Journal Articles

  1. Borger, L. Individual Variability in Dispersal and Invasion Speed Mathematics 7 9 795
  2. Garcia De Leaniz, C., Consuegra del Olmo, S., Borger, L., Jones, J. A comprehensive assessment of stream fragmentation in Great Britain Science of The Total Environment 673 756 762
  3. Wilson, R., Shepard, E., Borger, L. Estimates for energy expenditure in free‐living animals using acceleration proxies; a reappraisal Journal of Animal Ecology
  4. Shepard, E., King, A., Borger, L. Social eavesdropping allows for a more risky gliding strategy by thermal-soaring birds Journal of The Royal Society Interface 15 148 20180578
  5. Wilson, R., Borger, L. Finding turning-points in ultra-high-resolution animal movement data Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 10 2091 2101
  6. Borger, L. Declining home range area predicts reduced late-life survival in two wild ungulate populations Ecology Letters 21 7 1001 1009
  7. Shepard, E., Borger, L. The Ornithodolite as a tool to quantify animal space use and habitat selection; a case study with birds diving in tidal waters Integrative Zoology
  8. Borger, L. Net displacement and temporal scaling: Model fitting, interpretation and implementation Methods in Ecology and Evolution
  9. Borger, L. Socially informed dispersal in a territorial cooperative breeder Journal of Animal Ecology
  10. Wilson, R., Borger, L. Making sense of ultrahigh-resolution movement data: A new algorithm for inferring sites of interest Ecology and Evolution
  11. Esteban, N., Borger, L. 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
  12. Borger, L. 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
  13. Borger, L. Trait-matching and mass effect determine the functional response of herbivore communities to land-use intensification Functional Ecology
  14. Borger, L. Global patterns of terrestrial assemblage turnover within and among land uses Ecography
  15. Borger, L. Impact of changing wind conditions on foraging and incubation success in male and female wandering albatrosses Journal of Animal Ecology
  16. Borger, L. Dynamic Range Size Analysis of Territorial Animals: An Optimality Approach The American Naturalist 188 4 460 474
  17. Borger, L. Local biodiversity is higher inside than outside terrestrial protected areas worldwide Nature Communications 7 12306
  18. Borger, L. Contrasting movement strategies among juvenile albatrosses and petrels Scientific Reports 6 26103
  19. Borger, L. EDITORIAL: Stuck in motion? Reconnecting questions and tools in movement ecology Journal of Animal Ecology 85 1 5 10
  20. Borger, L. ‘You shall not pass!’: quantifying barrier permeability and proximity avoidance by animals Journal of Animal Ecology 85 1 43 53
  21. Borger, L. Ecological traits affect the sensitivity of bees to land-use pressures in European agricultural landscapes Journal of Applied Ecology
  22. Borger, L. Traits of neighbouring plants and space limitation determine intraspecific trait variability in semi-arid shrublands Journal of Ecology 103 6 1647 1657
  23. Borger, L. Organic fields sustain weed metacommunity dynamics in farmland landscapes Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 1808 20150002 20150002
  24. Borger, L. Global effects of land use on local terrestrial biodiversity Nature 520 7545 45 50
  25. Borger, L. Functional diversity enhances the resistance of ecosystem multifunctionality to aridity in Mediterranean drylands New Phytologist 206 2 660 671
  26. Borger, L. Effects of Trophy Hunting Leftovers on the Ranging Behaviour of Large Carnivores: A Case Study on Spotted Hyenas PLOS ONE 10 3 e0121471
  27. Borger, L. Crop succession and habitat preferences drive the distribution and abundance of carabid beetles in an agricultural landscape Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 199 282 289
  28. Borger, L. Herbivore effect traits and their impact on plant community biomass: an experimental test using grasshoppers Functional Ecology 29 5 650 661
  29. Borger, L. Fire, humans and climate: modeling distribution dynamics of boreal forest waterbirds Ecological Applications 24 1 121 141
  30. Borger, L. Do trappers understand marten habitat? The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 2 379 391
  31. Borger, L. Functional differences between alien and native species: do biotic interactions determine the functional structure of highly invaded grasslands? Functional Ecology 27 5 1262 1272
  32. Borger, L. Uncovering multiscale effects of aridity and biotic interactions on the functional structure of Mediterranean shrublands Journal of Ecology 101 3 637 649
  33. Borger, L. 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
  34. Borger, L. Comment on "Productivity Is a Poor Predictor of Plant Species Richness" Science 335 6075 1441 1441
  35. Borger, L. Could you please phrase “home range” as a question? Journal of Mammalogy 93 4 890 902
  36. Borger, L. From migration to nomadism: movement variability in a northern ungulate across its latitudinal range Ecological Applications 22 7 2007 2020
  37. Borger, L. Habitat filtering and niche differentiation jointly explain species relative abundance within grassland communities along fertility and disturbance gradients New Phytologist 196 2 497 509
  38. Borger, L. A model-driven approach to quantify migration patterns: individual, regional and yearly differences Journal of Animal Ecology 80 2 466 476
  39. Borger, L. Lost in space? Searching for directions in the spatial modelling of individuals, populations and species ranges Biology Letters 6 5 575 578
  40. Borger, L. Memory keeps you at home: a mechanistic model for home range emergence Oikos 118 5 641 652
  41. Borger, L. Are there general mechanisms of animal home range behaviour? A review and prospects for future research Ecology Letters 11 6 637 650
  42. Borger, L. Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 49 19114 19119
  43. Borger, L. 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
  44. Borger, L. Effects of sampling regime on the mean and variance of home range size estimates Journal of Animal Ecology 75 6 1393 1405
  45. Borger, L. 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. Borger, L. Modelling and Projecting the Response of Local Terrestrial Biodiversity Worldwide to Land Use and Related Pressures: The PREDICTS Project (Ed.), Next Generation Biomonitoring: Part 1 241 Academic Press
  2. Borger, L. Challenges With Inferring How Land-Use Affects Terrestrial Biodiversity: Study Design, Time, Space and Synthesis (Ed.), Next Generation Biomonitoring: Part 1 163 199 Academic Press
  3. Borger, L. Quantifying individual differences in dispersal using net squared displacement (Ed.), Dispersal Ecology and Evolution 222 230 Oxford University Press
  4. Borger, L. Migration quantified: Constructing models and linking them with data (Ed.), Animal Migration: A Synthesis. 111 128 Oxford Oxford University Press