Richard A. Stillman focuses on Ecology, Foraging, Predation, Haematopus ostralegus and Oystercatcher. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Density dependence, Individual based and Population size. His Foraging research incorporates themes from Overwintering, Statistics, Environmental factor and Stolon.
Richard A. Stillman combines subjects such as Fishery, Godwit and Flock with his study of Predation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zoology and Cerastoderma edule. In the field of Ecology, his study on Pattern-oriented modeling overlaps with subjects such as Initialization, IBM and Protocol.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Foraging, Habitat, Fishery and Predation. His Oystercatcher, Functional response, Biomass, Range and Herbivore investigations are all subjects of Ecology research. His work carried out in the field of Oystercatcher brings together such families of science as Eurasian curlew, Godwit, Density dependence, Population size and Haematopus ostralegus.
His Foraging research includes elements of Overwintering, Statistics and Disturbance. In his research on the topic of Habitat, Environmental resource management is strongly related with Environmental change. His Fishery research incorporates elements of Sampling and Intertidal zone.
Richard A. Stillman mostly deals with Ecology, Fishery, Habitat, Foraging and Oystercatcher. His research in Herbivore, Grazing, Ecology, Abundance and Biomass are components of Ecology. His work focuses on many connections between Fishery and other disciplines, such as Intertidal zone, that overlap with his field of interest in Marine protected area, Estuary, Dredging, Overwintering and Predation.
The various areas that Richard A. Stillman examines in his Habitat study include Environmental change, Benthic zone, Environmental resource management and Introduced species. His Foraging research focuses on Wader and how it relates to Shore and Special Protection Area. His Oystercatcher research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carrion, Kleptoparasitism, Godwit, Host and Haematopus ostralegus.
Richard A. Stillman mainly focuses on Ecology, Ecology, Ecological systems theory, Herbivore and Abundance. Richard A. Stillman is studying Foraging, which is a component of Ecology. The Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Stakeholder, Key and Ecological dynamics.
His Ecological systems theory study deals with Environmental resource management intersecting with Environmental change, Ecosystem, Climate change, Habitat and Bird conservation. Richard A. Stillman focuses mostly in the field of Herbivore, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biomass and, in certain cases, Wildlife, Carrying capacity, Grazing and Wildlife management. His research integrates issues of Terrestrial plant and Disturbance in his study of Abundance.
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A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models
Ecological Modelling (2006)
The Foraging Tactics of Plants
The ODD protocol for describing agent-based and other simulation models: A second update to improve clarity, replication, and structural realism
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2020)
Modelling interference from basic foraging behaviour
Journal of Animal Ecology (1997)
Predicting mortality in novel environments: tests and sensitivity of a behaviour‐based model
Journal of Applied Ecology (2000)
Prey abundance and the strength of interference in a foraging shorebird
Journal of Animal Ecology (1999)
Predicting the impacts of disturbance on shorebird mortality using a behaviour-based model
Biological Conservation (2002)
Carrying capacity in overwintering migratory birds
Biological Conservation (2002)
Making Predictions in a Changing World: The Benefits of Individual-Based Ecology
Individual-based ecology of coastal birds.
Biological Reviews (2010)
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