Artículos en Inglés

Ramírez-Pulido, J., G. Ceballos y S.L. Williams. 1980. A noteworthy record of the long-legged Myotis [Myotis volans] from Central MexicoThe Southwestern Naturalist, , 25:124.

Ceballos, G. y C. Galindo. 1983. Glaucomys volans goldmani [Rodentia: Sciuridae] in Central Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 28:375-376.

Ceballos, G. y D.E. Wilson. 1985. Cynomys mexicanus. Mammalian Species, 248:1-3.

Ceballos, G. y A. Miranda. 1985. Notes on the biology of Mexican flying squirrels [Glaucomys volans] [Rodentia: Sciuridae]. The Southwestern Naturalist, 30:454-455.

Ceballos, G. y R. Medellín. 1988. Diclidurus albus. Mammalian Species, 316:1-4.

Ceballos, G. 1989. Diversity and conservation status of mustelids in Mexico. Mustelid and Viverrid Conservation, 1:8.

Hasson, O., R. Hibbard y G. Ceballos. 1989. The pursuit-deterrent behaviour of the zebra-tailed lizard [Callisaurus draconoides]. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 1203-1209.

Ceballos, G. 1990. Comparative natural history of small mammals from tropical forests in western Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 71:263-266.

Miller, B. y G. Ceballos. 1993. Managing conflict and biotic diversity in the prairie dog ecosystem. Endangered Species Update, 11:1-4.

Ceballos, G., E. Mellink y L. Hanebury. 1993. Distribution and conservation status of prairie dogs Cynomys mexicanus and C. ludovicianus in Mexico. Biological Conservation, 63:105-112. 

Ceballos, G. 1993. Commentary. Natural Resources Journal, 33:371-373.

Miller, B., G. Ceballos y R. Reading. 1994. The prairie dog and biotic diversity. Conservation Biology, 8:677-681.

Best, T. y G. Ceballos. 1995. Spermophilus perotensis. Mammalian Species, 507:1-3.

Ceballos, G. y J.H. Brown. 1995. Global patterns of mammalian diversity, endemism, and endangerment. Conservation Biology, 9:559-568.

Ceballos, G. y A. García. 1995. Conserving Neotropical biodiversity: the role of dry forests in Western Mexico. Conservation Biology, 9:1349-1353.

Ceballos, G. 1995. Editorial: Biodiversidad y conservación en el Neotrópico. Mastozoología Neotropical, 2:3-4.

García, A. y G. Ceballos. 1995. Reproduction and breeding success of California Least terns in Jalisco, Mexico. Condor, 97:1084-1087. 

González-Rebeles, C., N. Parker, V. Burke, M. Jennings y G. Ceballos. 1997. First international GAP Analysis project. GAP Analysis Bulletin, 6:33-34.

Ceballos, G., T.H. Fleming, C. Chávez y J. Nassar. 1997. Population dynamics of Leptonycteris curasoae [Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae] in Jalisco, Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 78:1220-1230.

Valdéz, M. y G. Ceballos. 1997. Conservation of endemic mammals of Mexico: the Perote ground squirrel [Spermophilus perotensis]. Journal of Mammalogy, 78:74-82. 

Bazzaz, F., G. Ceballos, M. Davis, R. Dirzo, P.R. Ehrlich, et al. 1998. Ecological science and the human predicament. Science, 282:879.

Ceballos, G., P. Rodríguez y R. Medellín. 1998. Assessing conservation priorities in megadiverse Mexico: mammalian diversity, endemicity, and endangerment. Ecological Applications, 8:8-17. 

Gonzalez-Rebeles, C., V.J. Burke, M.D. Jennings, G. Ceballos y N.C. Parker. 1998. Transnational GAP analysis of the Rio Bravo/Rio Grande region. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing Journal, 64:1115-1118. 

Medellín R., G. Ceballos y H. Zarza. 1998. Spilogale pygmaea. Mammalian Species, 600:1-3.

Vázquez-Domínguez, E., D. Piñero y G. Ceballos. 1998. Heterozygosity patterning and its relation to fitness components in experimental populations of Liomys pictus from tropical forests in Western Mexico. Journal of the Linnean Society, 65:501-514.

