Publications from 2002
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Below you find a list of publications from the year 2002 produce by members of the EGI.
Cichon, M., Chadzinska, M., Ksiazek, A. & Konarzewski, M. 2002 Delayed effects of cold stress on immune response in laboratory mice. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 269, 1493-1497.
Gosler, A. G. 2002 Strategy and constraint in the winter fattening response to temperature in the great tit Parus major. Journal of Animal Ecology 71, 771-779.
Hole, D. G., Whittingham, M. J., Bradbury, R. B., Anderson, G. Q. A., Lee, P. L. M., Wilson, J. D. & Krebs, J. R. 2002 Widespread local house-sparrow extinctions – Agricultural intensification is blamed for the plummeting populations of these birds. Nature 418, 931-932.
Marchesi, L., Sergio, F. & Pedrini, P. 2002 Costs and benefits of breeding in human-altered landscapes for the Eagle Owl Bubo bubo. Ibis 144, E164-E177.
McGowan, A., Cresswell, W. & Ruxton, G. D. 2002 The effects of daily weather variation on foraging and responsiveness to disturbance in overwintering Red Knot Calidris canutus. Ardea 90, 229-237.
Moorcroft, D., Whittingham, M. J., Bradbury, R. B. & Wilson, J. D. 2002 The selection of stubble fields by wintering granivorous birds reflects vegetation cover and food abundance. Journal of Applied Ecology 39, 535-547.
Olsson, O. & van der Jeugd, H. P. 2002 Survival in king penguins Aptenodytes patagonicus: temporal and sex-specific effects of environmental variability. Oecologia 132, 509-516.
Perkins, A. J., Whittingham, M. J., Morris, A. J. & Bradbury, R. B. 2002 Use of field margins by foraging yellowhammers Emberiza citrinella. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 93, 413-420.
Smith, R. D., Ruxton, G. D. & Cresswell, W. 2002 Do kleptoparasites reduce their own foraging effort in order to detect kleptoparasitic opportunities? An empirical test of a key assumption of kleptoparasitic models. Oikos 97, 205-212.
van der Jeugd, H. P., van der Veen, I. T. & Larsson, K. 2002 Kin clustering in barnacle geese: familiarity or phenotype matching?Behavioral Ecology 13, 786-790.