Fernando Hiraldo
Fernando Hiraldo
Profesor de Investigación CSIC
Verified email at ebd.csic.es
TitleCited byYear
Top predators as conservation tools: ecological rationale, assumptions, and efficacy
F Sergio, T Caro, D Brown, B Clucas, J Hunter, J Ketchum, K McHugh, ...
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 39, 1-19, 2008
4452008
The rabbit as prey in the Iberian Mediterranean ecosystem
M Delibes, F Hiraldo
Proceedings of the world lagomorph conference 1979, 614-622, 1981
2361981
Factors influencing nest site selection, breeding density and breeding success in the bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus)
JA Donázar, F Hiraldo, J Bustamante
Journal of Applied Ecology, 504-514, 1993
1931993
Long-term effects of lead poisoning on bone mineralization in vultures exposed to ammunition sources
L Gangoso, P Alvarez-Lloret, AAB Rodríguez-Navarro, R Mateo, F Hiraldo, ...
Environmental Pollution 157 (2), 569-574, 2009
1842009
Causes and consequences of territory change and breeding dispersal distance in the black kite
MG Forero, JA Donázar, J Blas, F Hiraldo
Ecology 80 (4), 1298-1310, 1999
1771999
Conflicts between Lesser Kestrel Conservation and European Agricultural Policies as Identif ied by Habitat Use Analyses
JL Tella, MG Forero, F Hiraldo, JA Donázar
Conservation Biology 12 (3), 593-604, 1998
1761998
Phylogeography, genetic structure and diversity in the endangered bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus, L.) as revealed by mitochondrial DNA
JA Godoy, JJ Negro, F Hiraldo, JA Donázar
Molecular Ecology 13 (2), 371-390, 2004
1622004
Foraging habitat selection, land-use changes and population decline in the lesser kestrel Falco naumanni
JA Donázar, JJ Negro, F Hiraldo, F Hiraldo
Journal of Applied Ecology, 515-522, 1993
1501993
Conservation status and limiting factors in the endangered population of Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in the Canary Islands
JA Donázar, CJ Palacios, L Gangoso, O Ceballos, MJ González, ...
Biological Conservation 107 (1), 89-97, 2002
1442002
Intraguild predation in raptor assemblages: a review
F Sergio, F Hiraldo
Ibis 150, 132-145, 2008
1432008
Causes and fitness consequences of natal dispersal in a population of black kites
MG Forero, JA Donázar, F Hiraldo
Ecology 83 (3), 858-872, 2002
1352002
Individual improvements and selective mortality shape lifelong migratory performance
F Sergio, A Tanferna, R De Stephanis, LL Jiménez, J Blas, G Tavecchia, ...
Nature 515 (7527), 410, 2014
1342014
The paradox of the long‐term positive effects of a North American crayfish on a European community of predators
Z Tablado, JL Tella, JA SÁNCHEZ‐ZAPATA, F Hiraldo
Conservation biology 24 (5), 1230-1238, 2010
1322010
Food-niche and trophic relationships among European owls
CM Herrera, F Hiraldo
Ornis Scand 7 (1), 29, 1976
1291976
Accumulation of heavy metals and As in wetland birds in the area around Donana National Park affected by the Aznalcollar toxic spill
LM Hernández, B Gómara, M Fernández, B Jiménez, MJ González, ...
Science of the Total Environment 242 (1-3), 293-308, 1999
1231999
Utilization of various lignocellulosic biomass for the production of nanocellulose: a comparative study
B Deepa, E Abraham, N Cordeiro, M Mozetic, AP Mathew, K Oksman, ...
Cellulose 22 (2), 1075-1090, 2015
1162015
Habitat, world geographic range, and embryonic development of hosts explain the prevalence of avian hematozoa at small spatial and phylogenetic scales
JL Tella, G Blanco, MG Forero, Á Gajón, JA DONAzar, F Hiraldo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (4), 1785-1789, 1999
1161999
Raptors as indicators of environmental change in the scrub habitat of Baja California Sur, Mexico
R Rodríguez‐Estrella, JA Donázar, F Hiraldo
Conservation Biology 12 (4), 921-925, 1998
1131998
El quebrantahuesos Gypaetus barbatus (L.)
F Hiraldo, M Delibes, J Calderon
Publ. del Ministerio de Agricultura, 1979
1081979
Causes of natal dispersal in the lesser kestrel: inbreeding avoidance or resource competition?
JJ Negro, F Hiraldo, JA Donázar
Journal of Animal Ecology, 640-648, 1997
1031997
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