Torben Dabelsteen – Biologisk Institut - Københavns Universitet

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Torben Dabelsteen

Professor mso og forskningsgruppeleder for Adfærdsøkologi

Forskningsinteresser

The ability to communicate with other individuals is essential for an animal in all stages of its life. Our research concentrates on dynamic aspects of bird signalling and the influence of environmental factors in agonistic as well as courtship and nesting contexts (e.g. the significance of shifting between different types and modalities of signalling, the options for counteracting eavesdropping on aggressive and sexual interactions and detection of nesting activities, habitat caused sound degradation and its implications for e.g. information transfer and song based addressing and location of other individuals).

We are also interested in evolutionary and conservation aspects of communication behaviour. Our use of new approaches (e.g. the idea of communication networks) and techniques (e.g. interactive playback and quantification of sound degradation) is instrumental in our studies.

Specielle opgaver
Formand for Strødam Udvalget

Kontakt

Biologisk Institut, Ecology and Evolution
Universitetsparken 15
2100 København Ø

Kontor: Bygning 3, 4. sal
Telefon: +45 353-21305
Telefon (Sekretariat): +45 353-23710
E-mail: Tdabelsteen@bio.ku.dk


Curriculum Vitae

 

Personally
Born: September 15th, 1949 (Gørlev, DK); Marital status: married, 3 daughters; Citizenship: Danish

Education and awards
M.Sc. in zoology, University of Copenhagen (UC), 1976.
Ph.D. in Ethology, UC, 1981.
The Gram silver medallion, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 1985.
D.Sc. in Animal Behaviour, 1994.

Positions held at UC
1979-81: UC Ph.D.-scholarship; 1982-86: Niels Bohr Fellow, the Royal Danish
Academy of Sciences and Letters; 1987-90: Carlsberg Foundation Fellow;
1991: Nato Science Fellow; 1992-95: Ass. Prof.; 1996-2011: Assoc. Prof.; 2011-onwards: Professor

Research
h-index (ISI): 20; publications (ISI): 68; citations (ISI): 1326; peer reviewed
publications total: 93 + 4 in press.

Grants apart from own salary
1983-94: Receiver of several grants as principal investigator (PI) and/or in
Collaboration with others from SNF, the Danish Research Academy, the Carlsberg
Foundation, Nato, the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (as Niels Bohr
Fellow), the Jarl Foundation, etc., to cover running expenses, equipment, research
travels, visiting researchers, organisation of workshop, etc, ca. 1.500.000 Dkr in total.
1994-04: Member of the Center of Excellence Center for Sound Communication
headed by prof. Axel Michelsen (PI) and financed by the Danish National Research
Foundation, received funding to cover running expenses, equipment, research travels,
visiting researchers, PhD student, etc, ca 4.200.000 Dkr in total.
2005-07: Receiver (PI) of Framework grant from FNU (21-04-0403), 750.000 kr.
2008-10: Receiver (PI) of Framework Grant from FNU together with assoc. prof. Ole
Næsbye Larsen, SDU (272-07-0477), 1.326.500 kr.
2011-213: Receiver (PI) of Framework Grant from FNU together with assoc. prof. Ole
Næsbye Larsen, SDU (10-084844), 1.980.000 kr.

International collaborators (pt. active)
Dr. K.-H. Frommelt, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany; Dr. Rupert Marshal and
Emily Mockford, Univ. of Aberystwith, UK; Dr. F. Bairlein, Institute for Avian
Research, Wilhelmshaven, Germany; Dr. Roger Mundry, Max Planck Institut for
Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany; Dr. Thore Bergman and Aliza le
Roux, University of Michigan, USA; Dr. Konrad Halupka and Stanislaw Rusiecki,
Museum of Natural History, University of Wroclaw, Poland; Dr. Safi Darden and Dr. Darren Croft, University of Exeter, UK. Dr. Daniel J. Mennill, University of Windsor, Canada; Dr. Bente Pakkenberg, Bispebjerg University Hospital, Denmark.
Most of the collaborations have included shorter research travels to collaborators and/or vice versa.

