Tim R. Hofmeester
Tim R. Hofmeester
Associate Professor and Researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
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Framing pictures: A conceptual framework to identify and correct for biases in detection probability of camera traps enabling multi‐species comparison
TR Hofmeester, JPGM Cromsigt, J Odden, H Andrén, J Kindberg, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 2320-2336, 2019
Few vertebrate species dominate the Borrelia burgdorferi sl life cycle
TR Hofmeester, EC Coipan, SE Van Wieren, HHT Prins, W Takken, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 043001, 2016
A simple method for estimating the effective detection distance of camera traps
TR Hofmeester, JM Rowcliffe, PA Jansen
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3 (2), 81-89, 2017
Cascading effects of predator activity on tick-borne disease risk
TR Hofmeester, PA Jansen, HJ Wijnen, EC Coipan, M Fonville, HHT Prins, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20170453, 2017
Deer presence rather than abundance determines the population density of the sheep tick, Ixodes ricinus, in Dutch forests
TR Hofmeester, H Sprong, PA Jansen, HHT Prins, SE Van Wieren
Parasites & vectors 10 (1), 1-8, 2017
Pictures or pellets? Comparing camera trapping and dung counts as methods for estimating population densities of ungulates
SE Pfeffer, R Spitzer, AM Allen, TR Hofmeester, G Ericsson, F Widemo, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (2), 173-183, 2018
A review of factors to consider when using camera traps to study animal behavior to inform wildlife ecology and conservation
A Caravaggi, AC Burton, DA Clark, JT Fisher, A Grass, S Green, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (8), e239, 2020
Impact of vertebrate communities on Ixodes ricinus-borne disease risk in forest areas
K Takumi, H Sprong, TR Hofmeester
Parasites & Vectors 12 (1), 1-12, 2019
Predation risk constrains herbivores’ adaptive capacity to warming
MP Veldhuis, TR Hofmeester, G Balme, DJ Druce, RT Pitman, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (8), 1069-1074, 2020
Using by‐catch data from wildlife surveys to quantify climatic parameters and timing of phenology for plants and animals using camera traps
TR Hofmeester, S Young, S Juthberg, NJ Singh, F Widemo, H Andrén, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 6 (2), 129-140, 2020
New foci of Haemaphysalis punctata and Dermacentor reticulatus in the Netherlands
TR Hofmeester, PB van der Lei, AD Van Leeuwen, H Sprong, ...
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 7 (2), 367-370, 2016
The Mostela: an adjusted camera trapping device as a promising non-invasive tool to study and monitor small mustelids
J Mos, TR Hofmeester
Mammal Research, 2020
Predicting tick presence by environmental risk mapping
A Swart, A Ibañez-Justicia, J Buijs, SE van Wieren, TR Hofmeester, ...
Frontiers in public health 2, 238, 2014
Effects of camera‐trap placement and number on detection of members of a mammalian assemblage
TR Hofmeester, NH Thorsen, JPGM Cromsigt, J Kindberg, H Andrén, ...
Ecosphere 12 (7), e03662, 2021
Wildlife in the Digital Anthropocene: Examining human-animal relations through surveillance technologies
E Von Essen, J Turnbull, A Searle, FA Jørgensen, TR Hofmeester, ...
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 6 (1), 679-699, 2023
Wild ungulate species differ in their contribution to the transmission of Ixodes ricinus-borne pathogens
ND Fabri, H Sprong, TR Hofmeester, H Heesterbeek, BF Donnars, ...
Parasites & vectors 14, 1-15, 2021
Role of mustelids in the life-cycle of ixodid ticks and transmission cycles of four tick-borne pathogens
TR Hofmeester, AI Krawczyk, AD Van Leeuwen, M Fonville, ...
Parasites & Vectors 11, 1-13, 2018
The genetic diversity of Borrelia afzelii is not maintained by the diversity of the rodent hosts
CE Coipan, GLA van Duijvendijk, TR Hofmeester, K Takumi, H Sprong
Parasites & Vectors 11, 1-7, 2018
Quantifying the availability of vertebrate hosts to ticks: a camera-trapping approach
TR Hofmeester, JM Rowcliffe, PA Jansen
Frontiers in veterinary science 4, 115, 2017
Random encounter model is a reliable method for estimating population density of multiple species using camera traps
P Palencia, P Barroso, J Vicente, TR Hofmeester, J Ferreres, P Acevedo
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 8 (5), 670-682, 2022
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