Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

In press

2016

  • Buckland S.T., Oedekoven, C.S. and Borchers, D.L. (2016) Model-based distance sampling. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics. 21 (1) 58-75.

2015

  • Bagchi, R. and Illian, J.B. (2015) A method for analyzing replicated point patterns in ecology. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (4) 482-490
  • Borchers, D.L., Stevenson, B.C., Kidney, D., Thomas, L., and Marques, T.A. (2015) A unifying model for capture-recapture and distance sampling surveys of wildlife populations. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 10: 195-201.
  • Moffat, C., Goncalves Pacheco, J., Sharpe, S., Samson, A.J., Bollan, K.A., Huang, J., Buckland, S.T. and Connolly, C.N. (2015) Chronic exposure to imidacloprid increases neuronal vulnerability to mitochondrial dysfunction in bumblebees. Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology Journal 29 (5) 2112-2119.
  • Pocock, M.J.O., Newson, S.E., Henderson, I.G., Peyton, J., Sutherland, W.J., Noble, D.G., Ball, S.G., Beckman, B.C., Biggs, J., Brereton, T., Bullock, D.J., Buckland, S.T., Edwards, M., Eaton, M.A., Harvey, M.C., Hill, M.O., Horlock, M., Hubble, D.S., Julian, A.M., Mackey, E.C., Mann, D.J., Marshall, M.J., Medlock, J.M., O’Mahony, E.M., Pacheco, M., Porter, K., Prentice, S., Procter, D.A., Roy, H.E., Southway, S.E., Shortall, C.R., Stewart, A.J.A., Wembridge, D.E., Wright, M.A. and Roy, D.B. (2015) Developing and enhancing biodiversity monitoring programmes: a collaborative assessment of priorities. J. App. Ecol 52 (3) 686-695.
  • Rekdal, S.L., Hansen, R.G., Borchers, D.L., Bachmann, L., Laidre, K.L., Wiig, O., Nielsen, N.H., Fossette, S., Tervo, O. and Heide-Jørgensen, M.P. (2015) Trends in bowhead whales in West Greenland: Aerial surveys vs. genetic capture-recapture analyses. Marine Mammal Science 31: 133-154.

2014

    • Harrison, P.J., Buckland, S.T., Yuan, Y., Elston, D.A., Brewer, M.J., Johnston, A. and Pearce-Higgins, J.W. (2014) Assessing trends in biodiversity over space and time using the example of British breeding birds. J. App. Ecol. 51 1650-1660.
  • King, R. (2014) Statistical Ecology. Annual Review of Statistics and its Application. 1, 401-426.
  • Read, A.J., Barco, S., Bell, J. Borchers, D.L., Burt, M.L., Cummings, E.W., Dunn, J., Fougeres, E.R., Hazen, L., Williams Hodge, L.E., Laura, A., McAlarney, R.J., Nilsson, P., Pabst, D.A., Paxton, C.G.M., Schneider, S.Z., Urian, K.W., Waples, D.M., McLellan, W.A. (2014) Occurrence, Distribution and Abundance of Cetaceans in Onslow Bay, North Carolina, USA. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 14 23-25.

2013

  • Arranz, P., Borchers, D.L., Aguilar Soto, N., Johnson, M. and Cox, M. (2013) A new method to study inshore whale cue distribution from land-based observations. Marine Mammal Science. 30: 810–818.
  • Borchers, D.L., Zucchini,W., Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Cañadas, A. and Langrock, R. (2013) Using Hidden Markov Models to Deal with Availability Bias on Line Transect Surveys. Biometrics 69 (3) 703-713.
  • Côrtes, M.C. and Illian, J.B. (2013) Fine-scale spatial pattern and genetic structure of an Amazonian herb across a heterogeneous landscape. Journal of Ecology
  • Cox, M.J., Borchers, D.L., Kelly, N. (2013) nupoint: An R package for density estimation from point transects in the presence of nonuniform animal density. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 4: 589–594.
  • De Ruiter, S.L., Boyd, I., Claridge, D., Clark, C., Gagnon, C., Southall, B. and Tyack, P.L. (2013) Delphinid whistle production and call matching during playback of simulated military sonar. Marine Mammal Science 29, (2) E46-E59.
  • Dornelas, M., Magurran, A.E., Buckland, S.T., Chao, A., Chazdon, R.L., Colwell, R.K., Curtis, T., Gaston, K.J., Gotelli, N.J., Kosnik, M., McGill, B.J., McCune, J.L., Morlon, H., Mumby, P.J., Øvreås, L., Studeny, A.C. and Vellend, M. (2013) Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunitiesProceedings of the Royal Society B280, article 20121931.
  • Goldbogen, J.A., Southall, B.L., De Ruiter, S.L., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A.S., Hazen, E.L., Falcone, E.A., Schorr, G.S., Douglas, A., Moretti, D.J., Kyburg, C., McKenna, M.F. & Tyack, P.L. (2013) Blue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency military sonarProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences280, (1765) 1-8.
  • Hammond, P.S., Macleod, K., Berggren, P., Borchers, D.L., Burt, M.L., Cañadas, A., Desportes, G., Donovan, G.P., Gilles, A., Gillespie, D., Gordon, J., Hedley, S., Hiby, L., Kuklik, I., Leaper, R., Lehnert, K., Leopold, M., Lovell, P., Øien, N., Paxton, C., Ridoux, V., Rogan, E., Samarra, F., Scheidat, M., Sequeira, M., Siebert, U., Skov, H., Swift, R., Tasker, M.L., Teilmann, J., Van Canneyt, O. and Vázquez, J.A. (2013) Cetacean abundance and distribution in European Atlantic shelf waters to inform conservation and management. Biological Conservation, 164: 107-122.
  • Plumptre, A.J., Sterling, E.J. and Buckland, S.T. (2013)  Primate census and survey techniquesPrimate Ecology and Conservation:  A Handbook of Techniques (eds E.J. Sterling, N. Bynum and M.E. Blair). Pp. 10-26. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