Professional societies (pt.)
Member of the Association for the study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); of the
International BioAcoustics Conference (IBAC); Danish representative of the
International Ethological Committee (IEC).

Teaching (2005-now)
1st year course in Population Biology (behaviour part); 3rd year course in
Conservation; 4th year course in Social Behaviour and Communication (course
organizer)

Post graduate teaching (2005-now)
Summer school in Acoustic Communication, 2006, 2009, 2011 (planned), SDU;
Randomization Tests, 2007, UC (course organizer, CO); The Evolutionary Biology of
Communication, 2007, UC; Animal Communication Networks, 2008, UC (CO);
Mixed Models, Permutation Tests and Power Calculations Using R, 2010, 2011
(planned) UC (CO).

Supervision and external examination
Supervised numerous bachelor study projects (bachelor projects and other), since
2005: 116 projects.
Supervised 75 M.Sc. students in total, 35 of them since 2005, presently supervising 5
M.Sc. students + 3 in the start-up phase.
External examinator on 30 M.Sc. projects.
Supervised 7 Ph.D.-student, presently supervising 1 PhD.-student.
Head and/or member of 15 Ph.D.-evaluation committees.

Senior Scientist reviewer for:
Cornell University, Université St. Etienne, University of Århus, University of
Copenhagen.

Grant referee for:
Leverhulme Trust (UK), National Geographic Society (USA), National Science
Foundation (USA), Der Wissenschaftsfonds Osterreich, Earth & Life Sciences
Council (Netherlands), Israel Science Foundation (Israel), Czech Science Foundation,
Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France.

Editorial board
Previously consulting editor of Animal Behaviour, now in the editorial board of
Bioacoustics.

Manuscript referee for:
Animal Behaviour, Journal of Avian Biology, Ethology, Bioacoustics, The Ibis,
Behaviour, The Auk, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Behavioural Ecology,
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Condor, Naturwissenschaften, BioMed
Central, Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, Evolutionary Ecology, Biology
Letters, Science, PLos ONE.

Conference contributions (2005-now)
(ASAB, IEC, IBAC, ISBE, IOC, etc.): 34 contributions.

Administration
Served as elected member of the board of the former Zoological Institute and Institute
of Biology, as a member of the PhD-Committee of Zoological Institute and Museum,
and as an elected member of Biologisk Studienævn; now member of BIO's
(Department of Biology) Teaching Committee, head of the Strødam Committee (a
Science Faculty committee administrating the Strødam Reserve), and research group
leader (forskningsgruppeleder, Behavioural Ecology Group). Til toppen


Publikationer


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93. Mogensen, N.L., Ogutu, J.O. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. The effects of pastoralism and protection on lion behaviour, demography and space use in the Mara Region of Kenya. African Zoology .

92. Hesler, N., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. Does song repertoire size in common blackbirds play a role in an intra-sexual context? Journ. Ornithol.

91. Sabatini, V., Ruiz-Miranda, C.R. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. Degradation characteristics of golden lion tamarin (Leontooithecus rosalia) two-phrase long calls: Implications for call detection and ranging in evergreen forest. Bioacoustics.

90. Hebert, L., Darden, SK., Pedersen, B.V. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. Increased DNA amplification success of non-invasive genetic samples by successful removal of inhibitors from faecal samples collected in the field. Conservation Genetic Resources.

89. Walloe, S., Eriksen, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Pakkenberg, B. 2010. A neurological comparative study of the harp seal (Pagophilos groenlandicus) and harboir porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) brain. Anat Rec. 292, 2129-2135.

88. Matessi, G., Matos, R.J., Peake, T.M., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010. Effects of social environment and personality on communication in male Siamese fighting fish in an artificial network. Anim. Behav 79, 43-49.

87. Lampe, H.M., Balsby, T.J.S., Espmark, Y.O. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010. Does twitter song amplitude signal male arousal in redwings (Turdus iliacus)? Behaviour 147, 353-365.

