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Laura Jane Graham
Laura Jane Graham
Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
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Incorporating geodiversity in ecosystem service decisions
N Fox, LJ Graham, F Eigenbrod, JM Bullock, KE Parks
Ecosystems and People 16 (1), 151-159, 2020
342020
An analytical framework for spatially targeted management of natural capital
R Spake, C Bellamy, LJ Graham, K Watts, T Wilson, LR Norton, CM Wood, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (2), 90-97, 2019
332019
Incorporating fine‐scale environmental heterogeneity into broad‐extent models
LJ Graham, R Spake, S Gillings, K Watts, F Eigenbrod
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (6), 767-778, 2019
262019
Spatial models of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur stable isotope distributions (isoscapes) across a shelf sea: An INLA approach
K St. John Glew, LJ Graham, RAR McGill, CN Trueman
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 518-531, 2019
222019
Future geographic patterns of novel and disappearing assemblages across three dimensions of diversity: A case study with Ecuadorian hummingbirds
LJ Graham, BG Weinstein, SR Supp, CH Graham
Diversity and Distributions 23 (8), 944-954, 2017
172017
Identifying agricultural frontiers for modeling global cropland expansion
F Eigenbrod, M Beckmann, S Dunnett, L Graham, RA Holland, P Meyfroidt, ...
One Earth 3 (4), 504-514, 2020
162020
Scale dependency in drivers of outdoor recreation in England
LJ Graham, F Eigenbrod
People and Nature 1 (3), 406-416, 2019
152019
“photosearcher” package in R: An accessible and reproducible method for harvesting large datasets from Flickr
N Fox, T August, F Mancini, KE Parks, F Eigenbrod, JM Bullock, L Sutter, ...
SoftwareX 12, 100624, 2020
122020
Mapping access to domestic water supplies from incomplete data in developing countries: An illustrative assessment for Kenya
W Yu, NA Wardrop, RES Bain, V Alegana, LJ Graham, JA Wright
PloS one 14 (5), e0216923, 2019
122019
Using citizen science data for conservation planning: methods for quality control and downscaling for use in stochastic patch occupancy modelling
LJ Graham, RH Haines-Young, R Field
Biological Conservation 192, 65-73, 2015
122015
Reddit: A novel data source for cultural ecosystem service studies
N Fox, LJ Graham, F Eigenbrod, JM Bullock, KE Parks
Ecosystem Services 50, 101331, 2021
102021
Metapopulation modelling of long-term urban habitat-loss scenarios
LJ Graham, RH Haines-Young, R Field
Landscape Ecology 32 (5), 989-1003, 2017
92017
Enriching social media data allows a more robust representation of cultural ecosystem services
N Fox, LJ Graham, F Eigenbrod, JM Bullock, KE Parks
Ecosystem Services 50, 101328, 2021
62021
Survival estimates of bird species across altered habitats in the tropical Andes
BA Tinoco, L Graham, PX Astudillo, A Nieto, JM Aguilar, SC Latta, ...
Journal of Field Ornithology 90 (2), 105-116, 2019
52019
Where next for macroecology: citizen macroecology?
LJ Graham, J Bailey, AC Algar, R Field
Frontiers of Biogeography 6 (1), 16-19, 2014
42014
Isoscape models of the Southern Ocean: Predicting spatial and temporal variability in carbon and nitrogen isotope compositions of particulate organic matter
K St John Glew, B Espinasse, BPV Hunt, EA Pakhomov, SJ Bury, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 35 (9), e2020GB006901, 2021
32021
Open-source tools in R for landscape ecology
MHK Hesselbarth, J Nowosad, J Signer, LJ Graham
Current Landscape Ecology Reports 6 (3), 97-111, 2021
32021
Ignoring the spatial structure of the sea cucumber Isostichopus fuscus distribution when granting quotas can be costly
LE Calderon-Aguilera, LJ Graham, F Eigenbrod
Ocean & Coastal Management 178, 104859, 2019
32019
The incidence function model as a tool for landscape-scale ecological impact assessments
LJ Graham, RH Haines-Young, R Field
Landscape and Urban Planning 170, 187-194, 2018
32018
Strengthening urban landscape planning: a metapopulation modelling framework
LJ Graham, R Field, RH Haines-Young
Urban Landscape Ecology, 247-262, 2016
22016
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