Javier Grande

4Guillermo Blanco
2Juan M. Grande
2Jesús A. Lemus
2Marino García-Montijano
2Laura Gangoso
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  • Jesús Á. Lemus, Guillermo Blanco, Javier Grande, Bernardo Arroyo, Marino García-Montijano, Felíx Martínez
  • 2008
Antibiotic residues that may be present in carcasses of medicated livestock could pass to and greatly reduce scavenger wildlife populations. We surveyed residues of the quinolones enrofloxacin and its metabolite ciprofloxacin and other antibiotics (amoxicillin and oxytetracycline) in nestling griffon Gyps fulvus, cinereous Aegypius monachus and Egyptian(More)
  • Laura Gangoso, Juan M. Grande, Jesús A. Lemus, Guillermo Blanco, Javier Grande, José A. Donázar
  • 2009
BACKGROUND A generalized decline in populations of Old World avian scavengers is occurring on a global scale. The main cause of the observed crisis in continental populations of these birds should be looked for in the interaction between two factors -- changes in livestock management, including the increased use of pharmaceutical products, and disease.(More)
Attempting to obtain a classifier or a model from datasets could be a cumbersome task, specifically, when using datasets of high dimensionality. The larger the amount of features the higher the complexity of the problem, and the larger the time that is expended in generating the outcome-the classifier or the model-. Feature selection has been proved as a(More)
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