Research Scientist / Conservation Ecology Center
I am a quantitative ecologist, and I work at the interface of empirical and theoretical ecology. I use statistics, often custom designed, to link mathematical models of the systems I study to data. I then use the results of that linkage—a parameterized model of the focal system—to answer both basic and applied questions. My general approach is to work collaboratively with experts on the particular systems I study to help forge a stronger connection between the theoretical and empirical sides of the problem.
Teitelbaum, Claire S., Fagan, William F., Fleming, Chris H., Dressler, Gunnar, Calabrese, Justin M., Leimgruber, Peter and Mueller, Thomas. How far to go? Determinants of migration distance in land mammals, Ecology Letters, () -. 2015.
Bacelar, Flora S., Calabrese, Justin M. and Hernández-García, Emilio. Exploring the tug of war between positive and negative interactions among savanna trees: Competition, dispersal, and protection from fire, Ecological Complexity, 17 140-148. 2014.
Batsaikhan, Nyamsuren, Buuveibaatar, Bayarbaatar, Chimed, Bazaar, Enkhtuya, Oidov, Galbrakh, Davaa, Ganbaatar, Oyunsaikhan, Lkhagvasuren, Badamjav, Nandintsetseg, Dejid, Berger, Joel, Calabrese, Justin M., Edwards, Ann E., Fagan, William F., Fuller, Todd K., Heiner, Michael, Ito, Takehiko Y., Kaczensky, Petra, Leimgruber, Peter, Lushchekina, Anna, Milner-Gulland, E., Mueller, Thomas, Murray, Martyn G., Olson, Kirk A., Reading, Richard, Schaller, George B., Stubbe, Annagret, et al. Conserving the World's Finest Grassland Amidst Ambitious National Development, Conservation Biology, 28 (6) 1736-1739. 2014.
Calabrese, Justin M., Certain, Grégoire, Kraan, Casper and Dormann, Carsten F. Stacking species distribution models and adjusting bias by linking them to macroecological models, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 23 (1) 99-112. 2014.
Fagan, William F. and Calabrese, Justin M. The Correlated Random Walk and the Rise of Movement Ecology, Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 95 (3) 204-206. 2014.