Scientific publications (ISI ranked)

41. Linley G.D, Jolly C.J, Doherty T.S, Geary W.L, Armenteras-Pascual, D; Belcher C, Bliege B. R, Duane A, Fletcher M-S, Giorgis M A., Angie H, Jones G. M, Kelly L. T, Lee C.K.F, Nolan R H, Parr C.L, Pausas J, Price J.N, Regos A, Ritchie E. G., Ruffault J, Williamson G.J., Wu Q & Nimmo D.G.(2022). What do you mean, ‘megafire’? Global Ecology and Biogeography (in press) DOI: 10.1111/geb.13499. (IF-2020: 7.148).

40. Arenas-Castro S, Regos A, Martins I, Honrado JP & Alonso J (2022). Effects of input data sources on species distribution model predictions across species with different distributional ranges. Journal of Biogeography (in press) DOI: 10.1111/jbi.14382. (IF-2020: 4.327).

39. Regos A*, Gonçalves J, Arenas-Castro S, Alcaraz-Segura D, Guisan A & Honrado JP (2022). Mainstreaming Remotely Sensed Ecosystem Functioning in Ecological Niche Models. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation doi: 10.1002/rse2.255 (IF-2020: 5.481).

38. Regos A*, Tapia L, Arenas-Castro S, Gil-Carrera, A, Domínguez, J (2022). Ecosystem functioning influences species fitness at upper trophic levels . Ecosystems DOI:10.1007/s10021-021-00699-5 (IF: 4.217).

37. Campos J, Rodrigues S, Sil A, Hermoso V, Freitas T, Santos J, Fernandes P.M, Azevedo J.C, Honrado J.P. & Regos A (2022). Climate regulation ecosystem services and biodiversity conservation are enhanced differently by climate- and fire-smart landscape management. Environmental Research Letters, 17 (5): 054014 DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/ac64b5 (IF-2020: 6.793).

36. Moreira F, Regos A, Gonçalves J, Rodrigues TM, Verde A, Pagès M, Pérez JA, Meunier B, Lepetit J-P, Honrado JP, Gonçalves D (2022). Combining citizen science data and satellite descriptors of ecosystem functioning to monitor the abundance of a migratory bird during the non-breeding season. Remote Sensing 14(3), 463. DOI: 10.3390/rs14030463 (IF-2020: 4.848).

35. Cánibe M, Titeux N, Domínguez J. Regos A. (2022). Assessing the uncertainty arising from standard land-cover mapping procedures when modelling species distributions. Diversity and Distributions 28, 636-648. DOI:10.1111/ddi.13456 (IF-2020: 5.139).

34. Ponce-Fontenla S, Serrano M, Carballal R, Regos A* (2021). Sentinel 2 images enable reliable prediction of fine-scale habitat dynamics of narrow endemic plant species in serpentine soils. Applied Vegetation Science, 21:e12614. DOI:10.1111/avsc.12614 (IF-2020: 3.252).

33. Regos A*, Tapia L, Gil-Carrera A, Domínguez J (2021). Caution is needed when using niche models to infer changes in species abundance: the case of two sympatric raptor populations. Animals, 11(7), 2020. DOI:10.3390/ani11072020 (IF-2020: 2.752).

32. Lanzas M, Hermoso V, Morán-Ordoñez A, Regos A, Bota G, Brotons Ll (2021). The value of unprotected land for future conservation under dynamic conditions. Biological Conservation, 261: 109232 DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109232 (IF-2020: 5.990).

31. Campos JC, Rodrigues S, Freitas T, Santos J, Honrado J & Regos A (2021). Climatic variables and ecological modelling data for birds, amphibians and reptiles in the Transboundary Biosphere Reserve of Meseta Ibérica (Portugal-Spain) Biodiversity Data journal, 9: e66509. DOI:10.3897/BDJ.9.e66509 (IF-2020: 1.225).

30. Hermoso V, Regos A, Morán-Ordoñez A, Duane A & Brotons L. (2021). Tree-planting: a double-edged sword to fight climate change in an era of megafires Global Change Biology, 27:3001–3003. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15625 (IF-2020: 10.863).

29. Kelly, L.T., Giljohann, K.M., Duane, A., Aquilué, N., Archibald, S., Batllori, E., Bennett, A.F., Buckland, S.T., Canelles, Q., Clarke, M.F., Fortin, M.-J., Hermoso, V., Herrando, S., Keane, R.E., Lake, F.K., McCarthy, M.A., Ordóñez, A.M., Parr, C.L., Pausas, J.G., Penman, T.D., Regos, A., Rumpff, L., Santos, J.L., Smith, A.L., Syphard, A.D., Tingley, M.W. & Brotons, L (2021). RE: Using grazing to mitigate fire risk is no silver bullet. Science, eLetter.

28. Regos A*, Arenas-Castro S, Tapia L, Domínguez J & Honrado JP (2021). Using remotely sensed indicators of primary productivity to improve prioritization of conservation areas for top predators. Ecological Indicators, 125: 107503. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107503 (IF-2020: 4.958).

