The School has research strengths across Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. All the Research groups are internationally-leading, and attract researchers, postgraduate students and collaborators from across the world. The School is also well-known for its research in the History of Mathematics.

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Recent Submissions

  • Mediterranean mesocarnivores in spatially structured managed landscapes : community organisation in time and space 

    Curveira-Santos, Gonçalo; Marques, Tiago A.; Björklund, Mats; Santos-Reis, Margarida (2017-01-16) - Journal article
    In the multi-functional and biodiverse cork oak landscapes of Iberia (Montado), agro-silvo-pastoral practices promote landscape heterogeneity and create intricate habitat and resource availability patterns. We used ...
  • The number and distribution of polar bears in the western Barents Sea 

    Aars, Jon; Marques, Tiago A.; Lone, Karen; Andersen, Magnus; Wiig, Øystein; Fløystad, Ida Marie Bardalen; Hagen, Snorre B.; Buckland, Stephen T. (2017-10-09) - Journal article
    Polar bears have experienced a rapid loss of sea-ice habitat in the Barents Sea. Monitoring this subpopulation focuses on the effects on polar bear demography. In August 2015, we conducted a survey in the Norwegian Arctic ...
  • Comparison of methods for modelling coronal magnetic fields 

    Goldstraw, E. E.; Hood, A. W.; Browning, P. K.; Cargill, P. J. (2017-11-03) - Journal article
    Aims. Four different approximate approaches used to model the stressing ofcoronal magnetic fields due to an imposed photospheric motion are compared with each other and the results from a full time-dependent magnetohydrodynamic ...
  • Point process models for spatio-temporal distance sampling data from a large-scale survey of blue whales 

    Yuan, Y.; Bachl, F. E.; Lindgren, F.; Borchers, David Louis; Illian, J. B.; Buckland, S. T.; Rue, H.; Gerrodette, T. (2017-12) - Journal article
    Distance sampling is a widely used method for estimating wildlife population abundance. The fact that conventional distance sampling methods are partly design-based constrains the spatial resolution at which animal density ...
  • Individual, ecological, and anthropogenic influences on activity budgets of long-finned pilot whales 

    Isojunno, S.; Sadykova, D.; DeRuiter, S.; Curé, C.; Visser, F.; Thomas, L.; Miller, P. J. O.; Harris, C. M. (2017-12) - Journal article
    Time allocation to different activities and habitats enables individuals to modulate their perceived risks and access to resources, and can reveal important trade-offs between fitness-enhancing activities (e.g., feeding ...

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