Simon Wotherspoon
Simon Wotherspoon
Verified email at utas.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Statistical solutions for error and bias in global citizen science datasets
TJ Bird, AE Bates, JS Lefcheck, NA Hill, RJ Thomson, GJ Edgar, ...
Biological Conservation 173, 144-154, 2014
2222014
State-space models for bio-loggers: A methodological road map
ID Jonsen, M Basson, S Bestley, MV Bravington, TA Patterson, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 88, 34-46, 2013
1622013
Bayesian estimation of animal movement from archival and satellite tags
MD Sumner, SJ Wotherspoon, MA Hindell
PLoS One 4 (10), e7324, 2009
1102009
Quantifying habitat structure: surface convolution and living space for species in complex environments
DM Warfe, LA Barmuta, S Wotherspoon
Oikos 117 (12), 1764-1773, 2008
962008
Important marine habitat off east Antarctica revealed by two decades of multi‐species predator tracking
B Raymond, MA Lea, T Patterson, V Andrews‐Goff, R Sharples, ...
Ecography 38 (2), 121-129, 2015
952015
At-sea distribution of female southern elephant seals relative to variation in ocean surface properties
CJA Bradshaw, J Higgins, KJ Michael, SJ Wotherspoon, MA Hindell
ICES Journal of Marine Science 61 (6), 1014-1027, 2004
862004
A simple modification of Newton’s method to achieve convergence of order 1+ 2
TJ McDougall, SJ Wotherspoon
Applied Mathematics Letters 29, 20-25, 2014
732014
Modelling habitat selection using presence-only data: case study of a colonial hollow nesting bird, the snow petrel
F Olivier, SJ Wotherspoon
Ecological modelling 195 (3-4), 187-204, 2006
642006
Minimal Antarctic sea ice during the Pliocene
JM Whitehead, S Wotherspoon, SM Bohaty
Geology 33 (2), 137-140, 2005
612005
Drones count wildlife more accurately and precisely than humans
JC Hodgson, R Mott, SM Baylis, TT Pham, S Wotherspoon, AD Kilpatrick, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (5), 1160-1167, 2018
582018
Determining natural scales of ecological systems
RL Habeeb, J Trebilco, S Wotherspoon, CR Johnson
Ecological Monographs 75 (4), 467-487, 2005
582005
08 survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
JM Lyle, SR Tracey, KE Stark, S Wotherspoon
Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute, Hobart, 97, 2007
562007
GIS-based application of resource selection functions to the prediction of snow petrel distribution and abundance in East Antarctica: comparing models at multiple scales
F Olivier, SJ Wotherspoon
Ecological Modelling 189 (1-2), 105-129, 2005
492005
Location matters: using spatially explicit occupancy models to predict the distribution of the highly mobile, endangered swift parrot
MH Webb, S Wotherspoon, D Stojanovic, R Heinsohn, R Cunningham, ...
Biological Conservation 176, 99-108, 2014
462014
Vertical distribution and diurnal migration patterns of Jasus edwardsii phyllosomas off the east coast of the North Island, New Zealand
RW Bradford, BD Bruce, SM Chiswell, JD Booth, A Jeffs, S Wotherspoon
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 39 (3), 593-604, 2005
442005
Projected Tasman Sea extremes in sea surface temperature through the twenty-first century
ECJ Oliver, SJ Wotherspoon, MA Chamberlain, NJ Holbrook
Journal of Climate 27 (5), 1980-1998, 2014
412014
Variation in age, growth and maturity in the Australian arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi over time and space what is the pattern?
GD Jackson, BMG Steer, S Wotherspoon, AJ Hobday
Marine Ecology Progress Series 264, 57-71, 2003
412003
The potential of archival tags to provide long-term movement and behaviour data for seabirds: first results from Wandering Albatross Diomedea exulans of South Georgia and the …
GN Tuck, T Polacheck, JP Croxall, H Weimerskirch, PA Prince, ...
Emu 99 (1), 60-68, 1999
371999
Testing paradigms of ecosystem change under climate warming in Antarctica
J Melbourne-Thomas, A Constable, S Wotherspoon, B Raymond
PLoS One 8 (2), e55093, 2013
342013
Optimal scales to observe habitat dynamics: a coral reef example
RL Habeeb, CR Johnson, S Wotherspoon, PJ Mumby
Ecological Applications 17 (3), 641-647, 2007
342007
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