Publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters

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191. Enners, L., Schwemmer, P., corman, A.-M., Voigt, C.C., Garthe, S. (2018) Individual 

     patterns of spatial movement, foraging behavior and diet of herring gulls (Larus argentatus)

     breeding in the Wadden Sea. Ecoloy and Evolution. accepted


190.  Voigt, C.C., Krofel, M., Menges, V., Wachter, B., Melzheimer, J. (2018) Sex-specific 

     dietary specialization in a terrestrial apex predator, the leopard, revealed by stable isotope

     analysis. Journal of Zoology. accepted.


189. Voigt, C.C., Currie, S.E., Fritze, M., Roeleke, M., Lindecke, O. (2018) Conservation

      strategies for bats flying at high altitudes. Bioscience. accepted.


188.  Voigt, C.C., Lehnert, L.S. (2018) Tracking of movements of terrestrial mammals using

       stable isotopes. In: Tracking animal migration with stable isotopes (eds. Hobson, K.A., 

      Wassenaar, L.I.) Academic Press. accepted.


187. Courtiol, A., ..., Voigt, C.C. et al. (2018) Isoscape computation and inference of spatial

      origins with mixed models using the R package IsoriX. In: Tracking animal migration with

      stable isotopes (eds. Hobson, K.A, Wassenaar, L.I) Academic Press. accepted


186. Manfrin, A., Lehmann, D., Larsen, S., van Grunsven, R.H.A., Syväranta, J., Wharton, G.,

       Voigt, C.C., Monaghan, M.T., Hölker, F. (2018) Dietary changes in predators and

       scavengers in a riparian ecosystem illuminated at night. Oikos, accepted 


185. Heim, O., Lenski, J., Schulz, J., Jung, K., Kramer-Schadt, S., Eccard, J.A., Voigt, C.C.

       (2018) the relevance of vegetation structure and smaller water bodies for bats foraging

       above farmland. Basic and Applied Ecology. accepted


184. Roeleke, M., Bumrungsri, S., Voigt, C.C. (2018) Bats probe the

       aerosphere by landscape-guided altitudinal flights. Mammal Review. 48: 7-11


183. Rosner, E., Voigt, C.C. (2018) Oxidation of linoleic and palmitic acid in pre-hibernating and

       hibernating common noctule bats revealed by 13C breath testing. Journal of Experimental

       Biology 221, doi:10.1242/jeb168096