Pablo Plaza
Pablo Plaza
Grupo de Investigaciones en Biología de la Conservación
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How are garbage dumps impacting vertebrate demography, health, and conservation?
PI Plaza, SA Lambertucci
Global Ecology and conservation 12, 9-20, 2017
The perfect threat: Pesticides and vultures
PI Plaza, E Martínez-López, SA Lambertucci
Science of the total environment 687, 1207-1218, 2019
What do we know about lead contamination in wild vultures and condors? A review of decades of research
PI Plaza, SA Lambertucci
Science of the Total Environment 654, 409-417, 2019
Implications of bacterial, viral and mycotic microorganisms in vultures for wildlife conservation, ecosystem services and public health
PI Plaza, G Blanco, SA Lambertucci
Ibis 162 (4), 1109-1124, 2020
The conflict between scavenging birds and farmers: Field observations do not support people’s perceptions
LS Ballejo Fernando, Plaza Pablo
Biological Conservation, 2020
Plastic ingestion and dispersion by vultures may produce plastic islands in natural areas
F Ballejo, P Plaza, KL Speziale, AP Lambertucci, SA Lambertucci
Science of the Total Environment 755, 142421, 2021
Scavenger birds exploiting rubbish dumps: Pathogens at the gates
PI Plaza, G Blanco, MJ Madariaga, E Boeri, ML Teijeiro, G Bianco, ...
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 66 (2), 873-881, 2019
Presumed killers? Vultures, stakeholders, misperceptions, and fake news
SA Lambertucci, A Margalida, KL Speziale, A Amar, F Ballejo, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (6), e415, 2021
More massive but potentially less healthy: black vultures feeding in rubbish dumps differed in clinical and biochemical parameters with wild feeding birds
PI Plaza, SA Lambertucci
PeerJ 6, e4645, 2018
Ecology and conservation of a rare species: What do we know and what may we do to preserve Andean condors?
LS Plaza Pablo
Biological Conservation, 2020
A review of lead contamination in South American birds: The need for more research and policy changes
PI Plaza, M Uhart, A Caselli, G Wiemeyer, SA Lambertucci
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 16 (4), 201-207, 2018
Rubbish dumps as invasive plant epicentres
PI Plaza, KL Speziale, SA Lambertucci
Biological Invasions 20, 2277-2283, 2018
Identifying conservation priority areas for the Andean condor in southern South America
PL Perrig, SA Lambertucci, J Cruz, PAE Alarcón, PI Plaza, AD Middleton, ...
Biological Conservation 243, 108494, 2020
Avian flu threatens Neotropical birds
V Gamarra-Toledo, PI Plaza, R Gutiérrez, P Luyo, L Hernani, F Angulo, ...
Science 379 (6629), 246-246, 2023
Mass mortality of marine mammals associated to highly pathogenic influenza virus (H5N1) in South America
V Gamarra-Toledo, PI Plaza, R Gutiérrez, G Inga-Diaz, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
Framing of visual content shown on popular social media may affect viewers’ attitudes to threatened species
F Ballejo, PI Plaza, SA Lambertucci
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 13512, 2021
Recent changes in patterns of mammal infection with highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N1) virus worldwide
PI Plaza, V Gamarra-Toledo, JR Euguí, SA Lambertucci
Emerging Infectious Diseases 30 (3), 444, 2024
Mass mortality of sea lions caused by highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N1) virus
V Gamarra-Toledo, PI Plaza, R Gutiérrez, G Inga-Diaz, ...
Emerging Infectious Diseases 29 (12), 2553, 2023
Dogs and cats put wildlife at risk
PI Plaza, KL Speziale, LB Zamora‐Nasca, SA Lambertucci
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (4), 767-768, 2019
Pacific and Atlantic sea lion mortality caused by highly pathogenic Avian Influenza A (H5N1) in South America
PI Plaza, V Gamarra-Toledo, JR Euguí, N Rosciano, SA Lambertucci
Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease 59, 102712, 2024
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