Bronwyn Rayfield
Bronwyn Rayfield
Landscape Ecologist, Apex Resource Management Solutions Ltd
Verified email at
TitleCited byYear
Connectivity for conservation: a framework to classify network measures
B Rayfield, MJ Fortin, A Fall
Ecology 92 (4), 847-858, 2011
The sensitivity of least-cost habitat graphs to relative cost surface values
B Rayfield, MJ Fortin, A Fall
Landscape Ecology 25 (4), 519-532, 2010
Comparing static versus dynamic protected areas in the Quebec boreal forest
B Rayfield, P James, A Fall, MJ Fortin
Biological Conservation 141 (2), 438-449, 2008
The disentangled bank: How loss of habitat fragments and disassembles ecological networks
A Gonzalez, B Rayfield, Z Lindo
American Journal of Botany 98 (3), 503-516, 2011
Spatial statistics, spatial regression, and graph theory in ecology
MJ Fortin, P James, A MacKenzie, SJ Melles, B Rayfield
Spatial Statistics 1, 100-109, 2012
Incorporating consumer–resource spatial interactions in reserve design
B Rayfield, A Moilanen, MJ Fortin
Ecological Modelling 220 (5), 725-733, 2009
Loss of habitat and connectivity erodes species diversity, ecosystem functioning, and stability in metacommunity networks
PL Thompson, B Rayfield, A Gonzalez
Ecography 40 (1), 98-108, 2017
Effects of network modularity on the spread of perturbation impact in experimental metapopulations
LJ Gilarranz, B Rayfield, G Lińán-Cembrano, J Bascompte, A Gonzalez
Science 357 (6347), 199-201, 2017
Applying circuit theory for corridor expansion and management at regional scales: tiling, pinch points, and omnidirectional connectivity
D Pelletier, M Clark, MG Anderson, B Rayfield, MA Wulder, JA Cardille
PloS one 9 (1), e84135, 2014
Diversity relationships among taxonomic groups in recovering and restored forests
M Anand, S Laurence, B Rayfield
Conservation Biology 19 (3), 955-962, 2005
Applying network theory to prioritize multispecies habitat networks that are robust to climate and land‐use change
CH Albert, B Rayfield, M Dumitru, A Gonzalez
Conservation Biology 31 (6), 1383-1396, 2017
Multipurpose habitat networks for short‐range and long‐range connectivity: a new method combining graph and circuit connectivity
B Rayfield, D Pelletier, M Dumitru, JA Cardille, A Gonzalez
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (2), 222-231, 2016
Assessing simple versus complex restoration strategies for industrially disturbed forests
B Rayfield, M Anand, S Laurence
Restoration Ecology 13 (4), 639-650, 2005
The Montérégie Connection: linking landscapes, biodiversity, and ecosystem services to improve decision making
M Mitchell, E Bennett, A Gonzalez, M Lechowicz, J Rhemtulla, J Cardille, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
Circuit theory emphasizes the importance of edge-crossing decisions in dispersal-scale movements of a forest passerine
V St-Louis, JD Forester, D Pelletier, M Bélisle, A Desrochers, B Rayfield, ...
Landscape Ecology 29 (5), 831-841, 2014
Incorporating uncertainty into forest management planning: Timber harvest, wildfire and climate change in the boreal forest
CJ Daniel, MT Ter-Mikaelian, BM Wotton, B Rayfield, MJ Fortin
Forest ecology and management 400, 542-554, 2017
“Communities in the middle”: Interactions between drivers of change and place-based characteristics in rural forest-based communities
A Morzillo, C Colocousis, D Munroe, K Bell, S Martinuzzi, D Van Berkel, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 42, 79-90, 2015
The potential connectivity of waterhole networks and the effectiveness of a protected area under various drought scenarios
G O’Farrill, KG Schampaert, B Rayfield, Ö Bodin, S Calme, R Sengupta, ...
PloS one 9 (5), e95049, 2014
Methods and tools for addressing natural disturbance dynamics in conservation planning for wilderness areas
SJ Leroux, B Rayfield
Diversity and Distributions 20 (3), 258-271, 2014
Reserve network design combining spatial graph theory and species' spatial requirements
P James, B Rayfield, MJ FORTIN, A FALL, G Farley
Geomatica 59 (3), 323-333, 2005
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20