Dr Richard Glennie:
Research Fellow

Dr Richard Glennie

Dr Richard Glennie
The Observatory
Buchanan Gardens
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9LZ

tel: (44) (0) 1334 461847
room: 103

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Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling
School of Mathematics & Statistics
National Centre for Statistical Ecology

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My PhD is entitled Incorporating Animal Movement with Distance Sampling and Spatial Capture-Recapture 

Supervised by Prof. Stephen T. Buckland.

My research interests are in Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science; in particular, using knowledge from these fields to solve problems in statistical ecology.

Statistical Ecology
  • Distance Sampling: animal movement
  • Spatial Capture-Recapture: movement, open populations, habitat use, continuous-time
  • Animal Movement: continuous-time, behaviour-switching
Mathematics & Statistics
  • Hidden Markov Models
  • Path Integration: computing functional integrals efficiently
  • Continuous-time Stochastic Processes: Wiener process and extensions
Computer Science
  • Software development in R and C++
  • Matrix Methods: Krylov subspaces, Fast-Fourier Transform, Sparse Matrices
  • Object-Orientated Programming


source: symbiosis

Recent Publications:

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Open population maximum likelihood spatial capture-recapture Richard Glennie, David Louis Borchers, Matthew Murchie, Bart Harmsen, Rebecca Foster
Incorporating animal movement into distance sampling Richard Glennie, Stephen Terrence Buckland, Roland Langrock, Tim Gerrodette, Lisa Ballance, Susan Chivers, Michael Scott, William Perrin
Journal of the American Statistical Association
The effect of animal movement on line transect estimates of abundance Richard Glennie, Stephen Terrence Buckland, Len Thomas
PLoS One 2015 vol.10