Reinaldo Cajaiba PhD Collaborator

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Name: Reinaldo Cajaiba

Aggregation: PhD Collaborator

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Orcid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0176-9201

Email: reinaldocajaiba@hotmail.com

Publications

Are neotropical cave-bats good landscape integrity indicators? Some clues when exploring the cross-scale interactions between underground and above-ground ecosystems.
Cajaiba, R. L., Périco, E., da Silva, W. B., Vieira, T. B., dos Santos, F. M. B., Santos, M. . (2021) Are neotropical cave-bats good landscape integrity indicators? Some clues when exploring the cross-scale interactions between underground and above-ground ecosystems. Ecological Indicators 122 (107258). doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.107258. (Impact factor, Quartile: 4.958, Q1).

Assessing ecological disturbance in neotropical forest landscapes using high-level diversity and high-level functionality: surprising outcomes from a case study with spider assemblages
Gonzalez, D. C., Cajaiba, R. L., Périco, E., da Silva, W. B., Brescovite, A. D., Crespi, A. M. L., & Santos, M. (2021) Assessing ecological disturbance in neotropical forest landscapes using high-level diversity and high-level functionality: surprising outcomes from a case study with spider assemblages Land 10(7) (758). doi: 10.3390/land10070758. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.398, Q2).

Are data-mining techniques useful for selecting ecological indicators in biodiverse regions? Bridges between market basket analysis and indicator value analysis from a case study in the neotropics.
Leote, P.; Cajaiba, R.L.; Cabral, J.A.; Brescovit, A.D.; Santos, M. (2020) Are data-mining techniques useful for selecting ecological indicators in biodiverse regions? Bridges between market basket analysis and indicator value analysis from a case study in the neotropics. ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 109 :105833. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105833. (Impact factor, Quartile: 4.229, Q1).

Are primary forests irreplaceable for sustaining Neotropical landscapes' biodiversity and functioning? Contributions for restoration using ecological indicators.
Cajaiba, R.L.; Périco, E.; da Silva, W.B.; Caron, E.; Buss, B.C.; Dalzochio, M.; Santos, M. (2020) Are primary forests irreplaceable for sustaining Neotropical landscapes' biodiversity and functioning? Contributions for restoration using ecological indicators. LAND DEGRADATION AND DEVELOPMENT 31 (4) :508-517. doi: 10.1002/ldr.3467. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.775, Q1).

How accurate are estimates of flower visitation rates by pollinators? Lessons from a spatially explicit agent-based model.
Santos, M.; Cajaiba, R.; Gonzalez, D.; Leote, P.; Ferreira, D.; Bastos, R.; da Silva, W.B.; Cabral, J.A. (2020) How accurate are estimates of flower visitation rates by pollinators? Lessons from a spatially explicit agent-based model. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATICS 57 :101077. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoinf.2020.101077. (Impact factor, Quartile: 2.511, Q2).

Are litterfall and litter decomposition processes indicators of forest regeneration in the neotropics? Insights from a case study in the Brazilian Amazon.
da Silva, W. B., Périco, E., Dalzochio, M. S., Santos, M., & Cajaiba, R. L. (2018) Are litterfall and litter decomposition processes indicators of forest regeneration in the neotropics? Insights from a case study in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology And Management 429 :189-197. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.020. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.169, Q1).

Are Small Dung Beetles (Aphodiinae) useful for monitoring neotropical forests’ ecological status? Lessons from a preliminary case study in the Brazilian Amazon.
Cajaiba, R. L., Périco, E., da Silva, W. B., Leote, P., & Santos, M. (2018) Are Small Dung Beetles (Aphodiinae) useful for monitoring neotropical forests’ ecological status? Lessons from a preliminary case study in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology And Management 429 :115-123. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.005. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.169, Q1).

How informative is the response of Ground Beetles' (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblages to anthropogenic land use changes? Insights for ecological status assessments from a case study in the.
Cajaiba, Reinaldo Lucas; Perico, Eduardo; da Silva, Wully Barreto; Vieira, Thiago Bernadi; Dalzochio, Marina Schmidt; Bastos, Rita; Cabral, Joao Alexandre; Santos, Mario (2018) How informative is the response of Ground Beetles' (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblages to anthropogenic land use changes? Insights for ecological status assessments from a case study in the. Science Of The Total Environment 636 :1219-1227. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.392. (Impact factor, Quartile: 4.61, Q1).

When to sample ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in the neotropics for biodiversity assessments? A case study in the Brazilian Amazon.
Cajaiba, R. L.; Perico, E.; Silva, W. B.; Santos, M. (2018) When to sample ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in the neotropics for biodiversity assessments? A case study in the Brazilian Amazon. APPLIED ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 16 (6) :7833-7846. doi: 10.15666/aeer/1606_78337846. (Impact factor, Quartile: 0.721, Q4).

Are disturbance gradients in neotropical ecosystems detected using rove beetles? A case study in the Brazilian Amazon.
Cajaiba, RL, Perico, E, Caron, E, Dalzochio, MS, Silva, WB, Santos, M (2017) Are disturbance gradients in neotropical ecosystems detected using rove beetles? A case study in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology And Management 405 :319-327. ISSN: 0378-1127. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.09.058. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.064, Q1).

Attraction of Scarabaeinae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) to different baits in the Brazilian Amazon region.
Cajaiba, RL, Perico, E, da Silva, WB, Santos, M (2017) Attraction of Scarabaeinae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) to different baits in the Brazilian Amazon region. Revista De Biologia Tropical 65 :917-924. ISSN: 0034-7744. doi: 10.15517/rbt.v65i3.29433. (Impact factor, Quartile: 0.495, Q4).

Can dung beetles (Scarabaeinae) indicate the status of Amazonia's ecosystems? Insights integrating anthropogenic disturbance with seasonal patterns.
Cajaiba, RL, Perico, E, da Silva, WB, Santos, M (2017) Can dung beetles (Scarabaeinae) indicate the status of Amazonia's ecosystems? Insights integrating anthropogenic disturbance with seasonal patterns. Animal Biology 67 :301-318. ISSN: 1570-7555. doi: 10.1163/15707563-00002538. (Impact factor, Quartile: 0.574, Q4).

Does the composition of Scarabaeidae (Coleoptera) communities reflect the extent of land use changes in the Brazilian Amazon?
Cajaiba, RL, Perico, E, Dalzochio, MS, da Silva, WB, Bastos, R, Cabral, JA, Santos, M (2017) Does the composition of Scarabaeidae (Coleoptera) communities reflect the extent of land use changes in the Brazilian Amazon? Ecological Indicators 74 :285-294. ISSN: 1470-160X. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.11.018. (Impact factor, Quartile: 3.898, Q1).

Seasonal patterns in the diversity of histerid beetles (Histeridae) are ecosystem specific’ A case in para state, northern Brazil.
Cajaiba, RL, Périco, E, Silva, WB, Santos, M (2017) Seasonal patterns in the diversity of histerid beetles (Histeridae) are ecosystem specific’ A case in para state, northern Brazil. Applied Ecology And Environmental Research 15 :1227-1237. ISSN: 1589-1623. URL: http://www.aloki.hu/indvol15_4.htm. (Impact factor, Quartile: 0.681, Q4).