Steffen Oppel
Steffen Oppel
Senior Conservation Scientist, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
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Invasive mammal eradication on islands results in substantial conservation gains
HP Jones, ND Holmes, SHM Butchart, BR Tershy, PJ Kappes, I Corkery, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 4033-4038, 2016
Outstanding challenges in the transferability of ecological models
KL Yates, PJ Bouchet, MJ Caley, K Mengersen, CF Randin, S Parnell, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (10), 790-802, 2018
Comparison of five modelling techniques to predict the spatial distribution and abundance of seabirds
S Oppel, A Meirinho, I Ramírez, B Gardner, AF O’Connell, PI Miller, ...
Biological Conservation 156, 94-104, 2012
Applying global criteria to tracking data to define important areas for marine conservation
BG Lascelles, PR Taylor, MGR Miller, MP Dias, S Oppel, L Torres, A Hedd, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (4), 422-431, 2016
Global population collapse in a superabundant migratory bird and illegal trapping in China
J Kamp, S Oppel, AA Ananin, YA Durnev, SN Gashev, N Hölzel, ...
Conservation biology 29 (6), 1684-1694, 2015
Eradication of invasive mammals on islands inhabited by humans and domestic animals
S Oppel, BM Beaven, M Bolton, J Vickery, TW Bodey
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 232-240, 2011
Persistent electrocution mortality of Egyptian Vultures Neophron percnopterus over 28 years in East Africa
I Angelov, I Hashim, S Oppel
Bird Conservation International 23 (1), 1-6, 2013
Unstructured citizen science data fail to detect long‐term population declines of common birds in Denmark
J Kamp, S Oppel, H Heldbjerg, T Nyegaard, PF Donald
Diversity and Distributions 22 (10), 1024-1035, 2016
High juvenile mortality during migration in a declining population of a long‐distance migratory raptor
S Oppel, V Dobrev, V Arkumarev, V Saravia, A Bounas, E Kret, M Velevski, ...
Ibis 157 (3), 545-557, 2015
Globally important islands where eradicating invasive mammals will benefit highly threatened vertebrates
ND Holmes, DR Spatz, S Oppel, B Tershy, DA Croll, B Keitt, P Genovesi, ...
PLoS One 14 (3), e0212128, 2019
Prioritizing islands for the eradication of invasive vertebrates in the UK overseas territories
J Dawson, S Oppel, R Cuthbert, N Holmes, JP Bird, S Butchart, D Spatz, ...
Conservation Biology 29, 143-153, 2015
Habitat selection by the pale-headed brush-finch (Atlapetes pallidiceps) in southern Ecuador: implications for conservation
S Oppel, HM Schaefer, V Schmidt, B Schröder
Biological Conservation 118 (1), 33-40, 2004
Estimating population size of a nocturnal burrow-nesting seabird using acoustic monitoring and habitat mapping
S Oppel, S Hervias, N Oliveira, T Pipa, C Silva, P Geraldes, M Goh, ...
Pensoft Publishers, 2014
Timing and distance of King Eider migration and winter movements
S Oppel, AN Powell, DL Dickson
The Condor 110 (2), 296-305, 2008
Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds
S Oppel, M Bolton, APB Carneiro, MP Dias, JA Green, JF Masello, ...
Marine Policy 98, 37-46, 2018
Habitat associations of an Odonata community in a lower montane rainforest in Papua New Guinea
S Oppel
International Journal of Odonatology 8 (2), 243-257, 2005
Factors influencing the detection of beach plastic debris
JL Lavers, S Oppel, AL Bond
Marine environmental research 119, 245-251, 2016
Importance of lethal control of invasive predators for island conservation
JC Russell, HP Jones, DP Armstrong, F Courchamp, PJ Kappes, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (3), 670-672, 2016
Foraging distribution of a tropical seabird supports Ashmole’s hypothesis of population regulation
S Oppel, A Beard, D Fox, E Mackley, E Leat, L Henry, E Clingham, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (6), 915-926, 2015
Comparison of two Odonata communities from a natural and a modified rainforest in Papua New Guinea
S Oppel
International Journal of Odonatology 9 (1), 89-102, 2006
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