Marie Curie postdoctoral researcher
La Rochelle University
Mots clés : ecotoxicology, population ecology, movement ecology, trophic ecology, seabirds
Thèmes de Recherche.
Previously, I did my PhD at the University of Barcelona (Spain) where I carried out a multidisciplinary thesis that comprised population, spatial and trophic ecology with expertise in seabirds, developing a solid background in animal ecology. During these years, I was involved in different collaborative projects, mainly related to the use of spatial analysis for the conservation of seabirds.
Main Publications :
- Davies, T., A. P. B. Carneiro, T. Marguerite, [et al, including M. Cruz-Flores]. 2021. Multispecies tracking reveals a major seabird hotspot in the North Atlantic. Conservation Letters. e12824. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12824
- Cruz-Flores M., R. Pradel, J. Briel, J. González-Solís & R. Ramos. 2021. Sex-specific costs of reproduction on survival in a long-lived seabird. Biology Letters. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2020.0804.
- Beal, M., M. Dias, S. Oppel, [et al, including M. Cruz-Flores]. 2021. Global political responsibility for the conservation of albatrosses and large petrels. Science Advances. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.abd7225
- Cruz-Flores M., R. Ramos, M. Sardá-Serra, S. López-Souto, T. Militão & J. González-Solís. 2019. Migration and spatial ecology of the Spanish population of Bulwer’s petrel (Migración y ecología espacial de la población española de petrel de Bulwer). Monograph number 4 of Migra program. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. https://doi.org/10.31170/0070
- Cruz-Flores M., T. Militão, R. Ramos & J. González-Solís. 2018. Using marine isoscapes to infer movements of oceanic migrants : The case of Bulwer’s petrel, Bulweria bulwerii, in the Atlantic Ocean. PLoS ONE. 13(6) : e0198667. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198667.
See also :
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