Laura Cardador
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Can intensive agricultural landscapes favour some raptor species? The Marsh harrier in north‐eastern Spain
L Cardador, M Carrete, S Mañosa
Animal Conservation 14, 382-390, 2011
Climate matching drives spread rate but not establishment success in recent unintentional bird introductions
P Abellán, JL Tella, M Carrete, L Cardador, JD Anadón
PNAS 114, 9385–9390, 2017
Regional bans on wild-bird trade modify invasion risks at a global scale
L Cardador, M Lattuada, D Strubbe, JL Tella, L Reino, R Figueira, ...
Conservation Letters 10, 717-725, 2017
Non-random patterns and temporal trends (1912-2012) in the transport, introduction and establishment of exotic birds in Spain and Portugal
P Abellán, M Carrete, JD Anadón, L Cardador, JL Tella
Diversity and Distributions 22, 263-273, 2016
The European trade ban on wild birds reduced invasion risks
L Cardador, JL Tella, JD Anadón, P Abellán, M Carrete
Conservation Letters, 2019
Foraging movements and habitat niche of two closely related seabirds breeding in sympatry
I Afán, J Navarro, L Cardador, F Ramírez, A Kato, B Rodríguez, ...
Marine Biology 161, 657-668, 2014
Differences in the relative roles of environment, prey availability and human activity in the spatial distribution of two marine mesopredators living in highly exploited ecosystems
J Navarro, L Cardador, ÁM Fernández, JM Bellido, M Coll
Journal of Biogeography 43, 440-450, 2016
Combining trade data and niche modelling improves predictions of the origin and distribution of non-native European populations of a globally invasive species
L Cardador, M Carrete, B Gallardo, JL Tella
Journal of Biogeography 43, 967-978, 2016
The relative roles of the environment, human activities and spatial factors in the spatial distribution of marine biodiversity in the Western Mediterranean Sea
J Navarro, M Coll, L Cardador, AM Fernández, JM Bellido
Progress in Oceanography 131, 126-137, 2015
Spatial distribution and ecological niches of non-breeding planktivorous petrels
J Navarro, L Cardador, R Brown, RA Phillips
Scientific Reports 5, 12164, 2015
Feeding behaviour and diet composition of Marsh Harriers Circus aeruginosus in agricultural landscapes
L Cardador, E Planas, A Varea, S Mañosa
Bird Study 59, 228-235, 2012
Ranging behaviour of Marsh Harriers Circus aeruginosus in agricultural landscapes
L Cardador, S Mañosa, A Varea, A Bertolero
Ibis 151 (4), 766-770, 2009
Human-habitat associations in the native distributions of alien bird species
L Cardador, TM Blackburn
Journal of Applied Ecology 56, 1189-1199, 2019
A resource-based modelling framework to assess habitat suitability for steppe birds in semiarid Mediterranean agricultural systems
L Cardador, M De Cáceres, G Bota, D Giralt, F Casas, B Arroyo, ...
PLoS ONE 9, e92790, 2014
Tools for exploring habitat suitability for steppe birds under land use change scenarios
L Cardador, M De Cáceres, D Giralt, G Bota, N Aquilué, B Arroyo, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 200, 119-125, 2015
Incorporating spatial constraints in different periods of the annual cycle improves species distribution model performance for a highly mobile bird species
L Cardador, F Sardà‐Palomera, M Carrete, S Mañosa
Diversity and Distributions 20, 515-528, 2014
Conservation traps and long-term species persistence in human-dominated systems
L Cardador, L Brotons, D Mougeot, F., Giralt, G Bota, M Pomarol, B Arroyo
Conservation Letters 8, 456-462, 2015
Foraging habitat use and selection of western Marsh-harriers (Circus aeruginosus) in intensive agricultural landscapes
L Cardador, S Mañosa
The Journal of Raptor Research 45 (2), 168-173, 2011
Marine protected areas for demersal elasmobranchs in highly exploited Mediterranean ecosystems
J Giménez, L Cardador, T Mazor, S Kark, JM Bellido, M Coll, J Navarro
Marine Environmental Research 160, 105033, 2020
A global assessment of human influence on niche shifts and risk predictions of bird invasions
L Cardador, TM Blackburn
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (11), 1956-1966, 2020
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