Paolo Ciucci

Pubblicazioni

Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
The influence of road networks on brown bear spatial distribution and habitat suitability in a human-modified landscape JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 2023
Isotopic signature in isolated south-western populations of European brown bear (Ursus arctos) MAMMAL RESEARCH 2023
Experimental feeding validates nanofluidic array technology for DNA detection of ungulate prey in wolf scats ENVIRONMENTAL DNA 2023
Wherever I may roam-Human activity alters movements of red deer (Cervus elaphus) and elk (Cervus canadensis) across two continents GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 2023
Sharing land with bears: Insights toward effective coexistence JOURNAL FOR NATURE CONSERVATION 2023
The extinct Sicilian wolf shows a complex history of isolation and admixture with ancient dogs ISCIENCE 2023
Wolves in a Human World: Social Dynamics of the Northern Hemisphere’s Most Iconic Social Carnivore Social Strategies of Carnivorous Mammalian Predators. Hunting and Surviving as Families. 2023
Managing wolf impacts on sheep husbandry: a collaborative implementation and assessment of damage prevention measures in an agricultural landscape FRONTIERS IN CONSERVATION SCIENCE 2023
Pelodera strongyloides in the critically endangered Apennine brown bear (Ursus arctos marsicanus) RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE 2022
Circadian activity of small brown bear populations living in human-dominated landscapes SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2022
Large carnivore expansion in Europe is associated with human population density and land cover changes DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS 2021
Environmental and anthropogenic correlates of seasonal migrations in the Dinaric-Pindos brown bear population JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY 2021
Factors affecting the home range of Dinaric-Pindos brown bears JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY 2021
Estimating Admixture at the Population Scale: Taking Imperfect Detectability and Uncertainty in Hybrid Classification Seriously JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 2021
A deepening understanding of animal culture suggests lessons for conservation PROCEEDINGS - ROYAL SOCIETY. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 2021
Developmental instability and phenotypic evolution in a small and isolated bear population BIOLOGY LETTERS 2021
Are large carnivores the real issue? Solutions for improving conflict management through stakeholder participation SUSTAINABILITY 2021
Gaining insight into the assimilated diet of small bear populations by stable isotope analysis SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2021
Broadening the toolset for stakeholder engagement to explore consensus over wolf management JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 2021
Cross-continental comparison of parasite communities in a wide-ranging carnivore suggests associations with prey diversity and host density ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 2021

ERC

  • LS8_2
  • LS8_3
  • LS8_4
  • LS8_11

KET

  • Life-science technologies & biotechnologies

Interessi di ricerca

Main research interests comprise wildlife ecology and management, with a focus on ecology and conservation of large carnivores. Fields of application range from population assessment and monitoring to space-use patterns and movement ecology, feeding ecology, habitat selection and suitability, landscape connectivity, conservation planning and conflict mitigation. Methods and techiques employed comprise VHF- and GPS-telemetry, noninvasive genetics, camera-trapping, scat-analysis, Resource Selection Functions, population and habitat modelling.

Keywords

wildlife management
Wildlife conservation
habitat
Population dynamics
large carnivores
human-wildlife conflict

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