC Fishpool, A Ajagbe, LA Bennun, G Bunting, IJ Burfield, ...
Bird Conservation International 29 (2), 177-198, 2019
1222019
Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds
S Oppel, M Bolton, APB Carneiro, MP Dias, JA Green, JF Masello, ...
Marine Policy 98, 37-46, 2018
1162018
Distance to high-tide roosts constrains the use of foraging areas by dunlins: implications for the management of estuarine wetlands
MP Dias, JP Granadeiro, M Lecoq, CD Santos, JM Palmeirim
Biological Conservation 131 (3), 446-452, 2006
1072006
Variation in numbers and behaviour of waders during the tidal cycle: implications for the use of estuarine sediment flats
JP Granadeiro, MP Dias, RC Martins, JM Palmeirim
Acta oecologica 29 (3), 293-300, 2006
1052006
The major barriers to evidence‐informed conservation policy and possible solutions
DC Rose, WJ Sutherland, T Amano, JP González‐Varo, RJ Robertson, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (5), e12564, 2018
1042018
Environmental factors drive habitat partitioning in birds feeding in intertidal flats: implications for conservation
JP Granadeiro, CD Santos, MP Dias, JM Palmeirim
Hydrobiologia 587, 291-302, 2007
832007
A framework for mapping the distribution of seabirds by integrating tracking, demography and phenology
APB Carneiro, EJ Pearmain, S Oppel, TA Clay, RA Phillips, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (3), 514-525, 2020
782020
Numbers and population trends of Cory’s shearwater Calonectris diomedea at Selvagem Grande, Northeast Atlantic
JP Granadeiro, MP Dias, R Rebelo, CD Santos, P Catry
Waterbirds 29 (1), 56-60, 2006
782006
Individual variation in migratory movements and winter behaviour of Iberian Lesser Kestrels Falco naumanni revealed by geolocators
I Catry, MP Dias, T Catry, V Afanasyev, J Fox, AMA Franco, WJ Sutherland
Ibis 153 (1), 154-164, 2011
772011
Do seabirds differ from other migrants in their travel arrangements? On route strategies of Cory’s shearwater during its trans-equatorial journey
MP Dias, JP Granadeiro, P Catry
PLoS One 7 (11), e49376, 2012
742012
An ontogenetic perspective on migratory strategy of a long‐lived pelagic seabird: timings and destinations change progressively during maturation
L Campioni, MP Dias, JP Granadeiro, P Catry
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 29-43, 2020
722020
Multispecies tracking reveals a major seabird hotspot in the North Atlantic
TE Davies, APB Carneiro, M Tarzia, E Wakefield, JC Hennicke, ...
Conservation Letters 14 (5), e12824, 2021
702021
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