Publications

Peer- reviewed journal articles- google scholar link

Firn, J., Maggini, R., Chadès, I., Nicol, S., Walters, B., Reeson, A., Martin, T. G., Possingham, H. P., Pichancourt, J.-B., Ponce-Reyes, R. and Carwardine, J. (2015), Priority threat management of invasive animals to protect biodiversity: Lake Eyre Basin. Global Change Biology, 21, 3917-3930 [DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13034]

Cerritos Flores, R., Ponce-Reyes, R., Rojas-Garcia, F. (2014) Exploiting pest insects species for human consumption: ecological, social and economical repercussions. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed. 1, 75-84 [doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3920/JIFF2014.0013%5D

Ponce-Reyes, R., Clegg, S., Carvahlo, S., McDonald-Madden, E., Possingham, H. (2014) Geographic surrogates of genetic variation for selecting islands for conservation. Diversity and Distributions. 20, 640-651

Ponce-Reyes, R., Nicholson, E., Baxter, P., Fuller, R., Possingham, H. (2013) Extinction risk in cloud forest fragments under climate change and habitat loss. Diversity and Distributions. Special IssueRisks, Decisions and Biological Conservation. 19, 518–529

Ponce-Reyes, R., Reynoso-Rosales, V.-H., Watson, J. E. M., VanDerWal, J., Fuller, R. A., Pressey, R. L., Possingham, H., (2012). Vulnerability of cloud forest reserves in Mexico to climate change. Nature Climate Change.2. 448-452 [doi: 10.1038/nclimate1453].

McDonald-Madden,E.,  Gordon, A.,  Wintle, B.,  Grantham, H.,  Walker, S.,  Carvalho, S.,  Bottrill, M.,  Joseph, L., Ponce-Reyes, R., Stewart, R.,  Ward, D.,  Possingham, H. (2009). Reporting on ‘true’ conservation progress’. Science. 323. 43-44

Reports

Firn, J., Maggini, R., Chadès, I., Nicol, S., Walters, B., Reeson, A., Martin, T. G., Possingham, H. P., Pichancourt, J.-B., Ponce-Reyes, R. and Carwardine, J. (in Press), Priority threat management of invasive animals to protect biodiversity: Lake Eyre Basin. CSIRO website with PDFs

Ayebare, S., Ponce-Reyes, R., Segan, D.B., Watson, J.E.M., Possingham, H.P., Seimon, A.,  and Plumptre, A.J. (2013) Identifying climate resilient corridors for conservation in the Albertine Rift. Unpublished Report by the Wildlife Conservation Society to MacArthur Foundation.

Reynoso, V. H., Ponce-Reyes, R. & Gonzalez, G. (2004) GARP analysis and conservation of Ctenosaura. In: Iguana Specialist Group Newsletter. 7. IUCN

Theses

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2012) Conservation in naturally fragmented landscapes: the Mexican cloud forest and Vanuatu archipelago. PhD Thesis. University of Queensland. Brisbane, Australia.

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2004) Distribucion potencial de lagartijas del genero Abronia (Squamata: Anguidae) en Mexico y su conservacion en Areas Naturales Protegidas. Tesis de Licenciatura. Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM, Mexico.

Non-peer reviewed articles

Firn, J., Maggini, R., Chadès, I., Nicol, S., Walters, B., Reeson, A., Martin, T. G., Possingham, H. P., Pichancourt, J.-B., Ponce-Reyes, R. and Carwardine, J. (2015) Protecting Australia’s Lake Eyre basin means getting our priorities right. The Conversation

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2015) Sobreviviendo en un bosque de niebla que se está encogiendo. Decision Point #E01

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2014) Genes and geography: In search of surrogates for genetic variation. Decision Point #84: 10-11

Ponce-Reyes, R., Firn,J., Martin, T., Maron, M., Whitten, S., Carwardine, J. (2014) Mapping biodiversity priorities in the Brigalow . Decision Point #82. p 10

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2013) Staying alive in a shrinking cloud forest: The story of the bird, the frog and the mouse. Decision Point #72: 6-7 (http://www.decision-oint.com.au/images/DPoint_files/DPoint_72/dpoint_72.pdf)

Ponce-Reyes, R. (2012) Head in the clouds: reserves won’t save Mexico’s forest (http://theconversation.edu.au/head-in-the-clouds-reserves-wont-save-mexicos-forest-6091)

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