• Nüst, D., Eddelbuettel, D., Bennett, D., Cannoodt, R., Clark, D., Daróczi, G., Edmondson, M., Fay, C., Hughes, E., Kjeldgaard, L., Lopp, S., Marwick, B., Nolis, H., Nolis, J., Ooi, H., Ram, K., Ross, N., Shepherd, L., Sólymos, P., Swetnam, T. L., Turaga, N., Van Petegem, C., Williams, J., Willis, C., Xiao, N., 2020. The Rockerverse: packages and applications for containerisation with R. The R Journal, 12: 437–461. —  journal website fulltext PDF GitHub repository.
  • Yip, D. A., Knight, E. C., Haave-Audet, E., Wilson, S. J., Charchuk, C., Scott, C. D., Sólymos, P., and Bayne, E. M., 2020. Sound level measurements from audio recordings provide objective distance estimates for distance sampling wildlife populations. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 6: 301–315. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Nagy-Reis, M., Dickie, M., Sólymos, P., Gilbert, S., DeMars, C., Serrouya, R., and Boutin, S., 2020. WildLift: An open-source tool to guide decisions for wildlife conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8: 564508. —  fulltext PDF WildLift R package.
  • Kirk, D. A., Sólymos, P., Hall, J., and Hyslop, C., 2020. Predicting effects of selection cutting on avian diversity and abundance in shade-tolerant hardwood forests of Central Ontario. Forest Ecology and Management, xx: xx–xx. —  journal website.
  • Leston, L., Bayne, E., Dzus, E., Sólymos, P., Moore, T., Andison, D., Cheyne, D., and Carlson, M., 2020. Quantifying long-term bird population responses to simulated harvest plans and cumulative effects of disturbance. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8:252. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Knight, E. C, Sólymos, P., Scott, C., and Bayne, E. M., 2020. Validation prediction: a flexible protocol to increase efficiency of automated acoustic processing for wildlife research. Ecological Applications, 30: e02140. —  journal website.
  • Sólymos, P., Toms, J. D., Matsuoka, S. M., Cumming, S. G., Barker, N. K. S., Thogmartin, W. E., Stralberg, D., Crosby, A. D., Dénes, F. V., Haché, S., Mahon, C. L., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., and Bayne, E. M., 2020. Lessons learned from comparing spatially explicit models and the Partners in Flight approach to estimate population sizes of boreal birds in Alberta, Canada. Condor, xx: xx–xx. —  journal website fulltext PDF supporting material.
  • Cadieux, P., Boulanger, Y., Cyr, D., Taylor, A. R., Price, D. T., Sólymos, P., Stralberg, D., Chen, H. Y. H., Brecka, A., and Tremblay, J. A., 2020. Projected effects of climate change on boreal bird community accentuated by anthropogenic disturbances in western boreal forest, Canada. Diversity and Distributions, 26: 668–682. —  journal website fulltext PDF.


  • Roy, C., Michel, N., Handel, C., Van Wilgenburg, S., Burkhalter, J., Gurney, K., Messmer, D., Princé, K., Rushing, C., Saracco, J., Schuster, R., Smith, A. C., Smith, P. A., Sólymos, P., Venier, L., and Zuckerberg, B., 2019. Monitoring boreal avian populations: how can we estimate trends and trajectories from noisy data? Avian Conservation and Ecology, 14(2): 8. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Westwood, A. R., Staicer, C., Sólymos, P., Haché, S., Fontaine, T., Bayne, E., and Mazerolle, D., 2019. Estimating the conservation value of protected areas in Maritime Canada for two species at risk: the Olive-sided Flycatcher (Contopus cooperi) and Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis). Avian Conservation and Ecology, 14(1): 16. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Allen, B., Morrison, S., Kariyeva, J., Sparkes, S., Hutchings, C., Hricko, B., Sólymos, P., and Huggard, D., 2019. Data collection. In: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), ABMI 10-year science and program review. pp. 29–64. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Azeria, E. T., Huggard, D. J., Roy, M.-C., and Schieck, J., 2019. Predicting species status and relationships. In: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), ABMI 10-year science and program review. pp. 65–97. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Páll-Gergely, B., Asami, T., and Sólymos, P., 2019. Subspecies description rates are higher in morphologically complex land snails. Zoologica Scripta, 48: 185–193. —  journal website.


