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Precision wildlife monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles
JC Hodgson, SM Baylis, R Mott, A Herrod, RH Clarke
Scientific reports 6 (1), 22574, 2016
4872016
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
4392018
Robustness of close‐kin mark–recapture estimators to dispersal limitation and spatially varying sampling probabilities
PB Conn, MV Bravington, S Baylis, JM Ver Hoef
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 5558-5569, 2020
272020
Capsaicin as a deterrent against introduced mammalian nest predators
SM Baylis, P Cassey, ME Hauber
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124 (3), 518-524, 2012
212012
The influence of petroleum oil films on the feather structure of tropical and temperate seabird species
J Matcott, S Baylis, RH Clarke
Marine pollution bulletin 138, 135-144, 2019
142019
Inferring maximum lifespan from maximum recorded longevity in the wild carries substantial risk of estimation bias
SM Baylis, M de Lisle, ME Hauber
Ecography 37 (8), 770-780, 2014
122014
Assessing avian mortality during oil spills: a case study of the New Zealand MV ‘Rena’oil spill, 2011
SA Hunter, AJD Tennyson, JAS Bartle, CM Miskelly, SM Waugh, ...
Endangered Species Research 39, 303-314, 2019
112019
Does the house sparrow Passer domesticus represent a global model species for egg rejection behavior?
T Manna, C Cooper, S Baylis, MD Shawkey, GIN Waterhouse, T Grim, ...
Journal of avian biology 48 (3), 346-352, 2017
112017
Precision wildlife monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles. Sci Rep 6: 22574
JC Hodgson, SM Baylis, R Mott, A Herrod, RH Clarke
112016
Low levels of sibship encourage use of larvae in western Atlantic bluefin tuna abundance estimation by close-kin mark-recapture
JR McDowell, M Bravington, PM Grewe, M Lauretta, JF Walter III, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 18606, 2022
62022
Estimates of wear rates in metal bird bands, with applications for survival and movement models of marked individuals
SM Baylis, D Drynan, N Clarke, M Van, P Sunnucks, RH Clarke
Journal of Field Ornithology 89 (4), 393-406, 2018
62018
Impacts of the Rena oil spill on New Zealand seabirds
C Miskelly, S Baylis, A Tennyson, S Waugh, S Bartle, S Hunter, B Gartrell, ...
Unpublished poster held by Te Papa, Wellington. Retrieved from http …, 2012
52012
Close-kin mark-recapture informs critically endangered terrestrial mammal status
LR Lloyd-Jones, MV Bravington, KN Armstrong, E Lawrence, P Feutry, ...
Scientific reports 13 (1), 12512, 2023
42023
A model for first‐estimates of species‐specific, age‐specific mortality from centralized band‐recovery databases
SM Baylis, P Sunnucks, R Clarke
Ecosphere 9 (4), e02136, 2018
42018
A comparison of the accuracy of simulated animal counts using traditional and UAV-assisted methods
JC Hodgson, SM Baylis, R Mott
OSF, 2016
42016
Causes of seabird mortality in the Bay of Plenty, Oct-Nov 2011
AJD Tennyson, S Hunter, CM Miskelly, S Baylis, SM Waugh, S Bartle, ...
papers presented at the Ornithological Society of New Zealand AGM and …, 2012
42012
Implications of past and present genetic connectivity for management of the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus)
LR Lloyd‐Jones, ML Brien, P Feutry, E Lawrence, P Beri, S Booth, ...
Evolutionary Applications 16 (4), 911-935, 2023
22023
Planting the seeds of a Tree of Death: A new approach, supporting information, test cases, and a national-scale study of population mortality structures from animal-marking records
SM Baylis
Monash University, 2017
22017
fishSim - population simulation support for close-kin mark-recapture
S Baylis
https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.8479346.v1, 2019
2019
Causes of seabird mortality in the immediate aftermath of the Rena oil spill, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.
S Baylis, C Miskelly, A Tennyson, S Waugh, S Bartle, B Gartrell, K Morgan
Pacific Seabirds Group annual conference, 2014
2014
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