Publicações

2016

Leite, Y. L. R., Costa, L. P., Loss, A. C., Rocha, R. G., Batalha-Filho, H., Bastos, A. C., Quaresma, V. S., Fagundes, V., Paresque, R., Passamani, M., Pardini, R. 2016. Neotropical forest expansion during the last glacial period challenges refuge hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113, p. 201513062. Link

2015

Barros, C. S., Püttker, T., Pinotti, B. T., Pardini, R. 2015. Determinants of capture-recapture success: an evaluation of trapping methods to estimate population and community parameters for Atlantic forest small mammals. Zoologia, 32, p. 334-344. Link

Pinotti, B. T., Pagotto, C. P., Pardini, R. 2015. Wildlife recovery during tropical forest succession: Assessing ecological drivers of community change. Biotropica, 47, p. 765-774. Link

Barros, C. S., Püttker, T., Pardini, R. 2015. Timing and environmental cues associated with triggering of reproductive activity in Atlantic forest marsupials. Mammalian Biology, 80, p. 141-147. link

Püttker, T., Bueno, A. A., Prado, P. I., Pardini, R. 2015. Ecological filtering or random extinction? Beta-diversity patterns and the importance of niche-based and neutral processes following habitat loss. Oikos, 124, p. 206-215. link

Banks-Leite, C., Pardini, R., Tambosi, L. R., Pearse, W. D., Bueno, A. A., Bruscagin, R. T., Condez, T. H., Dixo, M., Igari, A. T., Martensen, A. C., Metzger, J. P. 2015. Response to Comment on 'Using ecological thresholds to evaluate the costs and benefits of set-asides in a biodiversity hotspot'. Science, 347, p. 731-731. Link

2014

Banks-Leite, C., Pardini, R., Tambosi, L. R., Pearse, W. D., Bueno, A. A., Bruscagin, R. T., Condez, T. H., Dixo, M., Igari, A. T., Martensen, A. C., Metzger, J. P. 2014. Conserving Brazil's Atlantic forests-Response. Science, 346, p. 1193-1193.link

Frigeri, E., Cassano, C. R., Pardini, R. 2014. Domestic dog invasion in an agroforestry mosaic in southern Bahia, Brazil. Tropical Conservation Science, 7, p. 508-528.link

Ferreira, J., Aragao, L. E. O. C., Barlow, J., Barreto, P., Berenguer, E., Bustamante, M., Gardner, T. A., Lees, A. C., Lima, A., Louzada, J., Pardini, R., Parry, L., Peres, C. A., Pompeu, P. S., Tabarelli, M., Zuanon, J. 2014. Brazil's environmental leadership at risk. Science, 346, p. 706-707. link

Banks-Leite, C., Pardini, R., Tambosi, L. R., Pearse, W. D., Bueno, A. A. , Bruscagin, R. T., Condez, T. H., Dixo, M., Igari, A. T., Martensen, A. C., Metzger, J. P. 2014. Using ecological thresholds to evaluate the costs and benefits of set-asides in a biodiversity hotspot. Science, 345, p. 1041-1045.link

Banks-Leite, C., Pardini, R., Boscolo, D., Cassano, C., Puttker, T., Barros, C. S., Barlow, J. Assessing the utility of statistical adjustments for imperfect detection in tropical conservation science. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, p. 849-859.link

Cassano, C. R., Barlow, J., Pardini, R. Forest loss or management intensification? Identifying causes of mammal decline in cacao agroforests. Biological Conservation, 169, p. 14-22. link

Tisovec, K. C., Cassano, C., Boubli, J. P., Pardini, R. Mixed-species Groups of Marmosets and Tamarins Across a Gradient of Agroforestry Intensification. Biotropica (Lawrence, KS), 46, p. 248-255. link

2013

Estavillo, C., Pardini, R., Rocha, P. L. B. Forest loss and the biodiversity threshold: an evaluation considering species habitat requirements and the use of matrix habitats. Plos One, 8, e82369.link

