Santiago Saura
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A new habitat availability index to integrate connectivity in landscape conservation planning: comparison with existing indices and application to a case study
S Saura, L Pascual-Hortal
Landscape and Urban Planning 83 (2-3), 91-103, 2007
6092007
Comparison and development of new graph-based landscape connectivity indices: towards the priorization of habitat patches and corridors for conservation
L Pascual-Hortal, S Saura
Landscape ecology 21 (7), 959-967, 2006
5462006
Conefor Sensinode 2.2: a software package for quantifying the importance of habitat patches for landscape connectivity
S Saura, J Torne
Environmental modelling & software 24 (1), 135-139, 2009
4652009
A common currency for the different ways in which patches and links can contribute to habitat availability and connectivity in the landscape
S Saura, L Rubio
Ecography 33 (3), 523-537, 2010
3432010
Network analysis to assess landscape connectivity trends: application to European forests (1990-2000)
S Saura, C Estreguil, C Mouton, M Rodríguez-Freire
Ecological Indicators 11 (2), 407-416, 2011
2232011
EDITOR'S CHOICE: Stepping stones are crucial for species' long‐distance dispersal and range expansion through habitat networks
S Saura, Ö Bodin, MJ Fortin
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (1), 171-182, 2014
2162014
Sensitivity of landscape pattern metrics to map spatial extent
S Saura, J Martinez-Millan
PE & RS- Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 67 (9), 1027-1036, 2001
1942001
Ranking individual habitat patches as connectivity providers: integrating network analysis and patch removal experiments
Ö Bodin, S Saura
Ecological Modelling 221 (19), 2393-2405, 2010
1902010
Effects of remote sensor spatial resolution and data aggregation on selected fragmentation indices
S Saura
Landscape Ecology 19 (2), 197-209, 2004
1902004
Effects of minimum mapping unit on land cover data spatial configuration and composition
S Saura
International Journal of Remote Sensing 23 (22), 4853-4880, 2002
1672002
Landscape patterns simulation with a modified random clusters method
S Saura, J Martínez-Millán
Landscape ecology 15 (7), 661-678, 2000
1632000
Effects of forest composition and structure on bird species richness in a Mediterranean context: implications for forest ecosystem management
A Gil-Tena, S Saura, L Brotons
Forest ecology and Management 242 (2-3), 470-476, 2007
1352007
Impact of spatial scale on the identification of critical habitat patches for the maintenance of landscape connectivity
L Pascual-Hortal, S Saura
Landscape and Urban Planning 83 (2-3), 176-186, 2007
1242007
Contribution of habitat patches to network connectivity: Redundancy and uniqueness of topological indices
G Baranyi, S Saura, J Podani, F Jordán
Ecological Indicators 11 (5), 1301-1310, 2011
1232011
European atlas of forest tree species
E Hines, J Cornelius, M Hecker, Q Lowe, P Kevin
1102016
Key connectors in protected forest area networks and the impact of highways: A transnational case study from the Cantabrian Range to the Western Alps (SW Europe)
M Gurrutxaga, L Rubio, S Saura
Landscape and Urban Planning 101 (4), 310-320, 2011
1092011
Integrating landscape connectivity in broad-scale forest planning through a new graph-based habitat availability methodology: application to capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) in …
L Pascual-Hortal, S Saura
European Journal of Forest Research 127 (1), 23-31, 2008
1042008
Landscape connectivity analysis for conservation: insights from combining new methods with ecological and genetic data
S Luque, S Saura, MJ Fortin
Landscape ecology 27 (2), 153-157, 2012
1012012
Effects of silvicultural treatments on forest biodiversity indicators in the Mediterranean
O Torras, S Saura
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (8-9), 3322-3330, 2008
1012008
Key structural forest connectors can be identified by combining landscape spatial pattern and network analyses
S Saura, P Vogt, J Velázquez, A Hernando, R Tejera
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (2), 150-160, 2011
992011
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