António Mira
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How long do the dead survive on the road? Carcass persistence probability and implications for road-kill monitoring surveys
SM Santos, F Carvalho, A Mira
PLos one 6 (9), e25383, 2011
Influence of landscape characteristics on carnivore diversity and abundance in Mediterranean farmland
R Pita, A Mira, F Moreira, R Morgado, P Beja
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 132 (1-2), 57-65, 2009
Identification methods and deterministic factors of owl roadkill hotspot locations in Mediterranean landscapes
L Gomes, C Grilo, C Silva, A Mira
Ecological research 24, 355-370, 2009
Factors affecting culvert use by vertebrates along two stretches of road in southern Portugal
F Ascensão, A Mira
Ecological Research 22, 57-66, 2007
Comparing annual vertebrate road kills over two time periods, 9 years apart: a case study in Mediterranean farmland
F Carvalho, A Mira
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57, 157-174, 2011
Assessing road effects on bats: the role of landscape, road features, and bat activity on road-kills
D Medinas, JT Marques, A Mira
Ecological research 28, 227-237, 2013
Relative Effects of Road Risk, Habitat Suitability, and Connectivity on Wildlife Roadkills: The Case of Tawny Owls (Strix aluco)
SM Santos, R Lourenco, A Mira, P Beja
PLoS One 8 (11), e79967, 2013
Sampling effects on the identification of roadkill hotspots: implications for survey design
SM Santos, JT Marques, A Lourenço, D Medinas, AM Barbosa, P Beja, ...
Journal of environmental management 162, 87-95, 2015
Circadian activity rhythms in relation to season, sex and interspecific interactions in two Mediterranean voles
R Pita, A Mira, P Beja
Animal Behaviour 81 (5), 1023-1030, 2011
Genetic non-invasive sampling (gNIS) as a cost-effective tool for monitoring elusive small mammals
CM Ferreira, H Sabino-Marques, S Barbosa, P Costa, C Encarnação, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 64, 1-15, 2018
Does afforestation increase bird nest predation risk in surrounding farmland?
L Reino, M Porto, R Morgado, F Carvalho, A Mira, P Beja
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (8), 1359-1366, 2010
Spatial population structure of the Cabrera vole in Mediterranean farmland: the relative role of patch and matrix effects
R Pita, P Beja, A Mira
Biological Conservation 134 (3), 383-392, 2007
Fine-scale population genetic structure and short-range sex-biased dispersal in a solitary carnivore, Lutra lutra
L Quaglietta, VC Fonseca, P Hájková, A Mira, L Boitani
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (3), 561-571, 2013
A low-cost GPS GSM/GPRS telemetry system: performance in stationary field tests and preliminary data on wild otters (Lutra lutra)
L Quaglietta, BH Martins, A de Jongh, A Mira, L Boitani
PloS one 7 (1), e29235, 2012
Major roads have a negative impact on the Tawny Owl Strix aluco and the Little Owl Athene noctua populations
CC Silva, R Lourenço, S Godinho, E Gomes, H Sabino-Marques, ...
Acta Ornithologica 47 (1), 47-54, 2012
Conserving the Cabrera vole, Microtus cabrerae, in intensively used Mediterranean landscapes
R Pita, A Mira, P Beja
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 115 (1-4), 1-5, 2006
Living on the verge: are roads a more suitable refuge for small mammals than streams in Mediterranean pastureland?
H Sabino-Marques, A Mira
Ecological Research 26, 277-287, 2011
Assessing landscape functional connectivity in a forest carnivore using path selection functions
F Carvalho, R Carvalho, A Mira, P Beja
Landscape Ecology 31, 1021-1036, 2016
Sociospatial organization of a solitary carnivore, the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra)
L Quaglietta, VC Fonseca, A Mira, L Boitani
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (1), 140-150, 2014
Avian trait-mediated vulnerability to road traffic collisions
SM Santos, A Mira, PA Salgueiro, P Costa, D Medinas, P Beja
Biological Conservation 200, 122-130, 2016
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