I received a Ph.D. in Biosystematics and Ecology from the University of Lisbon in 1990 and I am currently the Director of cE3c. I am also leading the Carnivore Conservation Ecology Subgroup of Conservation in Socio-Ecological Ecosystems. I am a professor of Ecology at the University of Lisbon. My research focuses on conservation ecology, landscape genetics, and ecosystem services.
For many years I have been involved in conservation ecology, with an emphasis on mammals (particularly carnivores). However, along the years my interests have expanded to themes more inter-disciplinary such as human-wildlife conflict, sustainability of the cork-oak ecosystem, conservation of Mediterranean landscapes, landscape genetics, and ecosystem services.
Curveira-Santos, G., Pedroso, N.M., Barros, A.L. & Santos-Reis, M. (2019) Mesocarnivore community structure under predator control: Unintended patterns in a conservation context.PLOS One, 14(1), e0210661. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0210661 (IF2017 2,766; Q1 Multidisciplinary Sciences)
Rosário, I.T., Rebelo, R., Cardoso, P., segurado, P., Mendes, R.N. & Santos-Reis, M. (2019) Can geocaching be an indicator of cultural ecosystem services? The case of the montado savannah-like landscape.Ecological Indicators, 99, 375-386. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.12.003 (IF2017 3,983; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
Pedroso, N.M., Dias, S.V., Dinis-Reis, T.R., Santos-Reis, M. & Verdade, L.M. (2018) Non-invasive hair sampling of neotropical otters.Biota Neotropica, 18(4), e20180579. DOI:10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0579 (IF2016 0,734; Q4 Biodiversity Conservation)
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