86. Heller, R., Sander, A.F., Wang, C.W., Usman, F. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010. Macrogeographical variability in the great call of Hylobates agilis: assessing the applicability of vocal analysis in studies of fine-scale taxonomy of gibbons. Am. J. Primatol. 72, 142-151.

85. Barker, N.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Mennill, D.J. 2009. Degradation of rofous and white wren songs in a Tropical forest: Effects of perch height, sex, and habitat. Behaviour 146, 1093-1122.

84. Bro-Jørgensen, J. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Knee-clicks and visual traits indicate fighting ability in eland antelopes: multiple messages, back-up signals and deception. BMC Biology 6: 47.

83. Darden, S.K., Pedersen, S.B., Larsen, O.N. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Sound transmission at Ground level in a short-grass prairie habitat and its implications for long-range communication in the swift fox Vulpes velox. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 124, 758-766.

82. * Matessi, G, Matos, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Communication in social networks of territorial animals: Networking at different levels in birds and other systems. In: Communication among social organisms, an interdisciplinary approach (eds. P. D'Ettorre & D.P. Hughes), Oxford Univ. Press. p. 53-54.

81. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Acoustic signalling in a small, socially monogamous Canid. Anim. Behav. 75, 905-912.

80. Darden, S.K., Steffensen, L.K & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Information transfer among widely spaced individuals: latrines as a basis for communication networks in the swift fox. Anim. Behav. 75, 425-432.

79. Lampe, H.M., Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. 2007. Song degradation in the hole-nesting pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca: Implications for polyterritorial behaviour in Norwegian and Danish habitats. Behaviour 144, 1161-1178.

78. Blumenrath, S.H., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. 2007. Vocal neighbour-mate discrimination in female great tits despite high song similarity. Anim. Behav. 73, 789-796.

77. Madsen, V., Dabelsteen, T., Osorio, D. & Osorno, J.L. 2007. Morphology and ornamentation in male frigatebirds: variation with age-class and mating status. American Naturalist 169, supplement, 93-111.

76. Matessi, G., McGregor, P.K., Peake, T.M. and Dabelsteen, T. 2007. Female rock sparrows (Petronia petronia), not males, respond differently to simulations of different interaction outcomes. Behaviour 144, 735-752.

75. Poesel A., Dabelsteen T. & Pedersen S.B. 2007. Implications of conspecific background noise for features of blue tit Parus caeruleus communication networks at dawn. J.Ornithol. 148, 123 -128.

74. Poesel A., Dabelsteen T., Darden S.-K., Delhey K. & Peters A. 2007. Territorial responses of male blue tits, Cyanistes caeruleus, to UV manipulated neighbours. J.Ornithol. 148, 179-187

73. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Ontogeny of swift fox Vulpes velox vocalizations: production, usage and response. Behaviour 143, 659-681.

72.Hendrichsen, D.K., Christiansen, P., Nielsen, E.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Sunde, P. 2006. Exposure affects the risk of an owl being mobbed - experimental evidence. J. Avian Biol. 37, 13-18.

71. Jacobsen, L.B. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Individuel variation I Kirkeuglens Athene noctua territoriekald. Dansk Ornt. Foren. Tidskr. 100, 51-56.

70. Nemeth, E., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & Winkler, H. 2006. Rainforests as concert halls for birds: Are reverberations improving sound transmission of long song elements? J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 119, 620-626.

69. Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen T. 2006. Three vocalization types in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus: a test of the different signal-value hypothesis. Behaviour 143, 1529-1545.

68. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Simulated courtship interactions elicit neighbour intrusions in the whitethroat Sylvia communis. Anim. Behav. 69, 161-168.

67. * Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Public, private or anonymous? Facilitating and countering eavesdropping. In: Animal Communication networks (Ed. P.K.McGregor). Cambridge University Press, pp. 38-62.

66. Matessi, G., Peake, T.M., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Do male birds intercept and use rival courtship calls to adjust paternity protection behaviours. Behaviour 142, 507-524.

