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Alys Granados
Alys Granados
Felidae Conservation Fund
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Movement and occurrence of two elephant herds in a human-dominated landscape, the Bénoué Wildlife Conservation Area, Cameroon
A Granados, RB Weladji, MR Loomis
Tropical Conservation Science 5 (2), 150-162, 2012
272012
Persistence of mammals in a selectively logged forest in Malaysian Borneo
A Granados, K Crowther, JF Brodie, H Bernard
Mammalian Biology 81 (3), 268-273, 2016
252016
Human–elephant conflict around Bénoué National Park, Cameroon: Influence on local attitudes and implications for conservation
A Granados, RB Weladji
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 17 (2), 77-90, 2012
232012
Defaunation and habitat disturbance interact synergistically to alter seedling recruitment
A Granados, JF Brodie, H Bernard, MJ O'Brien
Ecological applications 27 (7), 2092-2101, 2017
192017
Pangolins in global camera trap data: Implications for ecological monitoring
H Khwaja, C Buchan, OR Wearn, D Bantlin, H Bernard, R Bitariho, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 20, e00769, 2019
162019
A pantropical assessment of vertebrate physical damage to forest seedlings and the effects of defaunation
C Rosin, JR Poulsen, V Swamy, A Granados
Global ecology and conservation 11, 188-195, 2017
162017
Models for assessing local‐scale co‐abundance of animal species while accounting for differential detectability and varied responses to the environment
JF Brodie, OE Helmy, J Mohd‐Azlan, A Granados, H Bernard, ...
Biotropica 50 (1), 5-15, 2018
122018
Lowland biotic attrition revisited: body size and variation among climate change ‘winners’ and ‘losers’
JF Brodie, M Strimas-Mackey, J Mohd-Azlan, A Granados, H Bernard, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1847), 20162335, 2017
112017
The influence of logging on vertebrate responses to mast fruiting
A Granados, H Bernard, JF Brodie
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (6), 892-902, 2019
92019
Crossing the (Wallace) line: local abundance and distribution of mammals across biogeographic barriers
JF Brodie, O Helmy, M Pangau‐Adam, G Ugiek, G Froese, A Granados, ...
Biotropica 50 (1), 116-124, 2018
92018
Persistence of tropical Asian ungulates in the face of hunting and climate change
A Granados, JF Brodie
The ecology of large herbivores in South and Southeast Asia, 223-235, 2016
82016
The combined impacts of experimental defaunation and logging on seedling traits and diversity
A Granados, H Bernard, JF Brodie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172882, 2018
52018
The Gunung Palung Orangutan Project: Twenty-five years at the intersection of research and conservation in a critical landscape in Indonesia
CD Knott, EE Kane, M Achmad, EJ Barrow, ML Bastian, J Beck, ...
Biological Conservation 255, 108856, 2021
42021
Local attitudes and elephant spatial distribution in the Bénoué region, Cameroon: implications for human-elephant conflict and conservation
A Granados
Concordia University, 2011
32011
The potential value of camera-trap studies for identifying, ageing, sexing and studying the phenology of Bornean Lophura pheasants
JH Fischer, SEI Jones, JF Brodie, AJ Marshall, E Setiawan, A Wain, ...
Forktail 33, 92-102, 2017
22017
Ecological effects of disrupting plant-animal interactions
A Granados
University of British Columbia, 2017
12017
Behavioral “bycatch” from camera trap surveys yields insights on prey responses to human-mediated predation risk
C Burton, C Beirne, C Sun, A Granados, M Procko, C Chen, M Fennell, ...
2022
Limited influence of experimentally induced predation risk on granivory in a tropical forest
A Granados, H Bernard, JF Brodie
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 1-5, 2022
2022
First direct leopard evidence in 20 years in Campo-Ma’an conservation area, Cameroon
I Blaise Djoko, A Granados, R Weladji, P Pare
IUCN Cat News, 2021
2021
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