His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Habitat, Predation, Metapopulation and Biological dispersal. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Population density and Ursus. His Habitat research incorporates themes from Biodiversity, Mediterranean Basin, Wildlife, Nocturnal and High mortality.
His Predation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomass, Fishery and Disturbance. His work deals with themes such as Source–sink dynamics, Conservation biology, Inbreeding avoidance and Ecological trap, which intersect with Metapopulation. His Biological dispersal research includes elements of Territoriality, Intraspecific competition, Total population and Scale.
Miguel Delibes spends much of his time researching Ecology, Predation, Habitat, Zoology and National park. His Ecology course of study focuses on Biological dispersal and Chamaerops. His Predation research focuses on Otter and how it connects with Crayfish.
Miguel Delibes works mostly in the field of Habitat, limiting it down to topics relating to Metapopulation and, in certain cases, Extinction. His Zoology study deals with Vulpes intersecting with Meles. His National park study combines topics in areas such as Demography and Herpestes.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Seed dispersal, Habitat, Predation and Zoology. He regularly links together related areas like Ursus in his Ecology studies. His studies in Seed dispersal integrate themes in fields like Mutualism, Plant community, Chamaerops and Genetic structure.
The Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Arid, Hunting season and Wildlife. As a member of one scientific family, Miguel Delibes mostly works in the field of Predation, focusing on Seed predation and, on occasion, Community structure, Predator and Abundance. Miguel Delibes has researched Zoology in several fields, including Sex ratio, Genetic diversity and Reproduction.
Miguel Delibes mostly deals with Ecology, Habitat, Ursus, Seed dispersal and Carnivore. His research related to Biodiversity, Shrubland, Mediterranean climate, Range and Predation might be considered part of Ecology. His research integrates issues of Biological dispersal and Foraging in his study of Predation.
His Habitat research includes themes of Extinction, Occupancy, Productivity, Herbivore and Recreation. His studies deal with areas such as Wildlife, Wildlife management, Vigilance and Disturbance as well as Ursus. Miguel Delibes combines subjects such as Livestock, Ungulate, Transect and Fragmentation with his study of Carnivore.
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The Near Eastern Origin of Cat Domestication
Carlos A. Driscoll;Marilyn Menotti-Raymond;Alfred L. Roca;Karsten Hupe.
Effects of an attractive sink leading into maladaptive habitat selection.
Miguel Delibes;Pilar Gaona;Pablo Ferreras.
The American Naturalist (2001)
Positive Effects on Game Species of Top Predators by Controlling Smaller Predator Populations: An Example with Lynx, Mongooses, and Rabbits
Francisco Palomares;P. Gaona;Pablo Ferreras;M. Delibes.
Conservation Biology (1995)
Niche relations among three sympatric Mediterranean carnivores
Jose M. Fedriani;Francisco Palomares;Miguel Delibes.
Use of Non-Wildlife Passages Across a High Speed Railway by Terrestrial Vertebrates
Alejandro Rodriguez;Giulia Crema;Miguel Delibes.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1996)
Key role of European rabbits in the conservation of the Western Mediterranean basin hotspot
Miguel Delibes‐Mateos;Miguel Delibes‐Mateos;Miguel Delibes;Pablo Ferreras;Rafael Villafuerte.
Conservation Biology (2008)
Rates and causes of mortality in a fragmented population of Iberian lynx Felis pardina Temminck, 1824
Pablo Ferreras;Juan J. Aldama;Juan F. Beltrán;M. Delibes.
Biological Conservation (1992)
Spatial Relationships Between Iberian Lynx and Other Carnivores in an Area of South-Western Spain
Francisco Palomares;Pablo Ferreras;José M. Fedriani;M. Delibes.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1996)
Trophic diversity of the otter (Lutra lutra L.) in temperate and Mediterranean freshwater habitats
Miguel Clavero;Miguel Clavero;José Prenda;Miguel Delibes.
Journal of Biogeography (2003)
Spatial ecology of Iberian lynx and abundance of European rabbits in southwestern Spain
Francisco Palomares;Miguel Delibes;Eloy Revilla;Javier Calzada.
Wildlife Monographs (2001)
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