  • Sólymos, P., Matsuoka, S. M., Cumming, S. G., Stralberg, D., Fontaine, P., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., Song, S. J., and Bayne, E. M., 2018. Evaluating time-removal models for estimating availability of boreal birds during point-count surveys: sample size requirements and model complexity. Condor, 120: 765–786. —  journal website fulltext PDF QPAD and detect R packages —  tutorial.
  • Fehér, Z., Majoros, G., Ötvös, S., Bajomi, B., and Sólymos, P., 2018. Black nerite – an aquatic snail reintroduction in Hungary. In: Soorae, P. S. (ed.) Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2018—Case-studies from around the globe. IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group (RSG), pp. 18–22. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Stralberg, D., Wang, X., Parisien, M.-A., Robinne, F.-N., Sólymos, P., Mahon, C. L., Nielsen, S. E., and Bayne, E. M., 2018. Wildfire-mediated vegetation change in boreal forests of Alberta, Canada. Ecosphere, 9(3): e02156. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Matsuoka, S. M., Stralberg, D., Barker, N. K. S., and Bayne, E. M., 2018. Phylogeny and species traits predict bird detectability. Ecography, 41: 1595–1603. —  journal website lhreg R package.
  • Fehér, Z., Jaksch, K., Szekeres, M., Haring, E., Bamberger, S., Páll-Gergely, B., and Sólymos, P., 2018. Range-constrained co-occurrence simulation reveals little niche partitioning among rock-dwelling Montenegrina land snails (Gastropoda: Clausiliidae). Journal of Biogeography, 45: 1444–1457. —  journal website fulltext PDF.


  • Pankratz, R. F., Haché, S., Sólymos, P., and Bayne, E. M., 2017. Potential benefits of augmenting road-based breeding bird surveys with autonomous recordings. Avian Conservation and Ecology, 12(2):18. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Kisfali, M., Sólymos, P., Nagy, A., Rácz, I. A., Horváth, O. and Sramkó, G., 2017. A morphometric and molecular study of the genus Pseudopodisma (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 63:293–307. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Van Wilgenburg, S. L., Sólymos, P., Kardynal, K. J. and Frey, M. D., 2017. Paired sampling standardizes point count data from humans and acoustic recorders. Avian Conservation and Ecology, 12(1):13. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Yip, D. A., Leston, L., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P. and Grover, A., 2017. Experimentally derived detection distances from audio recordings and human observers enable integrated analysis of point count data. Avian Conservation and Ecology, 12(1):11. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Fehér, Z., Majoros, G., Ötvös, S., Bajomi, B., and Sólymos, P., 2017. Successful reintroduction of the endangered Black Nerite, Theodoxus prevostianus (C. Pfeiffer, 1828) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Nertidae) in Hungary. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 83: 240–242. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Yip, D. A., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Campbell, J., and Proppe, J. D., 2017. Sound attenuation in forested and roadside environments: implications for avian point count surveys. Condor, 119:73–84. —  journal website.


