Marlon E. Cobos
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kuenm: an R package for detailed development of ecological niche models using Maxent.
ME Cobos, AT Peterson, N Barve, L Osorio-Olvera
PeerJ 7, e6281, 2019
Current and Future Distribution of the Lone Star Tick, Amblyomma americanum (L.) (Acari: Ixodidae) in North America
RK Raghavan, AT Peterson, ME Cobos, R Ganta, D Foley
PloS one 14 (1), e0209082, 2019
Potential Spatial Distribution of the Newly Introduced Long-horned Tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis in North America
RK Raghavan, SC Barker, ME Cobos, D Barker, EJM Teo, DH Foley, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 498, 2019
Major challenges for correlational ecological niche model projections to future climate conditions
AT Peterson, ME Cobos, D Jiménez‐García
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1429 (1), 66-77, 2018
An exhaustive analysis of heuristic methods for variable selection in ecological niche modeling and species distribution modeling
ME Cobos, AT Peterson, L Osorio-Olvera, D Jiménez-García
Ecological Informatics 53, 100983, 2019
Sample data and training modules for cleaning biodiversity information
ME Cobos, L Jiménez, C Nuñez-Penichet, D Romero-Alvarez, M Simoes
Biodiversity Informatics 13, 49-50, 2018
General theory and good practices in ecological niche modeling: a basic guide
M Simoes, D Romero-Alvarez, C Nuñez-Penichet, L Jiménez, ME Cobos
Biodiversity Informatics 15 (2), 67-68, 2020
Geographic potential of the world’s largest hornet, Vespa mandarinia Smith (Hymenoptera: Vespidae), worldwide and particularly in North America
C Nuñez-Penichet, L Osorio-Olvera, VH Gonzalez, ME Cobos, L Jiménez, ...
PeerJ 9, e10690, 2021
A simulation-based method for selecting calibration areas for ecological niche models and species distribution models
F Machado-Stredel, ME Cobos, AT Peterson
Frontiers of Biogeography 13 (4), 2021
Recognizing sources of uncertainty in disease vector ecological niche models: An example with the tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato
A Alkishe, ME Cobos, AT Peterson, AM Samy
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 18 (2), 91-102, 2020
Climate change will reduce the potential distribution ranges of Colombia’s most valuable pollinators
VH Gonzalez, ME Cobos, J Jaramillo, R Ospina
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 19 (2), 195-206, 2021
Current and potential future distributions of Hass avocados in the face of climate change across the Americas
JG Ramírez-Gil, ME Cobos, D Jiménez-García, JG Morales-Osorio, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 70 (8), 694-708, 2019
Open access solutions for biodiversity journals: Do not replace one problem with another
AT Peterson, RP Anderson, M Beger, J Bolliger, L Brotons, CP Burridge, ...
Diversity and Distributions 25 (1), 5-8, 2019
Acknowledging uncertainty in evolutionary reconstructions of ecological niches
HL Owens, V Ribeiro, EE Saupe, ME Cobos, PA Hosner, JC Cooper, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (14), 6967-6977, 2020
ellipsenm: ecological niche characterizations using ellipsoids. R package
ME Cobos, L Osorio-Olvera, J Soberón, AT Peterson
Non-overlapping climatic niches and biogeographic barriers explain disjunct distributions of continental Urania moths
C Nuñez-Penichet, ME Cobos, J Soberon
Frontiers of Biogeography 13 (2), 2021
Environmental matching reveals non-uniform range-shift patterns in benthic marine Crustacea
MVP Simões, H Saeedi, ME Cobos, A Brandt
Climatic Change 168 (3), 31, 2021
An ecological niche shift for Neanderthal populations in Western Europe 70,000 years ago
WE Banks, MH Moncel, JP Raynal, ME Cobos, D Romero-Alvarez, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 5346, 2021
Recent and future threats to the Endangered Cuban toad Peltophryne longinasus: potential additive impacts of climate change and habitat loss
ME Cobos, RA Bosch
Oryx 52 (1), 116-125, 2018
Ecological niche and potential geographic distributions of Dermacentor marginatus and Dermacentor reticulatus (Acari: Ixodidae) under current and future …
A Alkishe, ME Cobos, L Osorio-Olvera, AT Peterson
Web Ecology 22 (2), 33-45, 2022
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