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Luís Reino

  • PhD
  • Post-doc fellowship
  • CIBIO/InBIO, University of Porto
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  • 550CitationsNumber of citations received by Luís's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Conservation BiologyHabitat fragmentationBiological InvasionsOrnithologyEcology

About

I am since 2010 a Post-doctoral researcher at the Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources (CIBIO), of the Univ. of Porto (Portugal), where I currently hold a FCT Post-doc grant. After completing my graduation (“Licenciatura”) at the Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA, Technical University of Lisbon) (1994-2000), I worked as a researcher and environmental consultant at the private company ERENA, SA (1999-2004). Thereafter, I got a FCT grant to complete my PhD in Forestry Sciences (2004-2010) at ISA. After completed my FCT grant I returned to ERENA (2008-2010) before I started my current position in CIBIO. My main research interests are in the area of biodiversity conservation in human-altered landscapes, particularly in agricultural and forest systems, with a special focus in global change issues mainly related with Mediterranean farmland landscapes, habitat fragmentation of farmland habitats, invasion ecology and statistical ecology. I have authored 40 publications in SCI journals, 1 more under review and another 5 in preparation.

Co-authors (96)

Publications (5)

  • Macroecological factors shape local-scale spatial patterns in agriculturalist settlements

    • Tao T
    • Abades S
    • Teng S
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  • Networks of global bird invasion altered by regional trade ban

    • Reino L
    • Figueira R
    • Beja P
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  • Regional Bans on Wild-Bird Trade Modify Invasion Risks at a Global Scale

    • Cardador L
    • Lattuada M
    • Strubbe D
    • et al.
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  • Worldwide distribution of non–native Amazon parrots and temporal trends of their global trade

    • Mori E
    • Grandi G
    • Menchetti M
    • et al.
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  • A model for range expansion of an introduced species: The common waxbill Estrilda astrild in Portugal

    • Silva T
    • Reino L
    • Borralho R
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Professional experience

Post-doc fellowship

CIBIO/InBIO, University of Porto

February 2010 - Present

PhD student

Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior de Agronomia

March 2004 - January 2010(6 years)

Education history

PhD

Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior de Agronomia

March 2004 - January 2010(6 years)

Master

Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior de Agronomia

September 2002 - September 2005(3 years)

Graduation (Licenciate)

Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior de Agronomia

September 1994 - June 2000(6 years)