Jesse O'Hanley
Jesse O'Hanley
Professor of Environmental Systems Management, Kent Business School, University of Kent
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Adapting landscapes to climate change: examples of climate‐proof ecosystem networks and priority adaptation zones
CC Vos, P Berry, P Opdam, H Baveco, B Nijhof, J O’Hanley, C Bell, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (6), 1722-1731, 2008
Procedures for evaluating and prioritising the removal of fish passage barriers: a synthesis
PS Kemp, JR O'hanley
Fisheries Management and Ecology 17 (4), 297-322, 2010
Optimizing system resilience: a facility protection model with recovery time
C Losada, MP Scaparra, JR O’Hanley
European Journal of Operational Research 217 (3), 519-530, 2012
Designing robust coverage networks to hedge against worst-case facility losses
JR O’Hanley, RL Church
European Journal of Operational Research 209 (1), 23-36, 2011
Optimizing the removal of small fish passage barriers
JR O’hanley, D Tomberlin
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 10 (2), 85-98, 2005
Enhancing ecosystem restoration efficiency through spatial and temporal coordination
TM Neeson, MC Ferris, MW Diebel, PJ Doran, JR O’Hanley, PB McIntyre
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (19), 6236-6241, 2015
Open rivers: barrier removal planning and the restoration of free-flowing rivers
JR O’Hanley
Journal of Environmental Management 92 (12), 3112-3120, 2011
A review of recent developments in climate change science. Part II: The global-scale impacts of climate change
SN Gosling, R Warren, NW Arnell, P Good, J Caesar, D Bernie, JA Lowe, ...
Progress in Physical Geography 35 (4), 443-464, 2011
Restoring stream habitat connectivity: a proposed method for prioritizing the removal of resident fish passage barriers
JR O'Hanley, J Wright, M Diebel, MA Fedora, CL Soucy
Journal of environmental management 125, 19-27, 2013
Locating and protecting critical reserve sites to minimize expected and worst-case losses
JR O’Hanley, RL Church, JK Gilless
Biological Conservation 134 (1), 130-141, 2007
Probability chains: A general linearization technique for modeling reliability in facility location and related problems
JR O’Hanley, MP Scaparra, S García
European Journal of Operational Research 230 (1), 63-75, 2013
Effects of road crossings on habitat connectivity for stream‐resident fish
MW Diebel, M Fedora, S Cogswell, JR O'Hanley
River Research and Applications 31 (10), 1251-1261, 2015
Modelling natural resource responses to climate change (MONARCH): a local approach
PM Berry, PA Harrison, TP Dawson, CA Walmsley
Development of a conceptual and methodological framework for universal …, 2005
Optimal fish passage barrier removal—revisited
S King, JR O'Hanley
River Research and Applications 32 (3), 418-428, 2016
Pet project or best project? Online decision support tools for prioritizing barrier removals in the Great Lakes and beyond
AT Moody, TM Neeson, S Wangen, J Dischler, MW Diebel, A Milt, ...
Fisheries 42 (1), 57-65, 2017
A toolkit for optimizing fish passage barrier mitigation actions
S King, JR O'Hanley, LR Newbold, PS Kemp, MW Diebel
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2), 599-611, 2017
The AVOID programme’s new simulations of the global benefits of stringent climate change mitigation
R Warren, JA Lowe, NW Arnell, C Hope, P Berry, S Brown, A Gambhir, ...
Climatic Change 120 (1-2), 55-70, 2013
NeuralEnsembles: a neural network based ensemble forecasting program for habitat and bioclimatic suitability analysis
JR O'Hanley
Ecography 32 (1), 89-93, 2009
Recommendations for a" coarse-resolution rapid-assessment" methodology to assess barriers to fish migration, and associated prioritization tools
PS Kemp, IJ Russon, BJ Waterson, J O'Hanley, GR Pess
International Centre for Ecohydraulic Research, 2008
The importance of in situ site loss in nature reserve selection: balancing notions of complementarity and robustness
JR O’Hanley, RL Church, JK Gilless
Biological Conservation 135 (2), 170-180, 2007
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