Medellín, R., F. Colchero, C. Manterola, F. Ramírez y G. Ceballos. 1999. The Tiburon island bighorn sheep program: an example of binational, interinstitutional cooperation and sustainable development in a Mexican Indian and protected area. Wild Sheep, Spring: 71-72.

Ceballos, G., J. Pacheco y R. List. 1999. Influence of prairie dogs [Cynomys ludovicianus] on habitat heterogeneity and mammalian diversity in Mexico. Journal of Arid Environments, 41: 161-172. 

Vázquez-Domínguez, E., D. Piñero y G. Ceballos. 1999. Linking heterozygosity, demography, and fitness of tropical populations of Liomys pictus. Journal of Mammalogy, 80: 810-822.

Miller, B., R. Reading, J. Hoogland, T. Clark, G. Ceballos, R. List, S. Forrest, L.  Hanebury, P. Manzano y J. Pacheco, D. Uresk. 2000. The role of prairie dogs a keystone species: a response to Stapp. Conservation Biology, 14:318-321. 

Valenzuela, D. y G. Ceballos. 2000. Habitat selection, home range, and activity of the white-nosed coati, Nasua narica, in a Mexican tropical dry forest. Journal of Mammalogy, 81:810-819.

Suzán, G., G. Ceballos, J. Mills, T.G. Ksiazek y T.L. Yates. 2001. Serologic evidence of hantavirus infection in sigmodontine rodents in Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 37:391-393. 

Mantooth, S.J., M.L. Milazzo, R.D. Bradley, C.L. Hice, G. Ceballos, R.B. Tesch y C.F. Fulhorst. 2001. Geographical distribution of rodent-associated hantavirus in Texas. Journal of Vector Ecology, 26:7-14.

List, R., G. Ceballos y J. Pacheco. 1999. Status of the North American porcupine [Erethizon dorsatum] in Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 44:400-404. 

Manzano, P., R. List y G. Ceballos. 1999. Grassland birds in prairie dog towns in Northwestern Chihuahua, Mexico. Studies in Avian Biology, 19:263-271. 

Valenzuela, D. y G. Ceballos, A. García. 2000. Mange epizootic in white-nosed coatis in western Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 36:56-63. 

Ceballos, G. y P.R. Ehrlich. 2002. Mammal population losses and the extinction crisis. Science, 296: 904-907.

Ceballos, G., J. Arroyo-Cabrales y R.A. Medellín. 2002. The mammals of México: composition, distribution, and status. Occasional Papers, Texas Tech University, 218:1-27.

Ceballos, G., H. Zarza y M. Steele. 2002. Xenomys nelsoni. Mammalian Species, 704:1-3.

Mellink, E., G. Ceballos y J. Luevano. 2002. Population demise and extinction threat of the Angel de la Guarda deer mouse (Peromyscus guardia). Biological Conservation, 108:107-111.

García, A., G. Ceballos y R. Adaya. 2003. Intensive beach management as an improved sea turtle conservation strategy in Mexico. Biological Conservation, 111:253-261.

Daily, G., G. Ceballos y J. Pacheco, G. Suzán, A. López. 2003. Countryside Biogeography of Neotropical Mammals: Conservation Opportunities in Agricultural Landscapes of Costa Rica. Conservation Biology, 17:1-11

Zarza, H. y G. Ceballos, M. Steele. 2003. Marmosa canescens. Mammalian Species, 725:1-3.

Ceballos, G. 2004. Ecological research and conservation policy in México. Society for Conservation Biology Newsletter, 11:13-14

Felger, R.S., W.J. Nichols, J.A. Seminoff, J.L. Cartron, G. Ceballos, y R. Felger. 2004. Sea turtles in northwest Mexico: conservation, ethnobiology, and desperation. Sonoran Herpetologists, 17:26-27.

Bradley, R.D., F. Mendez-Harclerode, M. J. Hamilton y G. Ceballos. 2004. A new species of Reithrodontomys from Guerrero, Mexico. Occasional Papers, Texas Tech University, 231:1-12.

Pacheco, J., G. Ceballos, G. Daily, P. R. Ehrlich, G. Suzán, B. Rodríguez-Herrera y E. Marcé. 2004. Diversidad, historia natural y conservación de los mamíferos de la región de San Vito de Coto Brus, Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical, 54:219-240.