27. Campos JC, Bernhardt J, Aquilué N, Brotons L, Domínguez J, Lomba Â, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Moreira F, Pais S, Honrado JP & Regos A (2021). Using fire to enhance rewilding when agricultural policies fail. Science of the Total Environment, 755, 142897. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142897 (IF-2020: 7.963).

26. Kelly, L.T., Giljohann, K.M., Duane, A., Aquilué, N., Archibald, S., Batllori, E., Bennett, A.F., Buckland, S.T., Canelles, Q., Clarke, M.F., Fortin, M.-J., Hermoso, V., Herrando, S., Keane, R.E., Lake, F.K., McCarthy, M.A., Ordóñez, A.M., Parr, C.L., Pausas, J.G., Penman, T.D., Regos, A., Rumpff, L., Santos, J.L., Smith, A.L., Syphard, A.D., Tingley, M.W. & Brotons, L (2020). Fire and biodiversity in the Anthropocene. Science, 370, eabb0355 . DOI: 10.1126/science.abb0355 (IF-2020: 41.846).

25. Regos A*, Gómez-Rodríguez P, Arenas-Castro S, Tapia L, Vidal M & Domínguez J (2020). Model-Assisted Bird Monitoring Based on Remotely Sensed Ecosystem Functioning and Atlas Data. Remote Sensing. 12, 2549. DOI:10.3390/rs12162549 (IF-2020: 4.848). Featured.

24. Pais S, Aquilué N, Campos J, Sil A, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Domínguez J, Brotons Ll, Honrado J & Regos A* (2020). Mountain farmland protection and fire-smart management jointly reduce fire hazard and enhance biodiversity and carbon sequestration. Ecosystem Services. 44: 101143. DOI:10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101143 (IF-2019: 5.454). 

23. Regos A*, Vidal M, Lorenzo M & Domínguez J (2020). Integrating intraseasonal grassland dynamics in cross-scale distribution modeling to support waterbird recovery plans. Conservation Biology. 34 (2): 494-504. DOI:10.1111/cobi.13415 (IF-2020: 6.560).

22. Carvalho-Santos C, Marcos M, Nunes JP, Regos A, Palazzi E, Terzago S, Monteiro A, & Honrado J. (2019). Hydrological Impacts of Large Fires and Future Climate: Modeling Approach Supported by Satellite Data. Remote Sensing. 11(23), 2832; DOI:10.3390/rs11232832 (IF-2019: 4.509).

21. Sil A, Azevedo J, Fernandes P, Regos A, Vaz S & Honrado J. (2019). (Wild)fire is not an ecosystem service. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 17 (8): 429-430 DOI:10.1002/fee.2106 (IF-2019: 9.295).

20. Arenas-Castro S, Regos A, Gonçalves J, Alcaraz-Segura D & Honrado J (2019). Remotely sensed variables of ecosystem functioning support robust  predictions of abundance patterns for rare species Remote Sensing. 11(18), 2086; DOI:10.3390/rs11182086 (IF-2019: 4.509).

19. Regos A*, Gagne L, Alcaraz-Segura D, Honrado, J & Domínguez, J (2019). Effects of species traits and environmental predictors on performance and transferability of ecological niche models. Scientific Reports. 9:4221 DOI:10.1038/s41598-019-40766-5. (IF-2019: 3.998). In the Top 100 in Ecology Collection.

18. Regos A*, Imbeau L, Desrochers M, Leduc A, Robert M, Jobin B, Brotons L & Drapeau, P (2018). Hindcasting the impacts of land-use changes on bird communities with species distribution models of Bird Atlas dataEcological applications. 28 (7):1867-1883. DOI:10.1002/eap.1784 (IF-2018: 4.378).

17. Regos A*, Hermoso V., D’Amen M, Guisan A & Brotons L. (2018)Trade-offs and synergies between bird conservation and wildfire suppression in the face of global change. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55 (5): 2181-2192. DOI:10.1111/1365-2664.13182. (IF-2018: 5.782).

16. Lecina J, Alvarez A, Regos A, Drapeau P, Paquette A, Messier C & Retana, J (2018). The positive carbon stocks – biodiversity relationship in forests: co-occurrence and drivers across five sub-climates. Ecological applications. 28 (6): 1481–1493. DOI:10.1002/eap.1749. (IF-2018: 4.378). 

15. Regos A* & Domínguez J. (2018). The contribution of Earth observation technologies to the reporting obligations of the Habitats Directive and Natura 2000 network in a protected wetland. PeerJ 6:e4540; DOI 10.7717/peerj.4540. (IF-2018: 2.35).

14. Regos A*, Clavero M., D’Amen M, Guisan A & Brotons L. (2018). Wildfire–vegetation dynamics affect predictions of climate change impact on bird communities. Ecography. 51 (6): 982-995. doi/10.1111/ecog.02990.0. (IF-2018: 5.946).

13. Tapia L*, Regos A*, Gil-Carrera A & Domínguez J (2018). Assessing the temporal transferability of raptor distribution models: implications for conservation. Bird Conservation International, 28 (3): 375-389. doi:10.1017/S0959270917000375. *joint lead authors. (IF-2018: 1.725).

