Publicaciones 2019


A long and troublesome journey: People’s perceptions and attitudes along the migratory path of a scavenger bird

Fernando Ballejo, Maricel Graña Grilli, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Introduced lagomorph produce stronger potential apparent competition in invaded communities than any other species in a similar but native food web

Facundo Barbar, Sergio A. Lambertucci

From Mexico to the Beagle Channel: A review of metal and metalloid pollution studies on wildlife species in Latin America.

A. Di Marzio, S. A. Lambertucci, A. J. Garcia Fernandez, E. Martínez-López 

Sustainable grazing management in rangelands: Over a century searching for a silver bullet

Agustina di Virgilio, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Juan M. Morales

Uncoupled evolution of male and female cone sizes in an ancient conifer lineage

Gabriela Gleiser, Karina L. Speziale, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Fernando Hiraldo,† José L. Tella,† Marcelo A. Aizen

Estado del conocimiento en ecología y conservación de los roquedales de la Argentina: Una revisión

Dulce S. Gómez Carella, Karina L. Speziale, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Nature’s clean-up crew: Quantifying ecosystem services offered by a migratory avian scavenger on a continental scale

Maricel Graña Grillia, Keith L. Bildstein, Sergio A. Lambertucci

The use of biosphere reserves by a wide-ranging avian scavenger indicates its significant potential for conservation

Jorgelina M. Guido, Pablo A. E. Alarcón, José A. Donázar, Fernando Hiraldo, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Genetic consequences of social dynamics in the Andean condor: the role of sex and age

Julian Padró, Jonathan N. Pauli, Paula L. Perrig, Sergio A. Lambertucci

The challenges of estimating the 1 distribution of flight heights from telemetry or altimetry data

Guillaume Péron, Justin M. Calabrese, Olivier Duriez, Christen H. Fleming, Ruth García Jiménez, Alison Johnston, Sergio Lambertucci, Kamran Safi, Emily L.C. Shepard

Demography of avian scavengers after Pleistocene megafaunal extinction

Paula L. Perrig, Emily D. Fountain, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Jonathan N. Pauli

Monitoring vultures in the 21st century: The need for standardized protocols

Paula L. Perrig, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Emiliano Donadio, Julian Padró, Jonathan N. Pauli

Protein electrophoresis in Andean condors (Vultur gryphus): Reference values and differences between wild and rehabilitating individuals

Pablo I. Plaza, Guillermo Blanco, Facundo Barbar, Guillermo Wiemeyer, Pablo Alarcón, José Antonio Donázar, Fernando Hiraldo, Sergio A. Lambertucci

The perfect threat: Pesticides and vultures

Pablo I. Plaza, Emma Martínez-López, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Scavenger birds exploiting rubbish dumps: Pathogens at the gates

Pablo I. Plaza, Guillermo Blanco, María Julia Madariaga, Eduardo Boeri, María Luisa Teijeiro, Griselda Bianco, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Natural hazards and wildlife health: The effects of a volcanic eruption on the Andean Condor

Pablo I. Plaza, Guillermo Wiemeyer, Guillermo Blanco, Pablo Alarcón, Dámaso Hornero-Méndez, José Antonio Donázar, José Antonio Sánchez-Zapata, Fernando Hiraldo, Jesús de la Rosa, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Dogs and Cats Put Wildlife at Risk

Pablo I. Plaza, Karina L. Speziale, Lucía B. Zamora-Nasca, Sergio A. Lambertucci

What do we know about lead contamination in wild vultures and condors? A review of decades of research

Pablo I. Plaza, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Drones as a Threat to Wildlife: YouTube Complements Science in Providing Evidence about Their Effect

Natalia Rebolo-Ifrán, Maricel Graña Grilli, Sergio A Lambertucci

Drivers of bird-window collisions in southern South America: a two-scale assessment applying citizen science

Natalia Rebolo-Ifrán, Agustina di Virgilio, Sergio A. Lambertucci

Soil net nitrogen mineralisation across global grasslands

A.C. Risch

Vertebrate Scavenging Communities

Nuria Selva, Marcos Moleón, Esther Sebastián-González, Travis L. DeVault, Maria Martina Quaggiotto, David M. Bailey, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Antoni Margalida