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
5692010
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
3422009
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
2472010
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
2342009
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 (4), 455-463, 2009
2312009
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), 1-13, 2013
1462013
Landscape genetics: concepts, methods, applications
N Balkenhol, S Cushman, A Storfer, L Waits
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
1372015
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
1342015
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
1272012
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), 1-21, 2016
1022016
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
1022015
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
752015
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 (8), 1405-1420, 2015
722015
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
692014
Simulation modelling in landscape genetics: on the need to go further
N Balkenhol, EL Landguth
Molecular ecology 20 (4), 667-670, 2011
532011
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
512015
Landscape genetics since 2003: status, challenges and future directions
J Bolliger, T Lander, N Balkenhol
Landscape Ecology 29 (3), 361-366, 2014
472014
Using simulations to evaluate Mantel‐based methods for assessing landscape resistance to gene flow
KA Zeller, TG Creech, KL Millette, RS Crowhurst, RA Long, HH Wagner, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (12), 4115-4128, 2016
462016
A multi‐method approach for analyzing hierarchical genetic structures: a case study with cougars Puma concolor
N Balkenhol, JD Holbrook, D Onorato, P Zager, C White, LP Waits
Ecography 37 (6), 552-563, 2014
422014
Does estimator choice influence our ability to detect changes in home-range size?
J Signer, N Balkenhol, M Ditmer, J Fieberg
Animal Biotelemetry 3 (1), 1-9, 2015
372015
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