Scientific outputs

The main goal of EUROWILDCAT is to produce collaborative science, which includes scientific papers in peer review journals but also participation in congresses and workshops where themes relevant to the project are discussed. Education is also an important element of the projects, especially for PhD and master science students.
Below, the first scientific publication is reported.

Last update: 27/07/2021

EUROWILDCAT PAPER SERIES

Paper no. 001: Bastianelli, M.L., Premier, J., Herrmann, M., Anile, S., Monterroso, P., Kuemmerle, T., Dormann, C.F., Streif, S., Jerosch, S., Götz, M., Simon, O., Moleón, M., Gil-Sánchez, J.M., Biró, Z., Dekker, J., Severon, A., Krannich, A., Hupe, K., Germain, E., Pontier, D., Janssen, R., Ferreras, P., Díaz-Ruiz, F., López-Martín, J.M., Urra, F., Bizzarri, L., Bertos-Martín, E., Dietz, M., Trinzen, M., Ballesteros-Duperón, E., Barea-Azcón, J.M., Sforzi, A., Poulle, M.-L., Heurich, M., 2021. Survival and cause-specific mortality of European wildcat (Felis silvestris) across Europe. Biological Conservation 261, 109239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109239