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Revilla E (in press). Individual and agent based models in population ecology and conservation biology. In: Population Biology in Practice: Underused, Misused, and Abused Methods. Eds Murray DL, Sandercock B. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. pp: XXX-XXX

Forcina G, Vallet D, Le Gouar PJ, Bernardo-Madrid R, Molina-Vacas G, Dréano S, Revilla E, Rodríguez-Teijeiro JD, Ménard N, Bermejo M, Vilá C. (2019) From groups to communities in western lowland gorillas. Proc R Soc London in press

Quevedo M, Echegaray J, Fernández-Gil A, Leonard JA, Naves J, Ordiz A, Revilla E, Vilà C. (2019) Lethal management may hinder population recovery in Iberian wolves. Biodiversity and Conservation 28:415–432 doi: 10.1007/s10531-018-1668-x

Grilo C, Lucas PM, Fernández-Aguilar A, Seara M, Costa G, Roque S, Rio-Maior H, Alvares F, Petrucci-Fonseca F, Revilla E (2019) Refuge as major habitat driver for wolf presence in humanized landscapes. Animal Conservation 22: 59-71. doi: 10.1111/acv.12435

Naves J, A Ordiz, A Fernández-Gil, V Penteriani, MM Delgado, JV López-Bao, E Revilla M Delibes (2018). Patterns of brown bear damages on apiaries and management recommendations in the Cantabrian Mountains, Spain. PloS One 13:e0206733 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0206733

Torres A, Fernández N, zu Ermgassen S, Helmer W, Revilla E, Saavedra D, Perino A, Mimet A, Rey-Benayas JM, Selva N, Schepers F, Svenning J-C, Pereira HM (2018) Measuring rewilding progress. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 373: 20170433.  doi: 10.1098/rstb.2017.0433

Polaina E, M González-Suárez, T Kuemmerle, L Kehoe, E Revilla (2018) From tropical shelters to temperate defaunation: the relationship between agricultural transition stage and the distribution of threatened mammals. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27:647-657. doi:10.1111/geb.12725

Grilo C, G Molina-Vacas, X Fernández-Aguilar, J Rodríguez, V Ramiro, F Porto-Peter, F Ascensão, J Román, E Revilla (2018). Species-specific movement traits and specialization determine the spatial responses of small mammals towards roads. Landscape and Urban Planning 169:199-207. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2017.09.014

Casas-Marce M, Marmesat E, Soriano L, Martínez-Cruz B, Lucena M , Nocete F, Rodríguez-Hidalgo A, Canals A, Nadal J, Detry C, Bernáldez Sánchez E, Fernández Rodríguez C, Pérez-Ripoll M, Stiller M, Hofreiter M, Rodríguez A, Revilla E, Delibes M, Godoy JA (2017) Spatio-temporal dynamics of genetic variation in the Iberian lynx along its path to extinction reconstructed with ancient DNA. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34:2893-2907. doi:10.1093/molbev/msx222

Sergiel A, J Naves, P Kujawski, R Ma?lak, E Serwa, D Ramos, A Fernández-Gil, E Revilla, T Zwijacz-Kozica, F Zi?ba, J Painer, N Selva (2017). Histological, chemical and behavioral evidence of pedal communication in brown bears. Scientific Reports 7:1052 (10pp)  doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-01136-1

Bautista C, J Naves, E Revilla, N Fernández, J Albrecht, AK Scharf, R Rigg, AA Karamanlidis, K Jerina , D Huber, S Palazón, R Kont, P Cuicci, C Groff, A Dutsov, J Seijas, P-I Quenette, A Olsza?ska,  M Shkvyria, M Adamec, J Ozolins, M Jonozovic, N Selva (2017). Patterns and correlates of claims for brown bear damages on a continental scale. Journal of Applied Ecology 54:282–292 doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12708

