Publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters

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2023

 

282. Currie, S.E., Johansson, C., Aumont, C., Voigt, C.C. Hedenström, A. (2023) Low conversion efficiency of flight power increases with speed in the migratroy bat Nathusius' pipistrelle. Proceedings of the Royal Society London: Biological Sciences. 290:20230045.https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2023.0045.

 

281. Froidevaux, ...., Voigt, C.C., et al. (2023) EuroBaTrait 1.0, a species-level trait database of bats in Europe and beyond. Scientific Data. accepted

 

280. Ahs, A.K., Fournier, B., ..., Voigt, C.C., et al. (2023) Urbanisation generates multiple trait syndromes for terrestrial taxa worldwide. Nature Communications. accepted

 

279. Chakravarty, R., Radchuk, V., Managave, S., Voigt, C.C. (2023) Increasing species richness along elevational gradients is associated with niche packing in bat assemblages. Journal of Animal Ecology. accepted

 

278. Melber, M., Hermanns, U., Voigt, C.C., Bach, L., Giese, C., Grosche, L., Kaipf, I., Lindemann, C., Meyer, F., Runkel, V., Seebens-Hoyer, A. (2023) Fledermausschutz an Windenergieanlagen - Aktueller Stand und Herausforderungen. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung. in press.

 

277. Voigt, C.C. (2023) Evidenzbasiertes Wildtiermanagement. SpringerSpektrum. E-book. pp. xx. im Druck

 

276. Voigt, C.C., Lewanzik, D (2023) Evidenzbasierter Fledermausschutz bei Beleuchtungsvorhaben im Außenbereich. In: Evidenzbasiertes Wildtiermanagement (Hrsg Voigt, C.C.) SpringerSpektrum E-book, pp. xx - xx. im Druck

 

275. Marggraf, L. C., Lindecke, O., Voigt, C.C., Petersons, G., Voigt-Heucke, S.L. (2023) Nathusius' bats, Pipistrellus nathusii, bypass mating opportunities of their own specis, butrespond to foraging heterospecifics on migratory transit flights. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. doi. 10.3389/fevo.2022.908560

 

274. Reusch, C., Paul, A., Fritze, M., Kramer-Schadt, S., Voigt, C.C. (2023) Wind energy production in forests conflicts with tree-roosting bats. Current Biology. doi. 10.1016/j.cub.2022.12.050