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Author: Hernández Matías, Antonio
Real, Joan
Moleón, Marcos
Palma, Luis
Sánchez Zapata, Jose Antonio
Pradel, Roger
Carrete, Martina
Gil Sánchez, Jose María
Beja, Pedro
Balbontín Arenas, Javier
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Zoología
Date: 2013-05
Published in: Ecological Monographs, 83 (2), 239-261.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Population viability analysis (PVA) has become a basic tool of current conservation practice. However, if not accounted for properly, the uncertainties inherent to PVA predictions can decrease the reliability of this type of analysis. In the present...
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Cite: Hernández Matías, A., Real, J., Moleón, M., Palma, L., Sánchez Zapata, J.A., Pradel, R.,...,Balbontín Arenas, J. (2013). From local monitoring to a broad-scale viability assessment: a case study for the Bonelli’s Eagle in western Europe. Ecological Monographs, 83 (2), 239-261.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/62535

DOI: 10.1890/12-1248.1

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