37. Abellán P, Tella JL, Carrete M, Cardador L, Anadón JD. Climate matching predict spread rate but not establishment success in recent undeliberate bird introductions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (in press).

36. Graciá E, Vargas M, Delfin M, Anadon JD, Giménez A, Botella F, Fahd S, Corti C, Fritz UExpansion after expansion: dissecting the phylogeography of the widely distributed spur-thighed tortoise Testudo graeca (Testudines: Testudinidae). Biological Journal of the Linneanan Society (in press).

35. Rodríguez-Caro RC, Oedevoken E, , Graciá E, Anadón JD, Buckland ST, Esteve MA, Martínez J,  Giménez A. 2017. Los tortoise abundances in pine forest plantations in forest-shrubland transition areas. PLoS ONE 12: e0173485.

34. Freilich X, Anadón JD, Bukala J, Calderon O, Chakraborty R, Boissinot  S. 2016. Comparative Phylogeography of Ethiopian Anurans: Impact of the Great Rift Valley and Pleistocene Climate Change. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16: 206.

33. Rodríguez-Caro RC, Lima M, Anadón JD, Graciá E, Giménez A. 2016. Density-dependence, climate and fires determine population fluctuations of the spur-thighed tortoise Testudo graeca. Journal of Zoology 300: 265-273.

32. Rodriguez-Caro RC, Graciá E, Morais Dos Santos R,  Anadón JD, Giménez A. 2015. One scute ring per year in Testudo graeca? a novel method to identify ring deposition patterns in tortoises. Acta Herpetologica 10: 77-84. PDF

31. Abellán P, Carrete M, Anadón JD, Cardador L, Tella JL. 2015. Non-random patterns and temporal trends (1912-2012) in the transport, introduction and establishment of exotic birds in Spain and Portugal. Diversity and Distributions 22: 663-273. PDF

30. Anadón JD, Graciá E, Giménez A, Fahd S, Fritz U. 2015. Individualistic responses to climate changes: niche differentiation promotes diverging Quaternary range dynamics in the subspecies of Testudo graeca. Ecography 38: 956-966. PDF

29. Saavedra S, Maraver A, Anadón JD, Tella JL. 2015. A survey of recent introduction events, spread and mitigation efforts of mynas (Acridotheres sp.) in Spain and Portugal. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 38: 121-127. PDF

28. Sanz-Aguilar A, Anadón JD, Carrete M, Edalaar P, Tella JL. 2014. Can establishment success be determined through demographic parameters? A case study on five introduced bird species. PLoS ONE 9: e110019. PDF

27. Anadón JD, Sala OE, Maestre FT. 2014. Climate change will increase savannas at the expense of forest and treeless areas. Journal of Ecology 102:1363-1373. PDF

26. Anadón JD, Sala OE, Turner BL II, Bennett EM. 2014. Effect of woody-plant encroachment on livestock production in North and South America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 111: 12948-12953. PDF

25. Becerra-López JL, Romero-Méndez U, Anadón JD, García-De la Pena. 2014. Potential niche model of Gopherus flavomarginatus burrows in the Reserva de la Biosfera de Mapimi. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 85: 523-531. PDF

24. Gerber LR, Anadón JD, D’Agrosa C, Gondor A. 2013. Conservation prioritization to conservation action in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Journal of Conservation Planning 10: art1. PDF

23. Rodríguez-Caro RC, Graciá E, Anadón JD, Giménez A. 2013. Maintained effects of fire on individual growth and survival rates in a spur-thighed tortoise population. European Journal of Wildlife Management 59: 911-913. PDF

22. Anadón JD, Mancha-Cisneros MM, Best BD, Gerber LR. 2013. Habitat-specific larval dispersal and marine connectivity: Implications for spatial conservation planning. Ecosphere 4: art82. PDF

21. Gangoso L, Agudo R, Anadón JD, de la Riva M, Suleyman A, Porter R, Donázar JA. 2013. Reinventing mutualism between humans and wild fauna: insights from vultures as ecosystem services providers. Conservation Letters 6: 172-179. PDF

20. Graciá E, Botella F, Anadón JD, Edelaar P, Harris J, Giménez A. 2013. Surfing in tortoises: empirical evidence of genetic structuring due to range expansion. Biology Letters 9: 20121091. PDF

19. Wildermuth RP, Anadón JD, Gerber LR. 2013. Monitoring behavior: Assessing population status with rapid behavioral assessment. Conservation Letters 6: 86-97. PDF