12. Titeux N., Henle K., Mihoub J.-B., Regos A., Geijzendorffer I.R., Cramer W., Verburg P.H. & Brotons L. (2017). Global scenarios for biodiversity need to better integrate climate and land use change. Diversity and Distributions, 23: 1231-1234, doi:10.1111/ddi.12624. (IF-2017: 4.614).

11. Regos A*, Tapia L, Gil-Carrera A, Domínguez J (2017). Monitoring protected areas from space: A multi-temporal assessment using raptors as biodiversity surrogates. PLoS ONE 12(7): e0181769. (IF-2017: 2.766).

10. Tapia*, L., Regos*, A., Gil-Carrera, A., Domínguez, J. (2017). Unravelling the response of diurnal raptors to land use change in a highly dynamic landscape in northwestern Spain: an approach based on satellite earth observation data. Eur J Wildl Res  63: 40. *joint lead authors. (IF-2017: 1.453).

9. Regos, A*; Aquilué, N.; López, I.; Codina, M.; Retana, J.; Brotons, Ll (2016). Synergies between forest biomass extraction for bioenergy and fire suppression in Mediterranean ecosystems: insights from a storyline-and-simulation approach. Ecosystems. 19 (5): 786–802. doi/10.1007/s10021-016-9. (IF-2016: 4.198).

8. Titeux, N.; Henle, K.; Mihoub, J-B.; Regos, A.; Geijzendorffer, I.R.; Cramer, W.;  Verburg, P-H.; Brotons, Ll. (2016). Biodiversity scenarios neglect future land use changes. Global Change Biology. 22 (7): 2505–2515. doi/10.1111/gcb.13272/full. [featured by the European Commission in Science for Environment Policy]. (IF-2016: 8.502).

7. Regos A*, D’Amen M, Titeux N, Herrando S, Guisan A, Brotons L (2016). Predicting the future effectiveness of protected areas for bird conservation in Mediterranean ecosystems under climate change and novel fire regime scenarios. Diversity and Distributions, 22: 83-96. (IF-2016: 4.391).

6. Regos, A*, Domínguez, J., Gil-Tena, A., Brotons, L., Ninyerola, M., Pons, X., (2016). Rural abandoned landscapes and bird assemblages: winners and losers in the rewilding of a marginal mountain area (NW Spain). Reg. Environ. Chang. 16: 199-211.(IF-2016: 2.919).

5. Regos A*, D’Amen M, Herrando S, Guisan A, Brotons L (2015) Fire management, climate change and their interacting effects on birds in complex Mediterranean landscapes: dynamic distribution modelling of an early-successional species — the near-threatened Dartford Warbler (Sylvia undata). J Ornithol. (Suppl 1):S275–S286. (IF-2015: 1.468).

4. Regos, A*, Ninyerola, M., Moré, G., Pons, X. (2015). Linking land cover dynamics with driving forces in mountain landscape of the Northwestern Iberian Peninsula. Int. J. Appl. Earth Obs. Geoinf. 38, 1–14. (IF-2015: 3.930).

3. Regos, A*, Aquilué, N., Retana, J., De Cáceres, M. & Brotons, L. (2014) Using unplanned fires to help suppressing future large fires in Mediterranean forests. PLoS ONE, 9, e94906. (IF-2014: 3.324).

2. Tapia, L.; Dominguez, J.; Regos, A. & Vidal, M. (2014). Using remote sensing data to model European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) occurrence in a highly fragmented landscape in northwestern Spain Actha Theriologica, 58: 289-298. (IF-2014: 1.2).

1. Regos, A* (2011). Modelling the Feeding Behavior of Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) in a Coastal Wetland of NW Iberian Peninsula during Wintering Season. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 34 (2): 249-256.

Scientific publications (others)

10. Regos A*, Tapia L, Arenas-Castro S, Gil-Carrera, A, Domínguez, J (2022). El funcionamiento de los ecosistemas influye en la aptitud de las especies super predadores como el águila real. Eagle news, Post 79.

9. Abel, D., Regos, A., Tapia, L., Vidal, M & Domínguez, J. (2019). Riqueza, abundancia e distribución de aves nidificantes nas Zonas de Especial Conservación (ZECs) Macizo Central e Bidueiral de Montederramo. Nova Acta Científica Compostelana, Vol 26:109-123. 

8. Regos, A*, L. Imbeau, M. Desrochers, A. Leduc, M. Robert, B. Jobin, L. Brotons, and Drapeau, P. (2019). A Backward-Looking Perspective of Land-Use Change Impacts on Bird Communities in Southern Quebec. Bull Ecol Soc Am 100(1):e01458. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1458. 

7. Arenas-Castro, S., Regos, A. (2018). Nueva localidad para Xiphion boissieri (Henriq.) Rodion en Portugal. Nova Acta Científica Compostelana, Vol. 25: 1-3. 

