E Penelope Holland
E Penelope Holland
Dept of Biology, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Of mast and mean: differential‐temperature cue makes mast seeding insensitive to climate change
D Kelly, A Geldenhuis, A James, E Penelope Holland, MJ Plank, ...
Ecology Letters 16 (1), 90-98, 2013
1222013
Least-cost path length versus accumulated-cost as connectivity measures
TR Etherington, EP Holland
Landscape Ecology 28 (7), 1223-1229, 2013
622013
Landscape as a model: the importance of geometry
EP Holland, JN Aegerter, C Dytham, GC Smith
PLoS Computational Biology 3 (10), e200, 2007
452007
Modelling with uncertainty: Introducing a probabilistic framework to predict animal population dynamics
EP Holland, JF Burrow, C Dytham, JN Aegerter
Ecological Modelling 220 (9-10), 1203-1217, 2009
372009
NLMpy: a python software package for the creation of neutral landscape models within a general numerical framework
TR Etherington, EP Holland, D O'Sullivan
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2), 164-168, 2015
352015
Impacts of an invasive herbivore on indigenous forests
AM Gormley, E Penelope Holland, RP Pech, C Thomson, B Reddiex
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (6), 1296-1305, 2012
332012
Thresholds in plant–herbivore interactions: predicting plant mortality due to herbivore browse damage
EP Holland, RP Pech, WA Ruscoe, JP Parkes, G Nugent, RP Duncan
Oecologia 172 (3), 751-766, 2013
232013
The relationship between possum density and browse damage on kamahi in New Zealand forests
RP Duncan, EP Holland, RP Pech, M Barron, G Nugent, JP Parkes
Austral Ecology 36 (7), 858-869, 2011
182011
On the approximation of continuous dispersal kernels in discrete‐space models
JD Chipperfield, EP Holland, C Dytham, CD Thomas, T Hovestadt
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (6), 668-681, 2011
172011
On the growth of locally interacting plants: differential equations for the dynamics of spatial moments
TP Adams, EP Holland, R Law, MJ Plank, M Raghib
Ecology 94 (12), 2732-2743, 2013
142013
Spatial sensitivity of a generic population model, using wild boar (Sus scrofa) as a test case
EP Holland, JN Aegerter, GC Smith
ecological modelling 205 (1-2), 146-158, 2007
142007
Comparing resource representations and choosing scale in heterogeneous landscapes
EP Holland, JN Aegerter, C Dytham
Landscape ecology 24 (2), 213-227, 2009
122009
Climate-based models for pulsed resources improve predictability of consumer population dynamics: outbreaks of house mice in forest ecosystems
EP Holland, A James, WA Ruscoe, RP Pech, AE Byrom
PloS one 10 (3), e0119139, 2015
112015
Assessing the efficacy of population-level models of mast seeding
EP Holland, A James
Theoretical ecology 8 (1), 121-132, 2015
112015
A modelling framework for predicting the optimal balance between control and surveillance effort in the local eradication of tuberculosis in New Zealand wildlife
AM Gormley, EP Holland, MC Barron, DP Anderson, G Nugent
Preventive veterinary medicine 125, 10-18, 2016
82016
Foliar nutritional quality explains patchy browsing damage caused by an invasive mammal
HR Windley, MC Barron, EP Holland, D Starrs, WA Ruscoe, WJ Foley
PloS one 11 (5), e0155216, 2016
52016
Inferring changes in foliar mass and area from foliage cover: a mechanistic model
EP Holland
Austral ecology 38 (2), 121-130, 2013
42013
How herbivore browsing strategy affects whole-plant photosynthetic capacity
EP Holland, J Mugford, RN Binny, A James
Bulletin of mathematical biology 79 (4), 772-787, 2017
12017
Species‐and site‐specific impacts of an invasive herbivore on tree survival in mixed forests
EP Holland, AM Gormley, RP Pech
Ecology and evolution 6 (7), 1954-1966, 2016
12016
Small Structural Differences Between Two Ferrocenyl Diphenols Determine Large Discrepancies Of Reactivity And Biological Effects
F Tonolo, M Salmain, V Scalcon, S Top, P Pigeon, A Folda, B Caron, ...
ChemMedChem, 2019
2019
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