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Publikationen 2019

Hier finden Sie eine alphabetisch geordnete Liste unserer aktuellen Publikationen aus dem Jahr 2019. Ältere Publikationen finden Sie nach Jahreszahlen geordnet in unserem Archiv!



Bichet C, Vedder O, Sauer-Gürth H, Becker PH, Wink M, Bouwhuis S (2019) Contrasting heterozygosity-fitness correlations across life in a long-lived seabird. Molecular Ecology 28: 671-685

Braasch A, Becker PH (2019) Maternal investment in last-laid eggs does not compensate for hatching asynchrony in a seabird. Oecologia 190: 48-57; DOI 10.1007/s00442-019-04399-9

Brust V, Michalik B, Hüppop O (2019) To cross or not to cross – thrushes at the German North Sea coast adapt flight and routing to wind conditions in autumn. Movement Ecology 7: 32; doi:10.1186/s40462-019-0173-5

Bulla M, Reneerkens J, Weiser EL, Sokolov A, Taylor AR, Sittler B, McCaffery BJ, Ruthrauff DR, Catlin DH, Payer DC, Ward DH, Solovyeva DV, Santos ESA, Rakhimberdiev E, Nol E, Kwon E, Brown GS, Hevial GD, Gates HR, Johnson JA, van Gils JA, Hansen J, Lamarre J-F, Rausch J, Conklin JR, Liebezeit J, Bêty J, Lang J, Alves JA, Fernández-Elipe J, Exo K-M, Bollache L, Bertellotti M, Giroux M-A, van de Pol M, Johnson M, Boldenow ML, Valcu M, Soloviev M, Sokolova N,  Senner NR, Lecomte N, Meyer N, Schmidt NM, Gilg O, Smith PA, Machín P, McGuire RL, Cerboncini RAS, Ottvall R, van Bemmelen RSA, Swift RJ, Saalfeld ST, Jamieson SE, Brown S, Piersma T, Albrecht T, D´Amico V, Lanctot RB, Kempenaers B (2019): Comment on “Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds“ Science 10.1126/science.aaw8529

Colchero F, Jones OR, Conde DA, Hodgson D, Zajitschek F, Schmidt BR, Malo AF, Alberts SC, Becker PH, Bouwhuis S, Bronikowski AM, de Vleeschouwer KM, Delahay RJ, Dummermuth S, Fernández-Duque, E, Frisenvænge J, Hesselsøe M, Larson S, Lemaître J-F, McDonald J, Miller DAW, O'Donnell C, Packer C, Raboy BE, Reading CJ, Wapstra E, Weimerskirch H, While GM, Baudisch A, Flatt T, Coulson T, Gaillard J-M (2019) The diversity of population responses to environmental change. Ecology Letters 22: 342-353

Culina A, Linton DM, Pradel R, Bouwhuis S, Macdonald DW (2019) Live fast, don’t die young: survival reproduction trade-offs in long-lived income breeders. Journal of Animal Ecology: 16379031

Deutschlander ME, Muheim R, Bairlein F (2019). Magnetic orientation in migratory songbirds. In: Choe JC (Ed), Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, (2nd ed.). vol. 3, pp. 655–665. Elsevier, Academic Press

Eikenaar C, Hegemann A, Packmor F, Kleugden I, Isaksson C (2019) Not just fuel: energy stores are correlated with immune function and oxidative damage in a long-distance migrant. Current Zoology, 2019, 1–8; doi: 10.1093/cz/zoz009

Eikenaar C, Hessler S, Fischer S, Bairlein F (2019) An exception to the rule: captivity does not stress wild migrating northern wheatears. Gen Comp Endocrinol 275: 25-29

Eikenaar C, Packmor F, Schmaljohann H, Hegemann A (2019) Stopover departure decisions in autumn are not associated with constitutive immune function in Northern Wheatears Oenanthe oenanthe. Journal of Ornithology, doi: 10.1007/s10336-019-01665-8

Exo KM, Hillig F & Bairlein F (2019) Migration routes and strategies of Grey Plovers (Pluvialis squatarola) on the East Atlantic Flyway as revealed by satellite tracking. Avian Research 10:28;

Exo KM, Hillig F & Bairlein F (2019) Data from: Migration routes and strategies of Grey Plovers (Pluvialis squatarola) on the East Atlantic Flyway as revealed by satellite tracking. Movebank Data Repository.

Exo K-M, Urban T von (2018) Nistplatzwahl und Zeit-Aktivitätsbudgets auf Kolguev (Russland) brütender Kiebitzregenpfeifer. Jber Inst Vogelforschung 13: 13-14

Haest B (2019) Cuckoos: The holy grail of avian biodiversity conservation? Ecological Indicators 97: 59-66

Hering J, Fischer S, Geiter O, Siegel S, Eilts H-J, Fuchs Elmar, Habib Mohamed I & Winter M (2019)  Breeding population of African Pied Wagtail at lake Nasser, Egypt. Dutch Birding 41: 238-244

Hüppop O, Ciach M, Diehl R, Reynolds DR, Stepanian PM, Menz MH (2019) Perspectives and challenges for the use of radar in biological conservation. Ecography 42: 912-930. doi:10.1111/ecog.04063

Hüppop O, Michalik B, Bach L, Hill R & Pelletier SK (2019) Migratory birds and bats. In Perrow MR (ed) Wildlife and Wind Farms, Conflicts and Solutions. Volume 3. Offshore: Potential effects. S. 142-173. Pelagic Publishing, Exeter

Jiguet F, Robert A , Lorrilliere R, Hobson K A, Kardynal K J,Arlettaz R, Bairlein F, Belik V, Bernardy P, Copete J L, Czajkowski M A, Dale S, Dombrovski V, Ducros D, Efrat R, Elts J, Ferrand Y, Marja R, Minkevicius S, Olsson P, Perez M, Piha M, Raković M, Schmaljohann H, Seimola T, Selstam G, Siblet J-P, Skierczyǹski M, Sokolov A, Sondell J, Moussy C (2019) Unravelling migration connectivity reveals unsustainable hunting of the declining ortolan bunting. Sci. Adv. 2019; 5: eaau2642

Kelsey NA, Bairlein F (2019) Migratory body mass increase in Northern Wheatears (Oenanthe oenanthe) is the accumulation of fat as proven by quantitative magnetic resonance. J Ornithology 160: 389-397;

Kölzsch A, Müskens GJDM, Szinai P, Moonen S, Glazov P, Kruckenberg H, Wikelski M, Nolet BA (2019) Flyway connectivity and exchange primarily driven by moult migration in geese. Movement Ecology (2019) 7:3,

Molis M, Hill R, Hüppop O, Bach L, Coppack T, Pelletier SK, Dittmann T, Schulz A  (2019) Measuring bird and bat collision and avoidance. In: Perrow M (ed) Wildlife and wind farms, conflicts and solutions. Volume 4. Off-shore: Monitoring and Mitigation. S. 167-206. Pelagic Publishing, Exeter

Sander MM, Helm W, Schmaljohann H (2019) Seasonal and diurnal increases in energy stores in migratory warblers at an autumn stopover site along the Asian-Australasian flyway. Journal of Ornithology, doi: 10.1007/s10336-019-01701-7

Schmaljohann H (2019) The start of migration correlates with arrival timing, and the total speed of migration increases with migration distance in migratory songbirds: a cross-continental analysis. Movement Ecology.

Vedder O, Zhang H, Dänhardt A, Bouwhuis S (2019) Age-specific offspring mortality economically tracks food abundance in a piscivorous seabird. American Naturalist 193: 588-597

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