6. Lecina-Diaz, J., A. Alvarez, A. Regos, P. Drapeau, A. Paquette, C. Messier, and J. Retana. (2018). The Positive Carbon Stocks–Biodiversity Relationship in Forests: Co-Occurrence and Drivers Across Five Sub-Climates. Bull Ecol Soc Am 99(4):e01424. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1424

5. Regos, A* (2018). Cartografía de áreas queimadas en Galicia no século XXI: presentación do produto e aplicación web mapping. Nova Acta Científica Compostelana, Vol. 25: 45-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.15304/nacc.25.5150.

4. Tapia, L., Regos, A., Gil-Carrera, A., Domínguez, J. (2018). La pérdida de brezales y pastizales montanos afecta a las rapaces en Galicia. Quercus, 289: 12-15. 

3. Regos, A* & Brotons, Ll. (2016). El futuro de una red estática de espacios protegidos en un mundo dinámico. Decision Point en Español. Vol 2: 6-7.

2. Regos, A* (2016). El cambio global y el futuro incierto de la biodiversidad en ecosistemas de tipo mediterráneo: perspectivas de un enfoque de predicción estratégicoEcosistemas.25(1): 108-111.

1. Regos, A*; Tapia, L & Domínguez, J. (2015). Estudio de la comunidad de aves nidificantes del Parque Natural “Serra da Enciña da Lastra” (Galicia, NO España). Nova Acta Científica Compostelana, Vol. 22: 19-31.

Thesis

Regos, A. (2015). Global change and the uncertain future of biodiversity in Mediterranean-type ecosystems: insights from a strategic foresight process. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d’Ecologia, 172 pp. http://hdl.handle.net/10803/323074. %5Babstract available in Ardeola 64(1), 2017, 117-118].

Books and chapters

Arenas-Castro S, Regos A, Gonzáles-Moreno P (2022). Chapter: Modelos de predicción de hábitat en ciencias forestales. In Book Geociencias aplicadas a la gestión forestal. UCOPress. In prep.

Pons P, Prodon R, Regos A (2020). Dartford Warbler (Sylvia undata) in Keller, V; Herrando, S; Vorisek, P; Franch, M; Kipson, M; Milanesi, P; Martí, D; Klvanova, A; Kalyakin, MV; Bauer, H-G & Foppen, RPB. (eds.) (2020). European Breeding Bird Atlas 2: Distribution, Abundance and Change. European Bird Census Council & Lynx Editions, Barcelona.

Domínguez, J.; Lamosa, A.; Pardavila, X.; Martínez, F.; Regos, A.; Gil, A. & Vidal (2012). Atlas de los vertebrados terrestres reproductores en el Parque Natural Baixa Limia-Serra do Xurés y ZEPVN Baixa Limia. Consellería de Medio Ambiente, Territorio e Infraestructuras, Xunta de Galicia, 423 pág.

Conference proceedings, oral* and poster presentations and organization

55. Regos A*, Aguiar C, Lopes D. (2022). Floresta, fogo, animais e pessoas: a complexa equação da suatentabilidade nos territórios de montanha. DIVERSIDADES: Ciclos de conversas sobre a biodiversidade e sustentabilidade ambiental.5 de maio de 2022, 21h30 – 23h00 | Online [Invited speaker].

54. Sierdsema H, Milanesi P, Robert Baillie S, Brotons Ll, Sattler T, Foppen R, Antoniazza S, Robinson R A, Border J, Regos A, Davis J, Johnston A, Kampichler C & Gargallo G (2022). Spatio-temporal models to estimate the dynamic distributions of European waterfowl. Bird Numbers 2022 Beyond the Atlas: challenges and opportunities. 22nd Conference of the European Bird Census Council – EBCC –
4–9 April 2022, Lucerne, Switzerland.

53. Regos* (2022). Les SfN pour la gestion préventive des incendies de forêt et la fourniture durable de services écosystémiques. Forum Life ARTISAN 15 Mars 2022 | ATELIER N°2 Lille (France)[Invited speaker].

52. Honrado J. & Regos A* (2022). Alterações globais, Biodiversidade e Florestas inteligentes. Jornadas de Dias Abertos FCUP Virtual. Porto. 22 Feb 2022.

51. Regos A*, Campos JC, Bernhardt J, Aquilué N, Brotons L, Domínguez J, Lomba Â, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Moreira F, Pais S, Honrado JP (2021). Using fire to enhance rewilding when agricultural policies fail. Symposium: Actions for sustaining biodiversity in fire-prone ecosystems. 9th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress Nov 30 – Dec 3, 2021 [Invited speaker].

50. Regos A*, Arenas-Castro S, Gonçalves J, Ponce S, Alcaraz-Segura D, Horando J.P (2021). The potential of ecosystem functional attributes derived from Sentinel time series to supports biodiversity mapping and monitoring. Workshop – Remote Sensing For Landscape Monitoring: from in situ data to Copernicus services – V Congreso Ibérico de Ecología del paisaje. 18-19 Noviembre 2021. Online [Invited speaker].

49. Concepción H, Morán-Ordoñez A, Regos A (2021), Organization of symposium. Session title: Ecologia del paisage, cambio global y biodiversidad. XV Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Ecologia Terrestre (AEET). 18-21 October, Plasencia, Cáceres – Spain.

