Jean Paul Metzger
Jean Paul Metzger
Full Professor, Landscape Ecology and Conservation, University of São Paulo
E-mail confirmado em ib.usp.br
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The Brazilian Atlantic Forest: How much is left, and how is the remaining forest distributed? Implications for conservation
MC Ribeiro, JP Metzger, AC Martensen, FJ Ponzoni, MM Hirota
Biological conservation 142 (6), 1141-1153, 2009
35112009
The IPBES Conceptual Framework—connecting nature and people
S Díaz, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
13712015
The structural connectivity threshold: an hypothesis in conservation biology at the landscape scale
JP Metzger, H Décamps
Acta Oecologica 18 (1), 1-12, 1997
8761997
The role of forest structure, fragment size and corridors in maintaining small mammal abundance and diversity in an Atlantic forest landscape
R Pardini, SM de Souza, R Braga-Neto, JP Metzger
Biological conservation 124 (2), 253-266, 2005
5082005
Beyond the fragmentation threshold hypothesis: regime shifts in biodiversity across fragmented landscapes
R Pardini, A de Arruda Bueno, TA Gardner, PI Prado, JP Metzger
PloS one 5 (10), e13666, 2010
5052010
Prospects for biodiversity conservation in the Atlantic Forest: lessons from aging human-modified landscapes
M Tabarelli, AV Aguiar, MC Ribeiro, JP Metzger, CA Peres
Biological Conservation 143 (10), 2328-2340, 2010
4492010
Time-lag in biological responses to landscape changes in a highly dynamic Atlantic forest region
JP Metzger, AC Martensen, M Dixo, LC Bernacci, MC Ribeiro, ...
Biological conservation 142 (6), 1166-1177, 2009
4272009
Effects of structural and functional connectivity and patch size on the abundance of seven Atlantic Forest bird species
A Uezu, JP Metzger, JME Vielliard
Biological conservation 123 (4), 507-519, 2005
4002005
Habitat fragmentation reduces genetic diversity and connectivity among toad populations in the Brazilian Atlantic Coastal Forest
M Dixo, JP Metzger, JS Morgante, KR Zamudio
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1560-1569, 2009
3542009
Estrutura da paisagem e fragmentação: análise bibliográfica
JP METZGER
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 71 (3), 445-463, 1999
3091999
Using ecological thresholds to evaluate the costs and benefits of set-asides in a biodiversity hotspot
C Banks-Leite, R Pardini, LR Tambosi, WD Pearse, AA Bueno, ...
Science 345 (6200), 1041-1045, 2014
3082014
Experiences from the B razilian A tlantic F orest: ecological findings and conservation initiatives
CA Joly, JP Metzger, M Tabarelli
New Phytologist 204 (3), 459-473, 2014
3042014
O Código Florestal tem base científica
JP Metzger
Natureza & Conservação 8 (1), 1-5, 2010
3032010
Relative effects of fragment size and connectivity on bird community in the Atlantic Rain Forest: implications for conservation
AC Martensen, RG Pimentel, JP Metzger
Biological Conservation 141 (9), 2184-2192, 2008
2822008
Influence of matrix habitats on the occurrence of insectivorous bird species in Amazonian forest fragments
M Antongiovanni, JP Metzger
Biological Conservation 122 (3), 441-451, 2005
2772005
Beyond the fragmentation debate: a conceptual model to predict when habitat configuration really matters
MA Villard, JP Metzger
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (2), 309-318, 2014
2762014
An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
JWF Slik, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, SI Aiba, P Alvarez-Loayza, LF Alves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7472-7477, 2015
2642015
A regeneração florestal em áreas de floresta secundária na Reserva Florestal do Morro Grande, Cotia, SP
LF Alves, JP Metzger
Biota Neotropica 6 (2), 0-0, 2006
263*2006
Tree functional group richness and landscape structure in a Brazilian tropical fragmented landscape
JP Metzger
Ecological applications 10 (4), 1147-1161, 2000
2562000
The Brazilian Atlantic Forest: a shrinking biodiversity hotspot
MC Ribeiro, AC Martensen, JP Metzger, M Tabarelli, F Scarano, MJ Fortin
Biodiversity hotspots, 405-434, 2011
2382011
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