Nélida R. Villaseñor
Nélida R. Villaseñor
Universidad de Chile ; Universidad Bernardo O'Higgins
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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The trajectory of dispersal research in conservation biology. Systematic review
DA Driscoll, SC Banks, PS Barton, K Ikin, P Lentini, DB Lindenmayer, ...
PloS one 9 (4), e95053, 2014
Urbanization Impacts on Mammals across Urban-Forest Edges and a Predictive Model of Edge Effects
NR Villaseñor, DA Driscoll, MAH Escobar, P Gibbons, DB Lindenmayer
PLoS ONE 9 (5), e97036, 2014
Key lessons for achieving biodiversity‐sensitive cities and towns
K Ikin, DS Le Roux, L Rayner, NR Villaseñor, K Eyles, P Gibbons, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (3), 206-214, 2015
The relative importance of aquatic and terrestrial variables for frogs in an urbanizing landscape: Key insights for sustainable urban development
NR Villasenor, DA Driscoll, P Gibbons, AJK Calhoun, DB Lindenmayer
Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 26-35, 2017
Twelve-year change in tree diversity and spatial segregation in the Mediterranean city of Santiago, Chile
HJ Hernández, NR Villaseñor
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 29, 10-18, 2018
Strong influence of local habitat structure on mammals reveals mismatch with edge effects models
NR Villaseñor, W Blanchard, DA Driscoll, P Gibbons, DB Lindenmayer
Landscape Ecology 30 (2), 229-245, 2015
There is no place like home: high homing rate and increased mortality after translocation of a small mammal
NR Villaseñor, MAH Escobar, CF Estades
European Journal of Wildlife Research 59 (5), 749-760, 2013
Compact development minimizes the impacts of urban growth on native mammals
NR Villaseñor, AIT Tulloch, DA Driscoll, P Gibbons, DB Lindenmayer
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (3), 794-804, 2017
Vacant lands as refuges for native birds: An opportunity for biodiversity conservation in cities
NR Villaseñor, LA Chiang, HJ Hernández, MAH Escobar
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 49, 126632, 2020
Cemeteries and biodiversity conservation in cities: how do landscape and patch-level attributes influence bird diversity in urban park cemeteries?
NR Villaseñor, MAH Escobar
Urban Ecosystems 22 (6), 1037-1046, 2019
Decline of forest structural elements across forest–urban interfaces is stronger with high rather than low residential density
NR Villaseñor, W Blanchard, DB Lindenmayer
Basic and applied ecology 17 (5), 418-427, 2016
Conservación en la ciudad:¿ Cómo influye la estructura del hábitat sobre la abundancia de especies de aves en una metrópoli latinoamericana?
JF Benito, MAH Escobar, NR Villaseñor
Gayana (Concepción) 83 (2), 114-125, 2019
Conservation in the city: How does habitat structure influence the abundance of individual bird species in a Latin American metropolis?
J Benito, MAH Escobar, NR Villaseñor
Gayana 83 (2), 114-125, 2019
Can aggregated patterns of urban woody vegetation cover promote greater species diversity, richness and abundance of native birds?
NR Villaseñor, MAH Escobar, HJ Hernández
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 61, 127102, 2021
Local and landscape determinants of small mammal abundance in industrial pine plantations
P Fernández, N Villaseñor, S Uribe, C Estades
Forest Ecology and Management 496, 119470, 2021
Avian species richness in cities: A review of the Spanish-language literature from the Southern Cone of South America
C Muñoz-Pacheco, NR Villasenor
PREPRINT (Version 1) available at Research Square [https://doi.org/10.21203 …, 2021
Key lessons for achieving biodiversity-sensitive cities and towns
D Le Roux, L Rayner, N Villasenor, K Eyles, P Gibbons, A Manning, ...
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2015
Biodiversity Conservation in Urbanising Forested Landscapes
NR Villaseñor
The Australian National University, 2015
Twelve year change in tree diversity and spatial segregation in the Mediterranean city of Santiago, Chile
H Hernández Palma, NR Villaseñor
Elsevier, 0
Efecto de la distancia de traslado sobre la conducta de movimiento y sobrevivencia del ratón de pelo largo (Abrothrix longipilis)
NR Villaseñor
Universidad de Chile, 0
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