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Angela Fuller
Angela Fuller
Leader, NY Coop Unit, Professor, Cornell University
E-mail megerősítve itt: cornell.edu - Kezdőlap
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Trap configuration and spacing influences parameter estimates in spatial capture-recapture models
CC Sun, AK Fuller, JA Royle
PloS one 9 (2), e88025, 2014
2112014
Integrating resource selection information with spatial capture–recapture
JA Royle, RB Chandler, CC Sun, AK Fuller
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (6), 520-530, 2013
1802013
Stand scale effects of partial harvesting and clearcutting on small mammals and forest structure
AK Fuller, DJ Harrison, HJ Lachowski
Forest Ecology and Management 191 (1-3), 373-386, 2004
1672004
Unifying population and landscape ecology with spatial capture–recapture
JA Royle, AK Fuller, C Sutherland
Ecography 41 (3), 444-456, 2018
1562018
Modelling non‐Euclidean movement and landscape connectivity in highly structured ecological networks
C Sutherland, AK Fuller, JA Royle
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2), 169-177, 2015
1422015
Examining the occupancy–density relationship for a low‐density carnivore
DW Linden, AK Fuller, JA Royle, MP Hare
Journal of applied ecology 54 (6), 2043-2052, 2017
1322017
Influence of partial timber harvesting on American martens in north‐central Maine
AK Fuller, DJ Harrison
The Journal of Wildlife Management 69 (2), 710-722, 2005
1252005
Computational sustainability: Computing for a better world and a sustainable future
C Gomes, T Dietterich, C Barrett, J Conrad, B Dilkina, S Ermon, F Fang, ...
Communications of the ACM 62 (9), 56-65, 2019
1122019
Winter habitat selection by Canada lynx in Maine: prey abundance or accessibility?
AK Fuller, DJ Harrison, JH Vashon
The journal of wildlife management 71 (6), 1980-1986, 2007
942007
Estimating population density and connectivity of American mink using spatial capture–recapture
AK Fuller, CS Sutherland, JA Royle, MP Hare
Ecological Applications 26 (4), 1125-1135, 2016
912016
Looking beyond research in doctoral education
SP Campbell, AK Fuller, DAG Patrick
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (3), 153-160, 2005
892005
Spatial capture–recapture models allowing Markovian transience or dispersal
JA Royle, AK Fuller, C Sutherland
Population ecology 58 (1), 53-62, 2016
872016
Management decision making for fisher populations informed by occupancy modeling
AK Fuller, DW Linden, JA Royle
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (5), 794-802, 2016
802016
Lions and leopards coexist without spatial, temporal or demographic effects of interspecific competition
JRB Miller, RT Pitman, GKH Mann, AK Fuller, GA Balme
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (6), 1709-1726, 2018
622018
Movement paths reveal scale-dependent habitat decisions by Canada lynx
AK Fuller, DJ Harrison
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (5), 1269-1279, 2010
592010
Integration of social and ecological sciences for natural resource decision making: challenges and opportunities
KF Robinson, AK Fuller, RC Stedman, WF Siemer, DJ Decker
Environmental management 63, 565-573, 2019
532019
Nest survival of wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in a mixed use landscape: influences at nest-site and patch scales
AK Fuller, SM Spohr, DJ Harrison, FA Servello
Wildlife Biology 19 (2), 138-146, 2013
492013
Model‐based estimators of density and connectivity to inform conservation of spatially structured populations
DJ Morin, AK Fuller, JA Royle, C Sutherland
Ecosphere 8 (1), e01623, 2017
472017
Likelihood analysis of spatial capture‐recapture models for stratified or class structured populations
JA Royle, C Sutherland, AK Fuller, CC Sun
Ecosphere 6 (2), 1-11, 2015
46*2015
Can managers compensate for coyote predation of white‐tailed deer?
KF Robinson, DR Diefenbach, AK Fuller, JE Hurst, CS Rosenberry
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (4), 571-579, 2014
462014
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