2012

  • Borkin, K.M., Summers, R.W. and Thomas, L. (2012) Distribution, density and stand-type preferences of wood ant Formica spp.nest mounts in a Scots pinewood. European Journal of Entomology. 109, 47-53.
  • Buckland, S.T., Baillie, S.R., Dick, J. McP., Elston, D.A., Magurran, A.E., Scott, E.M., Smith, R.I., Somerfield, P.J., Studeny, A.C. and Watt, A. (2012) How should regional biodiversity be monitored? Environmental and Ecological Statistics.19 (4), 601-626.
  • Buckland, S.T., Burt, M.L., Rexstad, E.A., Mellor, M., Williams, A.E. and Woodward, R. (2012) Aerial surveys of seabirds: the advent of digital methods. Journal of Applied Ecology. 49, 960-967.
  • Burt, M.L., Ensor, P. and Borchers, D.L. (2012) Detection probability of Antarctic minke whales: analyses of the BT mode experiments conducted on the IWC-SOWER cruises 2005/06– 2007/08. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. 12, (3), 307-316.
  • Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Laidre, K.L., Hansen, R.G., Burt, M.L., Borchers, D.L., Hansén, J., Harding, K., Rasmussen, M., Dietz, R and Teilmann, J. (2012) Rate of increase and current abundance of humpback whales in West Greenland. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 12, (1) 1-14.
  • Heide-Jorgensson, M. P., Leidre, K. L., Hansen, R. G., Burt, M. L., Simon, M., Borchers, D. L., Hansen, J., Harding, K., Rasmussen, M., Dietz, R. & Teilmann, J. (2012) Rate of increase and current abundance of humpback whales in West Greenland. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management12, (1) 1-14.
  • Illian, J.B., Sørbye, S.H. and Rue, H. (2012) A toolbox for fitting complex spatial point process models using integrated nested Laplace approximation (INLA). Annals of Applied Statistics. 6:4, 1499-1530.
  • Illian, J.B., Søerbye, S.H., Rue, H. and Hendrichsen, D. (2012) Using INLA To Fit A Complex Point Process Model With Temporally Varying Effects – A Case Study. Journal of Environmental Statistics. 3, 7.
  • King, R. (2012) A Review of Bayesian State-Space Modelling of Capture-Recapture-Recovery Data. Interface Focus 2, 190-204.
  • Langrock, R. (2012) Flexible latent-state modelling of Old Faithful’s eruption inter-arrival times in 2009. Australian & NZ Journal of Statistics, 54, 261-279.
  • Langrock, R., MacDonald, I. and Zucchini, W. (2012) Some nonstandard stochastic volatility models and their estimation using structured hidden Markov models, Journal of Empirical Finance19 (1), 147-161.
  • Mateos, M., Arroyo, G.M. and Thomas, L. (2012) The development and use of a method to fill time gaps in migration counts: seabird conservation applications. The Condor. 114, (3), 513-522.
  • New, L.F., Buckland, S.T., Redpath, S. and Matthiopoulos, J. (2012) Modelling the impact of hen harrier management measures on a red grouse population in the UK. OIKOS121, 1061-1072.
  • Nguyen, Q.T., Naguib, R.N.G., Papathomas, M., Shaker, M.H., Culaba, A.B., Wickramasinghe, N. and Ton, T.N. (2012) Multinomial logistic regression modelling of cardiologists’ awareness of the impact of Air Pollution on cardiovascular disease in Vietnam and the Philippines. Int. J. Biomedical Engineering and Technology. 10 38-54.
  • Paxton, C.G.M., Hedley, S. and Bannister, J.L. (2012) Group IV Humpback whales: their status from aerial and land-based surveys off Western Australia, 2005. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management, Special Issue 3.
  • Robinson, R. A., Baillie, S. R. and King, R. (2012) Population Processes in European Blackbirds Turdus merula: A State-space Approach. Journal of Ornithology 152 419-433.
  • Thomas, L. and Marques, T.A. (2012) Passive acoustic monitoring for estimating animal density. Acoustics Today 8, 35-44.
  • Wichelhaus, C., Langrock, R. (2012) Nonparametric inference for stochastic feedforward networks based on cross-spectral analysis of point processes. Electronic Journal of Statistics 6 1670-1714

2011

  • Bernal, M., Stratoudakis, Y., Wood, S. Ibaibarriaga, L., Valdes, L and Borchers, D.L. (2011) A revision of daily egg production estimation methods, with application to Atlanto-Iberian sardine. 1: Daily spawning synchronicity and estimates of egg mortality. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68, 519-527.
  • Bernal, M., Stratoudakis, Y., Wood, S., Ibaibarriaga, L., Valdes, L. & Borchers, D. (2011) A revision of daily egg production estimation methods, with application to Atlanto-Iberian sardine. 2. Spatially and environmentally explicit estimates of egg production. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 68, 528-536.
  • Brown, C., Law, R., Illian, J.B. and Burslem, D. (2011) Linking ecological processes with spatial and non-spatial patterns in plant communities. Journal of Ecology99, 1402-1414.
  • Beyer, H.L., Haydon, D.T., Morales, J.M., Frair, J.L., Hebblewhite, M., Mitchell, M. and Matthiopoulos, J. (2011) The interpretation of habitat preference metrics under use-availability designs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B365, 2245-2254.
  • Jones, J., Collen, B., Atkinson, G., Baxter, P., Bubb, P., Illian, J.B., Katzner, T., Kean, A., Loh, J., McDonald-Madden, E., Nicholson, E., Pereira, H., Possingham, H., Pullin, A., Rodriges, A., Ruiz-Gutierrez, V., Sommerville, M. and Milner-Gulland, E. (2011) The Why, What, and How of Global Biodiversity Indicators Beyond the 2010 Target,Conservation Biology 25, 450-457.
  • Katara, I., Pierce, G.J., Illian, J.B. and Scott, B.E. (2011) Environmental drivers of the anchovy/sardine complex in the Eastern Mediterranean, Hydrobiologia 670, 1, 49-65.
  • King, R. (2011) Statistical Ecology in Handbook of Markov chain Monte Carlo Eds. Brooks, Gelman, Jones and Meng. CRC Press. 419-447.
  • MacQueen, D.J., Kristjánsson, B.K., Paxton, C.G.M., Vieira-Johnston, V.L.A. and Johnston, I.A. (2011) The parallel evolution of dwarfism in Arctic charr is accompanied by adaptive divergence in mTOR-pathway gene expressionMolecular Ecology. 20, 3167–3184.
  • Reynolds, T.J., Harris, M.P., King, R., Swann, R.L., Jardine, D.C., Frederiksen, M. and Wanless, S. (2011) Among-colony Synchrony in Seabird Survival Reflects Shared Wintering Areas. Ibis 153, 818-831.
  • Smout, S.C., King, R. and Pomeroy, P.P. (2011) Estimating demographic parameters for capture-recapture data in the presence of multiple mark types. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 18, 331-347.
  • Smout, S.C., King, R. and Pomeroy, P.P. (2011) Integrating Heterogeneity of Detection and Mark Loss to Estimate Survival and Transience in UK Colonies of Grey Seal. Journal of Applied Ecology 48, 364-372.
  • Walker, C.G., Mackenzie, M.L., Donovan, C.R. and O’Sullivan, M.J. (2011) SALSA: A Spatially Adaptive Local Smoothing Algorithm. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation 81, 2, 179-191(13).

