Simon Pittman
Simon Pittman
Oxford Seascape Ecology Lab
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Seascape ecology of coastal biogenic habitats: advances, gaps, and challenges
C Boström, SJ Pittman, C Simenstad, RT Kneib
Marine Ecology Progress Series 427, 191-217, 2011
3372011
Movements of marine fish and decapod crustaceans: process, theory and application
SJ Pittman, CA McAlpine
Advances in Marine Biology 44, 205-294, 2003
2742003
Multi-scale approach for predicting fish species distributions across coral reef seascapes
SJ Pittman, KA Brown
PloS one 6 (5), e20583, 2011
2232011
Predictive mapping of fish species richness across shallow-water seascapes in the Caribbean
SJ Pittman, JD Christensen, C Caldow, C Menza, ME Monaco
ecological modelling 204 (1-2), 9-21, 2007
1992007
Using lidar bathymetry and boosted regression trees to predict the diversity and abundance of fish and corals
SJ Pittman, BM Costa, TA Battista
Journal of Coastal Research, 27-38, 2009
1982009
Linking fish and prawns to their environment: a hierarchical landscape approach
SJ Pittman, CA McAlpine, KM Pittman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 283, 233-254, 2004
1972004
Comparative evaluation of airborne LiDAR and ship-based multibeam SoNAR bathymetry and intensity for mapping coral reef ecosystems
BM Costa, TA Battista, SJ Pittman
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (5), 1082-1100, 2009
1642009
A landscape ecology approach for the study of ecological connectivity across tropical marine seascapes
R Grober-Dunsmore, SJ Pittman, C Caldow, MS Kendall, TK Frazer
Ecological connectivity among tropical coastal ecosystems, 493-530, 2009
1242009
Using seascape types to explain the spatial patterns of fish in the mangroves of SW Puerto Rico
SJ Pittman, C Caldow, SD Hile, ME Monaco
Marine Ecology Progress Series 348, 273-284, 2007
1212007
Fish spawning aggregations: where well‐placed management actions can yield big benefits for fisheries and conservation
B Erisman, W Heyman, S Kobara, T Ezer, S Pittman, O Aburto‐Oropeza, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (1), 128-144, 2017
1142017
Quantifying seascape structure: extending terrestrial spatial pattern metrics to the marine realm
LM Wedding, CA Lepczyk, SJ Pittman, AM Friedlander, S Jorgensen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 427, 219-232, 2011
1082011
Quantifying the conservation value of seascape connectivity: a global synthesis
AD Olds, RM Connolly, KA Pitt, SJ Pittman, PS Maxwell, CM Huijbers, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (1), 3-15, 2016
1072016
Practicing coastal seascape ecology
SJ Pittman, R Kneib, CA Simenstad
Mar Ecol. Prog. Ser 427, 187-90, 2011
1072011
Diel movements of fishes linked to benthic seascape structure in a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem
S Hitt, SJ Pittman, RS Nemeth
Marine Ecology Progress Series 427, 275-291, 2011
982011
Benthic structure and cryptic mortality in a Caribbean mesophotic coral reef bank system, the Hind Bank Marine Conservation District, US Virgin Islands
TB Smith, J Blondeau, RS Nemeth, SJ Pittman, JM Calnan, E Kadison, ...
Coral Reefs 29 (2), 289-308, 2010
762010
Defining the qualitative elements of Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 with regard to the marine and coastal environment in order to strengthen global efforts for marine …
SE Rees, NL Foster, O Langmead, S Pittman, DE Johnson
Marine Policy 93, 241-250, 2018
602018
Fish with chips: tracking reef fish movements to evaluate size and connectivity of Caribbean marine protected areas
SJ Pittman, ME Monaco, AM Friedlander, B Legare, RS Nemeth, ...
PLoS One 9 (5), e96028, 2014
602014
Seascape ecology
SJ Pittman
John Wiley & Sons, 2017
562017
Patterns of scale-dependency and the influence of map resolution on the seascape ecology of reef fish
MS Kendall, TJ Miller, SJ Pittman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 427, 259-274, 2011
462011
Biogeography of transient reef-fish spawning aggregations in the Caribbean
RN Hughes, DJ Hughes, IP Smith, S Kobara, WD Heyman, SJ Pittman, ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, Volume 51, 281-326, 2013
44*2013
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