Olalla-Tárraga, MA, M González-Suárez, R Bernardo-Madrid, E Revilla, F Villalobos (2016) Contrasting evidence of phylogenetic trophic niche conservatism in mammals worldwide. Journal of Biogeography 44:99-110 doi:10.1111/jbi.12823

Blas J, Abaurrea T, D'Amico M, Barcellona F, Revilla E, Román J and Carrete M (2016). Management-related traffic as a stressor eliciting parental care in a roadside-nesting bird: the European bee-eater Merops apiaster. Plos One 11 (10):e0164371 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164371

Grilo C, I del Cerro, A Centeno-Cuadros, V Ramiro, J Román, G Molina-Vacas, X Fernández-aguilar, J Rodríguez, F Porto-Peter, C Fonseca, E Revilla, JA Godoy (2016). Heterogeneous road networks have no apparent effect on the genetic structure of small mammal populations. Science of the Total Environment 565:706-713 doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.05.074

Polaina E, E Revilla, M Gonzalez-Suarez (2016). Putting susceptibility on the map to improve conservation planning, an example with terrestrial mammals. Diversity and Distributions 22: 881-892 doi: 10.1111/ddi.12452

Gonzalez-Voyer A, M González-Suárez, C Vila, E Revilla (2016). Larger brain size indirectly increases vulnerability to extinction. Evolution 70: 1364–1375 doi: 10.1111/evo.12943

Tablado Z, E Revilla, D Dubrai, S Said, D Maillard, A Loison (2016).  From steps to home ranges formation: species-specific movement upscaling among sympatric ungulates. Functional Ecology 30: 1384-1396 doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.1260

Lucas PM, M González-Suárez, E Revilla (2016). Toward multifactorial null models of range contraction in terrestrial vertebrates. Ecography 39:1100-1108 doi: 10.1111/ecog.01819

Fernández-Gil A, J Naves, A Ordiz, M Quevedo, E Revilla, M Delibes (2016). Conflict misleads large carnivore management and conservation: brown bears and wolves in Spain. PLos One 11(3): e0151541. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0151541

Periquet S, C Mapendere, E Revilla, J Banda, DW Macdonald, AJ Loveridge, H Fritz (2016). A potential role for interference competition with lions in den selection and attendance by spotted hyaenas. Mammalian Biology 81:227-234 doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2015.10.005

D'Amico M, S Periquet J Román, E Revilla (2016). Road avoidance responses determine the impact of heterogeneous road networks at a regional scale. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:181-190 doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12572

Périquet, S, M Valeix, J Claypole, N Drouet-Hoguet, J Salnicki, S Mudimba, E Revilla, H Fritz (2015). Spotted hyaenas switch their foraging strategy as a response to changes in intraguild interactions with lions. Journal of Zoology 297:245–254 doi:10.1111/jzo.12275 listen podcast interview with Stephanie

Polaina E, M González-Suarez, E Revilla (2015). Socioeconomic correlates of global mammalian conservation status. Ecosphere 6: art146 (34pp) doi: 10.1890/ES14-00505.1

Grilo C, FZ Ferreira, E Revilla (2015). No evidence of a threshold in traffic volume affecting road-kill mortality at large spatio-temporal scale. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 55:54-58 doi:10.1016/j.eiar.2015.07.003

Périquet S, H Fritz, E Revilla (2015). The Lion King and the Hyaena Queen: large carnivores interactions and coexistence. Biological Reviews 90: 1197-1214  doi:10.1111/brv.12152

D'Amico M, J Román, L de los Reyes, E Revilla (2015). Vertebrate road-kill patterns in Mediterranean habitats: who, when and where. Biological Conservation 191:234-242. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2015.06.010

D'Amico M, AP Clevenger, J Román, Revilla (2015). General versus specific surveys: estimating the suitability of different road-crossing structures for small mammals. Journal of Wildlife Management 79: 854–860 doi:10.1002/jwmg.900

Grilo C, D Reto, J Felipe, F Ascensão, E Revilla. (2014) Understanding the mechanisms behind road effects: linking occurrence with road mortality in owls. Animal Conservation 17:in press doi: 10.1111/acv.12120

