Niko Balkenhol
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Use of resistance surfaces for landscape genetic studies: considerations for parameterization and analysis
SF Spear, N Balkenhol, MJ FORTIN, BH McRae, KIM Scribner
Molecular ecology 19 (17), 3576-3591, 2010
Statistical approaches in landscape genetics: an evaluation of methods for linking landscape and genetic data
N Balkenhol, LP Waits, RJ Dezzani
Ecography 32 (5), 818-830, 2009
Remotely sensed spectral heterogeneity as a proxy of species diversity: recent advances and open challenges
D Rocchini, N Balkenhol, GA Carter, GM Foody, TW Gillespie, KS He, ...
Ecological Informatics 5 (5), 318-329, 2010
Molecular road ecology: exploring the potential of genetics for investigating transportation impacts on wildlife
N Balkenhol, LP Waits
Molecular ecology 18 (20), 4151-4164, 2009
Introduction to landscape genetics–concepts, methods, applications
N Balkenhol, SA Cushman, A Storfer, LP Waits
Landscape genetics, 1-8, 2015
Integrating movement ecology with biodiversity research-exploring new avenues to address spatiotemporal biodiversity dynamics
F Jeltsch, D Bonte, G Pe'er, B Reineking, P Leimgruber, N Balkenhol, ...
Movement Ecology 1, 1-13, 2013
Ecological connectivity research in urban areas
S LaPoint, N Balkenhol, J Hale, J Sadler, R van der Ree
Functional Ecology 29 (7), 868-878, 2015
Identifying future research needs in landscape genetics: where to from here?
N Balkenhol, F Gugerli, SA Cushman, LP Waits, A Coulon, JW Arntzen, ...
Landscape Ecology 24, 455-463, 2009
Path segmentation for beginners: an overview of current methods for detecting changes in animal movement patterns
H Edelhoff, J Signer, N Balkenhol
Movement ecology 4, 1-21, 2016
Reproducible home ranges (rhr): A new, user‐friendly R package for analyses of wildlife telemetry data
J Signer, N Balkenhol
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (2), 358-363, 2015
A simulation‐based evaluation of methods for inferring linear barriers to gene flow
C Blair, DE Weigel, M Balazik, ATH Keeley, FM Walker, E Landguth, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 12 (5), 822-833, 2012
A comparative framework to infer landscape effects on population genetic structure: are habitat suitability models effective in explaining gene flow?
MC Mateo-Sánchez, N Balkenhol, S Cushman, T Pérez, A Domínguez, ...
Landscape Ecology 30, 1405-1420, 2015
Estimating effective landscape distances and movement corridors: comparison of habitat and genetic data
MC Mateo-Sánchez, N Balkenhol, S Cushman, T Pérez, A Domínguez, ...
Ecosphere 6 (4), 1-16, 2015
Conservation genetics: Linking science with practice
R Holderegger, N Balkenhol, J Bolliger, JO Engler, F Gugerli, A Hochkirch, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (17), 3848-3856, 2019
Livestock grazing in protected areas and its effects on large mammals in the Hyrcanian forest, Iran
M Soofi, A Ghoddousi, T Zeppenfeld, S Shokri, M Soufi, A Jafari, ...
Biological Conservation 217, 377-382, 2018
Landscape genomics: understanding relationships between environmental heterogeneity and genomic characteristics of populations
N Balkenhol, RY Dudaniec, KV Krutovsky, JS Johnson, DM Cairns, ...
Population genomics: Concepts, approaches and applications, 261-322, 2019
A plea for simultaneously considering matrix quality and local environmental conditions when analysing landscape impacts on effective dispersal
FJ Pflüger, N Balkenhol
Molecular Ecology 23 (9), 2146-2156, 2014
Planning tiger recovery: understanding intraspecific variation for effective conservation
A Wilting, A Courtiol, P Christiansen, J Niedballa, AK Scharf, L Orlando, ...
Science advances 1 (5), e1400175, 2015
Fencing solves human‐wildlife conflict locally but shifts problems elsewhere: A case study using functional connectivity modelling of the African elephant
L Osipova, MM Okello, SJ Njumbi, S Ngene, D Western, MW Hayward, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (6), 2673-2684, 2018
Reintroducing rewilding to restoration–Rejecting the search for novelty
MW Hayward, RJ Scanlon, A Callen, LG Howell, KL Klop-Toker, ...
Biological conservation 233, 255-259, 2019
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