18. Graciá E, Giménez A, Anadón JD, Harris DJ, Fritz U, Botella F. 2013. The uncertain nature of Late Pleistocene range expansions in the Mediterranean basin: the case of the arrival of the spur-thighed tortoise to south-eastern Spain. Journal of Biogeography 40: 323-334. PDF

17. Pérez I, Anadón JD, Diaz M, Nicola GG, Tella JL, Giménez A. 2012. What is wrong with current reintroductions? A review and a decision-making proposal.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 494-501. PDF

16. Pérez I, Tenza A, Martínez J, Anadón JD, Graciá E, Giménez A. 2012. Exurban sprawl increases the extinction probability of an endangered tortoise due to well-intentioned collections. Ecological Modelling 245: 19-30. PDF

15. Anadón JD, Wiegand T, Giménez A. 2012. Individual-based movement models reveals sex-biased effects of landscape fragmentation on animal movement. Ecosphere 3: art64. PDF

14. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Graciá E., Pérez I, Rouag R, Larbes S, Kalboussi M, Fahd S, Znari M, El Mouden H, Slimani T, Jdeidi, T. 2012. Distribution of Testudo graeca in Western Mediterranean according to climatic factors. Amphibia-Reptilia 33: 285-296. PDF

13. Anadón JD, D’Agrosa C, Gondor A, Gerber L. 2011. Quantifying the spatial ecology of wide-ranging marine species in the Gulf of Califonia: implications for marine conservation planning. PLoS ONE 6: e28400. PDF

12. Sanz-Aguilar A, Anadón JD, Giménez A, Ballestar R, Graciá E, Oro D. 2011. Coexisting with fire: the case of the terrestrial tortoise Testudo graeca in Mediterranean shrublands. Biological Conservation 144: 1040-1049. PDF

11. Graciá E, Giménez A, Anadón JD, Botella F, García-Martínez S, Marín M. 2011. Genetic patterns of a range expansion: the spur-thighed tortoise Testudo graeca graeca in Southeastern Spain. Amphibia-Reptilia 32:49-61. PDF

10. Anadón JD, Sánchez-Zapata JA, Carrete M, Donázar JA, Hiraldo F. 2010. Large scale human effects on an arid african raptor community. Animal Conservation 13: 495-504. PDF

9. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Ballestar, R. 2010. Linking Local Ecological Knowledge and habitat modelling to predict absolute species abundance at large scales. Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 1443-1454. PDF

8. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Ballestar, R, Perez I. 2009. Evaluation of Local Ecological Knowledge as a method for collecting extensive animal abundance data. Conservation Biology 23: 617-625. PDF

7. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Martínez M, Esteve MA, Palazón JA. 2007. Assessing changes in habitat quality due to land use changes in Testudo graeca using hierarchical predictive habitat models. Diversity and Distributions 13: 324-331. PDF

6. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Martínez M, Pérez I, Esteve MA. 2006. Habitat selection of the spur-thighed tortoise in a multisuccesional landscape: implications for habitat management. Biodiversity and Conservation 15: 2287-2299. PDF

5. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Martínez M, Martínez J, Pérez I, Esteve MA. 2006. Factors determining the distribution of the spur-thighed tortoise Testudo graeca in southeast Spain: a hierarchical approach. Ecography 29: 339-346. PDF

4. Sanz A, Mínguez E, Anadón JD, Hernández VJ. 2005. Uso heterogéneo del espacio en tres territorios de reproducción del Águila-Azor Perdicera (Hieraaetus fasciatus). Ardeola 52: 347-350. PDF

3. Sánchez-Zapata JA, Anadón JD, Botella F, Carrete M, Giménez A, Navarro J, Villacorta C. 2005. Waterbird abundance and diversity in relation to artificial pond atributes: implications for the design of irrigation facilities.Biodiversity and Conservation 14: 1637:1649. PDF

2. Anadón JD, Giménez A, Martínez M, Pérez I, Esteve MA. 2005. The role of relief in local abundance patterns of the spur-thighed tortoise in south-east Spain. Herpetological Journal 15: 285-290. PDF

1. Pérez I, Giménez A, Anadón JD, Martínez M, Esteve MA. 2004. Non commercial extraction of a threatened species: a cultural problem of Testudo graeca graeca in the Southeastern Spain. Biological Conservation 118: 175-181. PDF


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