  • Dénes, F., Sólymos, P., Lele, S. R., Silveira, L., and Beissinger, S., 2016. Biome scale signatures of land use change on raptor abundance: insights from single-visit detection-based models. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54:1268–1278. —  journal website detect R package.
  • Ball, J. R., Sólymos, P., Schmiegelow, F. A. K., Haché, S., Schieck, J., and Bayne, E. M., 2016. Regional habitat needs of a nationally listed species, Canada Warbler Cardellina canadensis, in Alberta, Canada. Avian Conservation and Ecology, 11(2):10. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Nordell, C. J., Haché, S., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Foster, K., Godwin, C. Krikun, R., Pyle, P., and Hobson, K. A., 2016. Within-site variation in feather stable hydrogen isotope (δ2Hf) values of boreal songbirds: implications for assignment to molt origin. PLoS ONE, 11(11):e0163957. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Mahon, C. L., Holloway, G., Sólymos, P., Cumming, S. G., Bayne, E. M., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., and Song, S. J., 2016. Community structure and niche characteristics of upland and lowland western boreal birds at multiple spatial scales. Forest Ecology and Management, 361:99–116. —  journal website.
  • Bayne, E., Leston, L., Mahon, C. L., Sólymos, P., Machtans, C., Lankau, H., Ball, J., Van Wilgenburg, S., Cumming, S. G., Fontaine, T., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., and Song, S. J., 2016. Boreal bird abundance estimates within different energy sector disturbances vary with point count radius. Condor, 118:376–390. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., and Lele, S. R., 2016. Revisiting resource selection probability functions and single-visit methods: clarification and extensions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7:196–205. —  journal website fulltext PDF detect R package GitHub site.


  • Sólymos, P., Morrison, S. F., Kariyeva, J., Schieck, J., Haughland, D. L., Azeria, E., Cobb, T., Hinchliffe, R., Kittson, J., McIntosh, A., Narwani, T., Pierossi, P., Roy, M.-C., Sandybayev, T., Boutin, S., and Bayne, E., 2015. Data and information management for the monitoring of biodiversity in Alberta. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 39:472–479. —  journal website.
  • Barker, N. K. S., Fontaine, P. C., Cumming, S. G., Stralberg, D., Westwood, A., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., Song, S. J., and Rugg, D. J., 2015. Ecological monitoring through harmonizing existing data: lessons from the Boreal Avian Modelling Project. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 39:480–487. —  journal website.
  • Stralberg, D., Bayne, E. M., Cumming, S. G., Sólymos, P., Song, S. J., and Schmiegelow, F. K. A., 2015. Conservation of future boreal forest bird communities considering lags in vegetation response to climate change: a modified refugia approach. Diversity and Distributions, 21:1112–1128. —  journal website supporting info.
  • Stralberg, D., Matsuoka, S. M., Hamann, A., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., Wang, X., Cumming, S. G. & Song, S. J., 2015. Projecting boreal bird responses to climate change: the signal exceeds the noise. Ecological Applications, 25:52–69. —  journal website supporting info.
  • Patiño, J., Sólymos, P., Carine, M., Weigelt, P., Kreft, H., and Vanderpoorten, A., 2015. Island floras are not necessarily more species-poor than continental ones. Journal of Biogeography 42:8–10. —  journal website fulltext PDF.


  • Nagy, A. & Sólymos, P., 2014. A fajszám-terület összefüggés és a kis-sziget hatás jelenlétének vizsgálata az Aggteleki-karszt fennsíki élöhely-szigeteinek Orthoptera együtteseiben [Species-area relationship and small island effect in Orthoptera assemblages of the habitat islands of the Aggtelek Karst, Hungary]. In Tóth, V., ed., Kutatások az Aggteleki Nemzeti Parkban II. [Researches in Aggtelek National Park and Biosphere Reserve II.], pp. 101–110, Jósvafö, Hungary. Aggteleki Nemzeti Park Igazgatóság. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Matsuoka, S. M., Mahon, C. L., Handel, C. M., Sólymos, P., Bayne, E. M., Fontaine, P. C., and Ralph, C. J., 2014. Reviving common standards in point-count surveys for broad inference across studies. Condor 116:599–608. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Kemencei, Z., Farkas, R., Páll-Gergely, B., Vilisics, F., Nagy, A., Hornung, E. & Sólymos, P. (2014): Microhabitat associations of land snails in forested dolinas: implications for coarse filter conservation. Community Ecology 15:180–186. —  journal website.
  • Patiño, J. Weigelt, P., Guilhaumon, F., Kreft, H., Triantis, K. A., Naranjo-Cigala, A., Sólymos, P. & Vanderpoorten, A., 2014. Differences in species-area relationships among the major lineages of land plants: a macroecological perspective. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:1275–1283. —  journal website.
  • Burton, C., Huggard, D., Bayne, E., Schieck, J., Sólymos, P., Muhly, T., Farr, D. & Boutin, S., 2014. A framework for adaptive monitoring of the cumulative effects of human footprint on biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186:3605–3617. —  journal website.
  • Mahon, C. L., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Matsuoka, S. M., Carlson, M., Dzus, E., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., Cumming, S. G., and Song, S. J., 2014. Does expected future landscape condition support proposed population objectives for boreal birds? Forest Ecology and Management 312:28–39. —  journal website.
  • Cumming, S., Stralberg, D., Lefevre, K., Sólymos, P., Bayne, E., Fang, S., Fontaine, T., Mazerolle, D., Schmiegelow, F. & Song, S., 2014. Climate and vegetation hierarchically structure patterns of songbird distribution in the Canadian boreal region. Ecography 36:137–151. —  journal website.


