Publications of Martin Wikelski

Journal Article (336)

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Wikelski, M.; Spinney, L.; Schelsky, W.; Scheuerlein, A.; Gwinner, E.: Slow pace of life in tropical sedentary birds: A common-garden experiment on four stonechat populations from different latitudes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 270 (1531), pp. 2383 - 2388 (2003)
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Wikelski, M.; Tarlow, E. M.; Raim, A.; Diehl, R. H.; Larkin, R. P.; Visser, G. H.: Avian metabolism: Costs of migration in free-flying songbirds. Nature 423 (6941), p. 704 - 704 (2003)
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Woodley, S. K.; Painter, D. L.; Moore, M. C.; Wikelski, M.; Romero, L. M.: Effect of tidal cycle and food intake on the baseline plasma corticosterone rhythm in intertidally foraging marine iguanas. General and Comparative Endocrinology 132 (2), pp. 216 - 222 (2003)
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Bard, S.; Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.; Wingfield, J. C.: Vocal distinctiveness and response to conspecific playback in the spotted antbird. Condor 104 (2), pp. 387 - 394 (2002)
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Butler, P. J.; Frappell, P. B.; Wang, T.; Wikelski, M.: The relationship between heart rate and rate of oxygen consumption in Galapagos marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) at two different temperatures. The Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (13), pp. 1917 - 1924 (2002)
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Partecke, J.; von Haeseler, A.; Wikelski, M.: Territory establishment in lekking marine iguanas, Amblyrhynchus cristatus: Support for the hotshot mechanism. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51 (6), pp. 579 - 587 (2002)
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Ricklefs, R. E.; Wikelski, M.: The physiology/life-history nexus. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17 (10), pp. 462 - 468 (2002)
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Romero, L. M.; Wikelski, M.: Severe effects of low-level oil contamination on wildlife predicted by the corticosterone-stress response: Preliminary data and a research agenda. Spill Science & Technology Bulletin 7 (5-6), pp. 309 - 313 (2002)
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Romero, L. M.; Wikelski, M.: Exposure to tourism reduces stress-induced corticosterone levels in Galapagos marine iguanas. Biological Conservation 108 (3), pp. 371 - 374 (2002)
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Wikelski, M.; Wong, V.; Chevalier, B.; Rattenborg, N. C.; Snell, H.: Galapagos islands: Marine iguanas die from trace oil pollution. Nature 417 (6889), pp. 607 - 608 (2002)
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Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.: Darwin’s finches. eLS (2001)
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Romero, L. M.; Wikelski, M.: Corticosterone levels predict survival probabilities of Galapagos marine iguanas during El Nino events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 98 (13), pp. 7366 - 7370 (2001)
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Tarlow, E. M.; Wikelski, M.; Anderson, D. J.: Hormonal correlates of siblicide in Galapagos Nazca boobies. Hormones and Behavior 40 (1), pp. 14 - 20 (2001)
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Wikelski, M.; Carbone, C.; Bednekoff, P. A.; Choudhury, S.; Tebbich, S.: Why is female choice not unanimous? Insights from costly mate sampling in marine iguanas. Ethology 107 (7), pp. 623 - 638 (2001)
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Wikelski, M.; Ricklefs, R. E.: The physiology of life histories. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16 (9), pp. 479 - 481 (2001)
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Wikelski, M.; Romero, L. M.; Snell, H. L.: Marine iguanas oiled in the Galapagos. Science 292 (5516), pp. 437 - 438 (2001)
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Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.; Soma, K. K.; Wingfield, J. C.: Testosterone and year-round territoriality in a tropical bird. General and Comparative Endocrinology 117 (1), pp. 20 - 33 (2000)
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Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.; Wingfield, J. C.: Visual and nutritional food cues fine-tune timing of reproduction in a neotropical rainforest bird. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A - Ecological Genetics and Physiology 286 (5), pp. 494 - 504 (2000)
