Publicaciones 2018

 

Synergy between roads and disturbance favours Bromus tectorum L. invasion.  2018. PeerJ.

Karina L. Speziale, Agustina di Virgilio, María N. Lescano, Gabriela Pirk, Jorgelina Franzese

Declining health status of Brown Skua (Stercorarius antarcticus lonnbergi) parents and their offspring during chick development.

Andrés Esteban Ibañez, Maricel Graña Grilli, Amalia Figueroa, Marcela Pari, Diego Montalti

Trophic niche overlap among scavengers in Patagonia supports the condor-vulture competition hypothesis. 2018. Bird Conservation International

Fernando Ballejo, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Ana Trejo, Luciano J. M. De Santis

Mercury in the feathers of bird scavengers from two areas of Patagonia (Argentina) under the influence of different anthropogenic activities: a preliminary study. 2018.

Alessandro Di Marzio, Pilar Gómez-Ramírez, Facundo Barbar, Sergio Agustín Lambertucci, Antonio Juan García-Fernández, Emma Martínez-López

Rubbish dumps as invasive plant epicentres

Pablo I. Plaza, Karina L. Speziale, Sergio A. Lambertucci

An overlooked plant–parakeet mutualism counteracts human overharvesting on an endangered tree. 2018. Royal Society Open Science

Karina L. Speziale, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Gabriela Gleiser, José L. Tella, Fernando Hiraldo, Marcelo A. Aizen

Simulation models to predict pollination success in apple orchards: a useful tool to test management practices

A. Sáenz, A. Di Virgilio, F. Tiribelli, B. Geslin

A three-decade review of telemetry studies on vultures and condors

Pablo A. E. Alarcón, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Pesticides thwart condor conservation

Pablo A. E. Alarcón, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Exotic lagomorph may influence eagle abundances and breeding spatial aggregations: a field study and meta-analysis on the nearest neighbor distance

Facundo Barbar, Gonzalo O. Ignazi, Fernando Hiraldo and Sergio A. Lambertucci

The roles of leporid species that have been translocated: a review of their ecosystem effects as native and exotic species

Facundo Barbar, Sergio A. Lambertucci

The importance of individual variation in the dynamics of animal collective movements

Maria del Mar Delgado, Maria Miranda, Silvia J. Alvarez, Eliezer Gurarie, William F. Fagan, Vincenzo Penteriani, Agustina di Virgilio, Juan Manuel Morales

Multi-dimensional Precision Livestock Farming: a potential toolbox for sustainable rangeland management

Agustina di Virgilio, Juan M. Morales, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Emily L.C. Shepard, Rory P. Wilson

Mountain roads and non-native species modify elevational patterns of plant diversity

Sylvia Haider, Christoph Kueffer, Helge Bruelheide, Tim Seipel, Jake M. Alexander,  Lisa J. Rew, Jose Ramon Arevalo, Lohengrin A. Cavieres, Keith L. McDougall, Ann Milbau, Bridgett J. Naylor, Karina Speziale, Aníbal Pauchard

Tracking data and retrospective analyses of diet reveal the consequences of loss of marine subsidies for an obligate scavenger, the Andean condor

Sergio A. Lambertucci, Joan Navarro, José A. Sanchez Zapata, Keith A. Hobson, Pablo A. E. Alarcón, Guillermo Wiemeyer, Guillermo Blanco, Fernando Hiraldo, José A. Donázar

Buitres: Evolución, ecología y conservación

Sergio A. Lambertucci

Pigmentation and not only sex and age of individuals affects despotism in the Andean condor

Nancy V. Marinero, Verónica B. Cailly-Arnulphi, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Carlos E. Borghi

Evidence of genetic structure in a wide-ranging and highly mobile soaring scavenger, the Andean condor

Julian Padró, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Paula L. Perrig, Jonathan N. Pauli

The corrupted carnivore: how humans are rearranging the return of the carnivore-scavenger relationship

Jonathan N. Pauli, Emiliano Donadio, Sergio A. Lambertucci

A review of lead contamination in South American birds: The need for more research and policy changes

Pablo I. Plaza, Marcela Uhart, Andrea Caselli, Guillermo Wiemeyerd, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Luck in Food Finding Affects Individual Performance and Population Trajectories

Rory P. Wilson, Andrew Neate, Mark D. Holton, Elaine Crooks, Christina Mulvenna, Nikki Marks