Rosa M. Chefaoui
Rosa M. Chefaoui
Research Assistant, Biogeographical Ecology and Evolution, CCMAR, Universidade do Algarve, Portugal
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Assessing the effects of pseudo-absences on predictive distribution model performance
RM Chefaoui, JM Lobo
Ecological modelling 210 (4), 478-486, 2008
2982008
Potential distribution modelling, niche characterization and conservation status assessment using GIS tools: a case study of Iberian Copris species
RM Chefaoui, J Hortal, JM Lobo
Biological Conservation 122 (2), 327-338, 2005
1962005
Assessing the conservation status of an Iberian moth using pseudo‐absences
RM Chefaoui, JM Lobo
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (8), 2507-2516, 2007
272007
Landscape metrics as indicators of coastal morphology: A multi-scale approach
RM Chefaoui
Ecological Indicators 45, 139-147, 2014
222014
Large-scale prediction of seagrass distribution integrating landscape metrics and environmental factors: the case of Cymodocea nodosa (Mediterranean–Atlantic)
RM Chefaoui, J Assis, CM Duarte, EA Serrão
Estuaries and Coasts 39 (1), 123-137, 2016
212016
Using ATLANTIS-Tierra 2.0 and GIS environmental information to predict the spatial distribution and habitat suitability of endemic species
J Hortal, PAV Borges, F Dinis, A Jiménez-Valverde, RM Chefaoui, ...
A list of the terrestrial fauna (Mollusca and Arthropoda) and flora …, 2005
192005
Effects of species’ traits and data characteristics on distribution models of threatened invertebrates
RM Chefaoui, JM Lobo, J Hortal
Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 34 (2), 229-247, 2011
162011
Dramatic loss of seagrass habitat under projected climate change in the Mediterranean Sea
RM Chefaoui, CM Duarte, EA Serrão
Global change biology 24 (10), 4919-4928, 2018
92018
Palaeoclimatic conditions in the Mediterranean explain genetic diversity of Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadows
RM Chefaoui, CM Duarte, EA Serrão
Scientific reports 7 (1), 2732, 2017
92017
Accounting for uncertainty in predictions of a marine species: integrating population genetics to verify past distributions
RM Chefaoui, EA Serrão
Ecological Modelling 359, 229-239, 2017
72017
Environmental drivers of distribution and reef development of the Mediterranean coral Cladocora caespitosa
RM Chefaoui, P Casado-Amezúa, J Templado
Coral Reefs, 1-15, 2017
52017
Predicted extinction of unique genetic diversity in marine forests of Cystoseira spp.
R Buonomo, RM Chefaoui, RB Lacida, AH Engelen, EA Serrão, L Airoldi
Marine environmental research 138, 119-128, 2018
42018
Evidence for rangewide panmixia despite multiple barriers to dispersal in a marine mussel
CR Lourenço, KR Nicastro, CD McQuaid, RM Chefaoui, J Assis, MZ Taleb, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 10279, 2017
22017
Niche conservatism and spread of seaweed invasive lineages with different residence time in the Mediterranean Sea
RM Chefaoui, E Varela-Álvarez
Biological Invasions, 1-13, 2017
22017
Environmental niche divergence among three dune shrub sister species with parapatric distributions
S Chozas, RM Chefaoui, O Correia, R Bonal, J Hortal
Annals of Botany, 2017
22017
thesis abstract: Applying species distribution modeling for the conservation of Iberian protected invertebrates
RM Chefaoui
Frontiers of Biogeography 3 (3), 2011
22011
Using niche models of indicator species to predict the distribution of xerophytic shrub dune communities
RM Chefaoui, S Chozas, O Correia, AMC Santos, J Hortal
Web Ecology 16 (1), 47-49, 2016
12016
Modelos predictivos aplicados a la conservación de invertebrados protegidos ibero-baleares
RM Chefaoui Díaz
12010
Abandonment of traditional saltworks facilitates degradation of halophytic plant communities and Carpobrotus edulis invasion
RM Chefaoui, S Chozas
Applied Vegetation Science, 2019
2019
Integrating reproductive phenology in ecological niche models changed the predicted future ranges of a marine invader
RM Chefaoui, A Serebryakova, AH Engelen, F Viard, EA Serrão
Diversity and Distributions, 2019
2019
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