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Journal Article (326)

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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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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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Wingfield, J. C.; Soma, K. K.; Wikelski, M.; Meddle, S. L.; Hau, M.: Life cycles, behavioral traits and endocrine mechanisms. In: Avian endocrinology, pp. 3 - 17 (Eds. Dawson, A.; Chaturvedi, C. M.). Narosa Publ. House, New Delhi (2001)

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Wikelski, M.; Müller, U.; Heidrich, W. A.; Kuemmeth, F. X.: Patent: Method for forecasting e.g. major volcanic event, involves generating test profile representing physiological status of animal, calculating ratio between test profile and reference profile, and setting alert if ratio reaches threshold value. Patent-Nr.: WO2013167661-A2; WO2013167661-A3; EP2847622-A2; US2015153477-A1, Max Planck Ges zur Foerderung der Wissenschaften, (2013)
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