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Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Aragón Carrera, Pedro
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
Biogeografía y Cambio Global
Categoría Profesional:
Investigador Contratado Ramón y Cajal
I have a broad interest in Animal Ecology, from Autoecology to Macroecology. I have been interested since the beginning of my research activity in Behavioural Ecology, and more recently in Biogeography. For projects on Behavioural Ecology I have used experimental approaches with the main aim of understanding the social systems of lizards and newts (visual and chemical communication, spatial relationships, social information, mating behaviour, behavioural syndromes, etc.), and the evolution of dispersal and its role for the conservation of fragmented populations. I have worked with different modelling techniques to carry out various projects on Biogeography (assessment of the impact of global change on biodiversity and agro-alimentary systems at multiple scales, forecasting biological invasions, integrating distribution models and physiological information, disentangling the role of biotic interactions in species distributions, drivers of diversification in ectotherms, etc.), and Landscape Ecology (effects of landscape structure and anthropogenic disturbance on biodiversity). I am currently interested in integrating historically segregated approaches to detect underlying processes of spatio-temporal patterns at different scales.
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1openAccess2009Are dispersal-dependent behavioural traits produced by phenotypic plasticity?Meylan, Sandrine; Fraipont, M. de; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Vercken, Elodie; Clobert, Jeanartículo
2openAccessSánchez-Fernándezetal2012_PLoS ONE Assessing the Congruence of Thermal Niche Estimations Derived from Distribution and Physiological data.pdf.jpg25-Oct-2012Assessing the congruence of thermal niche estimations derived from distribution and physiological data. A Test Using Diving BeetlesSánchez-Fernández, David ; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Bilton, David T.; Lobo, Jorge M.  artículo
3openAccess2013Can we disentangle predator-prey interactions from species distributions at a macro-scale? A case study with a raptor species.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Sánchez-Fernández, David artículo
4openAccess2001Chemosensory recognition of familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics by lizards: implications of field spatial relationships between males.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
5closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgMar-2020Combining correlative and mechanistic niche models with human activity data to elucidate the invasive potential of a sub-Antarctic insectPertierra, Luis R.; Bartlett, Jesamine C.; Duffy, Grant A.; Vega, Greta C.; Hughes, Kevin A.; Hayward, Scott A.L.; Convey,Peter; Olalla-Tárraga, Miguel Á.; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  artículo
6openAccess2000Conspecific chemical cues influence pond selection of male newts Triturus boscaiAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
7openAccess2001Conspecific chemical cues influence settlement and retreat site selection in male lizards Lacerta monticolaAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
8openAccess2009Conspecific male chemical cues influence courtship behaviour in the male newt Lissotriton boscai.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  artículo
9embargoedAccessLobo_Jorge_M_ Deconstructing_the_abundance.pdf.jpgJan-2021Deconstructing the abundance–suitability relationship in species distribution modellingJiménez-Valverde, Alberto; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Lobo, Jorge M.  artículo
10openAccess2003Differential avoidance responses to chemical cues from familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics by male Iberian rock lizards (Lacerta monticola).Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
11openAccess2001Discrimination of conspecifics familiar and unfamiliar femoral gland secretions in Lacerta monticola cyreni males (Sauria: Lacertidae).Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
12openAccess2012Dispersal ability modulates the strength of the latitudinal richness gradient in European beetles.Baselga, Andrés ; Lobo, Jorge M.  ; Svenning, Jens-Christian; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Araújo, Miguel B. artículo
13openAccess2006Dispersal status-dependent response to the social environment in the common lizard, Lacerta vivipara.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Meylan, Sandrine; Clobert, Jeanartículo
14closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgDec-2018Does predation risk outweigh the costs of lost feeding opportunities or does it generate a behavioural trade-off? A case study with Iberian ribbed newt larvaeZamora-Camacho, Francisco J.; García-Astilleros, Josep; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  artículo
15closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJun-2018Effectiveness of the Natura 2000 network in protecting Iberian endemic faunaRosso, A.; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Acevedo, F.; Doadrio, Ignacio ; García‐Barros, E.; Lobo, Jorge M.  ; Munguira, M. L.; Monserrat, Victor J.; Palomo, J.; Pleguezuelos, Juan M.; Romo, H.; Triviño, V.; Sánchez-Fernández, David artículo
16openAccesstemporal_bias_Aragon.pdf.jpg8-Sep-2015Effects of temporal bias on the assessment of an ecological perturbation: a case study of the Prestige oil spillAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Sánchez-Fernández, David ; Abellán, Pedro ; Varela, Sara artículo
17openAccess2013Estimation of climatic favourable areas for locust outbreaks in Spain: integrating species’ presence records and spatial information on outbreaksAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Coca Abia, Milagro; Llorente, Vicenta; Lobo, Jorge M.  artículo
18closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2019Failed predator attacks have detrimental effects on antipredatory capabilities through developmental plasticity in Pelobates cultripes toadsZamora-Camacho, Francisco J.; Aragón Carrera, Pedro  artículo
19openAccess2007Familiarity modulates social tolerance between male lizards, Lacerta monticola, with size asymmetry.Aragón Carrera, Pedro  ; López Martínez, Pilar  ; Martín Rueda, José  artículo
20openAccessAragon_geographical_variation_reptile_journal.pone2014.pdf.jpg2014Geographical and temporal body size variation in a reptile: Roles of sex, ecology, phylogeny and ecology structured in phylogenyAragón Carrera, Pedro  ; Fitze, Patrick S.  artículo