48. Campos JC, Bernhardt J, Aquilué N, Brotons L, Domínguez J, Lomba Â, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Moreira F, Pais S, Honrado JP and Regos A (2021). Fire as a tool to enhance rewilding in the abandoned rural mountains of the Gerês-Xurés. XV Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Ecologia Terrestre (AEET). 18-21 October, Plasencia, Cáceres – Spain.

47. Arenas-Castro S, Regos A, Gonçalves J, Sillero N, Alonso J, Hornado J. (2021) Satellite time-series analysis to support model-assisted monitoring of biodiversity. XV Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Ecologia Terrestre (AEET). 18-21 October, Plasencia, Cáceres – Spain.

46. Roces-Diaz, JV. Regos, A, Judit Lecina (2021). Organization of symposium. Session title: T12 – Disturbances, extreme events and ecosystem services in the Anthropocene: impacts, challenges and management. 3rd Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Europe Conference. 7-10 June, Tartu, Estonia.

45. Lecina-Diaz J, Campos J, Gonçalves J, Carvalho-Santos C, Agrelo M, Aquilué N, Azevedo J, Brotons L, Chas-Amil M, Alves Cordeiro Rodrigues S, Duane A, Fernandes P, Hermoso V, Lomba A, Macedo de Freitas T, Moreira F, Pais S, Roces-Diaz J, Santos J, Sil Â, Touza-Montero J, Vicente J, Honrado J, Regos A (2021). Nature-based solutions to wildfires in complex socioecological systems: insights from stakeholders’ perspectives in two transboundary protected areas. 3rd Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Europe Conference. 7-10 June, Tartu, Estonia.

44. Campos JC, Rodrigues S, Sil Â, Hermoso V, Freitas TR, Santos JA, Fernandes PM, Azevedo JC, Honrado JP, Regos A (2021). Trade-offs between climate regulation and biodiversity conservation under climate- and fire-smart land management policies. 3rd Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Europe Conference. 7-10 June, Tartu, Estonia.

43. Pais S, Aquilué N, Campos JC, Sil Â, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Domínguez J, Brotons L, Honrado JP and Regos A (2020). A promoção de paisagens Fire-Smart como solução sustentável aos grandes incêndios florestais em áreas montanhosas afetadas pelo abandono rural e mudança climática. XIX Encontro Nacional de Ecologia – Sociedade Portuguesa de Ecologia (SPECO). 9-12 de Dezembro 2020.

42. Campos JC, Bernhardt J, Aquilué N, Brotons L, Domínguez J, Lomba Â, Marcos B, Martínez-Freiría F, Moreira F, Pais S, Honrado JP and Regos A (2020). O fogo como ferramenta para potenciar o Rewilding em áreas de montanha abandonadas.XIX Encontro Nacional de Ecologia – Sociedade Portuguesa de Ecologia (SPECO). 9-12 de Dezembro 2020.

41. *Regos, A: Gonçalves, J; Arenas-Castro, S; Alcaraz-Segura, D; Guisan, A; Honrado, J (2020). Incorporating remotely sensed ecosystem functional attributes into species distribution models to support biodiversity monitoring. ONLINE GEO BON OPEN SCIENCE CONFERENCE & ALL HANDS MEETING 2020. 06–10 July 2020.

40. Arenas-Castro, S; Regos, A: Gonçalves, J; Alcaraz-Segura, D; Martins, I; Alonso, J; Honrado, J (2020). Assessing the role of ecosystem functioning and dynamics to support model-assisted monitoring of biodiversity. ONLINE GEO BON OPEN SCIENCE CONFERENCE & ALL HANDS MEETING 2020. 06–10 July 2020.

39. *Regos, A. (2020). FirESmart project – seeking nature-based solutions for preventive fire management and sustainable supply of ecosystem services. 1º Workshop de projetos de Investigação científica e desenvolvimento tecnológico no âmbito da prevenção e combate a incêndios florestais. Coimbra, 14 de fevereiro 2020 [Invited speaker].

38. *Regos, A. (2019). O projeto FirESmart: Soluções baseadas na natureza para a gestão preventiva do risco de incêndios e fornecimento sustentado de serviços dos ecossistemas. Encontro Incêndios Rurais: Melhor gestão baseada em evidência científica. Lisboa, 27 de Novembro 2019.

37. Regos, A; Aquilué, N; Azevedo, J;  Brotons, Ll; Campos, J; Carvalho-Santos, Cl; Chas-Amil, M; Duane, A; Gonçalves, J; Hermoso, V; Lomba, Â;  Moreira, F; Fernandes, P; Pais, S; Santos, J; Sil, Ângelo; Rodrigues, S; Touza; J; Honrado. J (2019). FirESmart – Nature-based solutions for preventive fire management and sustained supply of ecosystem services. Encontro Incêndios Rurais: Melhor gestão baseada em evidência científica. Lisboa, 27 de Novembro 2019.

