Michela Pacifici


Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
Insects as indicators of Key Biodiversity Areas INSECT CONSERVATION AND DIVERSITY 2024
Opportunities and challenges for Common Agricultural Policy reform to support the European Green Deal CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 2023
Synergistic effects of habitat fragmentation and hunting on the extinction risk of neotropical primates BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION 2023
Prioritizing the reassessment of data deficient species on the IUCN Red List CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 2023
Drivers of habitat availability for terrestrial mammals: Unravelling the role of livestock, land conversion and intrinsic traits in the past 50 years GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 2023
Bridging the research-implementation gap in IUCN Red List assessments TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 2022
Bat responses to climate change: a systematic review BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 2022
Maps of area of habitat for Italian amphibians and reptiles NATURE CONSERVATION 2022
A metric for spatially explicit contributions to science-based species targets NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 2021
COMBINE: a coalesced mammal database of intrinsic and extrinsic traits ECOLOGY 2021
Drivers of change in the realised climatic niche of terrestrial mammals ECOGRAPHY 2021
Drought vulnerability among China's ungulates and mitigation offered by protected areas CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE 2020
Global correlates of range contractions and expansions in terrestrial mammals NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 2020
Projected global loss of mammal habitat due to land-use and climate change ONE EARTH 2020
Protected areas are now the last strongholds for many imperiled mammal species CONSERVATION LETTERS 2020
Are freshwater species really bucking the trend of global insect decline? SCIENCE 2020
Geographic distribution ranges of terrestrial mammal species in the 1970s ECOLOGY 2019
A framework for the identification of hotspots of climate change risk for mammals GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 2018
BioNNA.The biodiversity national network of Albania NATURE CONSERVATION 2018
Small terrestrial mammals of Albania: distribution and diversity (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla, Rodentia) ZOOKEYS 2018

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