  • Sólymos, P., Matsuoka, S. M., Bayne, E. M., Lele, S. R., Fontaine, P., Cumming, S. G., Stralberg, D., Schmiegelow, F. K. A. & Song, S. J., 2013. Calibrating indices of avian density from non-standardized survey data: making the most of a messy situation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4:1047–1058. —  journal website fulltext PDF detect R package supporting info.
  • Sólymos, P., Burton, C, Herbers, J., Boutin, S. & Schieck, J., 2013. Is accurate location information necessary for repeatability in field-based ecology? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(4):178–179. —  journal website.


  • Sólymos, P. & Lele, S. R., 2012. Global pattern and local variation in species-area relationships. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:109–120. —  journal website fulltext PDF sharx R package.
  • Sólymos, P., Lele, S. R. & Bayne, E., 2012. Conditional likelihood approach for analyzing single visit abundance survey data in the presence of zero inflation and detection error. Environmetrics 23:197–205. —  journal website fulltext PDF sharx R package.
  • Matsuoka, S. M., Bayne, E. M., Sólymos, P., Fontaine, P., Cumming, S. G., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., & Song, S. A., 2012. Using binomial distance-sampling models to estimate the effective detection radius of point-counts surveys across boreal Canada. Auk 129:268–282. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Walker, S. C., Guénard, G., Sólymos, P. & Legendre, P., 2012. Multiple-table data in R with the multitable package. Journal of Statistical Software 51(8):1–38. —  journal website fulltext PDF multitable R package.
  • Mayor, S.J., Cahill, J.F., He, F., Sólymos, P. & Boutin, S., 2012. Regional boreal biodiversity peaks at intermediate human disturbance. Nature Communications 3:1142. —  journal website.


  • Silvertown, J., Cook, L., Cameron, R. A. D., Dodd, M., McConway, K., Jones, S., Worthington, J., Skelton, P., Anton, C., Baur, B., Schilthuizen, M., Fontaine, B., Sattmann, H., Bertorelle, G., Correia, M., Oliveira, C., Pokryszko, B., Ozgo, M., Stalazs, A., Gill, E., Rammul, U., Sólymos, P., Fehér, Z. & Juan, X., 2011. Citizen science reveals unexpected continental-scale evolutionary change in a model organism. PLoS ONE 6(4):e18927. —  journal website fulltext PDF data set, Evolution MegaLab.
  • Vilisics, F., Sólymos, P., Nagy, A., Farkas, R., Kemencei, Z. & Hornung, E., 2011. Small scale gradient effects on isopods (Crustacea, Oniscidea) in karstic sink holes. Biologia Bratislava 66:499–505. —  journal website.
  • Kemencei, Z., Hornung, E., Vilisics, F. & Sólymos, P., 2011. Élöhelyek természetvédelmi értékelése szárazföldi csigák segítségével erdörezervátumok példáján bemutatva. Állattani Közlemények 96(1-2):91–100. —  journal website.


