Author Archives: brendanwintle
I find myself drawn back to blogosphere by a nice short comment about simulation in ecology by Vıtezslav Moudry (sorry – can’t seem to get the accents over the relevant letters!) in Journal of Biogeography. The comment highlights the impact that … Continue reading
Imperfect detection impacts the performance of species distribution models that’s online early with Global Ecology and Biogeography… Its one of a couple of papers we’re working on that aim to clarify and quantify the influence of imperfect detection on inference … Continue reading
Terry Walshe, Kirsten Parris, Mick McCarthy and I have a new paper out in the journal Diversity and Distributions that tackles the issue of how to determine the probability that a species occupies a given location after a number of … Continue reading
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Ecological–economic optimization of biodiversity conservation under climate change – Published this week in Nature Climate Change: Wintle et al. 2011 See a summary of the findings on The Conversation And some media attention from ABC News!