2010

  • Bird, S. M., Hay, G., Hutchinson, S. and King, R. (2010) Missing Targets on Drugs-related Deaths, and a Scottish Paradox. International Journal of Drug Policy 21, 155-159.
  • Bonner, S.J., Morgan, B.J.T. and King, R. (2010) Continuous covariates in mark-recapture-recovery analysis: A comparison of methods. Biometrics 66 1256-1265.
  • Buckland, S.T., Studeny, A.C., Magurran, A.E. and Newson, S.E. (2010) Biodiversity monitoring: the relevance of detectability. In Biological Diversity: Frontiers in Measurement and Assessment (eds A.E. Magurran and B.J. McGill), pp 25-36. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Cave, V. M., King, R. and Freeman, S. N. (2010) An Integrated Population Model from Constant Effort Bird-Ringing Data. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 15, 119-137.
  • Gramacy, R.B., Samworth, R.J. and King, R. (2010) Importance tempering. Statistics and Computing 20 1-7
  • Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Laidre, K.L., Borchers, D.L., Stem, H. and Simon, M.J. (2010) The effect of sea ice loss on beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in West Greenland. Polar Research 29: 198-208. DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-8369.2009.00142.x
  • Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Laidre, K.L., Simon, M., Rasmussen, M., Burt, M.L. and Borchers, D.L. (2010) Abundance estimates of fin whales in West Greenland in 2007. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management11: 83-88.
  • Illian, J.B. and Hendrichsen, D.K., (2010) Gibbs point process models with fixed and random effects. Environmetrics21, 341-353.
  • Lonergan, M., Hall, A.J., Thompson, H., Thompson, P.M., Pomeroy, P.P. and Harwood J. (2010) A comparison of the 1988 and 2002 phocine distemper epizootics in British harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) populations; Diseases of Aquatic Organisms88:183-188. Full text via DOI
  • Magurran, A.E., Baillie, S.R., Buckland, S.T., Dick, J. McP., Elston, D.A., Scott, E.M., Smith, R.I., Somerfield, P.J. and Watt, A. (2010) Long-term data sets in biodiversity research and monitoring: assessing change in ecological communities through time. TREE 25, 574-582.
  • Marques, T.A., Buckland, S.T., Borchers, D.L., Rexstad, E. and Thomas, L. (2010) Distance sampling. In Springer’s International Lexicon of Statistical Sciences (ed. M Lovric) 398-400.
  • McClintock, B.T., Bailey, L.L., Pollock, K.H. and Simons, T.R. (2010) Unmodeled observation error induces bias when inferring patterns and dynamics of species occurrence based on auditory detections. Ecology 91(8) 2446-2454.
  • McClintock, B.T., Nichols, J.D., Bailey, L.L., MacKenzie, D.I., Kendall, W.L. & Franklin, A.B. (2010) Seeking a second opinion: uncertainty in disease ecology, Ecology Letters13 659-674.
  • Pomeroy, P.P., Smout, S.C., Moss, S., Twiss, S. and King, R. (2010) Low and Delayed Recruitment at Grey Seal Breeding Colonies in the UK. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 42, 125-133.
  • Smout, S.C., Asseburg, C., Matthiopoulos, J., Fernández, C., Redpath, S., Thirgood, S., and Harwood, J. (2010) The Functional Response of a Generalist Predator PLoS ONE 5(5): e10761. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010761

2009

  • Aars, J., Marques, T.A., Buckland, S.T., Anderson, M., Belikov, S., Boltunov, A. and Wiig, Ø. (2009) Estimating the Barents Sea polar bear subpopulation size. Marine Mammal Science 25 35-52
  • Baillie, S.R., Brooks, S.P., King, R., Thomas, L. (2009) Using a state-space model of the UK song thrush Turdus Philomelos population to diagnose the causes of a population decline. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 543-564 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Borchers, D.L., Pike, D., Gunnlaugsson, Th. and Vikingson, G. (2009) Minke whale abundance estimation from the NASS 1987 and 2001 cue counting surveys taking account of distance estimation errors. NAMMCO Scientific Publications, Volume 7: North Atlantic Sightings Surveys (1987-2001) 95-110
  • Buckland, S.T. 2009. Quantifying biodiversity. Significance 6, 105-107.
  • Buckland, S.T., Russell, R.E., Dickson, B.G., Saab, V.A., Gorman, D.G. and Block, W.M. (2009) Analysing designed experiments in distance sampling JABES 14 432-442
  • Cañadas, A., Donovan, G., Desportes, G. and Borchers, D.L. (2009) A short review of the distribution of short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) in the central and eastern North Atlantic with an abundance estimate for part of this area. NAMMCO Scientific Publications, Volume 7: North Atlantic Sightings Surveys (1987-2001) 201-220
  • Cave, V.M., Freeman, S.N., Brooks, S.P., King, R. and Balmer, D.E. (2009) On adjusting for missed visits in the indexing of abundance from `constant effort’ ringing. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 951-966 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Efford, M.G., Borchers, D.L. and Byrom, A.E. (2009) Density estimation by spatially explicit capture-recapture: likelihood-based methods. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 255-269 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Efford, M.G., Dawson, D. and Borchers, D.L. (2009) Population density estimated from locations of individuals on a passive detector array. Ecology 90 2676-2682
  • Fewster, R.M., Buckland, S.T., Burnham, K.P., Borchers, D.L., Jupp, P.E., Laake, J.L. and Thomas, L. (2009) Estimating the encounter rate variance in distance sampling. Biometrics 65 225-236;Full text via DOIMore info
  • Gimenez, O., Bonner, S., King, R., Parker, R.A., Brooks, S.P., Jamieson, L.E., Grosbois, V., Morgan, B.J.T. and Thomas, L. (2009) WinBUGS for population ecologists: Bayesian modelling using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods. Modelling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 885-918 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Illian, J.B., Prosser, J.I., Baker, K.L. and Rangel-Castro, J.I. (2009) Functional principal component data analysis: a new method for analysing microbial community fingerprints. Journal of Microbiological Methods 79 89-95
  • Illian, J.B., Waagepetersen, R.P. and Møller, J. (2009) Hierarchical spatial point process analysis for a plant community with high biodiversity. Journal of Environmental and Ecological Statistics 16 389-405
  • King, R., Bird, S.M., Hay, G. and Hutchinson, S.J. (2009) Estimating current injectors in Scotland and their drug-related death rate by sex, region and age-group via Bayesian capture-recapture methods. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 18 341-359; Full text via DOI
  • Law, R., Illian, J.B., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Gratzer, G., Gunatilleke, C.V.S. and Gunatilleke, I.A.U.N. (2009) Ecological information from spatial patterns of plants: insights from point process theory. Journal of Ecology 97 616-628
  • Marques, T.A. (2009) Distance sampling: estimating animal density. Significance 6 136-137
  • Marques, T.A., Thomas, L., Ward, J., DiMarzio, N. and Tyack, P.L. (2009) Estimating cetacean population density using fixed passive acoustic sensors: an example with Blainville’s beaked whales. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 1982-1994; Full text via DOI
  • McClintock, B.T. and White, G.C. (2009) A less field-intensive robust design for estimating demographic parameters with mark-resight data. Ecology 90 313-320
  • McClintock, B.T., White, G.C. Antolin, M.F. and Tripp, D.W. (2009) Estimating abundance using mark-resight when sampling is with replacement or the number of marked individuals is unknown. Biometrics 65 237-246
  • McClintock, B.T., White, G.C., Burnham, K.P. and Pryde, M.A. (2009) A generalized mixed effects model of abundance for mark-resight data when sampling is without replacement. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 271-289 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • New, L., Matthiopoulos, J., Redpath, S. and Buckland, S.T. (2009) Fitting models of multiple-hypotheses to partial population data: investigating the causes of cycles in red grouse. American Naturalist174 (3) 399-412; Full text via DOI
  • Newman, K.B., Fernández, C., Thomas, L. and Buckland, S.T. (2009) Monte Carlo inference for state-space models of wild animal populations Biometrics 65 572-583; Full text via DOI
  • Nichols, J.D., Thomas, L. and Conn, P.B. (2009) Inferences about landbird abundance from count data: recent advances and future directions. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 203-238 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Paxton, C.G.M. (2009) The plural of ‘anecdote’ can be ‘data’: statistical analysis of viewing distances in reports of unidentified giant marine animals 1758 – 2000. Journal of Zoology 279 381-387
  • Paxton, C.G.M., Burt, M.L., Hedley, S., Víkingsson, G.A., Gunnlaugsson, Th. and Desportes, G. (2009) Density surface fitting to estimate the abundance of humpback whales based on the NASS-95 and NASS-2001 aerial and shipboard surveys. NAMMCO Scientific Publications 7 143-160
  • Paxton, C.G.M., Winfield, I.J., Fletcher, J.M., George, D. G. and Hewitt, D.P. (2009) Investigation of first year biotic and abiotic influences on the recruitment of pike (Esox lucius) in Windermere, U.K. using Generalized Additive Models. Journal of Fish Biology 74 2279-2298
  • Pike, D.G., Paxton, C.G.M., Gunnlaugsson, Th. and Víkingsson, G.A. (2009) Trends in the abundance of cetaceans from aerial surveys in Icelandic coastal waters, 1986-2001. NAMMCO Scientific Publications 7 117-142
  • Reynolds, T.J., King, R., Harwood, J., Frederikesen, M., Harris, M.P. and Wanlass, S. (2009) Integrated data analysis in the presence of emigration and tag-loss Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics; 14 (4) 411-431. Full text via DOI
  • Sharples, R.J., Mackenzie, M.L. and Hammond, P.S. (2009) Estimating seasonal abundance of a central place forager using counts and telemetry data. Marine Ecology Progress Series 378 289-298
  • Viana, M., Pierce, G.J., Illian, J.B., MacLeod, C.D., Bailey, N., Wang, J.J. and Hastie, L.C. (2009) Seasonal movements of veined squid Loligo forbesi in Scottish (UK) waters. Aquatic Living Resources22(3), 291-305.

