Can different habitat composition and structure help explain the different trends of Cantabrian brown bear subpopulations?
Responses of an endangered brown bear population to climate change based on predictable food resource and shelter alterations
The brown bear in the Cantabrian Mountains: ecology, behaviour and conflicts in human-modified landscapes
Ursus, Associate Editor
5th European Congress of Conservation Biology (Jyväskylä, Finland), ECCB, Large carnivore attacks on humans: a worldwide study to investigate spatial-temporal patterns, triggering factors, scenarios, and species attributes (G. Bombieri, M.M. Delgado, P. Pedrini & V. Penteriani) (1)
Pedro Cabral, Evora University (P)
The brown bear in the Cantabrian Mountains as an eample of the coexistence between humans and large carnivores in human-modified landscapes. Leading researcher: V. Penteriani (with Ricardo García González -IPE-, Andrés Ordiz, André Ganswindt, Pablo Vázquez. Financed by Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (with FEDER cofinancing)
Why do top predators engage in superpredation? From an empirical scenario to a theoretical framework. Oikos