Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters:

  • Abad-Franch, F., E. Zamora-Perea, G. Ferraz, S. D. Padilla-Torres, S. L. B. Luz. 2015. Mosquito-disseminated pyriproxyfen yields high breeding-site coverage and boosts juvenile mosquito mortality at the neighborhood scale. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9(4): e0003702.
  • Figueira, L., J. L. Tella, U. M. Camargo, and G. Ferraz. 2015. Autonomous sound monitoring shows higher use of Amazon old growth than secondary forest by parrots. Biological Conservation 184: 27-35
  • Soares, L., F. Abad-Franch, and G. Ferraz. 2014. Epidemiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis in central Amazonia: a comparison of sex-biased incidence among rural settlers and field biologists. Tropical Medicine & International Health 19: 988-995
  • Ferraz, G. 2013. “Island Biogeography Theory.” Oxford Bibliographies in “Ecology”. Ed. D. Gibson. New York, Oxford University Press. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199830060/obo-9780199830060-0031.xml?rskey=lSwC48&result=41
  • Ferraz, G. 2013. “Sobre o uso do termo ‘fragmentação’.” in Conservação da Biodiversidade em Paisagens Antropizadas do Brasil. Eds. C. A. Peres, J. Barlow, T. A. Gardner, I. C. G. Vieira. pp. 515-531. Editora UFPR. Curitiba, Brazil.  
  • Ferraz, G., G. Machado, P. R. Guimarães, Jr., and S. Koehler. 2013. Fundamentos para o conteúdo e a implementação da pós-graduação em Ecologia. Revista Brasileira de Pós-Graduação 10 (19): 187-209.
  • Padilla-Torres, S. D., G. Ferraz, S. L. B. Luz, E. Zamora-Perea, F. Abad-Franch. 2013. Modeling dengue vector dynamics under imperfect detection: three years of site-occupancy by Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in urban Amazonia. PLoS One 8: e58420.
  • Baccaro, F. B., and G. Ferraz. 2013. Estimating density of ant nests using distance sampling. Insectes Sociaux 60: 103-110.
  • Cerqueira, M. C., M. Cohn-Haft, C. F. Vargas, C. E. Nader, C. B. Andretti, T. V. V. Costa, M. Sberze, J. E. Hines, and G. Ferraz. 2013. Rare or elusive? A test of expert knowledge about rarity of Amazon forest birds. Diversity and Distributions 19: 710-721. 
  • Ferraz, G. 2012. Twelve guidelines for biological sampling in environmental licensing studies. Natureza & Conservação 10(1): 20-26.
  • Ewers, R. M, R. K. Didham, L. Fahrig, G. Ferraz, A. Hector, R. D. Holt, V. Kapos, G. Reynolds, W. Sinun, J. L. Snaddon and E. C. Turner. 2011. A large-scale forest fragmentation experiment: the Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems Project. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. B 366 (1582): 3292-3302
  • Abad-Franch, F., G. Ferraz, C. Campos, F. S. Palomeque, M. J. Grijalva, H. M. Aguilar, and M. A. Miles. 2010. Modeling disease vector occurrence when detection is imperfect: infestation of Amazonian palm trees by Triatomine bugs at three spatial scales. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 4 (3): e620.
  • Ferraz, G., M. Sberze, and M. Cohn-Haft. 2010. Using occupancy estimates to fine-tune conservation concerns. Anim. Conserv. 13 (1): 19-20.
  • Sberze, M., M. Cohn-Haft, and G. Ferraz. 2010. Old growth and secondary forest site occupancy by nocturnal birds in a neotropical landscape. Anim. Conserv. 13 (1): 3-11.
  • Martin, J., J. D. Nichols, C. L. McIntyre, G. Ferraz, and J. E. Hines. 2009. Perturbation analysis for patch occupancy dynamics. Ecology 90 (1): 10-16.
  • Ferraz, G., C. E. Marinelli, and T. E. Lovejoy. 2008. Biological monitoring in the Amazon: Recent progress and future needs. Biotropica 40(1): 7-10.
  • Ferraz, G., J. D. Nichols, J. E. Hines, P. C. Stouffer, R. O. Bierregaard, Jr., and T. E. Lovejoy. 2007. A large-scale deforestation experiment: effects of patch area and isolation on Amazon birds. Science 315:238-241. [Abstract]
  • Ferraz, G., G. J. Russell, P. C. Stouffer, R. O. Bierregaard, S. L. Pimm, and T. E. Lovejoy. 2003. Rates of species loss from Amazonian forest fragments. PNAS 100 (24): 14069-14073.
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Book translation:

  • Gotelli, N. J. 2007. Ecologia. Editora Planta. Londrina, Brasil. (Translated by G. Ferraz and A. M. F. Pacheco, from Gotelli’s ‘A Primer of Ecology')