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Aktuelle Publikationen 2017

Hier finden Sie eine alphabetisch geordnete Liste unserer aktuellen Publikationen aus 2017. Ältere Publikationen finden Sie nach Jahreszahlen geordnet in unserem Archiv!

Bairlein F (2017) Hochleistung beim Vogelzug. Unser Wald 1/2917: 22-25

Bairlein F (2017) Preface: Eco.logy and conservation of birds in urban environments (Editors: Murgui E, Hedblom M). Springer, Heidelberg

Bairlein F (2017) Wanderer zwischen den Kontinenten - Ringfunde bayerischer Zugvögel. Vogelschutz 3/2017: 12-15

Bairlein F, Röseler D, Stey K, Schmaljohann H (2017) Linnets on the move. www.bou.org.uk/blog-bairlein-et-al-linnet-migration-behaviour/

Bairlein F, Wiltschko W (2017) Bird Migration (Editorial). J Comp Physiol A 203: 381-382

Bouwhuis S, Vedder O (2017) Avian escape artists? Patterns, processes and costs of senescence in wild birds. In: The evolution of senescence in the tree of life. Eds: Shefferson RP, Jones OR, Salguero-Gómez R, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (UK)

Bulte M, Heyers D, Mouritsen H, Bairlein F (2017) Geomagnetic information modulates nocturnal migratory restlessness but not fueling in a long distance migratory songbird. J Avian Biol 48: 75-82

Dobson FS, Becker PH, Arnaud CM, Bouwhuis S, Charmantier A (2017) Plasticity results in delayed breeding in a long-distant migrant seabird. Ecol Evol 7:3100-3109. DOI 10.1002/ece3.2777

Eikenaar C, Källstig E, Andersson MN, Herrera-Dueñas, Isaksson C (2017) Oxidative challenges of avian migration: a comparative study on a partial migrant. Physiol Biochem Zool, accepted; DOI: 10.1086/689191

Eikenaar C. Müller F, Leutgeb C, Hessler S, Lebus K, Taylor PD, Schmaljohann H (2017) Corticosterone and timing of migratory in a songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 284: 20162300

Elbers D, Bulte M, Bairlein F, Mouritsen H, Heyers D (2017) Magnetic activation in the brain of the migratory nothern wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe). J Comp Physiol A 203: 591-600

Exo K-M, Wellbrock AHJ, Sondermann J, Maier M (2017): Assessing the impact of mowing on Common Redshanks Tringa totanus breeding on saltmarshes: lessons for conservation management. Bird Conserv Intern; DOI: 10.1017/S0959270916000496

Heyers D, Elbers D, Bulte M, Mouritsen H, Bairlein F (2017) The magnetic map sense and its use in fine-tuning the migration programme o birds. J Comp Physiol A 203: 491-497

Rebke M, Becker PH, Colchero F (2017) Better the devil you know: common terns stay with a previous partner although pair bond duration does not affect breeding output. Proc R Soc B 284: 20161424; dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.1424

Riechert J, Becker PH (2017) What makes a good parent? Sex-specific relationships between nest attendance, hormone levels, and breeding success in a long-lived seabird. Auk 134: 644-658

Röseler D, Schmaljohann H, Bairlein F (2017) Migration routes and wintering grounds of a short-/medium-distance diurnal migrant revealed by geolocation: A case study of Linnets Carduelis cannabina. J. Ornithol 158: 875-880

Schmaljohann H, Both C (2017) The limits of modifying mmigration speed to adjust to climate change. Nature Climate Change. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE3336 full-text access to a view-only version

Schmaljohann H, Eikenaar C (2017) How do energy stores and changes in these affect departure decisions by migratory birds? A critical view on stopover ecology studies and some future perspectives. J Comp Physiol A; DOI: 10.1007/s00359-17-1166-8

Schmaljohann H, Lisovski S, Bairlein F (2017) Flexible reaction norms to environmental variables along the migration route and the significance of stopover duration for total speed of migration in a songbird migrant. Frontiers in Zool 14: 17

Shariati M, Skidmore AK, Darvishzadeh R, Exo K-M, Kölzsch A, Griffin L, Stahl J, Cabot D, Toxopeus AG (2017) Expert system for modelling stopover site selection by barnacle geese. Ecol Modelling 359: 398-405

Stey K, Röseler D, Bairlein F (2017) Endogenous migratory behaviour in a diurnally migrating songbird. J Ornithol 158: 717-724

Vedder O, Zhang H, Bouwhuis S (2017) Early mortality saves energy: estimating the energetic cost of excess offspring in a seabird. Proc R Soc B 284: 20162724

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