Pérez T, J Naves, JF Vázquez, A Fernández-Gil, J Seijas, J Albornoz, E Revilla, M Delibes, A Domínguez. (2014) Estimating the population size of the endangered Cantabrian brown bear through genetic sampling. Wildlife Biology 20:300-309 doi: 10.2981/wlb.00069

Clavero M, E Revilla. (2014) Biodiversity data: Mine centuries-old citizen science. Nature. 510: 35. doi:10.1038/510035c

D'Amico M, Z Tablado, E Revilla, F Palomares. (2014) Free housing for declining populations: Optimizing the provision of artificial breeding structures. Journal for Nature Conservation 22:369-376. doi: 10.1016/j.jnc.2014.03.006

González-Suárez M, E Revilla. (2014). Generalized drivers in the mammalian endangerment process. PLoS One, 9(2): e90292. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0090292

González-Suárez M, E Revilla. (2013) Variability in life-history and ecological traits is a buffer against extinction in mammals. Ecology Letters 16:242-251 doi: 10.1111/ele.12035 Editors' Choice in Science

González-Suárez M, A Gómez, E Revilla (2013). Which intrinsic traits predict vulnerability to extinction depends on the actual threatening processes. Ecosphere 4:art76. doi:10.1890/ES12-00380.

D'Amico, M, C Rouco, JC Russell, J Roman, E Revilla (2013). Invaders on the road: synanthropic bird foraging along highways. Oecologia Australis 17:86-95 doi: 10.4257/oeco.2013.1701.0

Villalva P, Reto D, Santos-Reis M, Revilla E, Grilo C (2013) Do dry ledges reduce the barrier effect of roads? Ecological Engineering 57:143-148. doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2013.04.005

Martin J, B van Moorter, E Revilla, P Blanchard, S Dray, P-Y Quenette, D Allaine, JE Swenson (2013). Reciprocal modulation of internal and external factors determine female brown bear movements. Journal of Animal Ecology 82:290-300. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2012.02038.x

Tablado Z, E Revilla. (2012) Contrasting effects of climate change on rabbit populations through reproduction. PLoS One 7(11): e48988 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048988

Casas-Marcé M, E Revilla, M Fernandes, A Rodríguez, M Delibes, JA Godoy. (2012) The value of hidden scientific resources: preserved animal specimens from private collections and small museums. Bioscience 62:1077-1082. doi:10.1525/bio.2012.62.12.9

Nathan R, Klein EK, Robledo-Arnuncio JJ, Revilla E (2012) Dispersal kernels: review. pp:187-210. In: Clobert J, Baguette M, Benton TG, Bullock JM (eds.) Dispersal Ecology and Evolution. Oxford University Press. 978-0-19-960890-4

González-Suárez M, PM Lucas, E Revilla. (2012) Biases in comparative analyses of extinction risk: mind the gap. Journal of Animal Ecology 81:1211-1222. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2012.01999.x

Grilo C, J Sousa, F Ascensão, H Matos, I Leitão, P Pinheiro, M Costa, J Bernardo, D Reto, R Lourenço, M Santos-Reis, E Revilla. (2012) Individual spatial responses towards roads: implications for mortality risk. PLoS ONE 7(9): e43811. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043811

Rodríguez A, J Calzada, E Revilla, JV López-Bao, F Palomares (2012) Bringing science back to the conservation of the Iberian lynx. Conservation Biology 26:737-739. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01872.x

Palomares F, JA Godoy, JV López-Bao, A Rodríguez, S Roques, M Casas-Marce, E Revilla, M Delibes (2012). Possible extinction vortex for a population of Iberian lynx on the verge of extirpation. Conservation Biology 26:689-697. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01870.x

Martin J, E Revilla, P-Y Quenette, J Naves, D Allaine, JE Swenson (2012). Brown bear habitat suitability in the Pyrenees: transferability across sites and linking scales to make the most of scarce data. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:621-631 doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02139.x

