Jasper A.J. Eikelboom
Jasper A.J. Eikelboom
Postdoctoral researcher, Wageningen University
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The impact of hunting on tropical mammal and bird populations
A Benítez-López, R Alkemade, AM Schipper, DJ Ingram, PA Verweij, ...
Science 356 (6334), 180-183, 2017
World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency 2021
WJ Ripple, C Wolf, TM Newsome, JW Gregg, TM Lenton, I Palomo, ...
BioScience 71 (9), 894-898, 2021
Improving the precision and accuracy of animal population estimates with aerial image object detection
JAJ Eikelboom, J Wind, E van de Ven, LM Kenana, B Schroder, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (11), 1875-1887, 2019
Will legal international rhino horn trade save wild rhino populations?
JAJ Eikelboom, RJM Nuijten, YXG Wang, B Schroder, IMA Heitkönig, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 23, e01145, 2020
Timely poacher detection and localization using sentinel animal movement
HJ de Knegt, JAJ Eikelboom, F van Langevelde, WF Spruyt, HHT Prins
Scientific Reports 11, 4596, 2021
Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns
MA Tucker, AM Schipper, TSF Adams, N Attias, T Avgar, NL Babic, ...
Science 380 (6649), 1059-1064, 2023
Inferring an animal’s environment through biologging: quantifying the environmental influence on animal movement
JAJ Eikelboom, HJ de Knegt, M Klaver, F van Langevelde, T van der Wal, ...
Movement Ecology 8, 40, 2020
Sentinel animals: Enriching artificial intelligence with wildlife ecology to guard rhinos
JAJ Eikelboom
Wageningen University, 2021
Visual Exploration of Movement Relatedness for Multi-species Ecology Analysis
W Li, M Funk, J Eikelboom, A Brombacher
arXiv, 2001.11163, 2020
An essay on the ecological and socio-economic effects of the current and future global human population size
JAJ Eikelboom
Utrecht University, 2014
Code underlying the publication: Poaching pressure on African rhinos is still at all-time high
JAJ Eikelboom
Animal group size variation in a minimal attraction-repulsion agent-based model
JAJ Eikelboom, A Doelman, F Van Langevelde, HJ De Knegt
bioRxiv, 2024.03. 20.585938, 2024
Movement of large African savanna herbivores is shaped by intricate interactions between behavioural modes and the spatial-temporal environment
H Linssen, HJ de Knegt, JAJ Eikelboom
bioRxiv, 2022.12.19.521042, 2022
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