Monica Papes
Monica Papes
Associate professor, University of Tennessee
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Rethinking receiver operating characteristic analysis applications in ecological niche modeling
AT Peterson, M Papeş, J Soberón
Ecological modelling 213 (1), 63-72, 2008
Transferability and model evaluation in ecological niche modeling: a comparison of GARP and Maxent
A Townsend Peterson, M Papeş, M Eaton
Ecography 30 (4), 550-560, 2007
Modelling ecological niches from low numbers of occurrences: assessment of the conservation status of poorly known viverrids (Mammalia, Carnivora) across two continents
M Papeş, P Gaubert
Diversity and Distributions 13 (6), 890-902, 2007
Collinearity in ecological niche modeling: Confusions and challenges
X Feng, DS Park, Y Liang, R Pandey, M Papeş
Ecology and evolution 9 (18), 10365-10376, 2019
Predicting the potential invasive distributions of four alien plant species in North America
AT Peterson, M Papes, DA Kluza
Weed Science 51 (6), 863-868, 2003
A checklist for maximizing reproducibility of ecological niche models
X Feng, DS Park, C Walker, AT Peterson, C Merow, M Papeş
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (10), 1382-1395, 2019
Mechanistic and correlative models of ecological niches
AT Peterson, M Papeş, J Soberón
De Gruyter Open, 2015
Present and potential future distribution of common vampire bats in the Americas and the associated risk to cattle
DN Lee, M Papeş, RA Van Den Bussche
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42466, 2012
An evaluation of transferability of ecological niche models
H Qiao, X Feng, LE Escobar, AT Peterson, J Soberón, G Zhu, M Papeş
Ecography 42 (3), 521-534, 2019
Natural history collections and the conservation of poorly known taxa: Ecological niche modeling in central African rainforest genets (< i> Genetta</i> spp.)
P Gaubert, M Papeş, AT Peterson
Biological Conservation 130 (1), 106-117, 2006
Global invasive potential of 10 parasitic witchweeds and related Orobanchaceae
KI Mohamed, M Papes, R Williams, BW Benz, AT Peterson
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 35 (6), 281-288, 2006
Commonly rare and rarely common: comparing population abundance of invasive and native aquatic species
GJA Hansen, MJ Vander Zanden, MJ Blum, MK Clayton, EF Hain, ...
PLoS One 8 (10), e77415, 2013
Dominant climate influences on North American bird distributions
A Jiménez‐Valverde, N Barve, A Lira‐Noriega, SP Maher, Y Nakazawa, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (1), 114-118, 2011
Towards an eco‐phylogenetic framework for infectious disease ecology
NM Fountain‐Jones, WD Pearse, LE Escobar, A Alba‐Casals, S Carver, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 950-970, 2018
Tracking a medically important spider: climate change, ecological niche modeling, and the brown recluse (Loxosceles reclusa)
EE Saupe, M Papes, PA Selden, RS Vetter
PloS one 6 (3), e17731, 2011
Highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza: entry pathways into North America via bird migration
AT Peterson, BW Benz, M Papeş
PLoS one 2 (2), e261, 2007
Using hyperspectral satellite imagery for regional inventories: a test with tropical emergent trees in the Amazon Basin
M Papeş, R Tupayachi, P Martínez, AT Peterson, GVN Powell
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (2), 342-354, 2010
Metrics of lidar-derived 3D vegetation structure reveal contrasting effects of horizontal and vertical forest heterogeneity on bird species richness
L Carrasco, X Giam, M Papeş, KS Sheldon
Remote Sensing 11 (7), 743, 2019
Refining climate change projections for organisms with low dispersal abilities: a case study of the Caspian whip snake
TC Sahlean, I Gherghel, M Papeş, A Strugariu, ŞR Zamfirescu
PLoS One 9 (3), e91994, 2014
Regional-level inputs of emergent aquatic insects from water to land
M Bartrons, M Papeş, MW Diebel, C Gratton, MJ Vander Zanden
Ecosystems 16, 1353-1363, 2013
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