Christopher M. Baker
Christopher M. Baker
School of Mathematics and Statistics, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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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
362015
Placing invasive species management in a spatiotemporal context
CM Baker, M Bode
Ecological Applications 26 (3), 712-725, 2016
292016
Ensemble ecosystem modeling for predicting ecosystem response to predator reintroduction
CM Baker, A Gordon, M Bode
Conservation biology 31 (2), 376-384, 2017
262017
Target the source: optimal spatiotemporal resource allocation for invasive species control
CM Baker
Conservation Letters 10 (1), 41-48, 2017
242017
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
162017
Informing network management using fuzzy cognitive maps
CM Baker, MH Holden, M Plein, MA McCarthy, HP Possingham
Biological Conservation 224, 122-128, 2018
142018
Beyond dose: Pulsed antibiotic treatment schedules can maintain individual benefit while reducing resistance
CM Baker, MJ Ferrari, K Shea
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-7, 2018
112018
Spatial control of invasive species in conservation landscapes
CM Baker, M Bode
Computational Management Science 10 (4), 331-351, 2013
102013
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
82018
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
82018
Handling overheads: optimal multi-method invasive species control
CM Baker, PR Armsworth, SM Lenhart
Theoretical Ecology 10 (4), 493-501, 2017
82017
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
72019
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
62019
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
62017
Models that predict ecosystem impacts of reintroductions should consider uncertainty and distinguish between direct and indirect effects (Letter to the Editor)
C Baker, M Bode, M McCarthy
Biological Conservation 196, 211-212, 2016
62016
Monitoring, imperfect detection, and risk optimization of a Tasmanian devil insurance population
BAW TM Rout, C Baker, S Huxtable
Conservation Biology, 2017
5*2017
Random walks in nonuniform environments with local dynamic interactions
CM Baker, BD Hughes, KA Landman
Physical Review E 88 (4), 042113, 2013
52013
Length-based connectivity metrics and their ecological interpretation
CM Baker, BD Hughes, KA Landman
Ecological Indicators 58, 192-198, 2015
22015
Designing combination therapies using multiple optimal controls
JA Sharp, AP Browning, T Mapder, CM Baker, K Burrage, MJ Simpson
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 110277, 2020
12020
Informing management decisions for ecological networks, using dynamic models calibrated to noisy time‐series data
MP Adams, SA Sisson, KJ Helmstedt, CM Baker, MH Holden, M Plein, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (4), 607-619, 2020
12020
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