Püttker, T., Prado, P. I., Barros, C. S., Martins, T. K., Sommer, S., Pardini, R. Animal movements and geometry: a response to Oliveira-Santos et al. Journal of Mammalogy, 94(4), pp. 954-956.link

Rocha, P. L. B., El-Hani, C., Pardini, R. Extension as philosophy for bridging the research-implementation gap in the University. Revista CAITITU - aproximando pesquisa ecológica e aplicação, 1, p. 7-16. link

Pardini, R., Rocha, P. L. B., El-Hani, C., Pardini, F. Challenges and opportunities for bridging the research-implementation gap in ecological science and management in Brazil. In: Conservation Biology: Voices from the Tropics (N.S. Sodhi, L. Gibson & P.H. Raven). Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 77-85.

Gardner, T. A. et al. A social and ecological assessment of tropical land uses at multiple scales: the Sustainable Amazon Network. Philosophical Transactions - Royal Society. Biological Sciences, 368, p. 20120166-20120166, 2013.link

Balkenhol, N.; Pardini, R.; Cornelius, C.; Fernandes, F.; Sommer, S. Landscape-level comparison of genetic diversity and differentiation in a small mammal inhabiting different fragmented landscapes of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Conservation Genetics, 14, p. 355-367, 2013. link

Püttker, T.; Bueno, A. A.; Barros, C. S.; Sommer, S.; Pardini, R. Habitat specialization interacts with habitat amount to determine dispersal success of rodents in fragmented landscapes. Journal of Mammalogy 94(3) p. 714–726, 2013. link

2012

Püttker, T.; Martins, T.K.; Bueno, A.A.; Rossi, N.F.; Pardini, R. Respostas de marsupiais da Mata Atlântica à perda e fragmentação do habitat – um índice de vulnerabilidade baseado em padrões de ocupação. em: Os marsupiais do Brasil: biologia, ecologia e conservação. (N.C. Cáceres, ed.) 2a. ed. 2012.

Lira, P.K.; Ewers, R.; Banks-Leite, C.; Pardini, R.; Metzger, J.P. Evaluating the legacy of landscape history: extinction debt and species credit in bird and small mammal assemblages in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Journal of Apllied Ecology, 49, p.1325–1333, 2012 link

Pinotti, B.T.; Pagotto, C.; Pardini, R. Habitat structure and food resources for wildlife across successional stages in a tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 283, p. 119–127, 2012 link

Cassano, C.R.; Barlow, J.; Pardini, R. Large Mammals in an Agroforestry Mosaic in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Biotropica, 44, p. 818-825, 2012.link

Püttker, T; Barros, C.; Martins, T. K., Sommer, S.; Pardini, R. Suitability of distance metrics as indexes of home-range size in tropical rodent species. Journal of Mammalogy, 93(1), p. 115-123, 2012. link

Ferreira, J.; Pardini, R.; Metzger, J.P.; Fonseca, C.R.; Pompeu, P.S.; Sparovek, G.; Louzada, J. Towards environmentally sustainable agriculture in Brazil: challenges and opportunities for applied ecological research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49, p. 535–541, 2012.link

Gheler-Costa, C.; Vettorazzi, C.A.; Pardini, R.; Verdade, L.M. The distribution and abundance of small mammals in agroecosystems of southeastern Brazil. Mammalia, 76, p. 185-191, 2012.link

Freitas, S. R. ; Alexandrino, M. M. ; Pardini, R. ; Metzger, J. P. A model of road effect using line integrals and a test of the performance of two new road indices using the distribution of small mammals in an Atlantic Forest landscape. Ecological Modelling, 247, p. 64-70, 2012.link


2011

Püttker, T; Bueno, A.A.; Barros, C.; Sommer, S.; Pardini, R.; Immigration rates in fragmented landscapes - empirical evidence for the importance of habitat amount for species persistence. PLoS ONE 6 (11), 2011. link

Espartosa, K.D.; B.T. Pinotti; R. Pardini. Performance of camera trapping and track counts for surveying large mammals in rainforest remnants. Biodiversity and Conservation 20 (12), p. 2815-2829, 2011 link

