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Luís Miguel Rosalino

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Departamento de Biologia Animal

Sala/Gabinete 2.5.18
Ext. Principal 22518
Telefone Direto 217500000
Email lmrosalino@ciencias.ulisboa.pt
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Currículo Resumido

Luis Miguel Rosalino received the B.S. degree in Biology from the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon (Portugal), and the Ph.D. in Biology (Ecology and Biosystematics) from the University of Lisbon (Portugal). He completed three post-docs, one at the Centre of Nuclear Energy in Agriculture (CENA)/University of São Paulo (USP; Brazil) and two at the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon (FCUL, Portugal). Was an Assistant Researcher at the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro (UA, Portugal) for three year and currently is an Invited Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the Universiy of Lisbon (FCUL; Portugal). He serves as a Member of the IUCN/SCC Small Carnivore Specialist Group (SCSG).


Interesses Científicos

A minha investigação centra-se em perceber o impacto das actividades antrópicas nos indivíduos, populações e nos processos e padrões ecológicos a nível da paisagem, e em desenvolver estratégias para a conservação dos mamíferos, em especial os carnívoros, em distintos ecossistemas naturais, mas também em agro-ecossistemas e paisagens silvícolas.

O meu objectivo principal é contribuir para o conhecimento dos mecanismos e processos subjacentes à resiliência das espécies presentes em agro-ecossistemas, e perceber como maximizar a biodiversidade e promover uma rede ecológica funcional em agro-ecossistemas, sem ameaçar a sustentbilidade económica da produção.


Scientific Interests

I seek to understand human impacts on individual, population and landscape-level patterns and processes, and develop strategies for conserving mammals, and especially mammalian carnivores, in diverse natural ecosystems throughout the world, but also in agro-ecosystems and forestry landscapes.

My main goal is to contribute to unravel the mechanisms and processes behind species resilient in agroecosystems, and understand how we can maximize biodiversity and promote a functional ecological network in agro-ecosystems, while allowing for an economically sustainable production - a goal aligned with the UN “Greening the Economy with Agriculture” strategy.


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  • Hipólito, D. ; Guedes, D. ; Cabecinha, D. ; Serronha, A. ; Grilo, C. ; Santos-Reis, M.; Monterroso, P.; Carvalho, J. ; Fonseca, C. ; Pardavila, X.; Virgós, E. ; Rosalino, L.M. (2018) Drivers of sett site location by European badgers in Portugal. Biodiversity and Conservation 27(11): 2951–2970. (DOI: 10.1007/s10531-018-1580-4)
  • Silva, A.P.; Curveira-Santos, G.; Kilshaw, K.; Newman, C.; Macdonald, D.W.; Simoes, L.; Rosalino, L.M. (2017) - Climate and anthropogenic factors determine site occupancy in Scotland's Northern-range badger population: implications of context-dependent responses under environmental change. Diversity and Distributions 23: 627–639. (DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12564)
  • Teixeira, D.; Carrilho, C.; Mexia, T.; Köbel, M.; Santos, M.J.; Santos-Reis, M.; Rosalino, L.M. (2017) - Management of Eucalyptus plantations influences small mammal density: Evidence from Southern Europe. Forest Ecology and Management, 385: 25–34. (DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2016.11.009)
  • Rosalino, L.M.; Guedes, D. ; Cabecinha, D. ; Serronha, A. ; Grilo, C. ; Santos-Reis, M.; Monterroso, P.; Carvalho, J. ; Fonseca, C. ; Pardavila, X.; Virgós, E.; Hipólito, D. (2019) - Climate and landscape changes as driving forces for future range shift in southern populations of the European badger. Scientific Reports, 9: 3155 (DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-39713-1)(JCR-IF = 4.122)
  • Santos, M. J; Rosalino, L. M.; Santos-Reis, M.; Ustin, S. L. (2016) - Testing remotely-sensed predictors of meso-carnivore habitat use in Mediterranean ecosystems. Landscape Ecology, 31: 1763–1780. (DOI: 10.1007/s10980-016-0360-3)

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