Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Implications of location accuracy and data volume for home range estimation and fine-scale movement analysis: comparing Argos and Fastloc-GPS tracking data. Marine Biology 164(10)
  2. & Fathers matter: male body mass affects life-history traits in a size-dimorphic seabird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1854), 20170397
  3. & Trait-matching and mass effect determine the functional response of herbivore communities to land-use intensification. Functional Ecology
  4. & Global patterns of terrestrial assemblage turnover within and among land uses. Ecography
  5. & Impact of changing wind conditions on foraging and incubation success in male and female wandering albatrosses. Journal of Animal Ecology
  6. & Dynamic Range Size Analysis of Territorial Animals: An Optimality Approach. The American Naturalist 188(4), 460-474.
  7. & Local biodiversity is higher inside than outside terrestrial protected areas worldwide. Nature Communications 7, 12306
  8. & Contrasting movement strategies among juvenile albatrosses and petrels. Scientific Reports 6, 26103
  9. EDITORIAL: Stuck in motion? Reconnecting questions and tools in movement ecology. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(1), 5-10.
  10. & ‘You shall not pass!’: quantifying barrier permeability and proximity avoidance by animals. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(1), 43-53.
  11. & Ecological traits affect the sensitivity of bees to land-use pressures in European agricultural landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology
  12. & Traits of neighbouring plants and space limitation determine intraspecific trait variability in semi-arid shrublands. Journal of Ecology 103(6), 1647-1657.
  13. & Organic fields sustain weed metacommunity dynamics in farmland landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282(1808), 20150002-20150002.
  14. et. al. Global effects of land use on local terrestrial biodiversity. Nature 520(7545), 45-50.
  15. & Functional diversity enhances the resistance of ecosystem multifunctionality to aridity in Mediterranean drylands. New Phytologist 206(2), 660-671.
  16. & Effects of Trophy Hunting Leftovers on the Ranging Behaviour of Large Carnivores: A Case Study on Spotted Hyenas. PLOS ONE 10(3), e0121471
  17. & Crop succession and habitat preferences drive the distribution and abundance of carabid beetles in an agricultural landscape. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 199, 282-289.
  18. & Herbivore effect traits and their impact on plant community biomass: an experimental test using grasshoppers. Functional Ecology 29(5), 650-661.
  19. & Fire, humans and climate: modeling distribution dynamics of boreal forest waterbirds. Ecological Applications 24(1), 121-141.
  20. & Do trappers understand marten habitat?. The Journal of Wildlife Management 77(2), 379-391.
  21. & Functional differences between alien and native species: do biotic interactions determine the functional structure of highly invaded grasslands?. Functional Ecology 27(5), 1262-1272.
  22. & Uncovering multiscale effects of aridity and biotic interactions on the functional structure of Mediterranean shrublands. Journal of Ecology 101(3), 637-649.
  23. & Seasonality, weather and climate affect home range size in roe deer across a wide latitudinal gradient within Europe. Journal of Animal Ecology 82(6), 1326-1339.
  24. & Comment on "Productivity Is a Poor Predictor of Plant Species Richness". Science 335(6075), 1441-1441.
  25. & Could you please phrase “home range” as a question?. Journal of Mammalogy 93(4), 890-902.
  26. & From migration to nomadism: movement variability in a northern ungulate across its latitudinal range. Ecological Applications 22(7), 2007-2020.
  27. & Habitat filtering and niche differentiation jointly explain species relative abundance within grassland communities along fertility and disturbance gradients. New Phytologist 196(2), 497-509.
  28. & A model-driven approach to quantify migration patterns: individual, regional and yearly differences. Journal of Animal Ecology 80(2), 466-476.
  29. & Lost in space? Searching for directions in the spatial modelling of individuals, populations and species ranges. Biology Letters 6(5), 575-578.
  30. & Memory keeps you at home: a mechanistic model for home range emergence. Oikos 118(5), 641-652.
  31. & Are there general mechanisms of animal home range behaviour? A review and prospects for future research. Ecology Letters 11(6), 637-650.
  32. & Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(49), 19114-19119.
  33. & Coming out of the ivory tower: how to ensure that ecological modelling research remains practical and applied. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 38(4), 64-66.
  34. & Effects of sampling regime on the mean and variance of home range size estimates. Journal of Animal Ecology 75(6), 1393-1405.
  35. & An Integrated Approach to Identify Spatiotemporal and Individual‐Level Determinants of Animal Home Range Size. The American Naturalist 168(4), 471-485.

Book Chapters

  1. & Quantifying individual differences in dispersal using net squared displacement. In Jean Clobert, Michel Baguette, Tim G. Benton, and James M. Bullock (Ed.), Dispersal Ecology and Evolution. (pp. 222-230). Oxford University Press.
  2. & Migration quantified: Constructing models and linking them with data. In E.J. Milner-Gulland, John M. Fryxell, and Anthony R.E. Sinclair (Ed.), Animal Migration: A Synthesis.. (pp. 111-128). Oxford: Oxford University Press.