Pinotti, B.T.; Naxara, L.; Pardini, R. Diet and food selection by small mammals in an old-growth Atlantic forest of south-eastern Brazil. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 46 (1), p. 1–9, 2011. link

Felinks, B.; Pardini, R.; Dixo, M.; Follner, K.; Metzger, J.P; Henle, K. Effects of species turnover on reserve site selection in a fragmented landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation, 20 (5), 1057-1072, 2011. link


2010

Pardini, R. ; Bueno, A. A. ; Gardner T. A. ; Prado, P. I. ; Metzger, J. P. Beyond the fragmentation threshold hypothesis: regime shifts in biodiversity across fragmented landscapes. PLoS ONE 5 (10), 2010. link

Galetti, M.; Pardini, R.; Duarte, J. M. B.; Silva, V. M. F.; Rossi, A. ; Peres, C. A. Mudanças no Código Florestal e seu impacto na ecologia e diversidade dos mamíferos no Brasil. Biota. Neotropica, 10 (4), 2010. link

Meyer-Lucht, Y.; Otten, C.; Püttker, T.; Pardini, R.; Metzger, J. P.; Sommer, S. Variety matters: adaptive genetic diversity and parasite load in two mouse opossums from the Brazilian Atlantic forest. Conservation Genetics 11, p. 2001–2013, 2010. link


2009

Naxara, L. ; Pinotti, B. T. ; Pardini, R. Seasonal microhabitat selection by terrestrial rodents in an old-growth Atlantic forest. Journal of Mammalogy. 90: 404-415, 2009. link

Pardini, R. ; Faria, D. ; Accacio, G. M. ; Laps, R. R. ; Mariano-Neto, E. ; Paciencia, M. L.B.; Dixo, M.; Baumgarten, J. The challenge of maintaining Atlantic forest biodiversity: A multi-taxa conservation assessment of specialist and generalist species in an agro-forestry mosaic in southern Bahia. Biological Conservation, v. 142, p. 1178-1190, 2009. link

Metzger, J. P. ; Martensen, A. C. ; Dixo, M. ; Bernacci, L. C. ; Ribeiro, M. C. ; Teixeira, A. M. G. ; Pardini, R. Time-lag in biological responses to landscape changes in a highly dynamic Atlantic forest region. Biological Conservation , v. 142, p. 1166-1177, 2009. link

Almany et al. Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 May 2009-31 July 2009. Molecular Ecology Resources, v. 9(6), p. 1460-1466, 2009 link


2008

Umetsu, F. ; Metzger, J. P. ; Pardini, R. Importance of estimating matrix quality for modeling species distribution in complex tropical landscapes: a test with Atlantic forest small mammals. Ecography (Copenhagen) , v. 31, p. 359-370, 2008. link

Püttker, T. ; Pardini, R. ; Meyer-Lucht, Y. ; Sommer, S. Responses of five small mammal species to micro-scale variations in vegetation structure in secondary Atlantic Forest remnants, Brazil. BMC Ecology , v. 8, p. 9, 2008. link

Ventura, K. ; Ximenes, G. E. ; Pardini, R. ; Sousa, M. A. N. ; Yonenaga-Yassuda, Y. ; Silva, M. J. Karyotypic analyses and morphological comments on the endemic and endangered Brazilian painted tree rat Callistomys pictus (Rodentia, Echimyidae). Genetics and Molecular Biology , v. 31, p. 697-703, 2008. link

Meyer-Lucht, Y. ; Otten, C. ; Püttker, T. ; Sommer, S. Selection, diversity and evolutionary patterns of the MHC class II DAB in free-ranging Neotropical marsupials. BMC Genetics (Online), v. 9, p. 1-14, 2008. link

Püttker, T. ; Meyer-Lucht, Y. ; Sommer, S. Fragmentation effects on population density of three rodent species in secondary Atlantic Rainforest, Brazil. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment. , v.43, p.11 - 18, 2008. link


