Technical Papers and Methods 2017-03-18T20:58:18+00:00

Technical Papers and Methods

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Alagador D, Cerdeira JO, Araujo MB2016Methods in Ecology and EvolutionClimate change, species range shifts and dispersal corridors: an evaluation of spatial conservation models
Allen CH, Parrott L, Kyle C2016PeerJAn individual-based modelling approach to estimate landscape connectivity for bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis)
Andrello M, Jacobi MN, Manel S, Thuiller W, Mouillot D2014EcographyExtending networks of protected areas to optimize connectivity and population growth rate
Avon C, Berges L2016Landscape EcologyPrioritization of habitat patches for landscape connectivity conservation differs between least-cost and resistance distances
Bakker M, Opdam PFM, Jongman RHG, Van den Brink A2015Landscape EcologyModel explorations of ecological network performance under conditions of global change
Beier P, Majka DR, Newell SL2009Ecological ApplicationsUncertainty analysis of least-cost modeling for designing wildlife linkages
Betts MG, Fahrig L, Hadley AS, Halstead KE, Bowman J, Robinson WD, Wiens JA, Lindenmayer DB2014EcographyA species-centered approach for uncovering generalities in organism responses to habitat loss and fragmentation
Bhowmik AK, Metz M, Schafer RB2015Environmental Modelling and SoftwareAn automated, objective and open source tool for stream threshold selection and upstream riparian corridor delineation
Brás R, Cerdeira JO, Alagador D, Araújo MB2013Environmental Modelling and SoftwareLinking habitats for multiple species
Brodie JF, Mohd-Azlan J, Schnell JK2016EcologyHow individual links affect network stability in a large-scale, heterogenous metacommunity
Cowley DJ, Johnson O, Pocock MJO2015Landscape EcologyUsing electric network theory to model the spread of oak processionary moth, Thaumetopoea processionea, in urban woodland patches
Coulon A, Aben J, Palmer SCF, Stevens VM, Callens T, Strubbe D, Lens L, Matthysen E, Baguette M, Travis JMJ2015EcologyA stochastic movement simulator improves estimates of landscape connectivity
Elliot NB, Cushman SA, Macdonald DW, Loveridge AJ2014Journal of Applied EcologyThe devil is in the dispersers: predictions of landscape connectivity change with demography
Ernst BW2014Landscape EcologyQuantifying landscape connectivity through the use of connectivity response curves
Fattebert J, Robinson HS, Balme G, Hunter LTB2015Ecological ApplicationsStructural habitat predicts functional dispersal habitat of a large carnivore: How leopards change spots
Ferrarini A2015Computational Ecology and SoftwareIncorporating climatic change into ecological connectivity: Climatic Flow Connectivity
Hock K, Mumby PJ2015InterfaceQuantifying the reliability of disperal paths in connectivity networks
Hodgson JA, Wallis DW, Krishna R, Cornell SJ2016Methods in Ecology and EvolutionHow to manipulate landscapes to improve potential for range expansion
Jackson CR, Marnewick K, Lindsey PA, Roskaft E, Robertson MP2016Landscape EcologyEvaluating habitat connectivity methodologies: a case study with endangered African wild dogs in South Africa
Jafari N, Nuse BL, Moore CT, Dilkin B, Hepinstall-Cymerman J2017Computers and Operations ResearchAchieving full connectivity of sites in the multiperiod reserve network design problem
Keeley ATH, Beier P, Gagnon JW2016Landscape EcologyEstimating landscape resistance from habitat suitability: effects of data source and nonlinearities
Koen EL, Bowman J, Sadowski C, Walpole AA2014Methods in Ecology and EvolutionLandscape connectivity for wildlife: development and validation of multispecies linkage maps
Kool JT, Nichol SL2015Environmental Modelling and SoftwareFour-dimensional connectivity modelling with application to Australia's north and northwest marine environments
Layeghifard M, Makarenkov V, Peres-Neto PR2015Global Ecology and BiogeographySpatial and species compositional networks for inferring connectivity patterns in ecological communities
Lechner AM, Doerr V, Harris RMB, Doerr E, Lefroy EC2015Landscape and Urban PlanningA framework for incorporating fine-scale dispersal behaviour into biodiversity conservation planning
Loro M, Ortega E, Arce RM, Geneletti D2015Landscape and Urban PlanningEcological connectivity analysis to reduce the barrier effect of roads: an innovative graph-theory approach to define wildlife corridors with multiple paths and without bottlenecks
Mateo-Sánchez M, Balkenhol N, Cushman S, Pérez T, Domínguez A, Saura S2015EcosphereEstimating effective landscape distances and movement corridors: comparison of habitat and genetic data
Matisziw TC, Alam M, Trauth KM, Inniss EC, Semlitch RD, McIntosh S, Horton J2015Environmental Modeling and AssessmentA vector approach for modeling landscape corridors and habitat connectivity
