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Enrique Martínez-Meyer

  • Researcher
  • Instituto de Biologia, UNAM
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Publications (20)

  • Climatic niche attributes and diversification in Anolis lizards

    • Velasco J
    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • Flores-Villela O
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  • Wild Felid Range Shift Due to Climatic Constraints in the Americas: a Bottleneck Explanation for Extinct Felids?

    • Arias-Alzate A
    • González-Maya J
    • Arroyo-Cabrales J
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  • Environmental and anthropogenic factors affecting the probability of occurrence of Oncomegas wageneri (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) in the southern Gulf of Mexico

    • Vidal-Martínez V
    • Torres-Irineo E
    • Romero D
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  • Using range-wide abundance modeling to identify key conservation areas for the micro-endemic Bolson tortoise (Gopherus flavomarginatus)

    • Ureña-Aranda C
    • Rojas-Soto O
    • Martínez-Meyer E
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  • A hierarchical classification of trophic guilds for North American birds and mammals

    • González-Salazar C
    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • López-Santiago G
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  • An update of high-resolution monthly climate surfaces for Mexico

    • Cuervo-Robayo A
    • Téllez-Valdés O
    • Gómez-Albores M
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  • First record of the ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) in Lagunas de Zempoala National Park, State of Mexico and Morelos, Mexico | Primer registro de ocelote (Leopardus pardalis) en el Parque Nacional Lagunas de Zempoala, Estado de México y Morelos, México

    • Aranda M
    • Botello F
    • Martínez-Meyer E
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  • Lung Cancer Mortality and Radon Concentration in a Chronically Exposed Neighborhood in Chihuahua, Mexico: A Geospatial Analysis

    • Hinojosa De La Garza O
    • Sanín L
    • Montero Cabrera M
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  • Predicting species' abundances from occurrence data: Effects of sample size and bias

    • Yañez-Arenas C
    • Guevara R
    • Martínez-Meyer E
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  • Selection of environmental predictors for species distribution modeling in Maxent | Selección de predictores ambientales para el modelado de la distribución de especies en Maxent

    • Cruz-Cárdenas G
    • Villaseñor J
    • López-Mata L
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  • The use of ecological niche modeling to infer potential risk areas of snakebite in the Mexican State of Veracruz

    • Yañez-Arenas C
    • Peterson A
    • Mokondoko P
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  • Ecological niche structure and rangewide abundance patterns of species

    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • Díaz-Porras D
    • Peterson A
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  • Environmental and social factors account for Mexican maize richness and distribution: A data mining approach

    • Ureta C
    • González-Salazar C
    • González E
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  • To converge or not to converge in environmental space: Testing for similar environments between analogous succulent plants of North America and Africa

    • Alvarado-Cárdenas L
    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • Feria T
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  • Inferences from the Historical Distribution of Wild and Domesticated Maize Provide Ecological and Evolutionary Insight

    • Hufford M
    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • Gaut B
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  • Projecting the effects of climate change on the distribution of maize races and their wild relatives in Mexico

    • Ureta C
    • Martínez-Meyer E
    • Perales H
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  • Current knowledge of Leishmania vectors in Mexico: How geographic distributions of species relate to transmission areas

    • González C
    • Rebollar-Téllez E
    • Ibáñez-Bernal S
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  • Local knowledge and species distribution models' contribution towards mammalian conservation

    • López-Arévalo H
    • Gallina S
    • Landgrave R
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  • Time-series classification of high-temporal resolution AVHRR NDVI imagery of Mexico

    • Egbert S
    • Ortega-Huerta M
    • Martinez-Meyer E
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  • Field immobilization of pygmy spotted skunks from Mexico

    • López González C
    • González-Romero A
    • Laundré J
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