2007

Umetsu, F. ; Pardini, R. Small mammals in a mosaic of forest remnants and anthropogenic habitats evaluating matrix quality in an Atlantic forest landscape. Landscape Ecology , v. 22, p. 517-530, 2007. link

Püttker, T. ; Meyer-Lucht, Y. ; Sommer, S. Effects of fragmentation on parasite burden (nematodes) of generalist and specialist small mammal species in secondary forest fragments of the coastal Atlantic Forest, Brazil. Ecological Research. , v.1, p.1440-1703, 2007. link

Bragagnolo, C. ; Nogueira, A. A. ; Rocha, R. P. ; Pardini, R. Harvestmen in an Atlantic Forest fragmented landscape: evaluating assemblage response to habitat quality and quantity. Biological Conservation , v. 139, p. 389-400, 2007. link


2006

Pardini, R. ; Umetsu, F. Pequenos mamíferos da Reserva Florestal do Morro Grande distribuição das espécies e da diversidade em uma área de Mata Atlântica. Biota Neotropica (Ed. Portuguesa) , v. 6, p. 1-22, 2006. link

Umetsu, F. ; Naxara, L. ; Pardini, R. Evaluating the efficiency of pitfall traps for sampling small mammals in the neotropics. Journal of Mammalogy , v. 87, n. 4, p. 757, 2006. link

Metzger, J. P. ; Alves, L. ; Pardini, R. ; Dixo, M. O. ; Nogueira, A. A. ; Negrao, M. F. F. ; Martensen, A. C. ; Catharino, E. L. M. Características ecológicas e implicações para a conservação da Reserva Florestal do Morro Grande. Biota Neotropica (Ed. Portuguesa) , v. 6, p. 1-13, 2006. link

Püttker, T., Meyer-Lucht, Y. ; Sommer, S. Movement distances of five rodent and two marsupial species in forest fragments of the coastal Atlantic Rainforest, Brazil. Ecotropica (Bonn). , v.12, p.131 - 139, 2006. link


2005

Pardini, R. ; Souza, S. M. ; Braga Neto, R. ; Metzger, J. P. The role of forest structure, fragment size and corridors in maintaining small mammal abundance and diversity in an Atlantic forest landscape. Biological Conservation , v. 124, n. 266, p. 253-266, 2005. link


2004

Pardini, R. Effects of forest fragmentation on small mammals in an Atlantic Forest landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation , v. 13, p. 2567-2586, 2004 link

Vebtura, K. ; Silva, M. J. ; Fagundes, V. ; Pardini, R. ; Yonenaga-Yssuda, Y. An undescribed karyotype for Thaptomys (2n=50) and its differentiation mechanism from that of Thaptomys nigrita (2n=52) evidenced by FISH and Ag-NORs. Caryologia (Firenze) , v. 57, p. 89-97, 2004. link


antes de 2004

Henderson, A. ; Pardini, R. ; Rebello, J. F. ; Vanin, S. ; Almeida, D. Pollination of Bactris (Palmae) in an Amazon forest. Brittonia (Bronx) , v. 52, n. 2, p. 160-171, 2000 link

Henderson, A. ; Fisher, A. ; Scariot, A. ; Pacheco, M. A. W. ; Pardini, R. Flowering phenology of a palm community in a central Amazon forest. Brittonia (Bronx) , v. 52, n. 2, p. 149-159, 2000 link

Pardini, R. ; Trajano, E. Use of shelters by the Neotropical river otter Lontra longicaudis in an Atlantic Forest stream, Southeastern Brazil. Journal of Mammalogy , v. 80, n. 2, p. 600-610, 1999. link

Olmos, F. ; Pardini, R. ; Boulhosa, R. L. P. ; Burgl, R. ; Morsello, C. Do tapirs steal food from palm seed predators or give them a lift? Biotropica (Lawrence, KS) , v. 31, n. 2, p. 375-379, 1999. link

Pardini, R. Feeding ecology of the neotropical river otter Lontra longicaudis in an Atlantic Forest stream, south-eastern Brazil. Journal of Zoology, London, v. 245, p. 385-391, 1998. link

 
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