65. Mathevon, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Blumenrath, S.H. 2005. Are high perches in the blackcap Sylvia atricapilla song or listening posts? A sound transmission experiment. Journ. Acoust. Soc. Am. 117, 442-449.

64. Peake, T.M., Matessi, G., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Song-type matching, song -type switching and eavesdropping in male great tits. Anim.Behav. 69, 1063-1068.

63. Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Territorial responses of male blue tits to simulated dynamic intrusions: the effect of song overlap and intruder location. Anim. Behav. 70, 1419-1427.

62. Blumenrath, S.H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2004. Degradation of great tit (Parus major) song before and after foliation: implications for vocal communication in a deciduous forest. Behaviour 141, 935-958.

61. Blumenrath, S.H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2004. Being inside nest boxes: Does it complicate the receiving conditions for great tit females? Bioacoustics 14, 209-223.

60. Dabelsteen, T. 2004. Strategies that facilitate or counter eavesdropping on vocal interactions in songbirds. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 76, 274-278.

59. Lampe, H.M., Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. 2004. Degradation of song in a species using nesting holes: the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 76, 264-266.

58. Madsen, V., Balsby, T.J.S., Dabelsteen, T. & Osorno, J.L. 2004. Bi-modal signaling of a sexually selected trait: gular pouch "drumming" in the Magnificent Frigatebird. Condor 106, 156-160.

57. Mathevon, N., Aubin, T., Dabelsteen, T. & Vielliard, J. 2004. Are communication activities shaped by environmental constraints in reverberating and absorbing forest habitats? An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 76, 259-263.

56. Poesel, A., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. 2004. Dawn song of male blue tits as a predictor of competitiveness in singing interactions. Acta ethol. 6, 65-71.

55. Darden, S.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. 2003. A potential tool for swift fox (Vulpes velox) conservation: individuality of long-range barking sequences. J. Mammal. 84, 1417-1427.

54. Balsby, T.J.S., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2003). Degradation of Whitethroat vocalisations: Implications for song flight and communication network activities. Behaviour 140, 695-719.

53. Darden, S.K., Pedersen, S.B. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003). Methods of frequency analysis of a complex mammalian vocalization. Bioacoustics 13, 247-263.

52. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003). Male calling between courtship sequences in whitethroats: a way to counter intrusions from neighbouring rivals. Behav. Proc. 63, 149-157.

51. Balsby, J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003). Male singing behaviour and female presence in the Territory in the whitethroat Sylvia communis. Acta Ethol. 5, 81-88.

50. Peake, T.M., Terry, A.M.R., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2002). Do great tits assess rivals by combining direct experience with information gathered by eavesdropping? Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 269, 1925-1929.

49. Rasmussen, R. & Dabelsteen, T. (2002). Song repertoires and repertoire sharing in a local group of blackbirds. Bioacoustics 13, 63-76.

48. Dabelsteen, T. & Mathevon, N. 2002. Why do songbirds sing intensively at dawn? A test of the acoustic transmission hypothesis. Acta Ethol. 4, 65-72.

47. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2002) Female behaviour affects male courtship in whitethroats (Sylvia communis). An interactive experiment using visual and acoustic stimuli. Anim. Behav. 63, 251-257.

46. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & París, A.L. (2001). Potential ranging cues contained within the energetic pauses of transmitted wren song. Bioacoustics 12, 3-20.

45. Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & Pilastro, A. 2001. Subspecies song discrimination in a Mediterranean population of the reed bunting Emberiza s. Intermedia. Ita. J. Zool. 68, 311-314.

44. Otter, K.A., Stewart, I.K., McGregor, P.K., Terry, A.M.R., Dabelsteen, T. & Burke, T. 2001. Extra-pair Paternity among Great Tits (Parus major) following Manipulations of Male Signals. Avian Biol. 32, 338-344.

43. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. 2001. The meaning of song repertoire size and song length to male whitethroats (Sylvia communis). Behav. Proc. 56, 75-84.

42. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T., Bjørn, C.P. & Pedersen S.B. 2001. The location of ranging cues in wren song: evidence from calibrated interactive playback experiments. Behaviour 138, 189-206.