36. *Pais, S; Aquilué, N; Brotons, Ll; Domínguez, J; Honrado, J. & Regos, A. (2019) Cenários de gestão fire-smart da paisagem: impactes sobre o regime de fogo e a conservação da biodiversidade numa área protegida transfronteiriça. Seminário Paisagens Fire-smart. Criando territórios resilientes ao fogo. Castrelo Branco, 8 de Novembro 2019.

35. *Regos, A; Aquilué, N; Pais, S; Sil, Â; Marcos, B; Brotons, Ll, Honrado, J. (2019). Fire-landscape dynamic model to assess future trade-offs between preventive fire management, nature conservation and sustained supply of ecosystem servicesThe International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2019 (ISEM2019). October 1-5. Salzburg, Austria.

34. Regos, A; Vidal, M; Lorenzo, M & Domínguez, J. (2019). Assessing the potential of Sentinel-2 imagery to monitor habitat dynamics of endangered grassland waders. 12th EOU Congress 2019.  August 26 – 30. Cluj-Napoca, Romania. 

33. *Pais, S.; Aquilué, N.; Brotons, Ll.; Domínguez, J.; Honrado, J; Regos, A. (2019). Trade-offs between fire prevention and bird conservation under fire-smart landscape management scenarios. Embedding Ecology in Sustainable Development Goals, EEF 2019 | 15th EEF – European Ecological Federation Congress. 29 July – 2 August 2019, Lisbon, Portugal.

32. Carvalho-Santo, C.; Marcos, B; Regos, A; Nunes, J.P; Palazzi, E.; Terzago, S; Monteiro A; Honrado, J. (2019). Hydrological impacts of large fires and climate change: modelling approach using SWAT and satellite data. Embedding Ecology in Sustainable Development Goals, EEF 2019 | 15th EEF – European Ecological Federation Congress. 29 July – 2 August 2019, Lisbon, Portugal.

31. *Lanzas, M; Hermoso, V.; Regos., A.; Bota, G.; Morán-Ordoñez, A.; Brotons, Ll. (2019). Natura 2000 network adaptation strategies in the face of climate change. Embedding Ecology in Sustainable Development Goals, EEF 2019 | 15th EEF – European Ecological Federation Congress. 29 July – 2 August 2019, Lisbon, Portugal.

30. *Mairota P.; Alcaraz-Segura, D.; Lino-Vaz, S.; Arenas-Castro, S.; Bonet-Garcia F.J.; Escribano, P.; Honrado, J.; Leitão, P. Martínez-López, J.; Regos, A.; Requena-Mullor J.M.; Cabello, F.J. (2019). Satellite remote sensing of ecosystem functions for the assessment of ecocystems conservation status. 10th IALE World Congress July 1-5, 2019; Milano, Italy.

29. *Honrado, J.; Carvalho-Santos, C.; Arenas-Castro, S.; Alves, P; Monteiro, A; Regos, A.; J. Gonçalves, J; Martins, I; Castro, P.; Alonso, J; Alcaraz-Segura, D. (2019). Biodiversity and ecosystem services in mountain protected areas under global change: lessons from the Peneda-Gerês (M7) storyline. ECOPOTENTIAL 4rd General Assembly, 20-23 May 2019, Rome, Italy.

28. *Cabello, J.; Mairota, P.; Alcaraz-Segura, D.; Escribano, P.; Arenas-Castro, S.; Leitão, P.; Martínez-Lopez, J.; Regos, A. & Requena-Muñoz, J.M. (2018). Satellite remote sensing of ecosystem functions: Opportunities and challenges for reporting obligations of the EU Habitat Directive. IGARSS 2018 – 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 22-27 July 2018, Valencia. Spain. pages: 6604-6607.

27. *Vicario, S.; Adamo, A; Tarantino, C; Regos, A.; Alcaraz-Segura, D. & Blonda, P (2018). ECOFAHRE (ECOsystem Functional Attributes High Resolution Estimator) service. ECOPOTENTIAL 3rd General Assembly, 18-22 June 2018, Matalascañas, Spain.

26. *Carvalho-­Santos, C; Arenas-­Castro, S; Monteiro, A; Alves, P; Gonçalves, J; Regos, A; Alcaraz-­‐Segura, D. & Honrado, J (2018). Managing Species, Habitats and Ecosystem Services in Peneda-­Gerês: Contributions from Earth Observations and Predictive Models. ECOPOTENTIAL 3rd General Assembly, 18-22 June 2018, Matalascañas, Spain.

25. *Vicario, S.; Adamo, A; Tarantino, C; Regos, A. & Blonda, P (2018). ECOFAHRE (ECOsystem Functional Attributes High Resolution Estimator) service. LifeWatch Italy Annual Conference. 25-27 June 2018, Rome, Italy.

24. Regos, A.; Hermoso V.; D’Amen, M; Guisan, A & Brotons, L. (2018). Conservation needs to integrate fire management into an adaptive planning perspective to leverage wildfire suppression co-benefits for bird conservation. 5th European Congress of Conservation Biology.  12th – 15th of June, Jyvaskyla, Findland. DOI: 10.17011/conference/eccb2018/107990.

