Fewster, RM
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Trends in the abundance of farmland birds: a quantitative comparison of smoothed Common Birds Census indices
GM Siriwardena, SR Baillie, ST Buckland, RM Fewster, JH Marchant, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (1), 24-43, 1998
5671998
Monitoring change in biodiversity through composite indices
ST Buckland, AE Magurran, RE Green, RM Fewster
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 360 …, 2005
4362005
Analysis of population trends for farmland birds using generalized additive models
RM Fewster, ST Buckland, GM Siriwardena, SR Baillie, JD Wilson
Ecology 81 (7), 1970-1984, 2000
3812000
Estimating population size by spatially explicit capture–recapture
MG Efford, RM Fewster
Oikos 122 (6), 918-928, 2013
2182013
Mark-recapture models for line transect surveys
DL Borchers, W Zucchini, RM Fewster
Biometrics, 1207-1220, 1998
1621998
Estimating the encounter rate variance in distance sampling
RM Fewster, ST Buckland, KP Burnham, DL Borchers, PE Jupp, JL Laake, ...
Biometrics 65 (1), 225-236, 2009
1582009
A simple explanation of Benford's Law
RM Fewster
The American Statistician 63 (1), 26-32, 2009
1452009
Distance 5.0. Research Unit for Wildlife Population Assessment, University of St. Andrews, UK
L Thomas
http://www. ruwpa. st-and. ac. uk/distance/, 2006
1102006
Empty forest or empty rivers? A century of commercial hunting in Amazonia
AP Antunes, RM Fewster, EM Venticinque, CA Peres, T Levi, F Rohe, ...
Science advances 2 (10), e1600936, 2016
1022016
Survivors or reinvaders? Using genetic assignment to identify invasive pests following eradication
JC Russell, SD Miller, GA Harper, HE MacInnes, MJ Wylie, RM Fewster
Biological Invasions 12 (6), 1747-1757, 2010
632010
Line transect sampling in small and large regions
RM Fewster, JL Laake, ST Buckland
Biometrics 61 (3), 856-859, 2005
522005
Measurement, prediction and risk analysis for Web applications
R Fewster, E Mendes
Proceedings Seventh International Software Metrics Symposium, 338-348, 2001
492001
Early colonisation population structure of a Norway rat island invasion
JC Russell, J Abdelkrim, RM Fewster
Biological Invasions 11 (7), 1557-1567, 2009
462009
The influence of animal mobility on the assumption of uniform distances in aerial line-transect surveys
RM Fewster, C Southwell, DL Borchers, ST Buckland, AR Pople
Wildlife Research 35 (4), 275-288, 2008
452008
Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture–recapture framework
EL Carroll, SJ Childerhouse, RM Fewster, NJ Patenaude, D Steel, ...
Ecological Applications 23 (7), 1677-1690, 2013
422013
Abundance of the New Zealand subantarctic southern right whale population estimated from photo-identification and genotype mark-recapture
EL Carroll, NJ Patenaude, SJ Childerhouse, SD Kraus, RM Fewster, ...
Marine Biology 158 (11), 2565-2575, 2011
402011
Statistical ecology comes of age
O Gimenez, ST Buckland, BJT Morgan, N Bez, S Bertrand, R Choquet, ...
Biology letters 10 (12), 20140698, 2014
382014
Variance estimation for systematic designs in spatial surveys
RM Fewster
Biometrics 67 (4), 1518-1531, 2011
372011
Using genetic techniques to quantify reinvasion, survival and in situ breeding rates during control operations
AJ Veale, KA Edge, P McMurtrie, RM Fewster, MN Clout, DM Gleeson
Molecular Ecology 22 (20), 5071-5083, 2013
332013
A comparison of mark–recapture distance-sampling methods applied to aerial surveys of eastern grey kangaroos
RM Fewster, AR Pople
Wildlife Research 35 (4), 320-330, 2008
282008
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