2008

  • Bernal, M., Ibaibarriaga, L., Lago de Lanzos, A., Lonergan, M.E., Hernandez, C. Franco, C. Rasines, I., Valdes, L. and Borchers, D.L. (2008) Using multinomial models to analyse data from sardine incubation experiments; a comparison with traditional techniques. Ices Journal of Marine Science 65 51-59
  • Borchers, D.L. and Efford, M. (2008) Spatially explicit maximum likelihood methods for capture-recapture studiesBiometrics 64 377-385 Full text via DOIMore info
  • Brooks, S.P., Freeman, S.N., Greenwood, J.J.D., King, R. and Mazzetta, C. (2008) Quantifying conservation concern – Bayesian statistics and the red data lists Biological Conservation 141 1436-1441
  • Buckland, S.T., Marsden, S.J. and Green, R.E (2008) Estimating bird abundance: making methods work Bird Conservation International 18 S91-S108
  • Efford, M.G., Borchers, D.L. and Byrom, A.E. (2008) Density estimation by spatially explicit capture-recapture: likelihood-based methods Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 255-269 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Fewster, R.M., Southwell, C., Borchers, D.L., Buckland, S.T. and Pople, A.R. (2008) The influence of animal mobility on the assumption of uniform distances in aerial line transect surveys Wildlife Research 35 275-288
  • Gimenez, O., Bonner, S., King, R., Parker, R.A., Brooks, S.P., Jamieson, L.E., Grisbois, V., Morgan, B.J.T., Newson, S. and Thomas, L. (2008) WinBUGS for population ecologists: Bayesian modelling using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods Modelling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Springer Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3 885-918 (Eds. Thomson, D.L., Cooch, E.G. and Conroy, M.J.)
  • Harris, C.M., Calladine, J., Wernham, C.W. and Park, K.J. (2008) Impacts of piscivorous birds on salmonid populations and game fisheries in Scotland: a review. Wildlife Biology 14(4) 395-411
  • Katara, I., Illian, J., Pierce, G.J., Scott, B. and Wang, J., (2008) Atmospheric forcing on chlorophyll concentration in the Mediterranean. Hydrobiologia612(1), 33-48
  • King, R. and Brooks, S.P. (2008) On the Bayesian estimation of a closed population size in the presence of heterogeneity and model uncertainty Biometrics 64 816-824
  • King, R., Brooks, S.P. and Coulson, T. (2008) Analysing complex capture-recapture data: incorporating time-varying covariate information Biometrics 64 1187-1195
  • King, R., Brooks, S.P., Mazzetta, C., Freeman, S.N. and Morgan, B.J.T. (2008) Identifying and diagnosing population declines: a Bayesian assessment of lapwings in the UK Applied Statistics 57 (5) 609-632
  • Patterson, T.A., Thomas, L.J., Wilcox, C., Ovaskainen, O. and Matthiopoulos, J. (2008) State-space models of individual animal movement Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23(2) 87-94
  • Southwell, C., Paxton, C.G.M. and Borchers, D.L. (2008) Detectability of penguins in aerial surveys over the pack-ice off Antarctica Wildlife Research 35 349-357
  • Southwell, C., Paxton, C.G.M., Borchers, D.L., Boveng, P., Rogers, T., de la Mare, W.K. (2008) Uncommon or cryptic? Challenges in estimating leopard seal abundance by conventional but state-or-the-art methods Deep-Sea Research 55 519-531

2007

  • Buckland, S.T., Borchers, D.L., Johnston, A., Henrys, P.A. and Marques, T.A. (2007) Line transect methods for plant surveys Biometrics 63 989-998
  • Buckland, S.T., Newman, K.B., Fernández, C., Thomas, L. and Harwood, J. (2007) Embedding population dynamics models in inference Statistical Science 22 44-58
  • Dendrinos, P., Karamanlidis, A, Kotomatas, S, Legakis, A, Tounta, E, Matthiopoulos, J.  .  Pupping habitat selection in the mediterranean monk seal: A long-term study, Marine Mammal Science 23, 615-628.
  • Harwood, J. Is there a role for ecologists in an ecosystem approach to the management of marine resources?Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17, 1-4.
  • Marques, T.A., Thomas, L., Fancy, S.G. and Buckland, S.T. (2007) Improving estimates of bird density using multiple covariate distance sampling The Auk 124 1229-1243
  • Matthiopoulos, J, Graham, K., Smout, S., Asseburg, C., Redpath, S., Thirgood, S. & Harwood, J. 2007. Sensitivity to assumptions in models of generalist predation on a cyclic prey. Ecology 88(10): 2576-2586.
  • Rexstad, E, and Debevec, E M:  Dynamics of small mammal populations in the Rock Creek watershed, Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska Park Science 6(2), 69-72.
  • Southwell, C., Paxton, C.G.M., Borchers, D.L., Boveng, P. and de la Mare, W. Taking account of dependent species in management of the Southern Ocean krill fishery: estimating crabeater seal abundance off east Antarctica. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 622-631.
  • Stephenson CM, Matthiopoulos J, Harwood J.. Influence of the physical environment and conspecific aggression on the spatial arrangement of breeding grey seals. Ecological Informatics 3 308-317.
  • Wells, A, Grierson, C, Marshall, L, Mackenzie, M L, Russon, I, Reinhardy, H, Sivertsgård, R, Bjørn, P, Finstad, B, Bonga, S, Todd, C D and Hazon, N:  Physiological consequences of ‘premature freshwater return’ for wild sea-run brown trout (Salmo trutta) postsmolts infested with sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64(10), 1360-1369.

