Dr Patrick E. Osborne
Dr Patrick E. Osborne
Centre for Environmental Sciences, University of Southampton
Verified email at soton.ac.uk
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Collinearity: a review of methods to deal with it and a simulation study evaluating their performance
CF Dormann, J Elith, S Bacher, C Buchmann, G Carl, G Carré, ...
Ecography 36 (1), 27-46, 2013
40612013
Modelling landscape‐scale habitat use using GIS and remote sensing: a case study with great bustards
PE Osborne, JC Alonso, RG Bryant
Journal of applied ecology 38 (2), 458-471, 2001
5362001
Responses of birds of different biogeographic origins and habitat requirements to agricultural land abandonment in northern Spain
S Suárez-Seoane, PE Osborne, J Baudry
Biological Conservation 105 (3), 333-344, 2002
2282002
The distribution of passerine birds in hedgerows during the breeding season in relation to characteristics of the hedgerow and adjacent farmland
RE Green, PE Osborne, EJ Sears
Journal of Applied Ecology, 677-692, 1994
2171994
Large‐scale habitat selection by agricultural steppe birds in Spain: identifying species–habitat responses using generalized additive models
S Suárez‐Seoane, PE Osborne, JC Alonso
Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (5), 755-771, 2002
2122002
Choice of predictor variables as a source of uncertainty in continental‐scale species distribution modelling under climate change
NW Synes, PE Osborne
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (6), 904-914, 2011
1762011
Should data be partitioned spatially before building large-scale distribution models?
PE Osborne, S Suárez-Seoane
Ecological Modelling 157 (2-3), 249-259, 2002
1722002
Interpreting bird atlas data using logistic models: an example from Lesotho, Southern Africa
PE Osborne, BJ Tigar
Journal of applied ecology, 55-62, 1992
1701992
Non‐stationarity and local approaches to modelling the distributions of wildlife
PE Osborne, GM Foody, S Suárez‐Seoane
Diversity and Distributions 13 (3), 313-323, 2007
1562007
Bird numbers and habitat characteristics in farmland hedgerows
P Osborne
Journal of Applied Ecology, 63-82, 1984
1371984
Distance to edges, edge contrast and landscape fragmentation: interactions affecting farmland birds around forest plantations
L Reino, P Beja, PE Osborne, R Morgado, A Fabião, JT Rotenberry
Biological Conservation 142 (4), 824-838, 2009
1282009
Selecting suitable habitats for reintroductions: variation, change and the role of species distribution modelling
PE Osborne, PJ Seddon
Reintroduction biology: integrating science and management 1, 2012
1162012
Maximum entropy niche-based modelling of seasonal changes in little bustard (Tetrax tetrax) distribution
S Suárez-Seoane, ELG de la Morena, MBM Prieto, PE Osborne, ...
ecological modelling 219 (1-2), 17-29, 2008
852008
The contribution of nest site characteristics to breeding‐success among blackbirds Turdus merula
P Osborne, L Osborne
Ibis 122 (4), 512-517, 1980
851980
Identifying the global potential for baobab tree cultivation using ecological niche modelling
AC Sanchez, PE Osborne, N Haq
Agroforestry systems 80 (2), 191-201, 2010
642010
It's hard to share: Joint service placement and request scheduling in edge clouds with sharable and non-sharable resources
T He, H Khamfroush, S Wang, T La Porta, S Stein
2018 IEEE 38th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems …, 2018
622018
Gap-crossing decisions of woodland songbirds in Scotland: an experimental approach
HP Creegan, PE Osborne
Journal of Applied Ecology, 678-687, 2005
602005
Climate change and the African baobab (Adansonia digitata L.): the need for better conservation strategies
AC Sanchez, PE Osborne, N Haq
African Journal of Ecology 49 (2), 234-245, 2011
552011
Effects of species and habitat positional errors on the performance and interpretation of species distribution models
PE Osborne, PJ Leitão
Diversity and Distributions 15 (4), 671-681, 2009
532009
Combining GPS & survey data improves understanding of visitor behaviour
D East, P Osborne, S Kemp, T Woodfine
Tourism Management 61, 307-320, 2017
492017
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