Christopher M. Baker
Christopher M. Baker
Lecturer, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology
Verified email at qut.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Eradicating down the food chain: optimal multispecies eradication schedules for a commonly encountered invaded island ecosystem
M Bode, CM Baker, M Plein
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (3), 571-579, 2015
282015
Placing invasive species management in a spatiotemporal context
CM Baker, M Bode
Ecological applications 26 (3), 712-725, 2016
202016
Ensemble ecosystem modeling for predicting ecosystem response to predator reintroduction
CM Baker, A Gordon, M Bode
Conservation biology 31 (2), 376-384, 2017
182017
Target the source: optimal spatiotemporal resource allocation for invasive species control
CM Baker
Conservation Letters 10 (1), 41-48, 2017
182017
Revealing beliefs: using ensemble ecosystem modelling to extrapolate expert beliefs to novel ecological scenarios
M Bode, CM Baker, J Benshemesh, T Burnard, L Rumpff, CE Hauser, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (8), 1012-1021, 2017
132017
Spatial control of invasive species in conservation landscapes
CM Baker, M Bode
Computational Management Science 10 (4), 331-351, 2013
82013
Oak habitat recovery on California's largest islands: Scenarios for the role of corvid seed dispersal
MB Pesendorfer, CM Baker, M Stringer, E McDonald‐Madden, M Bode, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (3), 1185-1194, 2018
52018
Models that predict ecosystem impacts of reintroduction should consider uncertainty and distinguish between direct and indirect effects
CM Baker, M Bode, MA McCarthy
Biological Conservation 196, 211-212, 2016
52016
Informing network management using fuzzy cognitive maps
CM Baker, MH Holden, M Plein, MA McCarthy, HP Possingham
Biological conservation 224, 122-128, 2018
42018
Beyond dose: Pulsed antibiotic treatment schedules can maintain individual benefit while reducing resistance
CM Baker, MJ Ferrari, K Shea
Scientific reports 8 (1), 5866, 2018
42018
Random walks in nonuniform environments with local dynamic interactions
CM Baker, BD Hughes, KA Landman
Physical Review E 88 (4), 042113, 2013
42013
Optimal spatiotemporal effort allocation for invasive species removal incorporating a removal handling time and budget
CM Baker, F Diele, C Marangi, A Martiradonna, S Ragni
Natural Resource Modeling 31 (4), e12190, 2018
32018
Handling overheads: optimal multi-method invasive species control
CM Baker, PR Armsworth, SM Lenhart
Theoretical Ecology 10 (4), 493-501, 2017
32017
Modelling tropical fire ant (Solenopsis geminata) dynamics and detection to inform an eradication project
CM Baker, JC Hodgson, E Tartaglia, RH Clarke
Biological Invasions 19 (10), 2959-2970, 2017
32017
Optimal control of invasive species through a dynamical systems approach
CM Baker, F Diele, D Lacitignola, C Marangi, A Martiradonna
Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 49, 45-70, 2019
22019
Length-based connectivity metrics and their ecological interpretation
CM Baker, BD Hughes, KA Landman
Ecological indicators 58, 192-198, 2015
22015
A novel approach to assessing the ecosystem‐wide impacts of reintroductions
CM Baker, M Bode, N Dexter, DB Lindenmayer, C Foster, C MacGregor, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (1), e01811, 2019
2019
Modelling the spread and control of cherry guava on Lord Howe Island
CM Baker, S Bower, E Tartaglia, M Bode, H Bower, RL Pressey
Biological Conservation 227, 252-258, 2018
2018
What’s next on the list? Prioritising management actions on Australia’s islands
CA Lohr, CM Baker, M Bode, RL Pressey
Australian Island Arks: Conservation, Management and Opportunities, 71, 2018
2018
Monitoring, imperfect detection, and risk optimization of a Tasmanian devil insurance population
BAW TM Rout, C Baker, S Huxtable
Conservation Biology, 2017
2017
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