Barnosky AD, EA Hadly, J Bascompte, E Berlow, JH Brown, M Fortelius, WM Getz, J Harte, A Hastings, PA Marquet, N Martinez, A Mooers, P Roopnarine, G Vermeij, JW Williams, R Gillespie, J Kitzes, C Marshall, N Matzke, D Mindell, E Revilla, AB Smith (2012). Approaching a state shift in Earth's biosphere. Nature 486:52-58. doi:10.1038/nature11018

Negrões N, R Sollmann, C Fonseca, ATA Jàcomo, E Revilla, L Silveira. (2012). One or two cameras per station? Monitoring jaguars and other mammals in the Amazon. Ecological Research 27:639-648. doi10.1007/s11284-012-0938-4

Delibes M, J Calzada, M Clavero, N Fernández, C Gutiérrez-Expósito, E Revilla, J Román. (2012).  The near threatened Eurasian otter Lutra lutra in Morocco: No sign of recovery. Oryx 46:249-252. doi:10.1017/S0030605311001517

Clavero M, R Araujo, J Calzada, M Delibes, N Fernández, C Gutiérrez-Expósito, E Revilla, J Román (2012). The first invasive bivalve in African freshwaters: invasion portrait and management options. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22: 277-280. doi: 10.1002/aqc.2231

Tablado Z, E Revilla, F Palomares (2012). Dying like rabbits: general determinants of spatio-temporal variability in survival. Journal of Animal Ecology 81:150-161. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2011.01884.x 

Lara-Romero C, E Virgos, E Revilla (2012). Sett density as an estimator of population density in the European badger (Meles meles). Mammal Review 42:78-84. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2907.2011.00194.x

Delibes M, MC Blázquez, L Soriano, E Revilla, JA Godoy. (2011) High antipredatory efficiency of insular lizards: a warning signal of excessive specimen collection? Plos One 6(12): e29312. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0029312 

Ferreira JP, I Leitão; M Santos-Reis, E Revilla. (2011) Human related factors regulate the spatial ecology of domestic cats in sensitive areas for conservation. PLoS One 6(10): e25970. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0025970.

Melero Y, S Palazón, E Revilla, J Gosalbez (2011) Winter activity patterns in an invading Mediterranean population of American mink (Neovison vison). Folia Zoologica 60:47-53.

Negrões N, E Revilla, C Fonseca, AMVM Soares, ATA Jácomo, L Silveira (2011) Private forest reserves can aid in preserving the community of medium and large-sized vertebrates in the Amazon arc of deforestation. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:505-518.

Delibes M, J Calzada, C Chávez, E Revilla, BA Ribeiro, D Prado, C Keller, F Palomares (2011). Unusual observation of an ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) eating an adult Linnaeus's two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus). Mammalian Biology 76:240-241

Palomares F, A Rodríguez, E Revilla, JV López-Bao, J Calzada. (2011) Assessment of the conservation efforts to prevent extinction of the Iberian lynx . Conservation Biology 25:4-8.

Negrões N, P Sarmento, J Cruz, C Eira, E Revilla, C Fonseca, R Sollmann, NM Tôrres,  MM Furtado, ATA Jàcomo, L Silveira. (2010) Use of camera trapping to estimate puma density and influencing factors in Central Brazil. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1195–1203

Delgado MM, V Penteriani, E Revilla, VO Nams (2010). The effect of phenotypic traits and external cues on natal dispersal movements. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 620-632

Casas-Marce M, E Revilla, JA Godoy. (2010) Searching DNA in museum specimens: a comparison of sources in a mammal species. Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 502-507 suppl. matherial

Tablado Z, E Revilla, F Palomares. (2009) Breeding like rabbits: Global patterns of variability and determinants of European wild rabbit reproduction. Ecography 32: 310-320 suppl. matherial