Ceballos, G. P.R. Ehrlich, J. Soberón, I. Salazar y J.P. Fay. 2005. Global mammal conservation: what must we manage? Science, 309:603-607.

Maass, J.P., P. Balvanera, […], G. Ceballos, L. Barraza, R. Ayala y J. Sarukhán. 2005. Ecosystem Services of Tropical Dry Forests:  Insights from Long-term Ecological and Social Research on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Ecology and Society, 10:17.

Suzán, G. y G. Ceballos. 2005. The role of feral mammals on wildlife infectious disease prevalence in two natural reserves within Mexico City limits. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Management, 36:479-484.

Vázquez-Domínguez, E., G. Ceballos, y J. Cruzado. 2004. Extirpation of an insular subspecies by a single introduced cat: the case of the endemic deer mouse Peromyscus guardia on Estanque Island, Mexico. Oryx, 38:347-350.

Ceballos, G. y P.R. Ehrlich. 2006. Global mammal distributions, biodiversity hotspots and conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [US], 103:19374-19379.

Manzano-Fischer, P., R. List, G. Ceballos y J.L.E. Cartron. 2006. Avian diversity in a priority area for the conservation of North American grasslands: the Janos - Casas Grandes Prairie Dog Complex in northwestern Mexico. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15:3801-3825.

Peltz, K., E. Ponce-Guevara, R. Sierra-Corona, R. List y G. Ceballos. 2006. Recent records of desert bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis mexicana) in eastern Sonora and Northwestern Chihuahua, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 51:450-454.

Ceballos, G. 2007. Conservation Priorities for mammals in Megadiverse Mexico: The efficiency of reserve Networks. Ecological Applications, 17: 569-578.

List, R., G. Ceballos, C. Curtin, P.J.P. Gogan, J. Pacheco y J. Truett. 2007. Historic distribution and challenges to bison recovery in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Conservation Biology, 21:1487-1494.

Carwardine, J., K. A. Wilson, G. Ceballos, P. R. Ehrlich, R. Naidoo, T. Iwamura, S. Hajkowicz y H.P. Possingham. 2008. Cost-effective priorities for global mammal conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105:11446-11450.

Santos-Barrera, G., J. Pacheco, […], P.R. Ehrlich y G. Ceballos. 2008. Diversity, natural history and conservation of amphibians and reptiles from the San Vito Region, southwestern Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical, 56:755-778.

Suzán, G., A. Armién, J.N. Mills, E. Marcé, G. Ceballos, et al. 2008. Epidemiological considerations of rodent community composition in fragmented landscapes in Panama. Journal of Mammalogy, 89: 684-690.

Suzán, G., E. Marcé, J.T. Giermakowski, B. Armién, J. Pascale, J. Mills, G. Ceballos, et al. 2008. The effect of habitat fragmentation and species diversity of hantavirus prevalence in Panama. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1149:80-83.

Ceballos, G., M.M. Vale, C. Bonacic, J. Calvo, R. List, N. Bynum, R.A. Medellín, J.A. Simonetti, y J.P. Rodríguez. 2009. Conservation Challenges for the Austral and Neotropical America Section. Conservation Biology, 23:811-817.

Ceballos, G. y P.R. Ehrlich. 2009. Discoveries of new mammal species and their implications for conservation and ecosystem services. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 06:3841-3846.

Chávez, C. y G. Ceballos. 2009. Implications for conservation of the species diversity and population dynamics of small mammals in an isolated reserve in Mexico City. The Journal of Natural Areas, 27:29-40.

Davidson, A. D., M. J. Hamilton, A. G. Boyer, J. H. Brown y G. Ceballos. 2009. Multiple ecological pathways to extinction in mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106:10702 -10705.

Jetz, W., H. Kreft, G. Ceballos y J. Mutke. 2009. Global associations between terrestrial producer and vertebrate consumer diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276:269-278.

Melo, F.P.L., B. Rodríguez-Herrera, R, L. Chazdon, R.A. Medellín y G. Ceballos. 2009. Small tent-roosting bats promote dispersal of large-seeded plants in a Neotropical forest. Biotropica, 41:737-743.

