Fernando Ascensão
Fernando Ascensão
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TitleCited byYear
Factors affecting culvert use by vertebrates along two stretches of road in southern Portugal
F Ascensão, A Mira
Ecological Research 22 (1), 57-66, 2007
Individual spatial responses towards roads: implications for mortality risk
C Grilo, J Sousa, F Ascensão, H Matos, I Leitão, P Pinheiro, M Costa, ...
PLoS One 7 (9), e43811, 2012
Do well-connected landscapes promote road-related mortality?
C Grilo, F Ascensão, M Santos-Reis, JA Bissonette
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57 (4), 707-716, 2011
Wildlife–vehicle collision mitigation: Is partial fencing the answer? An agent-based model approach
F Ascensão, A Clevenger, M Santos-Reis, P Urbano, N Jackson
Ecological Modelling 257, 36-43, 2013
Environmental challenges for the Belt and Road Initiative
F Ascensão, L Fahrig, AP Clevenger, RT Corlett, JAG Jaeger, ...
Nature Sustainability 1, 206–209, 2018
Highway verges as habitat providers for small mammals in agrosilvopastoral environments
F Ascensão, AP Clevenger, C Grilo, J Filipe, M Santos-Reis
Biodiversity and Conservation 21 (14), 3681-3697, 2012
Carcass persistence and detectability: reducing the uncertainty surrounding wildlife-vehicle collision surveys
RAL Santos, SM Santos, M Santos-Reis, AP de Figueiredo, A Bager, ...
PloS one 11 (11), e0165608, 2016
Understanding the mechanisms behind road effects: linking occurrence with road mortality in owls
C Grilo, D Reto, J Filipe, F Ascensão, E Revilla
Animal Conservation 17 (6), 555-564, 2014
Spatial patterns of road kills: a case study in Southern Portugal
F Ascensão, A Mira
Inter-individual variability of stone marten behavioral responses to a highway
F Ascensão, C Grilo, S LaPoint, J Tracey, AP Clevenger, M Santos-Reis
PLoS One 9 (7), e103544, 2014
Disentangle the causes of the road barrier effect in small mammals through genetic patterns
F Ascensão, C Mata, JE Malo, P Ruiz-Capillas, C Silva, AP Silva, ...
PloS one 11 (3), e0151500, 2016
Spatial patterns of road mortality of medium–large mammals in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
F Ascensão, ALJ Desbiez, EP Medici, A Bager
Wildlife Research 44 (2), 135-146, 2017
Mixed sampling protocols improve the cost-effectiveness of roadkill surveys
AS Costa, F Ascensao, A Bager
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (12), 2953-2965, 2015
A review of searcher efficiency and carcass persistence in infrastructure-driven mortality assessment studies
R Barrientos, RC Martins, F Ascensão, M D'Amico, F Moreira, ...
Biological conservation 222, 146-153, 2018
The effect of roads on edge permeability and movement patterns for small mammals: a case study with Montane Akodont
F Ascensão, PS Lucas, A Costa, A Bager
Landscape ecology 32 (4), 781-790, 2017
Assessing the consistency of hotspot and hot-moment patterns of wildlife road mortality over time
RAL Santos, F Ascensão, ML Ribeiro, A Bager, M Santos-Reis, ...
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 15 (1), 56-60, 2017
Species-specific movement traits and specialization determine the spatial responses of small mammals towards roads
C Grilo, G Molina-Vacas, X Fernández-Aguilar, J Rodriguez-Ruiz, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 169, 199-207, 2018
Roads, traffic and verges: big problems and big opportunities for small mammals
F Ascensão, S LaPoint, R van der Ree
Handbook of Road Ecology, 325, 2015
Bird on the wire: Landscape planning considering costs and benefits for bird populations coexisting with power lines
M D’Amico, I Catry, RC Martins, F Ascensão, R Barrientos, F Moreira
Ambio 47 (6), 650-656, 2018
Modelling the risk of invasion by the red-swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii): incorporating local variables to better inform management decisions
FD Moreira, F Ascensao, C Capinha, D Rodrigues, P Segurado, ...
Biological invasions 17 (1), 273-285, 2015
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