Nathan R, WM Getz, E Revilla, M Holyoak, R Kadmon, D Saltz, PE Smouse. (2008) A Movement Ecology Paradigm for Unifying Organismal Movement Research. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:19052-19059 suppl. matherial

Holyoak M, R Casagrandi, R Nathan, E Revilla, O Spiegel. (2008) Trends and missing parts in the study of movement ecology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:19060-19065 suppl. matherial

Revilla E, T Wiegand. (2008) Individual movement behavior, matrix heterogeneity and the dynamics of spatially structured populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105:19120-19125 suppl. matherial Appendix

Melero Y, S Palazón, E Revilla, J Martelo, J Gosàlbez. (2008) Space use and habitat preferences of the invasive American mink in a Mediterranean area. European Journal of Wildlife Research 54: 54:609-617

Roelke, M.E., W.E. Jonson, J. Millán, F. Palomares, E. Revilla, A. Rodríguez, J. Calzada, P. Ferreras, L.L. León-Vizcaíno, M. Delibes, & S.J. O´Brien. (2008). Exposure to disease agents in the endangered Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus). European Journal of Wildlife Research 54:171-178.

Revilla, E. 2008. Collalba gris (Oenanthe oenanthe). Páginas 195-196 en J García Fernández, LA Ramos, X Vázquez (eds). Atlas de las aves reproductoras de León. Diputación de León, León

Revilla, E. 2008. Collalba rubia (Oenanthe hispanica). Páginas: 196-197 en J García Fernández, LA Ramos, X Vázquez (eds). Atlas de las aves reproductoras de León. Diputación de León, León

Revilla, E., A. Rodríguez, J. Román, y F. Palomares 2007. Análisis de viabilidad de la metapoblación de lince ibérico de Doñana: una estrategia de manejo adaptativo para su conservación. Pp. 307-323 en Proyectos de investigación en parques nacionales: 2003-2006. L. Ramírez & B. Asensio (eds.). Parques Nacionales, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, Madrid


Kramer-Schadt, S, E. Revilla, T. Wiegand & V. Grimm. 2007. Patterns for parameters in simulation models. Ecological Modelling 204: 553-556

Revilla E., J. G. Casanova & E. Virgós (2007): Meles meles (Linnaeus, 1758). En: L.J. Palomo, J. Gisbert y J.C. Blanco. (eds). Atlas y Libro rojo de los mamíferos terrestres de España. Dirección General para la Biodiversidad, SECEM, SECEMU, Madrid. Pp: 308-311

Martín-Atance, P., L. León-Vizcaíno, F. Palomares, E. Revilla, M. González-Candela, J. Calzada, M. J. Cubero-Pablo, & M. Delibes 2006. Antibodies to Mycobacterium bovis in wild carnivores from Doñana National Park (Spain). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42: 704–708

Román, J., G. Ruiz, M. Delibes & E. Revilla. (2006) Factores ambientales condicionantes de la presencia de la lagartija de Carbonell Podarcis carbonelli (Pérez-Mellado, 1981) en la comarca de Doñana. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 29:73-82

Grimm, V., E. Revilla, U. Berger, F. Jeltsch, W. M. Mooij, S. F. Railsback, H-H. Thulke, J. Weiner, T. Wiegand & D. L. DeAngelis. (2005) Pattern-oriented Modeling of Agent-based Complex Systems: Lessons from Ecology. Science 310: 987-991

Kramer-Schadt, S., E. Revilla & T. Wiegand. (2005) Lynx reintroductions in fragmented landscapes of Germany: projects with a future or misunderstood wildlife conservation? Biological Conservation 125:169-182 Supp. matherial

Martín-Atance, P., F. Palomares, M. González-Candela, E. Revilla, M. J. Cubero, J. Calzada, & L. León-Vizcaíno. (2005) Bovine Tuberculosis in a Free Ranging Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) from Doñana National Park (Spain). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 41: 435-436

