Miguel Ângelo Marini mainly investigates Ecology, Nest, Passerine, Zoology and Avian malaria. His study connects Agroforestry and Ecology. His Nest study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Captivity, Predation and Parasitism.
His Passerine research includes elements of Fecundity, Reproductive season, Reproduction, Elaenia chiriquensis and Hatching. The Chiroxiphia, Manakin and Ilicura militaris research he does as part of his general Zoology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as DNA sequencing and Nuclear DNA, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work in Avian malaria covers topics such as Haemoproteus which are related to areas like Cytochrome b.
Miguel Ângelo Marini spends much of his time researching Ecology, Nest, Zoology, Predation and Habitat. His study in Atlantic forest, Species richness, Avian clutch size, Abundance and Elaenia chiriquensis is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. His Nest research also works with subjects such as
In the field of Zoology, his study on Neothraupis fasciata and Passerine overlaps with subjects such as Haemoproteus. He has researched Predation in several fields, including Nest box, Bird nest, Corvidae and Cacicus haemorrhous. His Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Climate change and Flock.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Zoology, Nest, Avian clutch size and Habitat. His Invasive species, Introduced species, Foraging, Reproduction and Atlantic forest study are his primary interests in Ecology. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Taxon, Spizaetus and Buteogallus.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Finch, Colubridae, Seasonality, Predation and Nesting. His Avian clutch size research incorporates themes from Nearctic ecozone, Seasonal breeder and Mimus saturninus. He has included themes like Abundance and Climate change in his Habitat study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Zoology, Avian malaria, Avian clutch size and Nest. Miguel Ângelo Marini is interested in Taxonomy, which is a field of Ecology. His work in the fields of Zoology, such as Neothraupis fasciata, intersects with other areas such as Haemoproteus, Cytochrome b and Haemosporida.
Other disciplines of study, such as Speciation, Temperate climate, Macroecology, Geographical distance and Host, are mixed together with his Avian malaria studies. Miguel Ângelo Marini interconnects Songbird and Moulting, Flight feather in the investigation of issues within Avian clutch size. His studies in Nest integrate themes in fields like Taxon, Nearctic ecozone, Predation and Seasonality.
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Bird Conservation in Brazil
Miguel Ângelo Marini;Frederico Innecco Garcia.
Conservation Biology (2005)
Mixed-species bird flocks from Brazilian Atlantic forest: the effects of forest fragmentation and seasonality on their size, richness and stability
Marcos Maldonado-Coelho;Miguel Â. Marini.
Biological Conservation (2004)
Annual Patterns of Molt and Reproductive Activity of Passerines in South-Central Brazil
Miguel Â Marini;Renata Durães.
The Condor (2001)
Effects of forest fragmentation on birds of the cerrado region, Brazil
Miguel Â. Marini.
Bird Conservation International (2001)
Predators of quail eggs, and the evidence of the remains: Implications for nest predation studies
Miguel Â. Marini;Celine Melo.
The Condor (1998)
The effects of fragmentation on fluctuating asymmetry in passerine birds of Brazilian tropical forests
M. Anciães;M. Anciães;M.Â. Marini.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2000)
Predicted climate-driven bird distribution changes and forecasted conservation conflicts in a neotropical savanna.
Miguel Ângelo Marini;Morgane Barbet-Massin;Leonardo Esteves Lopes;Frédéric Jiguet.
Conservation Biology (2009)
Effects of forest fragment size and successional stage on mixed-species bird flocks in Southeastern Brazil.
Marcos Maldonado-Coelho;Miguel Â Marini.
The Condor (2000)
Biologia reprodutiva de Elaenia chiriquensis (Lawrence) (Aves, Tyrannidae) em Cerrado do Brasil Central
Rita de Cássia Surrage de Medeiros;Miguel Ângelo Marini.
Revista Brasileira De Zoologia (2007)
Diet of some Atlantic Forest birds
Leonardo Esteves Lopes;Alexandre Mendes Fernandes;Miguel Ângelo Marini.
Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia - Brazilian Journal of Ornithology (2013)
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