Constantino González Salazar
Constantino González Salazar
Instituto de Ciencias de la Atmósfera y Cambio Climático, UNAM
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Climate change and risk of leishmaniasis in North America: predictions from ecological niche models of vector and reservoir species
C González, O Wang, SE Strutz, C González-Salazar, V Sánchez-Cordero, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 4 (1), e585, 2010
A hierarchical classification of trophic guilds for North American birds and mammals
C González-Salazar, E Martínez-Meyer, G López-Santiago
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 85 (3), 931-941, 2014
Modeled climate change effects on distributions of Canadian butterfly species
AT Peterson, E Martínez-Meyer, C González-Salazar, PW Hall
Canadian journal of zoology 82 (6), 851-858, 2004
Reconstructing the Pleistocene geography of the Aphelocoma jays (Corvidae)
AT Peterson, E Martínez‐Meyer, C González‐Salazar
Diversity and Distributions 10 (4), 237-246, 2004
Using biotic interaction networks for prediction in biodiversity and emerging diseases
CR Stephens, JG Heau, C González, CN Ibarra-Cerdeña, ...
PLoS One 4 (5), e5725, 2009
Akaike information criterion should not be a “test” of geographical prediction accuracy in ecological niche modelling
JA Velasco, C González-Salazar
Ecological Informatics 51, 25-32, 2019
Comparing the relative contributions of biotic and abiotic factors as mediators of species’ distributions
C González-Salazar, CR Stephens, PA Marquet
Ecological Modelling 248, 57-70, 2013
Leishmania (L.) mexicana Infected Bats in Mexico: Novel Potential Reservoirs
M Berzunza-Cruz, Á Rodríguez-Moreno, G Gutiérrez-Granados, ...
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9 (1), e0003438, 2015
Environmental and social factors account for Mexican maize richness and distribution: A data mining approach
C Ureta, C González-Salazar, EJ González, ER Álvarez-Buylla, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 179, 25-34, 2013
Human impact gradient on mammalian biodiversity
M Munguía, I Trejo, C González-Salazar, O Pérez-Maqueo
Global Ecology and Conservation 6, 79–92, 2016
Coat colour adaptation of post-glacial horses to increasing forest vegetation
E Sandoval-Castellanos, S Wutke, C Gonzalez-Salazar, A Ludwig
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1816-1819, 2017
Can you judge a disease host by the company it keeps? Predicting disease hosts and their relative importance: a case study for Leishmaniasis
CR Stephens, C González-Salazar, V Sánchez-Cordero, I Becker, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 10 (10), e0005004, 2016
Conservation Assessment of Guaiacum sanctum and Guaiacum coulteri: Historic Distribution and Future Trends in Mexico
L López‐Toledo, C Gonzalez‐Salazar, DFRP Burslem, ...
Biotropica 43 (2), 246-255, 2011
Understanding transmissibility patterns of Chagas disease through complex vector–host networks
L Rengifo-Correa, CR Stephens, JJ Morrone, JL Téllez-Rendón, ...
Parasitology 144 (6), 760-772, 2017
Constructing ecological networks: a tool to infer risk of transmission and dispersal of leishmaniasis
C González‐Salazar, CR Stephens
Zoonoses and Public Health 59, 179-193, 2012
Aplicando modelos de nicho ecológico para predecir áreas potenciales de hibridación entre Crocodylus acutus y C. moreletii
AH Escobedo-Galván, C González-Salazar
Revista Quehacer Científico en Chiapas 1 (11), 27-35, 2011
Predicting the potential role of non-human hosts in Zika virus maintenance
C González-Salazar, CR Stephens, V Sánchez-Cordero
EcoHealth 14, 171-177, 2017
SPECIES: A platform for the exploration of ecological data
CR Stephens, R Sierra‐Alcocer, C González‐Salazar, JM Barrios, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 1638-1653, 2019
Will all species with temperature‐dependent sex determination respond the same way to climate change? A reply to Kallimanis (2010)
AH Escobedo‐Galván, C González‐Salazar, S López‐Alcaide, ...
Oikos 120 (5), 795-799, 2011
Bayesian inference of ecological interactions from spatial data
CR Stephens, V Sánchez-Cordero, C González Salazar
Entropy 19 (12), 547, 2017
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