  • Sólymos, P., 2010. dclone: Data Cloning in R. R Journal 2(2):29–37. —  journal website fulltext PDF dclone R package GitHub site.
  • Haughland, D. L, Hero, J.-M., Schieck, J., Castley, J. G., Boutin, S., Sólymos, P., Lawson, B. E., Holloway, J. G. & Magnusson, W. E., 2010. Planning forwards: biodiversity research and monitoring systems for better management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25(4):199–200. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Fehér, Z., Deli, T. & Sólymos, P., 2010. Revision of Granaria frumentum (Draparnaud, 1801) (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Chondrinidae) subspecies occurring in the eastern part of the species' range. Journal of Conchology 40(2):201–217. —  fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P., Farkas, R., Kemencei, Z., Páll-Gergely, B., Vilisics, F., Nagy, A., Kisfali, M. & Hornung, E., 2009. Micro-habitat scale survey of land snails in dolines of the Alsó-hegy, Aggtelek National Park, Hungary. Mollusca 27(2):167–171. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Kemencei, Z., Páll-Gergely, B., Farkas, R., Vilisics, F. & Hornung, E., 2009. Does shell accumulation matter in micro scale land snail surveys? Malacologia 51(2):389–393. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., 2009. Processing ecological data in R with the mefa package. Journal of Statistical Software 29(8):1–28. —  journal website fulltext PDF mefa R package.
  • Páll-Gergely, B. & Sólymos, P., 2009. Ants as shell collectors: notes on land snail shells found around ant nests. Malacologica Bohemoslovaca 8:14–18. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Vilisics, F., Kemencei, Z., Páll-Gergely, B., Farkas, R., Nagy, A., Kisfali, M. & Hornung, E., 2009. Globális változás, lokális túlélés: kitettség és nedvességi grádiens hatása avarlakó gerinctelenekre [Global change, local survival: effects of aspect and moisture on epigeic invertebrate communities]. Természetvédelmi Közlemények 15:396–411. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Hornung, E., Vilisics, F. & Sólymos, P., 2009. Ászkarák együttesek (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) felhasználhatósága az élőhelyek természetességének minő sítésében [The use of woodlice assemblages (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) in the assessment of habitat naturalness]. Természetvédelmi Közlemények 15:381–395. —  fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P., 2008. Quantitative biogeographic characterization of Hungary based on the distribution data of land snails (Mollusca, Gastropoda): a case of nestedness of species ranges with extensive overlap of biotic elements. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 54:289–287. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., 2008. mefa: an R package for handling and reporting count data. Community Ecology 9:125–127. —  journal website fulltext PDF mefa R package.
  • Sólymos, P., Vilisics, F. & Hornung, E., 2008. Terepi adatlap a hazai epigeikus makrogerinctelenek elterjedésének és élőhelyi preferenciájának vizsgálatára [Datasheet for habitat feature assessment of field surveys on epigeic macroinvertebrates]. Állattani Közlemények 93(2):39–46. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Vilisics, F., Nagy, A., Sólymos, P., Farkas, R., Kemencei, Z. Páll-Gergely, B., Kisfali, M. & Hornung, E., 2008. Data on the terrestrial Isopoda fauna of the Alsó-hegy, Aggtelek National Park, Hungary. Folia Faunistica Slovaca 13:9–12. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Hornung, E., Vilisics, F. & Sólymos, P., 2008. Low alpha and high beta diversity in terrestrial isopod assemblages in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. In: Zimmer, M., Charfi-Cheikhrouha, F. & Taiti, S. eds.: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Terrestrial Isopod Biology: ISTIB–07, Shaker Verlag, Aachen, Germany, pp. 1–11. —  fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P., 2007. Geographic and taxonomic bias in land snail distribution data of Hungary. Community Ecology 8:239–246. —  journal website.
  • Nagy, A., Sólymos, P. & Rácz, I. A., 2007. A test on the effectiveness and selectivity of three sampling methods frequently used in orthopterological field studies. Entomologica Fennica 18:149–159. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., 2007. Are current protections of land snails in Hungary relevant to conservation? Biodiversity and Conservation 16:347–356. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P. & Báldi, A., 2007. Állóképek egy fejlődő tudományterületről: a Magyar Természetvédelmi Biológiai Konferenciák tanulságai [Snapshots of a dynamic discipline: lessons of the Hungarian Conservation Biology Conferences]. Természetvédelmi Közlemények 13:17–26. [In Hungarian with English summary] —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Fehér, Z. & Varga, A., 2007. A hazai puhatestűek (Mollusca) élőhely– és fajmegőrzési prioritásai [Setting priorities for mollusc species and their habitats in Hungary]. Természetvédelmi Közlemények 13:379–392. [In Hungarian with English summary] —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P. & Fehér, Z., 2007. Magyarország puhatestűinek természetvédelmi célú osztályozása [Conservation classification of Hungarian molluscs]. In: Forró, L. ed. A Kárpát-medence állatvilágának kialakulása [Genesis of the fauna of the Carpathian Basin]. Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum, Budapest, pp. 329–338. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Sólymos, P., Czentye, I. & Tutkovics, B., 2007. A comparison of soil sampling and direct search in malacological field inventories. In: Tajovský, K., Schlaghamerský, J. & Pižl, V. eds. Contributions to Soil Zoology in Central Europe II., pp. 195&ndash199. —  fulltext PDF.
  • Vilisics, F., Sólymos, P. & Hornung, E., 2007. A preliminary study on habitat features and associated terrestrial isopod species. In: Tajovský, K., Schlaghamerský, J. & Pižl, V. eds. Contributions to Soil Zoology in Central Europe II., pp. 195&ndash199. —  fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P. & Fehér, Z., 2005. Conservation prioritization using land snail distribution data in Hungary. Conservation Biology 19:1084–1094. —  journal website fulltext PDF.
  • Vilisics, F., Sólymos, P. & Hornung, E., 2005. Measuring fluctuating asymmetry in two Hungarian populations of the terrestrial isopod Trachelipus rathkii (Crustacea: Isopoda, Oniscidea). European Journal of Soil Biology 41:85–90. —  journal website fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P., 2004. Magyarország szárazföldi Mollusca–faunájának ritkaságon alapuló értékelése és alkalmazási lehetőségei [The assessment of the Hungarian land molluscs based on their rarity, and its applications]. Természetvédelmi Közlemények 11:349–358. [In Hungarian with English summary] —  fulltext PDF.


