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Luís Miguel Rosalino

Bio

I' am a wildlife biologist, with a PhD in Biology (Ecology and Biosystematics). Currently I' am an Assistance Researcher at the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro (Portugal). My research focuses on mammalian ecology, behavior and conservation, with an emphasis on carnivores. I am also interested in the ecological strategies involved in carnivore adaptation to changing environments, in oak woodlands vertebrate community structure, in assessing the conservation role of agriculture landscape and in the impact of zoonotic parasites on wild mammal populations. My current research is driven by one major goal: to understands the functional conservation role of agriculture and forestry landscapes in Europe and in the Neotropics to mammals.

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Reviews

184

Reviews (last 12 months)

29

Reviews (average per year)

15

Merit

679

Openness

0.0%

Review to Publication ratio

3.9:1


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