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Joana G. Calado
Joana G. Calado
MARE - Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre
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Seasonal and annual differences in the foraging ecology of two gull species breeding in sympatry and their use of fishery discards
JG Calado, DM Matos, JA Ramos, F Moniz, FR Ceia, JP Granadeiro, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 49 (1), 2018
492018
How fishing intensity affects the spatial and trophic ecology of two gull species breeding in sympatry
DM Matos, JA Ramos, JG Calado, FR Ceia, J Hey, VH Paiva
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (6), 1949-1964, 2018
472018
Foraging strategies of a generalist seabird species, the yellow-legged gull, from GPS tracking and stable isotope analyses
RF Mendes, JA Ramos, VH Paiva, JG Calado, DM Matos, FR Ceia
Marine Biology 165, 1-14, 2018
472018
Ingestion of anthropogenic materials by yellow-legged gulls (Larus michahellis) in natural, urban, and landfill sites along Portugal in relation to diet composition
CS Lopes, VH Paiva, PT Vaz, J Pais de Faria, JG Calado, JM Pereira, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28, 19046-19063, 2021
292021
Seabird-fishery interactions and bycatch at multiple gears in the Atlantic Iberian coast
JG Calado, JA Ramos, A Almeida, N Oliveira, VH Paiva
Ocean & Coastal Management 200, 105306, 2021
242021
The importance of marine resources in the diet of urban gulls
JP de Faria, PT Vaz, CS Lopes, JG Calado, JM Pereira, SN Veríssimo, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 660, 189-201, 2021
182021
Influence of fisheries on the spatio-temporal feeding ecology of gulls along the western Iberian coast
JG Calado, SN Verissimo, VH Paiva, R Ramos, PT Vaz, D Matos, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 661, 187-201, 2021
122021
Correction to: Anthropogenic food resources, sardine decline and environmental conditions have triggered a dietary shift of an opportunistic seabird over the last 30 years on …
JG Calado, VH Paiva, JA Ramos, A Velando, I Munilla
Regional Environmental Change 20 (2), 1-2, 2020
11*2020
Stable isotopes reveal year-round sexual trophic segregation in four yellow-legged gull colonies
JG Calado, VH Paiva, FR Ceia, P Gomes, JA Ramos, A Velando
Marine Biology 167, 1-11, 2020
112020
Anthropogenic food resources, sardine decline and environmental conditions have triggered a dietary shift of an opportunistic seabird over the last 30 years on the northwest …
JG Calado, VH Paiva, JA Ramos, A Velando, I Munilla
Regional Environmental Change 20, 1-13, 2020
112020
Assessment of environmental health based on a complementary approach using metal quantification, oxidative stress and trophic ecology of two gull species (Larus michahellis …
MI Laranjeiro, LMF Alves, JM Silva, JG Calado, AC Norte, VH Paiva, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 159, 111439, 2020
82020
Seabird and Fisheries Interactions
N Oliveira, JA Ramos, JG Calado, JM Arcos
Volume 1: Seabird Biodiversity and Human Activities, 77-89, 2022
32022
The importance of marine resources in the diet of urban gulls (vol 660, pg 189, 2021)
JP de Faria, PT Vaz, CS Lopes, JG Calado, JM Pereira, SN Verissimo, ...
MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES 663, 237-238, 2021
2021
CORRIGENDUM: The importance of marine resources in the diet of urban gulls
J Pais de Faria, PT Vaz, CS Lopes, JG Calado, JM Pereira, SN Veríssimo, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 663, 237-238, 2021
2021
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