Scott E. Nielsen
Scott E. Nielsen
Professor of Conservation Biology & Ecology
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TitleCited byYear
Evaluating resource selection functions
MS Boyce, PR Vernier, SE Nielsen, FKA Schmiegelow
Ecological modelling 157 (2-3), 281-300, 2002
18032002
Resource selection functions based on use‐availability data: theoretical motivation and evaluation methods
CJ Johnson, SE Nielsen, EH Merrill, TL McDONALD, MS Boyce
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (2), 347-357, 2006
6062006
Application of random effects to the study of resource selection by animals
CS Gillies, M Hebblewhite, SE Nielsen, MA Krawchuk, CL Aldridge, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (4), 887-898, 2006
5552006
Removing GPS collar bias in habitat selection studies
JL Frair, SE Nielsen, EH Merrill, SR Lele, MS Boyce, RHM Munro, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (2), 201-212, 2004
3692004
A habitat-based framework for grizzly bear conservation in Alberta
SE Nielsen, GB Stenhouse, MS Boyce
Biological conservation 130 (2), 217-229, 2006
2372006
Modelling the spatial distribution of human-caused grizzly bear mortalities in the Central Rockies ecosystem of Canada
SE Nielsen, S Herrero, MS Boyce, RD Mace, B Benn, ML Gibeau, ...
Biological Conservation 120 (1), 101-113, 2004
2032004
Seasonal and diel patterns of grizzly bear diet and activity in west-central Alberta
RHM Munro, SE Nielsen, MH Price, GB Stenhouse, MS Boyce
Journal of mammalogy 87 (6), 1112-1121, 2006
2012006
Can models of presence‐absence be used to scale abundance? Two case studies considering extremes in life history
SE Nielsen, CJ Johnson, DC Heard, MS Boyce
Ecography 28 (2), 197-208, 2005
1842005
Modeling grizzly bear habitats in the Yellowhead ecosystem of Alberta: taking autocorrelation seriously
SE Nielsen, MS Boyce, GB Stenhouse, RHM Munro
Ursus, 45-56, 2002
1782002
Range‐wide patterns of greater sage‐grouse persistence
CL Aldridge, SE Nielsen, HL Beyer, MS Boyce, JW Connelly, ST Knick, ...
Diversity and distributions 14 (6), 983-994, 2008
1762008
Grizzly bears and forestry: I. Selection of clearcuts by grizzly bears in west-central Alberta, Canada
SE Nielsen, MS Boyce, GB Stenhouse
Forest ecology and Management 199 (1), 51-65, 2004
1682004
Dynamic wildlife habitat models: seasonal foods and mortality risk predict occupancy-abundance and habitat selection in grizzly bears
SE Nielsen, G McDermid, GB Stenhouse, MS Boyce
Biological Conservation 143 (7), 1623-1634, 2010
1422010
Grizzly bears and forestry: II. Distribution of grizzly bear foods in clearcuts of west-central Alberta, Canada
SE Nielsen, RHM Munro, EL Bainbridge, GB Stenhouse, MS Boyce
Forest Ecology and Management 199 (1), 67-82, 2004
1242004
Development and testing of phenologically driven grizzly bear habitat models
SE Nielsen, MS Boyce, GB Stenhouse, RHM Munro
Ecoscience 10 (1), 1-10, 2003
1052003
Identification of priority areas for grizzly bear conservation and recovery in Alberta, Canada
SE Nielsen, J Cranston, GB Stenhouse
Journal of Conservation Planning 5, 38-60, 2009
892009
Velocity of climate change algorithms for guiding conservation and management
A Hamann, DR Roberts, QE Barber, C Carroll, SE Nielsen
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 997-1004, 2015
802015
A new method to estimate species and biodiversity intactness using empirically derived reference conditions
SE Nielsen, EM Bayne, J Schieck, J Herbers, S Boutin
Biological Conservation 137 (3), 403-414, 2007
802007
Accounting for spatially biased sampling effort in presence‐only species distribution modelling
J Stolar, SE Nielsen
Diversity and Distributions 21 (5), 595-608, 2015
652015
Can natural disturbance-based forestry rescue a declining population of grizzly bears?
SE Nielsen, GB Stenhouse, HL Beyer, F Huettmann, MS Boyce
Biological Conservation 141 (9), 2193-2207, 2008
622008
Capacity of large-scale, long-term biodiversity monitoring programmes to detect trends in species prevalence
SE Nielsen, DL Haughland, E Bayne, J Schieck
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (11), 2961-2978, 2009
612009
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