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Wikelski, M.; Hau, M.; Wingfield, J. C.: Seasonality of reproduction in a neotropical rain forest bird. Ecology 81 (9), pp. 2458 - 2472 (2000)
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Wikelski, M.; Thom, C.: Marine iguanas shrink to survive El Nino. Changes in bone metabolism enable these adult lizards to reversibly alter their length. Nature 403 (6765), pp. 37 - 38 (2000)
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Wikelski, M.; Wrege, P. H.: Niche expansion, body size, and survival in Galapagos marine iguanas. Oecologia 124 (1), pp. 107 - 115 (2000)
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Woodley, S.; Painter, D.; Moore, M.; Wikelski, M.: Daily rhythm of basal corticosterone levels is not synchronized with feeding activity in marine iguanas. American Zoologist 40 (6), p. 1266 - 1266 (2000)
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Drent, J.; Lichtenbelt, W. D. V.; Wikelski, M.: Effects of foraging mode and season on the energetics of the Marine Iguana, Amblyrhynchus cristatus. Functional Ecology 13 (4), pp. 493 - 499 (1999)
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Wikelski, M.; Hau, M.; Wingfield, J. C.: Social instability increases testosterone year-round in a tropical bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 266 (1419), pp. 551 - 556 (1999)
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Wikelski, M.; Lynn, S.; Breuner, C.; Wingfield, J. C.; Kenagy, G. J.: Energy metabolism, testosterone and corticosterone in white-crowned sparrows. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 185 (5), pp. 463 - 470 (1999)
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Wikelski, M.: Influences of parasites and thermoregulation on grouping tendencies in marine iguanas. Behavioral Ecology 10 (1), pp. 22 - 29 (1999)
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Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.; Wingfield, J. C.: A neotropical forest bird can measure the slight changes in tropical photoperiod. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 265 (1391), pp. 89 - 95 (1998)
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Wikelski, M.; Carrillo, V.; Trillmich, F.: Energy limits to body size in a grazing reptile, the Galapagos marine iguana. Ecology 78 (7), pp. 2204 - 2217 (1997)
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Wikelski, M.; Trillmich, F.: Body size and sexual size dimorphism in marine iguanas fluctuate as a result of opposing natural and sexual selection: An island comparison. Evolution: International journal of organic evolution 51 (3), pp. 922 - 936 (1997)
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Wikelski, M.; Bäurle, S.: Pre-copulatory ejaculation solves time constraints during copulations in marine iguanas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 263 (1369), pp. 439 - 444 (1996)
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Wikelski, M.; Carbone, C.; Trillmich, F.; Wickler, W.: Lekking in marine iguanas: Female grouping and male reproductive strategies. Animal Behaviour 52 (3), pp. 581 - 596 (1996)
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Wikelski, M.: Evolution der Körpergröße bei der Galapagos-Meerechse. Praxis der Naturwissenschaften - Biologie 44, pp. 30 - 36 (1995)
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Wikelski, M.; Hau, M.: Is there an endogenous tidal foraging rhythm in marine iguanas? Journal of Biological Rhythms 10, pp. 335 - 350 (1995)
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Wikelski, M.; Trillmich, F.: Foraging strategies of the galapagos marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus Cristatus): Adapting behavioral rules to ontogenic size change. Behaviour 128 (3), pp. 255 - 279 (1994)
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Wikelski, M.; Gall, B.; Trillmich, F.: Ontogenic changes in food-intake and digestion rate of the herbivorous marine iguana (amblyrhynchus-cristatus, Bell). Oecologia 94 (3), pp. 373 - 379 (1993)
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Bairlein, F.; Lehnert, J.; Schuele, H.; Stadelmeier, H.; Wikelski, M.: The first record of the yellow-browed warbler phylloscopus-inornatus. New record for Algeria. Alauda 56 (2), pp. 178 - 179 (1988)

Book Chapter (15)

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Book Chapter
Blake, S.; Yackulic, C. B.; Cabrera, F.; Deem, S. L.; Ellis-Soto, D.; Gibbs, J. P.; Kummeth, F.; Wikelski, M.; Bastille-Rousseau, G.: Movement ecology. In: Galapagos Giant Tortoises, pp. 261 - 279 (Eds. Gibbs, J.P.; Cayot, L.J.; Tapia Aguilera, W.). Academic Press (2021)
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Book Chapter
