Publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters

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302. Driller, M., Brown, T., Currie, S.E., Hiller, M., Winkler, S., Pippel, M.,  Voigt, C.C., Fickel, J., Mazzoni, C. (2024) A haplotpe-resolved reference genome of a long-distance migratory bat, Pipistrellus nathusii (Keyserling & Blasius, 1839). DNA Research, accepted.


301. Meierhofer, M., ..., Voigt, C.C. et al. (2024) Re-weighing the 5% tagging recommendation: Assessing the potential impacts of tags on the behavior and body condition of bats. Mammal Review. accepted.


300.  Hochleitner, L., Korpimäki, E., Chakarov, N., Isaksson, C., Nebel, C., Renner, S.C., Vasko, V., Voigt, C.C., Terraube, J., Sumasgutner, P. (2024) Diet diversity, individual heterozygosity and habitat heterogeneity 4 influence health parameters in Eurasian kestrels (Falco tinnunculus). Ibis. conditionally accepted.


299. Lehmann, P., Ellerbrok, J., Farwig, N., Rheinschmitt, C., Voigt, C.C. Rehling, F. (2024) Windenergienutzung im Wald: Auswirkungen auf den Artenschutz und regulatorische Lösungsansätze. Natur und Landschaft. accepted. 


298. Schabacker, T., Rizzi, S., Teige, T., Hoffmeister, U., Voigt, C.C., Snijders, L. (2024) Behavioral correlates of migration in bats – Do migration strategies predict responses to a novel environment? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. accepted.


297. Kelling, M., Currie, S.E., Troxell, S.A., Reusch, C., Roeleke, M., Hoffmeister, U., Teige, T., Voigt, C.C. (2024) Effects of tag mass on physiology and behavior of common noctule bats. Movement Ecology. 12: 38.


296. Paces, B., Wanek W., Voigt, C.C., Schirmer, S., Leidinger, P., Schultze, C.H. (2024) Trophic position determines the persistence of neotropical understory birds after forest disturbance. Ecology and Evolution. 14:e11370.


295. Lerma, M., Dehnhard, N., Castillo-Guerrero, J.A., Hernández-Vázquez, S., Voigt, C.C., Garthe, S. (2024) Variations in inter-specific and sex-related niche partitioning in pelagic boobies during their annual cycle. Ecology and Evolution. 14:e11255.


294. Leonard, A., ...., Voigt, C.C., et al. (2024) A global initiative for ecological and evolutionary hologenomics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. in press


293. Voigt, C.C., Scholz, C., Ellerbrok, J.S., Melber, M. (2024)  Die Auswirkungen von Windkraftanlagen auf Fledermäuse an Waldstandorten. ANLiegen Natur. in press


292. Heim, O., Chavez, F., Courtiol, A., Paul, F., Voigt, C.C. (2024) Guild-specific response of bats to motion-triggered LED lighting of bicylce trails. Conservation Science and Practice. e13116.


291. Voigt, C.C., Bernard, E., Duran, A.D., Frick, W., Huang, J.C.C., Kerbiriou, C., Mathews, F., MacEwan, K., Scholz, C., Webala, P., Welbergen, J., Whitby, M. (2024) Towards solving the green-green dilemma between bat conservation and wind energy production. Bioscience. 0:1-13.


290. Ellerbrok, E., Farwig, N., Peter, F., Voigt, C.C. (2024) Forest bat activity declines with increasing wind speed in the proximity of operating wind turbines. Global Ecology and Conservation. 49: e02782.


289. Stidsholt, L., Scholz, C., Hermanns, U., Teige, T., Post, M., Stapelfeldt, B., Reusch, C., Voigt, C.C. (2024) Low foraging rates drive large insectivorous bats away from urban areas. Global Change Biology 30: e17063.