2006

  • Buckland, S.T. (2006) Point transect surveys for songbirds: robust methodologies The Auk 123 345-357
  • Buckland, S.T., Summers, R.W., Borchers, D.L. and Thomas, L. (2006) Point transect sampling with traps or lures J. App. Ecol. 43 377-384
  • Hammershoj, M, Travis, J M J, Stephenson, C M: Incorporating evolutionary processes into a spatially-explicit model: exploring the consequences of mink-farm closures in Denmark, Ecography 29, 465-476.
  • Harrison, P.J., Buckland, S.T., Thomas, L., Harris, R., Pomeroy, P.P. and Harwood, J. (2006) Incorporating movement into models of grey seal population dynamics J. Anim. Ecol. 75 634-645
  • Jupp, P E: Directional Statistics, Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition (eds S Kotz, N Balakrishnan, C B Read and B Vidakovic), Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, 3, 1713-1720.
  • King, R, Brooks, S P, Morgan, B J T and Coulson, T: Bayesian Analysis of Factors Affecting Soay Sheep, Biometrics62, 211-220.
  • King, R., Brooks, S.P., Morgan, B.J.T. and Coulson, T. (2006) Factors influencing Soay sheep survival: a Bayesian analysis Biometrics 62 211-220
  • Lynam, C P, Axelsen, B E, Gibbons, M J, Sparks, C A J, Coetzee J, Hayward, B and Brierley, A S: Jellyfish overtake fish in an heavily fished ecosystem, Current Biology 16(13), 492-493.
  • Marques, T.A., Andersen, M., Christensen-Dalsgaard, S., Belikov, S., Boltunov, A., Wiig, Ø., Buckland, S.T. and Aars, J. (2006) Comparing distance estimation methods in a helicopter line transect survey. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34759-763
  • Newman, K.B., Buckland, S.T., Lindley, S.T., Thomas, L. and Fernández, C. (2006) Hidden process models for animal population dynamics Ecological Applications 16 74-86
  • Phillips, L M, Powell A N, and Rexstad, E A:. Large-scale movements and habitat characteristics of King Eiders throughout the nonbreeding period. Condor 108, 887-900.
  • Ribeiro, F, Chaves, M L, Marques, T A and Moreira da Costa, L: First record of Ameiurus melas (Siluriformes, Ictaluridae) in the Alqueva reservoir, Guadiana. Cybium 30, 283-284.
  • Rexstad, E, and Kielland K: Mammalian herbivore population dynamics in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 121-132 in F.S. Chapin, M.W. Oswood, K. van Cleve, L.A.Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (eds.) Alaska’s changing boreal forest. Oxford Univ. Press.
  • Schmidt, J H, Taylor E J, and Rexstad E: Survival of common goldeneye ducklings in Interior Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 70, 792-798.
  • Stephenson, C M, MacKenzie, M L, Edwards, C and Travis, J M J: Modelling establishment probabilities of an exotic plant, Rhododendron ponticum, invading a heterogeneous, woodland landscape using logistic regression with spatial autocorrelation, Ecological Modelling 193(3-4), 747-758.
  • Wells, A, Grierson, C E, MacKenzie, M L, Russon, J I, Reinardy, H, Middlemiss, C, Bjorn, P A, Finstad, B, Wendelaar Bonga, S E, Todd, C D, and Hazon, N: Physiological effects of simultaneous, abrupt seawater entry and sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) infestation of wild, sea-run brown trout (Salmo trutta) smolts, Canadian Journal ofFisheries and Aquatic Science 63(12):2809-2821.

2005

  • Buckland, S.T., Magurran, A.E., Green, R.E. and Fewster, R.M. (2005) Monitoring change in biodiversity through composite indices Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 360 243-254
  • Fewster, R.M., Laake, J.L. and Buckland, S.T. (2005) Line transect sampling in small and large regions Biometrics 61856-859
  • Thomas, L., Buckland, S.T., Newman, K.B. and Harwood, J. (2005) A unified framework for modelling wildlife population dynamics Australian, New Zealand Journal of Statistics 47 19-34
  • Brierley, A.S., Boyer, D.C., Axelsen, B.E., Lynam, C.P., Sparks, C.A.J., Boyer, H.J. and Gibbons, M.J.:Towards the acoustic estimation of jellyfish abundance. Marine Ecology Progress Series 295, 105-111.
  • Borchers, D.L.: Estimating detection probability from line transect cetacean surveys when detection on the line is not certain: an overview. in Thomsen, F., Ugarte, F and Evans, P.G.H. (eds) Proceedings of the workshop on estimation of g(0) in line transect surveys of cetaceans. ECS Newsletter 44 – Special Issue. 46pp.
  • Goudie, I.B.J. and Ashbridge, J: A conditionally unbiased estimator for the equal catchability model.Communications in Statistics, Theory and Methods 34, 1543-1554.
  • King, R., Bird, S.M.., Brooks, S.P., Hutchinson, S.J. and Hay, G.: Prior Information in Behavioural Capture-Recapture Methods: Demography Influences Injectors’ Propensity to be Listed on Data Sources and their Drugs-related Mortality. American Journal of Epidemiology 162, 1-10.
  • Lynam, C.P., Hay, S.J. and Brierley, A.S.: Jellyfish abundance and climatic variation: contrasting responses in oceanographically distinct regions of the North Sea, and possible implications for fisheries. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 85, 435-450.
  • Lynam, C.P., Heath, M.R., Hay, S.J. and Brierley, A.S.: Evidence for impacts by jellyfish on North Sea herring recruitment. Marine Ecology Progress Series 298, 157-167.
  • Mackenzie, M.L., Donovan, C.R. and McArdle, B.H.: Regression spline mixed models: A forestry example, Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 10, 394-410.
  • Matthiopoulos, J., Harwood, J. and Thomas, L.: Metapopulation consequences of site fidelity for colonially breeding mammals and birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 74, 716-727.
  • Matthiopoulos, J., Halley, J.M. and Moss, R.: Socially-Induced Red Grouse Population Cycles Need Abrupt Shifts Between Tolerance and Aggressiveness. Ecology 86, 1883-1893.
  • Paxton, C.G.M., Knatterudb, E. and Hedley, S. L.: Cetaceans, sex and sea serpents: an analysis of the Egede accounts of a “most dreadful monster” seen off the coast of Greenland in 1734. Archives of Natural History 32: 1-9.
  • Paxton, C.G.M. and Holland, R.: Was Steenstrup right? A new interpretation of the 16th century sea monk of the Øresund, Steenstrupia 29, 39-47.
  • Stephenson, C.M., MacKenzie, M.L., Edwards, C., JMJ Travis; “Modelling establishment probabilities of an exotic plant, Rhododendron ponticum, invading a heterogeneous, woodland landscape using logistic regression with spatial autocorrelation”; Ecological Modelling193(3-4):747-758; Full text via DOI
  • Thomas, L., Buckland, S.T., Newman, K.B., and Harwood, J.: A unified framework for modelling wildlife populations. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics 47, 19–34.
  • Travis, J. M. J., Hammershøj, M. and Stephenson, C.M.: Adaptation and propagule pressure determine invasion dynamics: insights from a spatially explicit model for sexually reproducing species. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7,37-51.

