Here you can find an alphabetically ordered list of our publications of 2021. You can find older publications in our archive.


Publikationen 2021

Dierschke J, Geiter O (2021) Vorkommen der Unterarten des Gimpels Pyrrhula pyrrhula in Deutschland nach Beringungsergebnissen. Vogelwarte 58: 437-444

Dierschke, V, Salewski V, Bregnballe T, Dierschke J, Hälterlein B, Martens S, Pedersen KT (2021): Jährliche Überlebenswahrscheinlichkeiten von Heringsmöwen Larus fuscus und Silbermöwen L. argentatus aus Schleswig-Holstein und Dänemark 2005–2014. Corax 24: 321-340

Eikenaar C, Karwinkel T, Hessler S. 2021. Changes in fat mass affect the motivation to migrate in northern wheatears. Journal of Avian Biology doi: 10.1111/jav.02736

Hüppop O (2021) Die „Vogelfluglinie“: Vogelzug über der westlichen Ostsee im Wetterradar. Vogelwarte 58: 519-520

Kelsey NA, Schmaljohann H, Bairlein F (2021): The avian lightweights: trans‐Saharan migrants show lower lean body mass than short‐/medium‐distance migrants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13787

Kürten N, Piening K, Vedder O (2021) Does parental heart rate affect embryonic heart rate during incubation? An experiment in common terns. Journal of Ornithology

Langebrake C, Meyer BS, Liedvogel M (2021) Molekulare Grundlagen des Vogelzugs. Biospektrum 27, 28–30 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s12268-021-1511-y)

Lisovski S , Liedvogel M (2021) A bird’s migration decoded. Nature. doi: 10.1038/d41586-021-00510-4

Van Doren BM, Conway GJ, Phillips RJ, Evans GC, Roberts GCM, Liedvogel M, Sheldon BC (2021) Human activity shapes the wintering ecology of a migratory bird. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.15597

Vedder O, Moiron M, Bichet C, Bauch C, Verhulst S, Becker PH, Bouwhuis S (2021) Telomere length is heritable and genetically correlated with lifespan in a wild bird. Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.15807

Vedder O, Pen I, Bouwhuis S (2021) How fitness consequences of early-life conditions vary with age in a long-lived seabird: a Bayesian multivariate analysis of age-specific reproductive values. Journal of Animal Ecology

Wobker J, Heim W, Schmaljohann H (2021). Sex, age, molt strategy, and migration distance explain the phenology of songbirds at a stopover along the East Asian flyway. Behav Ecol Sociobiol (2021) 75:25. doi.org/10.1007/s00265-020-02957-3