23. *Regos, A.; Gagne, L; Alcaraz-Segura, D; Honrado J.P., Domínguez, J. (2018). Ecologically relevant predictors and species traits impact predictive performance and transferability of species distribution models. Climate Change Biogeography. International Biogeographical Society meeting: 20-24 March 2018, Évora, Portugal.

22. *Lecina‐Diaz, J.; Alvarez, A.; Regos, A.; Drapeau, P.; Paquette, A.; Messier, C.; Retana, J. (2017). The positive relationship between forest carbon stocks and biodiversity: spatial distribution, concurrence and drivers across five climates in Spain and Quebec. IUFRO 8.01.02 Landscape Ecology Conference 2017. 24 – 29 September 2017. Halle. Germany.

21. Regos, A.; Gagne, L; Alcaraz-Segura, D; Domínguez, J., Honrado J.P. (2017). Satellite-derived ecosystem functional variables and temporal transferability of bird species distribution models. In: The 11th Conference of European Ornithologist Union’s. 18-22 August 2017. Turku, Finland.

20. Lecina‐Diaz, J.; Alvarez, A.; Regos, A.; Drapeau, P.; Paquette, A.; Messier, C.; Retana, J. (2017). The positive carbon stock-biodiversity relationship in forest: co-ocurrence and drivers across fire climate zones. 12th ALTER-Net Summer School, August 2017, At Peyresq – Alpes de Haute – Provence, France.

19. Regos, A. Clavero, M., D’Amen, M., Guisan, A., Brotons, Ll. (2017). Fire-vegetation dynamics and biotic filtering add variability in climate change indicators. XIV MEDECOS-XII AEET meeting. Human driven scenarios for evolutionary and ecological changes. 31st January-4th February 2017. Sevilla. Spain.

18. *Regos, A. (2016). Abandono rural e conservación das aves nas paisaxes do século XXI: retos e oportunidades. IX Congreso Galego de Ornitoloxía. 25-27 Outubro. Pontevedra. España. [Invited Speaker].

17. *Tapia, L.; Gil-Carrera, A.; Regos, A.; Domínguez, J. (2016).Response of raptors to land-use changes in Ourense Province (Southeastern Galicia). IX Congreso Galego de Ornitoloxía. 25-27 Outubro. Pontevedra. España.

16. *Regos, A. Clavero, M., D’Amen, M., Guisan, A., Brotons, Ll. (2016). Fire-vegetation dynamics, biotic interactions and (not only) climate drive the variability of community-based indicators of climate change. Community Ecology for 21st Century (from genes to ecosystems). 17th-19th of October 2016. Évora. Portugal.

15. *Titeux, N.; Henle, K.; Mihoub, J-B.; Regos, A.; Geijzendorffer, I.R.; Cramer, W.;  Verburg, P-H.; Brotons, Ll. (2016). Biodiversity scenarios neglect future land use changes. International Conference on Scenarios and Models of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services  in Support of Decision-making, 24-26 August 2016, Montpellier, France.

14. *Tapia, L.; Gil-Carrera, A.; Regos, A.; Domínguez, J. (2016). Collapse of Montagu’s harrier (Circus pygargus) population in Galicia (NW Spain) associated with land use changes. IX Congresso de Ornitologia da SPEA e VI Congresso Ibéricos de Ornitologia, 23-25 Abril de 2016. Vila Real. Portugal.

13. *Tapia, L.; Gil-Carrera, A.; Regos, A.; Vazquez-Pumariño, X.; Domínguez, J. (2015). Collapse of Montagu’s harrier (Circus pygargus) population in Galicia (NW Spain) associated with land use changes. XIII Congreso de aguiluchos ibéricos GREFA (Grupo de Rehabilitación de la Fauna Autóctona y su Hábitat) y AMUS (Acción por el Mundo Salvaje). Valsain (Segovia). 20-22 November 2015.

12. *Regos A, Domínguez J, Gil-Tena A, D’Amen M, Guisan A, Brotons L. (2015). Rewilding as a land use option for biodiversity conservation in a context of land abandonment and fire disturbance: winners and losers. [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology and 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology. Visconti P., Game E., Mathevet R., Wilkerson M. editors. Montpellier 2-6 August 2015. p. 572. SCB; 2015. doi: 10.13140/ RG.2.1.4233.4489 [Invited Speaker].

11. Tapia L, Regos A, Gil A, Rodríguez-Lado L, Domínguez J. (2015). Changes in occurrence and distribution of diurnal raptors associated to land use changes in North West Spain. In: The 10th Conference of European Ornithologist Union’s. Badajoz, 24-28 August 2015.

10. Regos, A., D’Amen, M.,Bota, G., Guisan, A. & Brotons, L. (2014). Changes in future habitat suitability of Ortolan bunting under fire management and climate change scenarios. XXII Congreso Español de Ornitologia. SEO/Birdlife. Madrid. 6-9 Diciembre.

9. Regos, A; Aquilué, N.; Gil-Tena, A; Duane, A.; De Cáceres, M; Brotons, L. (2014). MEDFIRE model: A spatially-explicit tool aimed at supporting fire and forest management decisions in Mediterranean regions. FIREeffiecient Workshop, 25 Junio, Solsona.