2004

  • Arntzen, J.W., Goudie, I.B.J., Halley, J. and Jehle, R. 2004. Cost comparison of marking techniques in long-term population studies: PIT-tags versus pattern maps. Amphibia-Reptilia 25, 305-315.
  • Borchers, D.L. and Burnham, K.P: General formulation for distance sampling, Advanced Distance Sampling, 6-30, (eds S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Brooks, S.P., King, R. and Morgan, B.J.T.: A Bayesian approach to combining animal abundance and demographic data, Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27, 515-529.
  • Buckland, S.T. and Anderson, D.R. 2004. Introduction to advanced distance sampling. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp1-5. (eds S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Buckland, S.T., Newman, K.B., Thomas, L. and Koesters, N.B. (2004) State-space models for the dynamics of wild animal populations Ecological Modelling 171 157-175
  • Burnham, K.P., Buckland, S.T., Laake, J.L., Borchers, D.L., Marques, T.A., Bishop, J.R.B., and Thomas, L. 2004. Further topics in distance sampling. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp307-392. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Cañadas, A., Desportes, G. and Borchers, D.L. 2004. The estimation of the detection function and g(0) for short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis), using double-platform data collected during the NASS-95 Faroese survey. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 6, 191-198.
  • Cotter, A.J.R. and Buckland, S.T. (2004) Using the EM algorithm to weight data sets of unknown precision when modeling fish stocks Mathematical Biosciences 190 1-7
  • Cotter, A.J.R., Burt, M.L., Paxton, C.G.M., Fernández, C., Buckland, S.T. and Pan, J.-X. (2004) Are stock assessment methods too complicated? Fish Fisheries 235-254
  • Fewster, R.M. and Buckland, S.T. 2004. Assessment of distance sampling estimators. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp281-306. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Hedley, S.L. and Buckland, S.T. (2004) Spatial models for line transect sampling JABES 181-199
  • Hedley, S.L., Buckland, S.T. and Borchers, D.L. 2004. Spatial distance sampling models. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp48-70. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • King, R., Brooks, S.P. and Morgan, B.J.T. (2004) A Bayesian approach to combining animal abundance and demographic data Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27 515-529
  • King, R. and Brooks, S.P. 2004. A classical study of catch-effort models for Hector’s dolphins. Journal of the American Statistical Association 99, 325-333.
  • King, R. and Brooks, S.P. 2004. Bayesian analysis of the Hector’s dolphins. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27, 343-354.
  • Laake, J.L. and Borchers, D.L. 2004. Methods for incomplete detection at distance zero. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp108-189. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Marques, F.F.C. and Buckland, S.T. 2004. Covariate models for the detection function. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp31-47. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Marques, T.A. 2004. Predicting and correcting bias caused by measurement error in line transect sampling using multiplicative error models. Biometrics 60, 757-763.
  • Naughton, G.P., Bennett, D.H. and Newman, K.B. 2004. Predation on juvenile salmonids by smallmouth bass in the Lower Granite Reservoir system, Snake River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24, 534-544.
  • Newman, K B: Incorporating movement into hidden process models, 2004 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Statistics and the Environment [CD-ROM], Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association.
  • Paxton, C.G.M., Winfield, I.J., Fletcher, J.M., George, G.L. and Hewitt, D.P. 2004. Abiotic and biotic influences on the recruitment of Windermere perch (Perca fluviatilis). Journal of Fish Biology 65, 1622-1642.
  • Peach, W.J., Baillie, S.R. and Buckland, S.T. 2004. Current practices in the British Trust for Ornithology Constant Effort Sites scheme and comparisons of temporal changes in mist-net captures with changes in spot-mapping counts at the extensive scale. In Monitoring Bird Populations Using Mist Nets, Studies in Avian Biology 29, pp46-56. C.J. Ralph and E.H. Dunn (eds). Cooper Ornithological Society.
  • Pollard, J.H. and Buckland, S.T. 2004. Adaptive distance sampling surveys. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp229-259. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Price, W.J., Shafii, B., and Newman, K.B.: Comparing estimation procedures for dose-response functions, 2004 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science [CD-ROM], Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association.
  • Reilly, S., Hedley, S.L., Borberg, J., Hewitt, R., Thiele, D., Watkins, J., Naganobu, M. 2004. Biomass and energy transfer to baleen whales in the South Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research II 51, 1397-1409.
  • Southwell, C., de la Mare, B., Borchers, D.L. and Burt, M.L. 2004. Shipboard line transect surveys of Crabeater seal abundance in the pack-ice off eastern Antarctica: evaluation of assumptions. Marine Mammal Science 20, 602-620.
  • Strindberg, S. and Buckland, S.T. (2004) Zigzag survey designs in line transect sampling JABES 443-461
  • Strindberg, S., Buckland, S.T. and Thomas, L. 2004. Design of distance sampling surveys and Geographic Information Systems. In Advanced Distance Sampling, pp190-228. S.T. Buckland, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Laake, D.L. Borchers and L. Thomas (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Thomas, L., Burnham, K.P. and Buckland, S.T. 2004. Temporal inferences from distance sampling surveys. InAdvanced Distance Sampling, pp71-107. S.T. Buckland, D.R.