Troyer, J. L., J. Pecon-Slattery, M. E. Roelke, W. Johnson, S. VandeWoude, N. Vazquez-Salat, M. Brown, L. Frank, R. Woodroffe, C. Winterbach, H. Winterbach, G. Hemson, M. Bush, K. A. Alexander, E. Revilla & S. J. O'Brien. (2005) Seroprevalence and genomic divergence of circulating strains of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus among Felidae and Hyaenidae species. Journal of Virology 79:8282-8294

Grimm, V., E. Revilla, J. Groeneveld, S. Kramer-Schadt, M. Schwager, J. Tews, M.C. Wichmann, F. Jeltsch (2005) Importance of buffer mechanisms for population viability analysis. Conservation Biology 19:578-580

Wiegand T., E. Revilla, & K. A. Moloney. (2005) Effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on population dynamics. Conservation Biology 19:108-121

Palomares, F., E. Revilla, J. Calzada, N. Fernández & M. Delibes (2005) Reproduction and pre-dispersal survival of Iberian lynx in a subpopulation of the Doñana National Park. Biological Conservation 122:53-59

Virgós, E., E. Revilla, J. G. Mangas & X.-Domingo Roura (eds) (2005). Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Virgós, E., J. G. Mangas, E. Revilla & X.-Domingo Roura (2005) Introducción general. En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM. Pp: 5-8.

Virgós, E. y E. Revilla (2005) Métodos de estudio de la abundancia de tejón (Meles meles). En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Virgós, E., E. Revilla, J. G. Mangas, J. M. Barea-Azcón, L.M. Rosalino & A. de Marinis (2005) Revisión de la dieta del tejón (Meles meles) en la península Ibérica: comparación con otras localidades de su área de distribución natural. En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Virgós, E., E. Revilla, J. G. Casanovas & J. G. Mangas (2005) Factores que determinan la distribución y abundancia del tejón a escala de paisaje. En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Revilla, E. & F. Palomares (2005) Patrones generales de organización social en el tejón eurasiático. En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Virgós, E., J. G. Mangas, E. Revilla & X.-Domingo Roura (2005) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos: síntesis de resultados y principales conclusiones. En: Virgós, E. y col.(eds.) Ecología y conservación del tejón en ecosistemas mediterráneos. Sociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos SECEM.

Revilla, E, T. Wiegand, F. Palomares, P. Ferreras & M. Delibes (2004) Effects of matrix heterogeneity on animal dispersal: from individual behavior to metapopulation-level parameters. The American Naturalist 164:E130-153

Kramer-Schadt, S., E. Revilla, T. Wiegand & U. Breitenmoser. (2004) Fragmented landscapes, road mortality and patch connectivity: modelling influences on the dispersal of the Eurasian lynx. Journal of Applied Ecology 41:711-723

Johnson, W. E., J. A. Godoy, F. Palomares, M. Delibes, M. Fernandes, E. Revilla & S. J. O'Brien. (2004). Phylogenetic and phylogeographic analysis of Iberian lynx populations. Journal of Heredity 95: 19-28

Ferreras, P., M. Delibes, F. Palomares, J.M. Fedriani, J. Calzada & E. Revilla. (2004) Proximate and ultimate causes of dispersal in the Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus. Behavioral Ecology: 15: 31-40

Wiegand, T., E. Revilla & F. Knauer (2004) Reducing uncertainty in spatially explicit population models. Biodiversity and Conservation 13: 53-78

Naves, J., T. Wiegand, E. Revilla & M. Delibes. (2003) Endangered species constrained by natural and human factors: the case of brown bears in Northern Spain. Conservation Biology 17: 1276-1289

Revilla E. (2003) Moving beyond the resource dispersion hypothesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(8): 380

Revilla, E. (2003) What does the Resource Dispersion Hypothesis explain, if anything? Oikos 101: 428-432

Higgins, S.I., S. Lavorel & E. Revilla. (2003) Estimating plant migration rates under habitat loss and fragmentation. Oikos, 101: 354-366

Revilla, E (2003) Las ardillas rojas de Estrabón. Jara y Sedal 21: 130.

