Michael Ian Westphal

2003 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Wayne M. Getz grad student 2003 UC Berkeley
 (Metapopulation modeling and optimal habitat reconstruction for birds in the Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia.)
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Fiedler PL, Erickson B, Esgro M, et al. (2022) Seizing the Moment: The opportunity and relevance of the California Conservation Genomics Project to state and federal conservation policy. The Journal of Heredity
Lortie CJ, Braun J, Westphal M, et al. (2020) Shrub and vegetation cover predict resource selection use by an endangered species of desert lizard. Scientific Reports. 10: 4884
Lethbridge MR, Westphal MI, Possingham HP, et al. (2010) Optimal restoration of altered habitats Environmental Modelling and Software. 25: 737-746
Westphal MI, Field SA, Possingham HP. (2007) Optimizing landscape configuration: A case study of woodland birds in the Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia Landscape and Urban Planning. 81: 56-66
Drechsler M, Johst K, Wätzold F, et al. (2006) Integrating economic costs into the analysis of flexible conservation management strategies. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 16: 1959-66
Nicholson E, Westphal MI, Frank K, et al. (2006) A new method for conservation planning for the persistence of multiple species. Ecology Letters. 9: 1049-60
Wilson KA, Westphal MI, Possingham HP, et al. (2005) Sensitivity of conservation planning to different approaches to using predicted species distribution data Biological Conservation. 122: 99-112
Westphal MI, Pickett M, Getz WM, et al. (2003) The use of stochastic dynamic programming in optimal landscape reconstruction for metapopulations Ecological Applications. 13: 543-555
Westphal MI, Possingham HP. (2003) Applying a decision-theory framework to landscape planning for biodiversity: Follow-up to Watson et al. Conservation Biology. 17: 327-329
Westphal MI, Field SA, Tyre AJ, et al. (2003) Effects of landscape pattern on bird species distribution in the Mt. Lofty Ranges, South Australia Landscape Ecology. 18: 413-426
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