  • Sólymos, P., Sümegi, P. & Domokos, T., 2002. A héj morfo–hőmérő módszer és alkalmazásai a paleoökológiában [The shell morpho thermometer method and its applications in palaeoecology]. Földtani Közlöny 132:257–263. [In Hungarian with English summary] —  fulltext PDF.

Statistical computing meets biodiversity conservation and natural resource management

How many birds are out there?

In a recent paper entitled “Lessons learned from comparing spatially explicit models and the Partners in Flight approach to estimate population sizes of boreal birds in Alberta, Canada” we developed improved, spatially explicit models for 81 land bird species in northern Alberta, Canada. We then compared these estimates of bird abundance to a commonly-used but non-spatially explicit estimate by Partners in Flight (PIF v 3.0) that’s based on the North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) data set. The publication is a result of years of collaboration between the ABMI, Boreal Avian Modelling (BAM) project, Canadian Wildlife Service (Environment and Climate Change Canada), and United States Geological Survey.

ABMI (7) ARU (1) Alberta (1) BAM (1) C (1) CRAN (1) Hungary (2) JOSM (2) PVA (2) PVAClone (1) QPAD (3) R (20) R packages (1) abundance (1) bioacoustics (1) biodiversity (1) birds (2) course (2) data (1) data cloning (4) dclone (3) density (1) dependencies (1) detect (3) detectability (3) footprint (3) forecasting (1) functions (3) intrval (4) lhreg (1) mefa4 (1) monitoring (2) pbapply (5) phylogeny (1) plyr (1) poster (2) processing time (2) progress bar (4) publications (2) report (1) sector effects (1) shiny (1) single visit (1) site (1) slider (1) slides (2) special (3) species (1) trend (1) tutorials (2) video (4)