Obringer, R.; Bohrer, G.; Weinzierl, R.; Dodge, S.; Deppe, J.; Ward, M.; Brandes, D.; Kays, R.; Flack, A.; Wikelski, M.: Track annotation: Determining the environmental context of movement through the air. In: Aeroecology, pp. 71 - 86 (Eds. Chilson, P. B.; Frick, W. F.; Kelly, J. F.; Liechti, F.). Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Schweiz (2017)
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Wikelski, M.: Neue Daten zu den Wanderungen europäischer Tiere. In: Tierwelt im Wandel - Wanderung, Zuwanderung, Rückgang, Vol. 46, pp. 11 - 28 (Ed. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften). Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, München (2017)
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Voirin, B.; Kays, R.; Wikelski, M.; Lowman, M.: Why do sloths poop on the ground? In: Treetops at risk. Challenges of global canopy ecology and conservation, pp. 195 - 199 (Eds. Lowman, M.; Devy, S.; Ganesh, T.). Springer-Verlag, New York (2013)
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Hedenström, A.; Bowlin, M. S.; Nathan, R.; Nolet, B. A.; Wikelski, M.: Mechanistic principles of locomotion performance in migrating animals. In: Animal migration: A synthesis, pp. 35 - 51 (Eds. Milner-Gulland, E. J.; Fryxell, J. M.; Sinclair, A. R. E.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2011)
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Sapir, N.; Butler, P. J.; Hedenström, A.; Wikelski, M.: Energy gain and use during animal migration. In: Animal migration: A synthesis, pp. 52 - 67 (Eds. Milner-Gulland, E. J.; Fryxell, J. M.; Sinclair, A. R. E.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2011)
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Wikelski, M.: Migrations. In: The nature conservancy, pp. 60 - 63 (Ed. Hoekstra, J. M.). University of California Press, Berkeley, Calif. (2010)
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Vitousek, M. N.; Rubenstein, D. R.; Wikelski, M.: The evolution of foraging behavior in the Galapagos marine iguana: Natural and sexual selection on body size drives ecological, morphological, and behavioral specialization. In: Lizard ecology: The evolutionary consequences of foraging mode, pp. 491 - 507 (Eds. Reilly, S. M.; McBrayer, L. D.; Miles, D. B.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2007)
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Berger, S.; Wikelski, M.; Kalko, E. K. V.; Rödl, T.: The influence of life history stages on flight initiation distance in naïve Galápagos marine iguanas. In: Influence of introduced predators and natural stressors on escape behavior and endocrine mechanisms in an island species, the Galápagos marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) (= Dissertation Universität Ulm), pp. 33 - 48 (Ed. Berger, S.) (2006)
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Berger, S.; Wikelski, M.; Kalko, E. K. V.; Rödl, T.: Rapid phenotype transition within a reproductive season in male marine iguanas – a matter of hormones and the environment? In: Influence of introduced predators and natural stressors on escape behavior and endocrine mechanisms in an island species, the Galápagos marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) (= Dissertation Universität Ulm), pp. 73 - 89 (Ed. Berger, S.) (2006)
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Trillmich, F.; Wikelski, M.: Indirekte Tierbeobachtung mit elektronischen Instrumenten. In: Methoden der Verhaltensbiologie, pp. 175 - 179 (Ed. Naguib, M.). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York (2006)
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Cochran, W. W.; Wikelski, M.: Individual migratory tactics of New World Catharus thrushes: Current knowledge and future tracking options from space. In: Birds of two worlds: The ecology and evolution of migration, pp. 274 - 289 (Eds. Greenberg, R.; Marra, P. P.). Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (2005)
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Hayes, W. K.; Carter, R. L.; Wikelski, M.; Sonnentag, J. A.: Determinants of lek mating success in male Galapagos marine iguanas. Behavior, body size, condition, ornamantation, ectoparasite load, and femal choice. In: Iguanas: Biology and conservation, pp. 127 - 147 (Eds. Alberts, A. C.; Carter, R. L.; Hayes, W. K.; Martins, E. P.). University of California Press, Berkeley (2004)
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Wikelski, M.; Carbone, C.: Environmental scaling of body size in island populations of Galapagos marine iguanas. In: Iguanas: Biology and Conservation, pp. 148 - 157 (Eds. Alberts, A. C.; Carter, R. L.; Hayes, W. K.; Martins, E. P.). University of California, California (2004)
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