European Snowfinch Group – Latest publications of the two-year period 2019-2020

Italian Apennines (Abruzzo) Gran Sasso Massif - author Maurizio Passacantando

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Scientific publications by members of the European Snowfinch Group

(Latest publications of the two-year period 2019-2020)

  • Jaime Resano-Mayor, Chiara Bettega, María del Mar Delgado, Angel Fernandez-Martín, Sergio Hernandez-Gomez, Ignasi Toranzo, Antonio Espana, Miguel de Gabriel, Is Mabel Roa-Alvarez, Juan Antonio Gil, Eliseo Strinella, Keith A. Hobson, Raphael Arlettaz (2020) Partial migration of White-winged snowfinches is correlated with winter weather conditions: Global Ecology and Conservation 24 (2020) e01346. [Link-Article]
  • Eliseo Strinella, Davide Scridel, Mattia Brambilla Christian Schano & Fränzi Korner-Nievergelt (2020) Potential sex-dependent efects of weather on apparent survival of a high-elevation specialist: Scientific Reports 10:8386. [Link-Article]
  • Mattia Brambilla, Jaime Resano-Mayor, Raphael Arlettaz, Chiara Bettega, Anais Binggeli, Giuseppe Bogliani, Veronika Braunisch, Claudio Celada, Dan Chamberlain, Jules Chiffard Carricaburu, Maria Del Mar Delgado, Philippe Fontanilles, Primoz Kmecl, Franzi Korner, Robert Lindner, Paolo Pedrini, Jakob Pohacker, Borut Rubinič, Christian Schano, Davide Scridel, Eliseo Strinella, Norbert Teufelbauer, and Miguel De Gabriel Hernando (2020). Potential distribution of a climate sensitive species, the White-winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis in Europe. Bird Conservation International (2020) 30:522–532. © BirdLife International. [Link-Article]
  • Chiara Bettega, Angel Fernandez-Gonzalez, Jose Ramon Obeso & Maria Del Mar Delgado (2020) Circannual variation in habitat use of the White‐winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis nivalis: IBIS doi: 10.1111/ibi.12829. [Link-Article]
  • Mattia Brambilla, Davide Scridel, Beatrice Sangalli, Federico Capelli, Paolo Pedrini, Giuseppe Bogliani, Diego Rubolini (2019). Ecological factors affecting foraging behaviour during nestling rearing in a high-elevation species, the white-winged snowfinch (Montifringilla nivalis). Ornis Fennica 96: 142-151. [Link-Article]
  • Mattia Brambilla, Federico Cappelli, Matteo Anderle, Alessandro Forti, Marica Bazzanella, Giulia Maserio, Giuseppe Bogliani, Piergiovanni Partel, Paolo Pedrini, Luca Pedrotti, & Davide Scridel (2019) Landscape-associated differences in fine-scale habitat selection modulate the potential impact of climate change on White-winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis. Bird Study, 65: 525-532. [Link-Article]
  • Jaime Resano-Mayor, Fränzi Korner-Nievergelt, Sergio Vignali, Nathan Horrenberger, Arnaud G. Barras, Veronika Braunisch, Claire A. Pernollet, Raphaël Arlettaz (2019) Snow cover phenology is the main driver of foraging habitat selection for a high-alpine passerine during breeding. Implications for species persistence in the face of climate change. In: Biodivers Conserv 28 (10), S.2669–2685. DOI:10.1007/s10531-019-01786-9. [Link-Article]
  • Maria del Mar Delgado, Chiara Bettega, Jochen Martens & Martin Päckert (2019) Ecotypic changes of alpine birds to climate change. Scientific Reports, 9:16082. [Link-Article]

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