Pablo Acebes Vives

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Departamento de Ecología. C-216
C/ Darwin, 2
Madrid 28049 España
Tfn: +34 91 497 8916
Fax: +34 91 497 8001
E-mail: pablo.acebes(at)

Algunas publicaciones recientes

Acebes, P., Alba-Iglesias, Z. & Muñoz-Galvez, F. 2021. Do Traditional Livestock Systems Fit into Contemporary Landscapes? Integrating Social Perceptions and Values on Landscape Change. Agriculture 11(11): 1107.

Grace, M.K., Akçakaya, R., Bennett, E.L.,…Acebes, P.,…& Young, S. (20/204). 2021. Testing a global standard for quantifying species recovery and assessing conservation impact. Conservation Biology, 00: 000-000.

Acebes, P., Lillo, P. & Jaime-González, C. 2021. Disentangling LiDAR Contribution in Modelling Species–Habitat Structure Relationships in Terrestrial Ecosystems Worldwide. A Systematic Review and Future Directions. Remote Sensing, 13(17): 3447.

Pozo, R.A, Cusack, J.J., Acebes, P., Malo, J.E., Traba, J., Iranzo, E.C., Morris-Trainor, Z., Minderman, J., Bunnefeld, N., Radic, S., Moraga, C., Arriagada, R. & Corti, P. 2021. Reconciling livestock production and wild herbivore conservation: challenges and opportunities. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 36: 750-761.

Mezquida, E.T., Caputo, P., & Acebes, P. 2021. Acorn Crop, Seed Size and Chemical Defenses Determine the Performance of Specialized Insect Predators and Reproductive Output in a Mediterranean Oak. Insects12(8): 721.

Acebes, P. & Grace, M. 2021. Beyond the Red List of Threatened Species: The IUCN Green Status of Species as a tool to assess their conservation success. First data for South American Wild Camelids. IUCN SSC GECS News, 8: 4-11.

Iranzo, E.C., Traba, J., Mata, C., Acebes, P. & Malo, J.E. 2021. Habitat structure and association with ungulates drive habitat selection and grouping behaviour of lesser rhea (Rhea pennata subsp. pennata). Austral Ecology, 46: 86-97.

Ortega-Ramos, P.A., Mezquida, E.T. & Acebes, P. 2020. Ants indirectly reduce the reproductive performance of a leafless shrub by benefiting aphids through predator deterrence. Plant Ecology, 221: 91-101.

Acebes, P. 2019. Integration of wild pollinator conservation into the Common Agricultural Policy 2014-2020. Study case: Spain. Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) – International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Acebes, P., Wheeler, J., Baldo, J., Tuppia, P., Lichtenstein, G., Hoces, D. & Franklin, W.L. 2018. Vicugna vicugna. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2018: e.T22956A18540534.

Iranzo, E.C., Wittmer, H., Traba, J., Acebes, P., Mata, C. & Malo, J.E. 2018. Predator occurrence and perceived predation risk determine grouping behavior in guanaco (Lama guanicoe). Ethology, 124: 281-289.

Iranzo, E., Acebes, P., Estades, C.F., González, B.A., Mata, C., Malo, J.E. & Traba, J. 2018. Diffusive dispersal in a growing ungulate population: guanaco expansion beyond the limits of protected areas. Mammal Research, 63: 185-196.

Jaime, C., Acebes, P., Mateos, A. & Mezquida, E.T. 2017. Bridging gaps: on the performance of Airborne LiDAR to model wood mouse-habitat structure relationships in pine forests. PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182451.

MAGRAMA. 2016. Informe Nacional sobre el Estado de la Biodiversidad para la Alimentación y la Agricultura. Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente. Secretaría General Técnica. Centro de Publicaciones. 324 pp. Acebes, P. & Oñate, J.J. redactores en calidad de asistencia técnica. NIPO: 280-16-324-8.

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