Tim R. Hofmeester
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Few vertebrate species dominate the Borrelia burgdorferi sl life cycle
TR Hofmeester, EC Coipan, SE Van Wieren, HHT Prins, W Takken, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 043001, 2016
A simple method for estimating the effective detection distance of camera traps
TR Hofmeester, JM Rowcliffe, PA Jansen
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3 (2), 81-89, 2017
Cascading effects of predator activity on tick-borne disease risk
TR Hofmeester, PA Jansen, HJ Wijnen, EC Coipan, M Fonville, HHT Prins, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20170453, 2017
Pictures or pellets? Comparing camera trapping and dung counts as methods for estimating population densities of ungulates
SE Pfeffer, R Spitzer, AM Allen, TR Hofmeester, G Ericsson, F Widemo, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (2), 173-183, 2018
Deer presence rather than abundance determines the population density of the sheep tick, Ixodes ricinus, in Dutch forests
TR Hofmeester, H Sprong, PA Jansen, HHT Prins, SE Van Wieren
Parasites & vectors 10 (1), 1-8, 2017
Framing pictures: A conceptual framework to identify and correct for biases in detection probability of camera traps enabling multi‐species comparison
TR Hofmeester, JPGM Cromsigt, J Odden, H Andrén, J Kindberg, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 2320-2336, 2019
New foci of Haemaphysalis punctata and Dermacentor reticulatus in the Netherlands
TR Hofmeester, PB van der Lei, AD Van Leeuwen, H Sprong, ...
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 7 (2), 367-370, 2016
Impact of vertebrate communities on Ixodes ricinus-borne disease risk in forest areas
K Takumi, H Sprong, TR Hofmeester
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-12, 2019
Predicting tick presence by environmental risk mapping
A Swart, A Ibañez-Justicia, J Buijs, SE van Wieren, TR Hofmeester, ...
Frontiers in public health 2, 238, 2014
A review of factors to consider when using camera traps to study animal behavior to inform wildlife ecology and conservation
A Caravaggi, AC Burton, DA Clark, JT Fisher, A Grass, S Green, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (8), e239, 2020
Predation risk constrains herbivores’ adaptive capacity to warming
MP Veldhuis, TR Hofmeester, G Balme, DJ Druce, RT Pitman, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (8), 1069-1074, 2020
Using by‐catch data from wildlife surveys to quantify climatic parameters and timing of phenology for plants and animals using camera traps
TR Hofmeester, S Young, S Juthberg, NJ Singh, F Widemo, H Andrén, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 6 (2), 129-140, 2020
Hidden dispersal in an urban world: genetic analysis reveals occasional long-distance dispersal and limited spatial substructure among Dutch pine martens
GA De Groot, TR Hofmeester, M La Haye, HAH Jansman, M Perez-Haro, ...
Conservation Genetics 17 (1), 111-123, 2016
The Mostela: an adjusted camera trapping device as a promising non-invasive tool to study and monitor small mustelids
J Mos, TR Hofmeester
Mammal Research, 2020
Role of mustelids in the life-cycle of ixodid ticks and transmission cycles of four tick-borne pathogens
TR Hofmeester, AI Krawczyk, AD Van Leeuwen, M Fonville, ...
Parasites & vectors 11 (1), 1-13, 2018
The genetic diversity of Borrelia afzelii is not maintained by the diversity of the rodent hosts
CE Coipan, GLA van Duijvendijk, TR Hofmeester, K Takumi, H Sprong
Parasites & vectors 11 (1), 1-7, 2018
Quantifying the availability of vertebrate hosts to ticks: a camera-trapping approach
TR Hofmeester, JM Rowcliffe, PA Jansen
Frontiers in veterinary science 4, 115, 2017
The role of large herbivores in Ixodes ricinus and Borrelia burgdorferi sl dynamics
SE van Wieren, TR Hofmeester
Ecology and prevention of Lyme borreliosis, 151-159, 2016
Wild ungulate species differ in their contribution to the transmission of Ixodes ricinus-borne pathogens
ND Fabri, H Sprong, TR Hofmeester, H Heesterbeek, BF Donnars, ...
Parasites & vectors 14 (1), 1-15, 2021
The wild life of tick-borne pathogens
TR Hofmeester
PQDT-Global, 2016
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