Sutherland, W., W.M. Adams, R.B. Aronson, R. Aveling, T.M. Blackburn, S. Broad, G. Ceballos, et al. 2009. One hundred questions of importance to the conservation of biological diversity. Conservation Biology, 23: 557-567.

Suzán, G., E. Marcé, J.T. Giermakowski, J.N. Mills, G. Ceballos, R.S. Ostfeld, B. Armién, J.M. Pascale y T.L. Yates. 2009. Experimental Evidence for Reduced Rodent Diversity Causing Increased Hantavirus Prevalence. PLoS ONE, 4:e5461.

Brashear, W.A., R.C. Dowler y G. Ceballos. 2010. Climbing as an escape behavior in the American hog-nosed skunk, Conepatus leuconotus. Western North American Naturalist, 70:258-260

Ceballos, G., J. Arroyo-Cabrales y E. Ponce. 2010. Effects of Pleistocene environmental changes on the distribution and community structure of the mammalian fauna of Mexico. Quartenary Research, 73:464-473.

Ceballos, G., A. Davidson, R. List, J. Pacheco, P. Manzano-Fischer y G. Santos. 2010. Rapid decline of a grassland system and its large scale ecological and conservation implications. PLoS ONE, 5:e8562.

Ceballos, G., P. Manzano, et al. 2010. Geographic distribution, genetic diversity, and conservation status of the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in Mexico. Occasional Papers of the Museum, Texas Tech University, 299:1-15.

Ceballos, G., S. Pompa, E. Espinoza y A. García. 2010. Extralimital distribution of Galapagos (Zalophus wollebaeki) and Northern (Eumetopias jubatus) Sea Lions in Mexico. Aquatic Mammals, 36:188-194

Ceballos, G., A. García y P.R. Ehrlich. 2010. The Sixth Extinction Crisis Loss of Animal Populations and Species. Journal of Cosmology, 8:1821-1831.

Conde, D., F. Colchero, H. Zarza, N. Christensen, J. Sexton, C. Manterola, C. Chávez, A. Rivera, D. Azuara y G. Ceballos. 2010. Sex matters: Modeling male and female habitat differences for jaguar conservation. Biological Conservation, 143:1980-1988.

Davidson, A.D., E. Ponce, D.C. Lightfoot, […] and G. Ceballos. 2010. Rapid response of a grassland ecosystem to an experimental manipulation of a keystone rodent and domestic livestock. Ecology, 91:3189-3200.

García, A., M. Valtierra, A. Cuarón y G. Ceballos. 2010. Tendencias poblaciones de Crocodylus acutus en condiciones de protección en la Reserva de la Biosfera Chamela-Cuixmala, Jalisco, México. Revista Latinoamericana de Conservación, 1:52-62.

List, R., J. Pacheco, E. Ponce, R. Sierra-Corona y G. Ceballos. 2010. The Janos Biosphere Reserve, Northern Mexico. International Journal of Wilderness, 16:35-41

List, R., O.R.W. Pergmans, J. Pacheco, J. Cruzado y G. Ceballos. 2010. Genetic divergence on Microtus pennsylvanicus chihuahuensis and conservation implications of marginal population extinctions. Journal of Mammalogy, 91:1093-1101.

Melo, F.P.L., E. Martínez-Salas, J. Benítez-Malvido y G. Ceballos. 2010. Forest fragmentation reduces recruitment of large-seeded tree species in a semi-deciduous tropical forest of southern Mexico. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 26:35-46.

Montiel-Arteaga, A., R. Acosta, R., G. Ceballos y G. Suzán. 2010. Flea community and prevalence of Yersinia pestis in black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) from northwestern Mexico. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10:101.

Suzán, G., A. de Villa-Meza, C. Muñoz, R. Ávila-Flores, R. Acosta, E. Rivera, E. Rendon y G. Ceballos. 2010. Seasonal and spatial changes in flea communities of black-tailed prairie dogs of Northwestern Mexico. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10:102-103.