41. Nemeth, E., Winkler, H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2001. Differential degradation of antbird songs in a Neotropical rainforest: adaptation to perch height. Journ. Acoust. Soc. Am. 110, 3263-3274.

40. Peake, T.M., Terry, A.M.R., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2001. Male great tits eavesdrop on simulated male-male vocal interactions. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 268, 1183-1187.

39. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T. & Paris, A.L. 2000. Coding in the song of the wren Troglodytes troglodytes: adaptation and degradation. Anim. Behav. 60, 463-470.

38. Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & Pilastro, A. 2000. Responses to playback of different subspecies songs in the Reed Bunting Emberiza s. schoeniclus. J. Avian Biol. 31, 96-101.

37. Otter, K.A., McGregor, P.K., Terry, A.M.R., Burford, F.R.L., Peake, T.M. & Dabelsteen, T. 1999. Do female great tits Parus major assess extra-pair males by eavesdropping on singing? A field study using interactive playback. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 266, 1305-1309.

36. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & Larsen, O.N. (1998). Degradation of wren Troglodytes troglodytes song: implications for Information transfer and ranging. J. Acoust. Soc.Am. 103, 2154-2166.

35. * Dabelsteen, T., McGregor, P.K., Lampe, H.M., Langmore, N.E. & Holland, J. (1998). Quiet song in birds: an overlooked phenomenon. Bioacoustics 9, 89-105.

34. Larsen, O.N. & Dabelsteen, T. (1997). The VIFA 1" Neodymnium Tweeter: a versatile speaker for playback experiments. Bioacoustics 8, 323-326.

33. Dabelsteen, T., McGregor, P.K., Holland, J., Tobias, J.A. & Pedersen, S.B. (1997). The signal function of overlapping singing in male robins (Erithacus rubecula). Anim. Behav. 53, 249-256.

32. McGregor, P.K., Dabelsteen, T., Clark, C.W., Bower, J.L., Tavares, J.P. & Holland, J. (1997). An acoustic Location system for the study of communication networks: Factors affecting location accuracy. Ethol. Ecol. & Evol. 9, 269 -286.

31. Dabelsteen, T., McGregor, P.K., Shepherd, M., Whittaker, X. & Pedersen, S.B. (1996). Is the signal value of overlapping different from that of alternating during matched singing in great tits? Avian Biol., 27, 189-194.

30. Mathevon, N., Aubin, T. & Dabelsteen, T. (1996). Song degradation during propagation: Importance of song post for the wren Troglodytes troglodytes. Ethology, 102, 397-412.

29. Lind, H., Dabelsteen, T. & McGregor, P.K. (1996). Female great tits Parus major can identify mates by song. Anim. Behav., 52, 667-671.

28. * Dabelsteen, T. & McGregor P.K. (1996). Dynamic acoustic communication and interactive playback. In: D.E. Kroodsma & E.H. Miller (eds.) Ecology and Evolution of Acoustic Communication among Birds. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. p. 398-408.

27. * McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (1996). Communication networks. In: D.E. Kroodsma & E.H. Miller (eds.) Ecology and Evolution of Acoustic Communication among Birds. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. p. 409-425.

26. Dabelsteen, T. (1994). Solsortens sang som signal. D.Sc.-Thesis (Doktordisputats). Akademisk Forlag, Copenhagen, pp. 75.

25. Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. (1993). Habitat induced degradation of sound signals: quantifying the effect of communication sounds and bird location on blur ratio, excess attenuation and signal-to-noise ratio in blackbird song. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 93, 2206-2220.

24. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S. B. (1993). Song-based species discrimination and behaviour assessment by female blackbirds. Anim. Behav., 45, 759-771.

23. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1992). Song features essential for species discrimination and behaviour assessment by male blackbirds (Turdus merula).Behaviour, 121, 259-287.

22. * Dabelsteen, T. (1992). Interactive playback: a finely tuned response. In: P.K. McGregor (ed.). Playback and studies of Animal Communication. Plenum Press, New York. p. 97-109.

