SCRIDEL, DAVIDE

SCRIDEL, DAVIDE  

Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita  

Settore BIO/03 - Botanica Ambientale e Applicata  

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A genus at risk: Predicted current and future distribution of all three Lagopus species reveal sensitivity to climate change and efficacy of protected areas 1-gen-2021 Scridel D. +
A review and meta-analysis of the effects of climate change on Holarctic mountain and upland bird populations 1-gen-2018 Scridel D. +
A spatially explicit definition of conservation priorities according to population resistance and resilience, species importance and level of threat in a changing climate 1-gen-2017 Scridel D.Falco R. +
An objective-based prioritization approach to support trophic complexity through ecological restoration species mixes 1-gen-2022 Scridel D. +
Benefits and costs of native reforestation for breeding songbirds in temperate uplands 1-gen-2020 Scridel D. +
Coping with unpredictable environments: fine-tune foraging microhabitat use in relation to prey availability in an alpine species 1-gen-2024 Scridel D. +
Early-succession secondary forests following agropastoral abandonment are key winter habitats for the conservation of a priority bird in the European Alps 1-gen-2022 Scridel D. +
Ecological factors affecting foraging behaviour during nestling rearing in a high-elevation species, the White-winged Snowfinch (Montifringilla nivalis) 1-gen-2019 Scridel D. +
Ecology and conservation of birds in upland and alpine habitats: A report on the BOU's Annual Conference held at the University of Leicester, 1-3 April 2014 1-gen-2014 Scridel D.
Flourishing diversity along sacred paths: unveiling habitat conservation through remote sensing analysis in the Henro Pilgrimage, Shikoku, Japan 1-gen-2024 Giovanni BacaroFrancesco PetruzzellisValerio TostiMiris CastelloFederica FondaDavide ScridelElisa ThouveraiValentina Olmo
Food supplementation does not increase demographic rates in a passerine species of conservation concern 1-gen-2015 Scridel D. +
Insufficient considerations of seasonality, data selection and validation lead to biased species–climate relationships in mountain birds 1-gen-2022 Scridel D. +
Landscape-associated differences in fine-scale habitat selection modulate the potential impact of climate change on White-winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis 1-gen-2018 Masiero G.Scridel D. +
Native woodland creation is associated with increase in a Black Grouse Lyrurus tetrix population 1-gen-2017 Scridel D. +
Past and future impact of climate change on foraging habitat suitability in a high-alpine bird species: Management options to buffer against global warming effects 1-gen-2018 Scridel D. +
Potential distribution of a climate sensitive species, the White-winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis in Europe 1-gen-2020 Scridel D. +
Potential sex-dependent effects of weather on apparent survival of a high-elevation specialist 1-gen-2020 Scridel D. +
Remotely sensed variables explain microhabitat selection and reveal buffering behaviours against warming in a climate-sensitive bird species 1-gen-2022 Scridel D. +
Rock cavity nesting as the norm: Breeding songbirds of the temperate High Andes 1-gen-2023 Scridel D. +
Sex-mediated changes in foraging behaviour according to breeding stage in a monomorphic seabird adapted to rural habitats 1-gen-2023 Scridel D.Serra L. +