Colchero, F., D. A. Conde, C. Manterola, C. Chávez, A. Rivera y G. Ceballos. 2011. Jaguars on the move: modeling movement to mitigate fragmentation from road expansion in the Mayan Forest. Animal Conservation, 14:158-166

Giam, X., B.R. Scheffers, N.S. Sodhi, D.S. Wilcove, G. Ceballos y P.R. Ehrlich. 2011. Reservoirs of richness: least disturbed tropical forests are centres of undescribed species diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 279:67-76.

Pompa, S., P.R. Ehrlich y G. Ceballos. 2011. Global distribution and conservation of marine mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108:13600-13605.

Rodríguez-Herrera, B., G. Ceballos y R.A. Medellín. 2011. Ecological aspects of the tent building process by Ectophylla alba (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae). Acta Chiropterologica, 13:365-372.

Rodríguez-Soto, C., O. Monroy-Vilchis, […], G. Ceballos y A. Falcucci. 2011. Predicting potential distribution of the jaguar (Panthera onca) in Mexico: identification of priority areas for conservation. Diversity and Distribution, 17:350-361.

Soberón, J. y G. Ceballos. 2011. Species richness and range size of the terrestrial mammals of the World: Biological signal within mathematical constraints. PLoS ONE, 6:1-5

Avila-Flores, R., G. Ceballos, A. de Villa-Meza, et al. 2012. Factors associated to long-term changes distribution of black-tailed prairie dogs in northwestern Mexico. Biological Conservation. 145:54-61.

Davidson, A., A.G. Boyer, H. Kimd, S. Pompa-Mansilla, M.J. Hamilton, D.P. Costa, G. Ceballos y J. H. Brown. 2012. Drivers and hotspots of extinction risk in marine mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109:3395-3400.

Ochoa, A., J. Gasca, L. Eguiarte y G. Ceballos. 2012. Spatiotemporal population genetics of the endangered Perote ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus perotensis) in a fragmented landscape. Journal of Mammalogy, 93:1060-1074.

Pompa-Mansilla, S., P.R. Ehrlich y G. Ceballos. 2012. Reply to Wiersma and Nudds: Despite constraints, our approach still best available. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109: E289.

Schwartz, M.W., J.J. Hellmann, J.M. McLachlan, D.F. Sax, J.O. Borevitz, J. Brennan, A.E. Camacho, G. Ceballos, [...] y S, Zellmer. 2012. Managed Relocation: integrating the scientific, regulatory and ethical challenges. Bioscience, 62:732 -743. 

Agosta, S.J., J. Bernardo, G. Ceballos and M.A. Steele. 2013. A macrophysiological analysis of energetic constraints on geographic range size in mammals. PLoS ONE, 9:1-20.

Martínez-Estévez, L., P. Balvanera, E. Fredrickson, J. Pacheco y G. Ceballos. 2013. Prairie dog decline reduces the provision of ecosystem services and leads desertification of semiarid grasslands. PLoS ONE, 8:1-9.

Castellanos-Morales G., J. Gasca-Pineda, G. Ceballos y J. Ortega. 2014. Genetic variation in a peripheral and declining population of blacktailed prairie dogs [Cynomys ludovicianus] from Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy. 95:467-479

Dirzo, R., H. Young, M. Galetti, G. Ceballos, N.J.B. Isaac y B. Collen. 2014. Defaunation in the Anthropocene. Science, 345:401-406.

González-Maya, […], J. Pacheco y G. Ceballos. 2014. Distribution, range extension and conservation status of the endemic black-headed bushmaster [Lachesis melanocephala] in Costa Rica and Panama. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 9:369-377.

Melo, F.P., J.A. Siqueira, B.A. Santos, O. Álvares-da-Silva, G. Ceballos y E. Bernard. 2014. Football and biodiversity conservation: FIFA and Brazil can still hit a green goal. Biotropica 46:257-259.

Mendenhall, C.D., L.O. Frishkoff, G. Santos-Barrera, J. Pacheco, P.R. Ehrlich, G, Ceballos, G.C. Daily y R.M. Pringle. 2014. Countryside Biogeography of Neotropical Reptiles and Amphibians. Ecology, 95: 856–870.

Moreno-Torres, K., F. Gual-Sill, R. Morales-Jiménez, A.V. Rubio, G. Ceballos y G. Suzán. 2014. Serological Survey of Hantavirus in Rodents from Prairie Dog Ecosistems in Chihuahua, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 59:590-594.

