Robert P. Anderson
Robert P. Anderson
Professor of Biology, City College of the City University of New York
Verified email at ccny.cuny.edu - Homepage
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Maximum entropy modeling of species geographic distributions
SJ Phillips, RP Anderson, RE Schapire
Ecological modelling 190 (3-4), 231-259, 2006
125152006
Novel methods improve prediction of species’ distributions from occurrence data
J Elith, CH Graham, R P Anderson, M Dudík, S Ferrier, A Guisan, ...
Ecography 29 (2), 129-151, 2006
71822006
Ecological niches and geographic distributions (MPB-49)
AT Peterson, J Soberón, RG Pearson, RP Anderson, E Martínez-Meyer, ...
Princeton University Press, 2011
19882011
Evaluating predictive models of species’ distributions: criteria for selecting optimal models
RP Anderson, D Lew, AT Peterson
Ecological modelling 162 (3), 211-232, 2003
14352003
Making better Maxent models of species distributions: complexity, overfitting and evaluation
A Radosavljevic, RP Anderson
Journal of Biogeography 41, 629-643, 2014
6612014
ENMeval: An R package for conducting spatially independent evaluations and estimating optimal model complexity for Maxent ecological niche models
R Muscarella, PJ Galante, M Soley‐Guardia, RA Boria, JM Kass, ...
Methods in ecology and evolution 5 (11), 1198-1205, 2014
5952014
Opening the black box: An open‐source release of Maxent
SJ Phillips, RP Anderson, M Dudík, RE Schapire, ME Blair
Ecography 40 (7), 887-893, 2017
5522017
Spatial filtering to reduce sampling bias can improve the performance of ecological niche models
RA Boria, LE Olson, SM Goodman, RP Anderson
Ecological modelling 275, 73-77, 2014
5502014
The effect of the extent of the study region on GIS models of species geographic distributions and estimates of niche evolution: preliminary tests with montane rodents (genus …
RP Anderson, A Raza
Journal of Biogeography 37 (7), 1378-1393, 2010
4582010
Using niche‐based GIS modeling to test geographic predictions of competitive exclusion and competitive release in South American pocket mice
RP Anderson, AT Peterson, M Gómez‐Laverde
Oikos 98 (1), 3-16, 2002
4352002
Geographical distributions of spiny pocket mice in South America: insights from predictive models
RP Anderson, M Gómez‐Laverde, AT Peterson
Global Ecology and Biogeography 11 (2), 131-141, 2002
4152002
Species-specific tuning increases robustness to sampling bias in models of species distributions: An implementation with Maxent
RP Anderson, I Gonzalez
Ecological Modelling 222 (15), 2796-2811, 2011
4022011
spThin: an R package for spatial thinning of species occurrence records for use in ecological niche models
ME Aiello-Lammens, RA Boria, A Radosavljevic, B Vilela, RP Anderson
Ecography 38, 541–545, 2015
3592015
Modeling species’ geographic distributions for preliminary conservation assessments: an implementation with the spiny pocket mice (Heteromys) of Ecuador
RP Anderson, E Martınez-Meyer
Biological conservation 116 (2), 167-179, 2004
3222004
Estimating optimal complexity for ecological niche models: a jackknife approach for species with small sample sizes
M Shcheglovitova, RP Anderson
Ecological Modelling 269, 9-17, 2013
3052013
Real vs. artefactual absences in species distributions: tests for Oryzomys albigularis (Rodentia: Muridae) in Venezuela
RP Anderson
Journal of Biogeography 30 (4), 591-605, 2003
1992003
Environmental filters reduce the effects of sampling bias and improve predictions of ecological niche models
S Varela, RP Anderson, R García‐Valdés, F Fernández‐González
Ecography 37 (11), 1084-1091, 2014
1882014
A framework for using niche models to estimate impacts of climate change on species distributions
RP Anderson
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1297 (1), 8-28, 2013
1872013
Standards for models in biodiversity assessments
MB Araújo, RP Anderson, AM Barbosa, CM Beale, CF Dormann, R Early, ...
Science Advances 5, eaat4858, 2019
1352019
Harnessing the world's biodiversity data: promise and peril in ecological niche modeling of species distributions
RP Anderson
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2012
1322012
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