2003

  • Brierley, A.S., Fernandes, P.G., Brandon, M.A., Armstrong, F., Millard, N.W., McPhail, S.D., Stevenson, P., Pebody, M., Perrett, J., Squires, M., Bone, D.G. and Griffiths, G. An investigation of avoidance by Antarctic krill of RRS James Clark Ross using the Autosub-2 autonomous underwater vehicle. Fisheries Research 60, 569-576.
  • Brierley, A.S., Gull, S.F. and Wafy, M.H. Bayesian Maximum Entropy reconstruction of stock distribution and inference of stock density from line-transect acoustic survey data. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60, 446-452.
  • Brooks, S.P., Friel, N. and King, R. Classical Model Selection via Simulated Annealing. Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 65, 503-520.
  • Clarke, E.D., Spear, L.B., McCracken, M.L., Marques, F.F.C., Borchers, D.L., Buckland, S.T. and Ainley, D.G. (2003). Application of generalized additive models to estimate size of seabird populations, temporal trend from survey data collected at sea J. App. Ecol. 40 278-292
  • Dritschel, D.G: Stokes flows at infinite Rayleigh number, Sedimentation and Sediment Transport,29-42, (eds A Gyr and W Kinzelbach), Kluwer.
  • Dritschel, D.G. and Viudez, A. A balanced approach to modelling rotating stably-stratified flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 488, 123-150
  • Falconer, K.J. The local structure of random processes. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 67, 657-672.
  • Fernandes, P.G., Stevenson, P., Brierley, A.S., Armstrong, F. and Simmonds, E.J. AUVs: future platforms for fisheries acoustics. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60, 684-691.
  • Grellier, K., Hammond, P.S., Wilson, B., Sanders-Reed, C.A. and Thompson, P.M. Use of photo-identification data to quantify mother-calf association patterns in bottlenose dolphins. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81, 1421-1427.
  • Harwood J. and Stokes K. Coping with uncertainty in ecological advice: lessons from fisheries. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18, 617-622.
  • Johnston, I A., Manthri, S., Alderson, R., Smart, A., Campbell, P., Nickell, D., Robertson, B., Paxton, C.G.M. and Burt, M.L. Freshwater environment affects growth rate and muscle fibre recruitment in sea water stages of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 1337-1351.
  • King, R. and Brooks, S.P. Closed Form Likelihoods for Arnason-Schwarz Models. Biometrika. 90, 435-444.
  • King, R and Brooks, S.P. Survival and spatial fidelity of mouflons: the effect of location, age and sex. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 8, 486-513.
  • Laing, S.E., Buckland, S.T., Burn, R.W., Lambie, D. and Amphlett, A. Dung and nest surveys: estimating decay rates.Journal of Applied Ecology 40, 1102-1111.
  • Lonergan, M., Harwood, J. The potential effects of repeated outbreaks of phocine distemper among harbour seals: a response to Harding et al. Ecology Letters 6, 889-893.
  • Macaskill, C., Padden, W.E.P. and Dritschel, D.G. The CASL algorithm for quasi-geostrophic flow in a cylinder.Journal of Computational Physics 188, 232-251.
  • Marques, F.F.C. and Buckland, S.T. Incorporating covariates into standard line transect analyses. Biometrics 59, 924-935.
  • McKiver, W.J. and Dritschel, D.G. The motion of a fluid ellipsoid in a general linear background flow. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 474, 147-173.
  • Mougeot, F., Redpath, S.M., Moss, R., Matthiopoulos, J. and Hudson, P. Territorial behaviour and population dynamics in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus). I. Population level experiments. Journal of Animal Ecology 72, 1073-1082.
  • Matthiopoulos, J., Moss, R., Mougeot, F., Redpath, S.M. and Lambin, X. Territorial behaviour and population dynamics in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus). II. Population models. Journal of Animal Ecology 72, 1083-1096.
  • Matthiopoulos, JModel-Supervised Kernel Smoothing for the estimation of spatial usage. Oikos 102, 367-377.
  • Matthiopoulos, JThe use of space by animals as a function of accessibility and preference.Ecological Modelling 159, 239-268.
  • Newman, K.B. Modelling paired release-recovery data in the presence of survival and capture heterogeneity with application to marked juvenile salmon. Statistical Modelling 3, 157-177.
  • Price, W.J., Shafii, B., Newman, K.B., Early, S., McCaffrey, J.P., and Morra, M.J. Comparing estimation procedures for dose-response functions. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, 82-99.
  • Priddle, J., Whitehouse, M.J., Ward, P., Shreeve, R.S., Brierley, A.S., Atkinson, A., Watkins, J.L., Brandon, M.A. and Cripps, J.C. Biogeochemistry of a Southern Ocean plankton ecosystem: Using natural variability in community composition to study the role of metazooplankton in carbon and nitrogen cycles. Journal of Geophysical Research108 (C4):art. no. 8082 Apr 30 2003.
  • Reinaud, J.N., Dritschel, D.G. and Koudella, C.R. The shape of vortices in quasi-geostrophic turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 474, 171-191.
  • Stevick, P.T., Allen, J., Bérubé. M., Clapham, P.J., Katona, S.K., Larsen, F., Lien, J., Mattila, D.K., Palsbøll, P.J., Robbins, J., Sigurjónsson, J., Smith, T.D., Øien, N., and Hammond, P.S. Segregation of migration by feeding ground origin in North Atlantic humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Journal of Zoology 259, 231-237.
  • Stevick, P.T., Allen, J., Clapham, P.J., Friday, N., Katona, S.K., Larsen, F., Lien, J., Mattila, D.K., Palsbøll, P.J., Sigurjónsson, J., Smith, T.D., Øien, N., and Hammond, P.S. North Atlantic humpback whale abundance and rate of increase four decades after protection from whaling. Marine Ecology Progress Series 258, 263-273.
  • Stratoudakis, Y., Bernal, M., Borchers, D.L., Borges, M.F. and Cardador, F. Changes in the distribution of sardine eggs and larvae off Portugal, 1985-2000. Fisheries Oceanography 12, 49-60.
  • Trathan, P.N., Brierley, A.S., Brandon, M.A., Bone, D.G., Goss, C., Grant, S.A., Murphy, E.J. and Watkins, J.L. Oceanographic variability and changes in Antarctic krill abundance at South Georgia. Fisheries Oceanography12, 569-583.
  • Travis, J.M.J. Neighbourhood size, dispersal distance and the complex dynamics of the spatial Ricker model.Population Ecology 45, 227-237.
  • Travis, J.M.J. Climate change and habitat destruction: a deadly anthropogenic cocktail. Proceedings Royal Society of London, Series B Biological Sciences, 270, 467-473.
  • Viudez, A. and Dritschel, D.G. Vertical velocity in mesoscale geophysical Flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 483, 199-223.
  • Wafy, M.H., Brierley, A.S., Gull, S.F. and Watkins, J.L. Max Ent reconstructions of krill distribution and estimates of krill density from acoustic surveys at South Georgia 1996-2000. CCAMLR Science 10, 91-100.
  • Woodd-Walker, R.S., Watkins, J.L. and Brierley, A.S. Identification of Southern Ocean acoustic targets using aggregation backscatter and shape characteristics. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60, 641-649.