Palomares, F., M. Delibes, P. Ferreras, J. Aldama, E. Revilla, J. Calzada, & N. Fernández (2003). Estructura de la metapoblación de linces de Doñana. pp.: 505-526. En: J. M. Pérez Jiménez (ed). In Memoriam al Prof. Dr. Isidoro Ruiz Martínez. Universidad de Jaén, Jaén.

Revilla, E. & F. Palomares (2002) Spatial organization, group living and ecological correlates in low-density populations of Eurasian badgers, Meles meles. Journal of Animal Ecology 71: 497-512

Schadt, S., F. Knauer, P. Kaczensky, E. Revilla, T. Wiegand, & L. Trepl (2002). Rule-based assessment of suitable habitat and patch connectivity for the Eurasian lynx. Ecological Applications 12: 1469-1483

Revilla, E. & F. Palomares (2002). Does local feeding specialization exist in Eurasian badgers? Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 83-93

Schadt, S., E. Revilla, T. Wiegand, F. Knauer, P. Kaczensky, U. Breitenmoser, L. Bufka, J. Cerveny, T. Huber, C. Stanisa & L. Trepl (2002) Assessing the suitability of central European landscapes for the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx. Journal of Applied Ecology 39: 189-203

Revilla E., J. G. Casanova & E. Virgós (2002): Meles meles Linnaeus, 1758. Tejón. En: L.J. Palomo y J. Gisbert. (eds). Atlas de los mamíferos terrestres de España. Dirección General de Conservación de la Naturaleza, SECEM-SECEMU, Madrid. Pp: 274-277

Revilla, E. (2002) El desconocido. Jara y Sedal 12: 146

Revilla, E., F. Palomares & N. Fernández (2001) Characteristics, location and selection of diurnal resting dens by Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) in a low density area. Journal of Zoology, London 255: 291-299.

Palomares F., M. Delibes, E. Revilla, J. Calzada & J. M. Fedriani (2001). Spatial ecology of Iberian lynx and abundance of European rabbits in southwestern Spain. Wildlife Monographs 148: 1-36

Revilla, E., F. Palomares & M. Delibes, M. (2001) Edge-core effects and the effectiveness of traditional reserves in conservation: Eurasian badgers in Doñana National Park. Conservation Biology 15: 148-158

Revilla, E., & F. Palomares (2001) Differences in key habitat use between dominant and subordinate animals: intraterritorial dominance payoffs in Eurasian badgers? Canadian Journal of Zoology 79: 165-170

Revilla, E. (2000) The social organisation of Eurasian badgers in Spain. Mammal Review 30: 231

Palomares F., M. Delibes, P. Ferreras, J. M. Fedriani, J. Calzada & E. Revilla (2000) Iberian lynx in a fragmented landscape: pre-dispersal, dispersal and post-dispersal habitats. Conservation Biology 14: 809-818

Revilla, E., F. Palomares & M. Delibes (2000) Defining key habitats for low density populations of Eurasian badgers in Mediterranean environments. Biological Conservation 95: 269-277

Revilla, E. & F. Palomares (1999) Changes in the behaviour of a male Eurasian badger: evidence in favour of the anti-kleptogamy hypothesis? Acta Theriologica 44: 471-476

Revilla, E., M. Delibes, A. Travaini, & F. Palomares (1999) Physical and population parameters of Eurasian badgers (Meles meles L.) from Mediterranean Spain. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde 64: 269-276.

Ferreras, P., E. Revilla & M. Delibes. (1999). Pequeños y medianos carnívoros Ibéricos. Biológica 28: 14-37

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Palomares, F., J. Calzada & E. Revilla. (1996). El manejo del hábitat y la abundancia de conejos: diferencias entre dos áreas potencialmente idénticas. Revista Florestal 9: 201-210

Revilla, E. & F. Palomares (1996). Los furtivos matan a la mitad de los tejones marcados en Doñana. Quercus 131: 46