Leonardo Salas
Leonardo Salas
PRBO Conservation Science
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Diet of the lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris L.) in the Tabaro River valley, southern Venezuela
LA Salas, TK Fuller
Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (8), 1444-1451, 1996
Tapirus terrestris
A Naveda, B De Thoisy, C Richard-Hansen, DA Torres, L Salas, ...
IUCN, 2008
Modeling climate change impacts on tidal marsh birds: restoration and conservation planning in the face of uncertainty
SD Veloz, N Nur, L Salas, D Jongsomjit, J Wood, D Stralberg, G Ballard
Ecosphere 4 (4), 1-25, 2013
Habitat use by lowland tapirs (Tapirus terrestris L.) in the Tabaro River valley, southern Venezuela
LA Salas
Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (8), 1452-1458, 1996
Spatial factors and stochasticity in the evaluation of sustainable hunting of tapirs
LA Salas, JB Kim
Conservation Biology 16 (1), 86-96, 2002
Engaging ‘the crowd’in remote sensing to learn about habitat affinity of the Weddell seal in Antarctica
MA LaRue, DG Ainley, J Pennycook, K Stamatiou, L Salas, N Nur, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 6 (1), 70-78, 2020
Between a rock and a hard place: the impacts of climate change and housing development on breeding birds in California
D Jongsomjit, D Stralberg, T Gardali, L Salas, J Wiens
Landscape Ecology 28, 187-200, 2013
Improving effectiveness of systematic conservation planning with density data
S Veloz, L Salas, B Altman, J Alexander, D Jongsomjit, N Elliott, G Ballard
Conservation Biology 29 (4), 1217-1227, 2015
Annotated floristic checklist of the riparian corridor of the lower and middle Río Caura with comments on plantanimal interactions
C Knab-Vispo, J Rosales, PE Berry, G Rodríguez, L Salas, I Goldstein, ...
Plants and vertebrates of the Cauras riparian corridor. Sci. Guaianae 12, 35-139, 2003
Use of limestone karst forests by Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus morio) in the Sangkulirang peninsula, east Kalimantan, Indonesia
AJ Marshall, LA Salas, S Stephens, L Engström, E Meijaard, SA Stanley
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2007
Coping with the loss of large, energy‐dense prey: a potential bottleneck for Weddell Seals in the Ross Sea
L Salas, N Nur, D Ainley, J Burns, J Rotella, G Ballard
Ecological Applications 27 (1), 10-25, 2017
Composición y estructura de una comunidad de árboles grandes en el valle del río Tabaro, Venezuela: una muestra de 18, 75 ha
L Salas, PE Berry, I Goldstein
Ecología de la cuenca del río Caura, Venezuela. II. Estudios especiales …, 1997
Physical and ecological factors explain the distribution of Ross Sea Weddell seals during the breeding season
MA LaRue, L Salas, N Nur, DG Ainley, S Stammerjohn, L Barrington, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 612, 193-208, 2019
Incorporating canopy structure from simulated GEDI lidar into bird species distribution models
P Burns, M Clark, L Salas, S Hancock, D Leland, P Jantz, R Dubayah, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (9), 095002, 2020
The Avian Knowledge Network: a partnership to organize, analyze, and visualize bird observation data for education, conservation, research, and land management
M Iliff, L Salas, ER Inzunza, G Ballard, D Lepage, S Kelling
Fourth International Partners in Flight Conference: Tundra to Tropics …, 2009
Citizen science and habitat modelling facilitates conservation planning for crabeater seals in the Weddell Sea
M Wege, L Salas, M LaRue
Diversity and Distributions 26 (10), 1291-1304, 2020
How overfishing a large piscine mesopredator explains growth in Ross Sea penguin populations: a framework to better understand impacts of a controversial fishery
DG Ainley, EL Crockett, JT Eastman, WR Fraser, N Nur, K O’Brien, ...
Ecological modelling 349, 69-75, 2017
A comparative analysis of common methods to identify waterbird hotspots
AL Sussman, B Gardner, EM Adams, L Salas, KP Kenow, DR Luukkonen, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (9), 1454-1468, 2019
Insights from the first global population estimate of Weddell seals in Antarctica
M LaRue, L Salas, N Nur, D Ainley, S Stammerjohn, J Pennycook, ...
Science Advances 7 (39), eabh3674, 2021
Bark Consumption by the Painted Ringtail (Pseudochirulus forbesi larvatus) in Papua New Guinea1
SA Stephens, LA Salas, ES Dierenfeld
Biotropica 38 (5), 617-624, 2006
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