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Bayliss, J., Simonite, V. & Thompson,
S. (2002). An innovative approach to multi-species avian
conservation. Proceedings of Avian Landscape Ecology- Pure and
Applied Issues in the Large Scale Ecology of Birds, 165 – 174.
Bayliss, J., Helyar, A., Lee,
J.T. Lee & Thompson, S. (2003). A multi-criteria
targeting approach to neutral grassland conservation. Journal of
Environmental Management, 67, 145 – 160.
N., Clements, T., Lee, J. T., and Thompson, S. (2003). Modelling soil
series to facilitate targeted habitat restoration: a polytomous logistic
regression approach. Journal of Environmental Management, 67, 395 - 407.
B.R., Biggs, J., Lee, J.T. & and Thompson, S. (2004) Identifying
optimum locations for new ponds. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and
Freshwater Ecosystems, 14, 5 - 24
Thompson, S., Hazel, A.
Bailey, N., Bayliss, J. & Lee, J.T. (2004).
Identifying potential breeding sites for the stone curlew (Burhinus
oedicnemus) in the UK. Journal for Nature Conservation, 12, 229 –
J.T. & Thompson, S. (2005). Targeting sites for
habitat creation: an investigation into alternative scenarios.
Landscape and Urban Planning, 17 - 28.
J., Simonite, V. & Thompson, S. (2005). The use of
probabilistic habitat suitability models for Biodiversity Action Planning.
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 108, 228 – 250.
J., Therivel, R., Thompson, S., & Slater, M. (2005). Principles
for the use of Strategic Environmental Assessment as a tool for promoting the
conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. Journal of
Environmental Assessment, Policy & Management, 7, 173 – 199.
Bailey, N., Lee, J.T., Thompson
S., (2006). Maximising the natural capital benefits of habitat creation:
Spatially targeting native woodland using GIS. Landscape and Urban
Planning, 227 - 243.
Davies, B.R., Biggs, J., Williams, P.J., Lee, J.T. and Thompson, S.
(2008). A comparison of the catchment sizes of rivers, streams, ponds,
ditches and lakes: implications for protecting aquatic biodiversity in an
agricultural landscape. Hydrobiologia, 597, 7 – 17.
Davies, B.R., Biggs, J., Williams, P.J., and Thompson,
S. (2009). Making agricultural landscapes more sustainable for
freshwater biodiversity: a case study from southern England. Aquatic
Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 19, 439 – 447.
Hemsley-Flint, F., Hart, G., Lee, J. & Thompson,
S. (2009). Developing ontologies from a domain expert
perspective. In Aplin, P, Mount, N., Priestnall, G. & Harvey, G.(Eds)
Representing, Modelling, and Visualizing the Natural Environment. CRC
N. and Thompson, S. (2011). A rapid ecological network
assessment tool and its use in locating habitat extension areas in a changing
landscape. Journal for Nature Conservation,, 19, 236 -
S. (2011). Collecting new data on tigers in Northern India,
Biodiversity Science. Available at http://www.biodiversityscience.com/2011/04/27/new-data-tigers-india/
Lorist, G., Avent, T., Scaps, P., Thompson, S.,
Long, P. & Slater, K. (2012). Herbivore distribution patterns
mapped on a South African game reserve. Available at http://www.biodiversityscience.com/2012/12/11/herbivore-distribution-game-reserve/
Drayson, K. & Thompson, S.
(2013). Ecological mitigation measures in English EIA. Journal of
Environmental Management, 119, 103 – 110.
Doughty, L.S., Slater, K., Zitzer, H., Avent, T. &
Thompson, S. (2014). The impact of male contraception on dominance
hierarchy and herd association patterns of African elephants (Loxodonta
africana) in a fenced game reserve. Global Ecology and Conservation.
Drayson, K., Wood, G. J. & Thompson, S.
(2015). Assessing the Quality of the Ecological Component of English
Environmental Statements. Journal of Environmental Management, 160, 241 – 253.
Webber, A.W., Thompson, S., Bailey, N. &
Priston, E.C. (2017). Using Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
at sites of negative human-wildlife interactions: current applications and
future developments. In: Human Wildlife Conflicts: New Dimensions (Eds:
Webber, A.W., Hill, C.M. & Priston, E.C.). Berghahn Books.
Thompson S, Avent
T, Doughty LS (2016) Range Analysis and Terrain Preference of Adult Southern
White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
in a South African Private Game Reserve: Insights into Carrying Capacity and
Future Management. PLoS ONE, 11(9): e0161724. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161724