Publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters

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2021

  

258. Kruszynski, C., Bailey, L.D., Bach, O., Bach, P., Fritze, M., Lindecke, O., Teige,

      T.Voigt, C.C. (2021) High vulnerability of juvenile Nathusius' pipistrelle bats (Pipistrellus

      nathusii) at wind turbines. Ecological Applications. accepted 

 

257.  Voigt, C.C., Dekker, J., Fritze, M., Gazaryan, S., Hoelker, F., Jones, G., Lewanzik, D.,

       Limpens, H.J.G.A., Mathews, F., Rydell, J., Spoelstra, K., Zagmajster, M. (2021) The impact

       of light pollution on bats varies according to foraging guild and habitat context. Bioscience.

       accepted.

 

256. Milano, S., Frahnert, S., Hallau, A., Töpfer, T., Woog, F., Voigt, C.C. (2021) Isotope

       record tracks changes in historical wintering ranges of a passerine in sub-Saharan Africa.

       Global Change Biology. accepted.

 

255. Straka, T.M., von der Lippe, M., Voigt, C.C., Gandy, M., Kowarik, I., Buchholz, S.

       (2021) Light pollution impairs urban nocturnal pollinators but less so in areas with high tree

       cover. Science of the Total Environment. 778: 146244.

 

254. Burnik-Sturm, M., Smith, S., Ganbaatar, O., Buuveibaatar, B., Balint, B., Payne,

      J.C.Voigt, C.C., Kaczensky, P. (2021) Isotope analysis combined with DNA

      barcoding provide new insights into the dietary niche of khulan in the Mongolian    

      Gobi. PLOSONE 16(3): e0248294

 

253. Lindecke, O., Holland, R.A., Petersons, G., Voigt, C.C.  (2021) Corneal sensitivity is

       required for orientation in free-flying migratory batsCommunications Biology 4:522

 

252. Voigt, C.C. (2021) Insect fatalities at wind turbines as biodiversity sinks.

       Conservation Science and Practice. e366, doi: 10/1111.csp2.366.

 

251. Fritze, M., Puechmaille, S.J., Costantini, D., Fickel., J., Voigt, C.C., Czirjak, G.A.

        (2021) Determinants of defence strategies of hibernating European greater mouse-

        eared bats towards Pseudogynmoascus destructans. Developmental and

        Comparative Immunology 119:104017.

 

250. Fritze, M., Puechmaille, S.J., Fickel., J., Czirjak, G.A., Voigt, C.C. (2021) A rapid, in-

         situ non-invasive technique to assess infections with Pseudogynmoascus

        destructans in bats. Acta Chiropterologica. in press

 

249. Kofler, B., Wanek, W., Voigt, C.C., Schulze, C.H. (2021) Evidence for seasonal

       changes in population structure of Reed Buntings (Emberiza schoeniclus) in the

       Lake Neusiedl region: A stable isotoppe approach. Journal of Ornithology 162(2):

      421-433.

 

248. Pham, L.K., Tran, B.V., Le, Q.T., Nguyen, T.T., Voigt, C.C. (2021) Description of

       echolocation call parameters for urban bats in Vietnam as a step towards a more             integrated acoustic monitoring of urban wildlife in Southeast Asia. Diversity. 13:18. 

 

247. Kruscynski, C., Bailey, L., Courtiol, A., Bach, L., Bach, P., Goettsche, Ma., Goettsche, Mi.,

       Hill, R., Lindecke, O., Hinrich, M., Pommeranz, H., Popa-Lisseanu, A., Seebens-Hoyer, A.,

       Tichomirowa, M., Voigt, C.C. (2021) Identifying migratory pathways of Nathusius'

       pipistrelles (Pipistrellus nathusii) using stable hydrogen and strontium isotopes. Rapid

       Communications in Mass Spectrometry. doi: 10.1002/rcm.9031.

 

246. Schabacker, T., Lindecke, O., Rizzi, S., Marggraf, L., Petersons, G., Voigt, C.C.,

       Snijders, L. (2021) In situ novel environment assay reveals acoustic exploration as a

       repeatable behavioral response in migratory bats. Scientific Reports. 11:8174.

 

245.  Voigt, C.C., Russo, D. Runkel, V., Goerlitz, H.R.  (2021) Limitations of acoustic monitoring

       at wind turbines to evaluate fatality risk of bats. Mammal Review. doi: 10.1111/mam.12248.

 

244. Bedolla, Y., Masello, J.F., Aguirre-Munoz, A., Lavaniegos, B., Voigt, C.C.,

       Gomez-Gutierez, J., Sanchez-Velasco, L., Robinson, C.J.,Quillfeldt, P. (2021) Year-round

       niche segregation of three sympatric Hydrobates storm petrels from Northwest Mexico,

       eastern Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 664:207-225.