Pablo Miguel Lucas (Lucas PM) is graduated in Environmental Sciences by the University of Alcalá, postgraduated in the Official Master of Geographic Information Technologies by the same University and Doctor in Environmental Studies by the University Pablo de Olavide, which was carried out at Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-CSIC, Spain) under the supervision of Drs. Eloy Revilla and Manuela González-Suárez. His dissertation research focuses on how human impacts (land cover change, climate change and human use intensity) and intrinsic species’ traits influence distribution range dynamics and risk of extinction. Currently he is working as postdoc in the Institute of Nature Conservation (IOP-PAN) in the Department of Wildlife Biology for the BearConnect Project.