Hansen AJ, Inman RM2016Landscape EcologyConnecting models to movements: testing connectivity model predicitons against empirical migration and dispersal data
Moreira JMMAP, Rodriguez LCE, Caixeta-Filho JV2013Forest ScienceAn optimization model to integrate forest plantations and connecting corridors
Nowakowski AJ, Veiman-Echeverria M, Kurz DJ, Donnelly MA2015Ecological ApplicationsEvaluating connectivity for tropical amphibians using empirically derived resistance surfaces
Palm EC, Newman SH, Prosser DJ, Xiao X, Ze L, Batbayar N, Balachandran S, Takekawa JY2015Movement EcologyMapping migratory flyways in Asia using dynmaic Brownian bridge movement models
Palmer SCF, Coulon A, Travis JMJ2014OikosInter-individual variability in dispersal behaviours impacts connectivity estimates
Panzacchi M, Van Moorter B, Strand O, Saerens M, Kivimaki I, St. Clair CC, Herfindal I, Boitani L2016Journal of Animal EcologyPredicting the continuum between corridors and barriers to animal movements using Step Selection Functions and Randomized Shortest Paths
Parks SA, McKelvey KS, Schwartz MK2013Conservation BiologyEffects of weighting schemes on the identification of wildlife corridors generated with least-cost methods
Pelletier D, Clark M, Anderson MG, Rayfield B, Wulder MA, Cardille JA2014PLoS ONEApplying circuit theory for corridor expansion and management at regional scales: tiling, pinch points, and omnidirectional connectivity
Perkl RM2016Landscape and Urban PlanningGeodesigning landscape linkages: coupling GIS with wildlife corridor design in conservation planning
Pierik ME, Dell'Acqua M, Confalonieri R, Bocchi S, Gomarasca S2016Ecological IndicatorsDesigning ecological corridors in a fragmented landscape: a fuzzy approach to circuit connectivity analysis
Poniatowski D, Löffler F, Stuhldreher G, Borchard F, Krämer B, Fartmann T2016Ecological IndicatorsFunctional connectivity as an indicator for patch occupancy in grassland specialists
Poodat F, Arrowsmith C, Fraser D, Gordon A2015Environmental ManagementPrioritizing urban habitats for connectivity conservation: integrating centrality and ecological metrics
Pouzols F, Moilanen A2014Landscape EcologyA method for building corridors in spatial conservation prioritization
Rayfield B, Pelletier D, Dumitru M, Cardille JA, Gonzalez A2015Methods in Ecology and EvolutionMulti-purpose habitat networks for short-range and long-range connectivity: a new method combining graph and circuit connectivity
Rödder D, Nekum S, Cord A, Engler JO2016Environmental ManagementCoupling satellite data with species distribution and connectivity models as a tool for environmental management and planning in matrix-sensitive species
Roscioni F, Rebeldo H, Russo D, Carranza ML, DiFebbraro M, Loy A2014Landscape EcologyA modelling approach to infer the effects of wind farms on landscape connectivity for bats
Roy A, Bhattacharya S, Ramprakash M, Kumar AS2016Ecological ModellingModelling critical patches of connectivity for invasive Maling bamboo (Yushania maling) in Darjeeling Himalayas using graph theoretic approach
Sahlean T, Gherghel I, Pape? M, Strugariu A, Zamfirescu ?R2014PLoS ONERefining climate change projections for organisms with low dispersal abilities: a case study of the Caspian whip snake
Schumaker NH, Brookes A, Dunk JR, Woodbridge B, Heinrichs JA, Lawler JJ, Carroll C, LaPlante D2014Landscape EcologyMapping sources, sinks, and connectivity using a simulation model of northern spotted owls
Simpkins Ce, Dennis TE, Etherington TR, Perry GLW2017Ecological InformaticsEffects of uncertain cost-surface specification on landscape connectivity measures
Stevenson-Holt CD, Watts K, Bellamy CC, Nevin OT, Ramsey OD2014PLoS ONEDefining landscape resistance values in least-cost connectivity models for the invasive grey squirrel: A comparison of approaches using expert-opinion and habitat suitability modelling
Sutherland C, Fuller AK, Royle JA2015Methods in Ecology and EvolutionModelling non-Euclidean movement and landscape connectivity in highly structured ecological networks
Thomas CJ, Lambrechts J, Wolanski E, Traag VA, Blondel VD, Deleersnijder E, Hanert E2014Ecological ModellingNumerical modelling and graph theory tools to study ecological connectivity in the Great Barrier Reef
Wade AA, McKelvey KC, Schwartz MK2015USFS General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-333Resistance-surface-based wildlife conservation connectivity modeling: summary of efforts in the United States and guide for practitioners
Weber T, Norman J2015Ecological InformaticsFunctional connectivity modeling and optimal siting of conservation networks in the Midwest USA
Zeller KA, McGarigal K, Cushman SA, Beier P, Vickers TW, Boyce WM2017Landscape EcologySensitivity of resource selection and connectivity models to landscape definition