Arana-Guardia, R., […], H. Zarza, G. Ceballos y C. Machain-Williams. 2015. Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) from wild mammals in fragmented environments in the South of Yucatán Peninsula, México. Southwestern Entomologist, 40: 657-660.

Ceballos, G., P.R. Ehrlich, A. Barnosky, A. García, R.M. Pringle y T.M. Palmer. 2015. Accelerated Modern Human Induced Species Losses: Entering the Sixth Mass Extinction. Science Advances. 1: e1400253.

González-Maya, J.F., L.R. Víquez-R., A. Arias-Alzate, J.L. Belant y G. Ceballos. 2015. Spatial patterns of species richness and functinal diversity in Costa Rican terrestrial mammals: implications for conservation. Diversity and Distributions, 22:43-56.

González-Maya, J., L. R. Víquez-R., J.L. Belantc y G. Ceballos. 2015. Effectiveness of protected areas for representing species and populations of terrestrial mammals in Costa Rica. PLoS ONE, 10:e0124480.

Montiel-Arteaga, A., D. Atilano, A. Ayanegui, G. Ceballos y G. Suzán. 2015. Risk factors associated with prevalence of antibodies to Leptospira interrogans in a metapopulation of black-tailed prairie dogs in Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 51:28-35.

Sierra-Corona, R., A. Davidson, E. Ponce, H. Luna-Soria and G. Ceballos. 2015. Black-tailed prairie dogs, cattle, and the conservation of North America’s arid grasslands. PLoS ONE, 10:e0118602.

Bradley R.D., N. Ordóñez-Garza, G. Ceballos, D.S. Rogers y D.J. Schmidly. 2016. A new species in the Peromyscus boylii species group (Cricetidae: Neotominae) from Michoacán, México. Journal of Mammalogy, 98:154-165.

Ceballos, G. 2016. IV. Pope Francis' Encyclical letter Laudato, global environmental risks, and the futrure of humanity. Quarterly Review of Biology, 91:285-295.

González-Maya, J.F., A. Arias-Azate, R. Granados-Peña, N.J. Mancera-Rodríguez y G. Ceballos. 2016. Environmental determinants and spatial mismatch of mammal diversity measures in Colombia. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 39:77-87.

Ponce-Guevara, E., A. Davidson, R. Sierra y G. Ceballos. 2016. Interactive effects of black-tailed prairie dogs and cattle on shrub encroachment in a desert grassland ecosystem. PLoS ONE, 11:e0154748.

Roques, S., R. Sollman, […], G. Ceballos y F. Palomares. 2016. Effects of habitat deterioration on the population genetics and conservation of the jaguar. Conservation Genetics, 17:125-139.

Barnosky, A.D., E. A. Hadly, P. Gonzalez, J. Head, P. D. Polly, A. M. Lawing, J. T. Eronen, D. D. Ackerly, K. Alex, E. Biber, J. Blois, J. Brashares, G. Ceballos, […] y Z. Zhang. 2017. Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Science, 355:1-10.

Ceballos, G., P.R. Ehrlich y R. Dirzo. 2017. Biological annihilation via the ongoing sixth mass extinction signaled by vertebrate population losses anddeclines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114:1-8.

Davidson, A.D., K.T. Shoemaker, B. Weinstein, G.C. Costa, T.M. Brooks, G. Ceballos, V.C. Radelof, C. Rondinini y C.H. Graham. 2017. Geography of current and future global mammal extinction risk. PLoS ONE, 12: e0186934.

De la Torre J. A., J.F. González-Maya, H. Zarza, G. Ceballos y R.A. Medellín. 2017. The jaguar’s spots are darker than they appear: assessing the global conservation status of the jaguar Panthera onca. Oryx, 52:300-315. 

Gómez-Hoyos, D.A., J.F. González-Maya, […] y G. Ceballos. 2017. Mineral-Lick Use By Choloepus hoffmanni (Pilosa: Megalonychidae) At Las Cruces Biological Station, Coto Brus, Costa Rica. The Southwestern Naturalist, 62:278-280.