8. Regos, A; Domínguez, J., Gil-Tena, A., Moré, G. Ninyerola, M, Pons, X (2013). Temporal shifts in a bird community of an abandoned mountain landscape (NW Spain) at census plot scale. 9th Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union, Norwich, UK.

7. Regos, A.; Brotons, L., Aquilué, N.;De Cáceres, M. (2013). Uso de estrategias oportunistas de extinción para reducir el impacto de los incendios en condiciones climáticas extremas  6º Congreso Forestal Español, Victoria.[Proceeding].

6. Gil-Tena, A.; De Cáceres, M.; Aquilué, N.; Regos, A.;Villero, D.;Saura, S.; Brotons, L. (2013). Modelización del hábitat de Pino laricio (Pinus nigra spp salzmannii) y de los cambios en su conectividad dentro de la Red Natura 2000 en futuros escenarios de cambio climático, 6º Congreso Forestal Español, Victoria.[Proceeding].

5. Regos, A., Ninyerola, M., Moré, G. y Pons, X. (2012). Evaluación de las dinámicas temporales de las cubiertas y usos del suelo mediante comparación post-clasificación e índices de área relativa. Libro de actas del XV Congreso Nacional de Tecnologías de la Información Geográfica.  Editores: Javier Martínez Vega y Pilar Martín Isabel. Madrid, AGE-CSIC, 19-21 de Septiembre de 2012; págs.: 195-204. ISBN: 84-695-4759-3 [Proceeding].

4. Regos, A. Tapia, L., Vidal, M. y Domínguez, J. (2012). Teledetección y SIGs como fuentes de información ambiental en el modelado de distribución de especies: el  caso práctico del Conejo europeo. Libro de actas del XV Congreso Nacional de Tecnologías de la Información Geográfica.  Editores: Javier Martínez Vega y Pilar Martín Isabel. Madrid, AGE-CSIC, 19-21 de Septiembre de 2012; págs.: 205-212. ISBN: 84-695-4759-3. [Proceeding].

3. Regos, A. (2012). Support Vector Machine-based Land Cover Mapping: a comparison with Maximum Likelihood and Artificial Neuronal Networks classifiers supported by prior knowledge. Livro de resumos do III Encontro de Sistemas de Informação Geográfica-Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco-mayo de 2012; pp: 74-75.

2. Regos, A. (2011). Factors Affecting the Foraging Behavior of Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) in an Intertidal Area of NW Iberian Peninsula during Wintering Season. Livro de resumos – VII Congresso de Ornitologia & I Jornadas Macaronésicas de Ornitologia Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo das Aves, Lisboa; Machico – Madeira | 29 – 31 Outubro 2011, pp: 173-174.

1. Domínguez, J. & Regos, A. (2010). Cambios a medio plazo en la comunidad de aves de un área montana del noroeste ibérico. Volumen de abstracts del XX Congreso Español de Ornitología; Tremp (Lleida)-Noviembre 2010.

Reports

7. Regos A, Doimínguez, J. Servizo para o Seguimento do impacto dos incendios forestais nas aves nidificantes no Parque Natural da Baixa Limia e Serra do Xurés. Informe final USC • Xunta de Galicia • Septembro 2021, 18 pp.

6. Amigo, J; Carballal, R; Ortiz, S; Rodriguez, JJ; Romero, MI; Serrano, M; Regos, A; Ponce; S; Rubinos, M; Saa, A. Documento técnico de base do plan integral de recuperación e conservación de distintas espécies acuáticas de flora vascular ameazadas en Galicia. Informe final USC • Xunta de Galicia • Decembro 2020, 180 pp.

5. Lomba, Â; Carneiro, D; Vicente, J; Regos, A; Honrado, J. Definição dos conteúdos escritos e gráficos de apoio às ações de sensibilização para a conservação da natureza e da biodiversidade. CIBIO/InBIO, 30 de Maio 2020.

4. Herrando, S; Brotons, Ll; Regos, A; Antón, M. Canvi climàtic i ocells a Catalunya. Report núm. 18 del Programa SOCC  Institut Català d’Ornitologia • Juny 2020 • pages 6-7.

3. Domínguez, J.; Lorenzo, M.; Vidal, M.; Regos, A. Plan de Recuperación de la población nidificante de Agachadiza común (Gallinago gallinazo L.) en Galicia. Xunta de Galicia. 2018.

2. Lanzas, M.; Hermoso, V.; Regos, A.; Bota, G.; Morán-Ordóñez, A.; Brotons, Ll. Estrategias de adaptación de la Red Natura 2000 frente al cambio climático. Memoria Proyecto Fundación Biodiversidad. Centre Tecnologic i Forestal de Catalunya, 2018. 

1. Anton, M.; Villero, D.; Regos, A.; Garcia, D.; Brotons, L.; Herrando,S.Desenvolupament i càlcul d’un indicador d’impacte de la connectivitat de les poblacions d’ocells a Catalunya en el context de canvi climàtic. Institut Català d’Ornitologia, 2015.

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