Jennifer A. Miller

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  • University of Texas at Austin


According to our database1, Jennifer A. Miller authored at least 16 papers between 2006 and 2021.

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2021
Identifying the spatial footprint of pollen distributions using the Geoforensic Interdiction (GOFIND) model.
Comput. Environ. Urban Syst., 2021

Exploring the utility of movement parameters to make inferences about dynamic interactions in moving objects.
Trans. GIS, 2021

Network-based geoforensics: Connecting pollen and plants to place.
Ecol. Informatics, 2021

2020
Mapping areas of asynchronous-temporal interaction in animal-telemetry data.
Trans. GIS, 2020

Modeling movement, distributions, diversity, and disturbance: introduction to the fifth special issue on spatial ecology.
Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci., 2020

A Digital Ecosystem for Animal Movement Science: Making animal movement datasets, data-linkage techniques, methods, and environmental layers easier to find, interpret, and analyze.
CoRR, 2020

2019
Towards an integrated science of movement: converging research on animal movement ecology and human mobility science.
Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci., 2019

2016
Incorporating movement in species distribution models: how do simulations of dispersal affect the accuracy and uncertainty of projections?
Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci., 2016

Analysis of movement data.
Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci., 2016

2015
Towards a Better Understanding of Dynamic Interaction Metrics for Wildlife: a Null Model Approach.
Trans. GIS, 2015

Exploring Spatial Scale, Autocorrelation and Nonstationarity of Bird Species Richness Patterns.
ISPRS Int. J. Geo Inf., 2015

2014
Uncertainty Analysis of Step-Selection Functions: The Effect of Model Parameters on Inferences about the Relationship between Animal Movement and the Environment.
Proceedings of the Geographic Information Science - 8th International Conference, 2014

2013
Modeling Forest Species Distributions in a Human-Dominated Landscape in Northeastern, USA.
Int. J. Appl. Geospat. Res., 2013

2012
Using Spatially Explicit Simulated Data to Analyze Animal Interactions: A Case Study with Brown Hyenas in Northern Botswana.
Trans. GIS, 2012

2011
Spatial nonstationarity and the scale of species-environment relationships in the Mojave Desert, California, USA.
Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci., 2011

2006
Explicitly incorporating spatial dependence in predictive vegetation models in the form of explanatory variables: a Mojave Desert case study.
J. Geogr. Syst., 2006


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