González-Maya, J.F., E. Martínez-Meyer, R. Medellín y G. Ceballos. 2017. Distribution of mammal functional diversity in the Neotropical realm: Influence of land-use and extinction risk. PLoS ONE, 12: e0175931.

Mason-Romo, E., A. A. Farias y G. Ceballos. 2017. Two decades of climate driving the dynamics of functional and taxonomic diversity of a tropical small mammal community in western Mexico. PLoS ONE, 12:e0189104.

Spatz, D., K.M. Zilliacus, N.D. Holmes, S.H.M. Butchart, P. Genovesi, G. Ceballos, B.R. Tershy y D.A. Croll. 2017. Globally threatened vertebrates on islands with invasive species. Science Advances, 3:e1603080.

Zarza, H., E. Martínez-Meyer, G. Suzán y G. Ceballos, G. 2017. Geographic distribution of Desmodus rotundus in Mexico under current and future climate change scenarios: Implications for bovine paralytic rabies infection. Veterinaria México OA, 4:1-16.

Ceballos, G. y P.R. Ehrlich. 2018. The misunderstood sixth mass extinction. Science, 360:1080-1081.

Mason-Romo, E.D., G. Ceballos, et al. 2018. Long-term population dynamics of small mammals in tropical dry forests, effects of unusual climate events, and implications for management and conservation. Forest Ecology and Management, 426:123-133.

Peters, R., W.J. Ripple, C. Wolf, M. Moskwik, G. Carreón-Arroyo, G. Ceballos, et al. 2018. Nature Divided, Scientists United: U.S.-Mexico Border Wall Threatens Biodiversity and Binational Conservation. BioScience. 68:740-743.

Rojas-Bracho, L., R.C. Brusca, S. Álvarez-Borrego, R.L. Brownell, V. Camacho-Ibar, G. Ceballos, et al. 2018. Unsubstantiated Claims Can Lead to Tragic Conservation Outcomes. BioScience, 69:12-14.

Zeballos, H., K. Pino, C.E. Medina, A. Pari, D. Chávez, N. Tinoco y G. Ceballos. 2018. A new species of small-eared shrew of the genus Cryptotis (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla, Soricidae) from the northernmost Peruvian Andes. Zootaxa, 4377:51-73.

Valdés-González, A., L. Martínez-Estévez, M.E. Ángeles-Villeda y G. Ceballos. 2018. The extinction of the Catarina Pupfish Megupsilon aporus and the implications for the conservation of freshwater fish in Mexico. Oryx, 1-7.

Ripple, W.J., C. Wolf, T.M. New-some, M.G. Betts, G. Ceballos, F. Courchamp, M.W. Hayward, B. Van Valkenburgh, A.D. Wallach y B. Worm. 2019. Are we eating the world's megafauna to extinction? Conservation Letters, 2019:e12627.

Ceballos, G., P.R. Ehrlich, J. Pacheco, N. Valverde-Zúñiga y G.C. Daily. 2019. Conservation in human-dominated landscapes: Lessons from the distribution of the Central American squirrel monkey. Biological Consservation, 237, 41-49.

Rojas-Bracho, L., R.C. Brusca, S. Álvarez-Borrego, R.L. Brownell Jr, V. Camacho-Ibar, G. Cárdenas-Hinojosa, G. Ceballos, [11 autores más] y P.A. Hastings. 2019. Reply to Flessa and Colleagues. BioScience, 69:322-323.

Zeballos, H., K. Pino, J.P. Ludeña, A.C. Escóbar, A. Pari, C.E. Medina y G. Ceballos. 2019. New records of the Peruvian crevice-dwelling bat Tomopeas Ravus (Chiroptera: Molossidae): What do they mean for its conservation? Mastozoologia Neotropical, 26:199-210.

Ceballos, G., P.R. Ehrlich y P.H. Raven. 2020. Vertebrates on the brink as indicators of biological annihilation and the sixth mass extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1-7.

Torres-Romero, E.J., A.J. Giordano, G. Ceballos y J.V. López-Bao. 2020. Reducing the sixth mass extinction: Understanding the value of human-altered landscapes to the conservation of the world´s largest territorial mammals. Biological Conservation, 249:1-9 

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