2002

  • Bates, C R. and Moore, C. Acoustical Methods for Marine Habitat Surveys, HydroInternational 6:1, 47-49.
  • Barlow, K E, Boyd, I L, Croxall, J P, Reid, K, Staniland, I J and Brierley, A S. Are penguins andseals in competition for Antarctic krill at South Georgia?, Marine Biology 140, 205-213.
  • Borchers, D L, Buckland, S T and Zucchini, W. Estimating Animal Abundance: ClosedPopulations. Springer Verlag, London. 314pp.
  • Brierley, A S, Fernandes, P G, Brandon, M A, Armstrong, F, Millard, N W, McPhail, S D, Stevenson, P, Pebody, M, Perrett, J, Squires, M, Bone, D G and Griffiths, G. Antarctic krill under sea ice: elevated abundance in a narrow band just south of ice edge, Science 295, 1890-1892.
  • Brierley, A S, Goss, C, Grant, S A, Watkins, J L, Reid, K, Belchier, M, Everson, I, Jessop, M J, Afanasyev, V and Robst, J. Significant intra-annual variability in krill distribution and abundance at South Georgia as revealed by multiple acoustic surveys during 2000/01, CCAMLR Science 9, 71-82.
  • Brierley, A S and Thomas, D N. Ecology of Southern Ocean pack ice, Advances in Marine Biology 43, 171-276.
  • Buckland, S T and Breiwick, J M. Estimated trends in abundance of eastern Pacific grey whales from shore counts (1967/68 to 1995/96), Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 4, 41-48.
  • Buckland, S T, Kösters, N, Newman, K B and Atkinson, R. Inference for stochastic process models: incorporating model uncertainty, Proceedings of the International Biometric Conference, 221-229.
  • Buckland, S T, Thomas, L, Marques, F F C, Strindberg, S, Hedley, S L, Pollard, J H, Borchers, D L, and Burt, M L. Distance Sampling: Recent Advances and Future Directions, Quantitative Methods for Environmental Issues, Anderson, Barnett, Chatwin and El- Shaarawi, eds. Springer-Verlag, London, 79-97.
  • Buckland, S T and York, A E. Abundance estimation, Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals, Perrin, Würsig and Thewissen, eds. Academic Press, San Diego, 1-6.
  • Cotter, A J R, Course, G P, Buckland, S T and Garrod, C. A PPS sample survey of English fishing vessels to estimate discarding and retention of North Sea cod, haddock, and whiting, Fisheries Research 55, 25-35.
  • Dritschel, D G. Vortex merger in rotating stratified flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 455, 83-101.
  • Falconer, K J. Tangent fields and the local structure of random fields, Journal of Theoretical Probability 15, 731-750.
  • Gaggiotti, O E, Jones, F, Amos, W, Harwood, J and Nichols, R A. Patterns of colonisation in a grey seal metapopulation. Nature 416: 424-427.
  • Grenfell, B T, Amos, W, Arneberg, P, Bjørnstadt, O N, Greenman, J V, Harwood, J, Lanfranchi, P, McLean, Norman, R A, Read, A F and Skorping, A. Visions for future research in wild life epidemiology. In: The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases. Hudson, P J, Rizzoli, A, Grenfell, B, Heesterbeek, H and Dobson, A P, eds. Oxford University Press, 151-164.
  • Griffiths, G, et al. (including Brierley, A S). Multidisciplinary ocean science applications of an AUV: the Autosub Science Missions programme. Technology and applications of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Griffiths, ed. Taylor and Francis, Chapter 9.
  • Harwood, J. Mass die-offs. Encyclopaedia of Marine Mammals. Perrin, W P, Würsig, B, and Thewissen, J G M, eds. Academic Press, San Diego, 724-7266.
  • Harwood, J. 2002. Mitigating the effects of acoustic disturbance in the oceans. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 12: 485-488.
  • Hess, G R, Randolph, S E, Arneberg, P, Chemini, C, Furlanello, C, Harwood, J, Roberts, M and Swinton, J. Spatial aspects of disease dynamics. The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases. Hudson, P J, Rizzoli, A, Grenfell, B, Heesterbeek, H and Dobson, A P, eds. Oxford University Press., 102-118.
  • Hewitt, R P, Watkins, J L, Naganobu, M, Tshernyshkov, P, Brierley, A S, Demer, D A, Kasatkina, S, Takao, Y, Goss, C, Malyshko, A, Brandon, M A, Kawaguchi, S, Siegel, V, Trathan, P N, Emery, J H, Everson, I and Miller, D G M. Setting a precautionary catch limit for Antarctic krill, Oceanography 15, 26-33.
  • Lawrence, M L and Bates, C R. Acoustic Ground Discrimination Techniques for Submerged Archaeological Site Investigations, Marine Technology Society Journal 35:4, 65-73.
  • Matthiopoulos, J, Moss, R and Lambin, X. The kin-facilitation hypothesis for red grouse population cycles: Dynamics of the family cluster, Ecological Modelling 147, 291-307.
  • Murrell, D R, Travis, J M J and Dytham, C. The evolution of dispersal distance in spatiallystructured populations,Oikos 97, 229-236.
  • Pollard, J H, Palka D and Buckland S T. Adaptive Line Transect Sampling, Biometrics 58, 862-870.
  • Reinaud, J N and Dritschel, D G. The merger of vertically offset quasi-geostrophic vortices, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 469, 287-315.
  • Reinaud, J N, Dritschel, D G and Koudella, C R. The shape of vortices in quasi-geostrophic turbulence, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 474, 175-192.
  • Shewry, M C, Buckland, S T and Shaw, P. Distance sampling and its application to monitoring selected species,Scottish Natural Heritage Research, Survey and Monitoring Report No 177.
  • Travis, J M J. Climate change and habitat destruction: a deadly anthropogenic cocktail, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B Series 270, 467-473.
  • Travis, J M J and Dytham, C. Dispersal evolution during invasions, Evolutionary Ecology Research 4, 1119-1129.
  • Travis, J M J and Travis, E R. Mutator dynamics in fluctuating environments, Proceedings of the Royal Society of LondonB Series 269, 591-597.
  • Viudez, A and Dritschel, D G. An explicit potential vorticity conserving approach to modeling nonlinear internal gravity waves, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 458, 75-101.
  • Ward, P, Whitehouse, M J, Meredith, M, Murphy, E J, Shreeve, R S, Korb, R, Watkins, J L, Thorpe, S E, Woodd-Walker, R S, Brierley, A S, Cunningham, N J, Grant, S A and Bone, D G. The Southern Antarctic Circumpolar Current Front: physical and biological coupling at South Georgia, Deep-Sea Research Part I – Oceanographic Research Papers 49, 2183-2202.
  • Watkins, J L and Brierley, A S. Verification of acoustic techniques used to identify and size Antarctic krill, ICES Journal of Marine Science 59,1326-1336.
  • Wood, S N and Augustin, N H. GAMs with integrated model selection using penalized regression splines and applications to environmental modelling, Ecological Modelling 157, 157-177.
  • Yee, T.W., Mackenzie, M.; “Vector generalized additive models in plant ecology”; Ecological Modelling157:141-156

2001

  • Bernal, M., Borchers, D.L., Valdes, L., Lago de Lanzos, A. and Buckland, S.T. (2001) A new ageing method for eggs of fish species with daily spawning synchronicity Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58 2330-2340
  • Fewster, R.M. and Buckland, S.T. (2001) Similarity indices for spatial ecological data. Biometrics 57 495-501
  • Lennert-Cody, C.E., Buckland, S.T. and Marques, F.F.C. (2001) Trends in dolphin abundance estimated from fisheries data: a cautionary note Journal of Cetacean Research Management 305-319
  • Marques, F.F.C., Buckland, S.T., Goffin, D., Dixon, C.E., Borchers, D.L., Mayle, B.A. and Peace, A.J. (2001) Estimating deer abundance from line transect surveys of dung: sika deer in southern Scotland Journal of Applied Ecology 38 349-363

2000

  • Buckland, S.T., Augustin, N.H., Trenkel, V.M., Elston, D.A. and Borchers, D.L. (2000) Simulated inference, with applications to wildlife population assessment Metron 58 3-22
  • Buckland, S.T., Goudie, I.B.J. and Borchers, D.L. (2000) Wildlife population assessment: past developments, future directions Biometrics 65 1-12
  • Fewster, R.M., Buckland, S.T., Siriwardena, G.M., Baillie, S.R. and Wilson, J.D. (2000) Analysis of population trends for farmland birds using generalized additive models Ecology 81 1970-1984
  • Trenkel, V.M., Elston, D.A. and Buckland, S.T. (2000) Calibrating population dynamics models to count cull data using sequential importance sampling Journal of the American Statistical Association 95 363-374