21. * McGregor, P.K., Catchpole, C.K., Dabelsteen, T., Falls, J.B., Fusani, L., Gerhardt, H.C., Gilbert, F., Horn, A.G., Klump, G.M., Kroodsma, D.E., Lambrechts, M.M., McComb, K.E., Nelson, D.A., Pepperberg, I.M., Ratcliffe, L., Searcy, W.A., & Weary, D.M. (1992). Design of playback experiments: the Thornbridge Hall NATO ARW Consensus. In: P.K. McGregor (ed.) Playback and studies of Animal Communication. Plenum Press, New York. p. 1-9.

20. McGregor, P.K., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & Shepherd, M. (1992). The signal value of matched alternating singing in great tits (Parus major): evidence from interactive playback experiments. Anim. Behav., 43, 987-998.

19. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1991). A portable digital sound emitter for interactive playback of animal vocalisations. Bioacoustics, 3, 193-206.

18. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1990). Song and information about aggressive responses of blackbirds, Turdus merula: evidence from interactive playback experiments with territory owners. Anim. Behav. 40, 1158-1168.

17. Larsen, O.N. & Dabelsteen, T. (1990). Directionality of Blackbird vocalization. Implications for vocal communication and its further study. Ornis Scand. 21, 37-45.

16. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1988). Do female blackbirds (Turdus merula) decode song in the same way as males? Anim. Behav. 36, 1858-1860.

15. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1988). Song parts adapted to function both at long and short ranges may communicate about the species to female blackbirds Turdus merula. Ornis Scand. 19, 195-198.

14. Dabelsteen, T. (1988). The meaning of the full song of the Blackbird (Turdus merula) to untreated and estradiol treated females. Ornis Scand. 19, 7-16.

13. * Dabelsteen, T. (1988). Fuglesangen som kommunikationssystem. I: T. Dabelsteen, Y. Espmark & S. Sjölander (red.) Biokommunikation. Akademisk Forlag, Copenhagen. s. 153-188.

12. * Dabelsteen, T. (1988). Biokommunikation. Begreber og definitioner. I: T. Dabelsteen, Y. Espmark & S. Sjölander (red.) Biokommunikation. Akademisk Forlag, Copenhagen. s. 1-19.

11. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1985). Correspondence between messages in the full song of the blackbird Turdus merula and meanings to territorial males, as inferred from responses to computerized modifications of natural song. Z. Tierpsychol. 69, 149-165.

10. Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1985). A method for computerized modifications of natural animal sounds for communication study purposes. Biol. Cybern. 52, 399-404.

9.* Dabelsteen, T. (1985). Messages and meanings of bird song with special reference to the blackbird (Turdus merula) and some methodology problems. Biol. Skr. Dan. Vid. Selsk. 25, 173-208

8. Dabelsteen, T. (1984). An analysis of the full song of the blackbird Turdus merula with respect to message coding and adaptations for acoustic communication. Ornis Scand. 15, 227-239.

7. Dabelsteen, T. (1984). Variation in the response of freeliving blackbirds (Turdus merula) to playback of song: II. Effect of the time of the day, reproductive status and number of experiments. Z. Tierpsychol. 65, 215-227.

6. Rabøl, J. & Dabelsteen, T. (1983). Non-magnetic orientation in pied flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca. Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidsskr. 77, 55-56.

5. Dabelsteen, T. (1982). Variation in the response of freeliving blackbirds (Turdus merula) to playback of song: I. Effect of continuous stimulation and predictability of the response. Z. Tierpsychol. 58. 311-328.

4. Dabelsteen, T. (1981). Artsessentielle parametre i solsortens (Turdus merula) sang. Ph.D-thesis (Licentiatrapport), Copenhagen University.

3. Dabelsteen, T. (1981). The sound pressure level in the dawn song of the blackbird (Turdus merula) and a method for adjusting the level in experimental song to the level in natural song. Z. Tierpsychol. 56, 137-149.

2. Dabelsteen, T. (1980). Factors influencing the response in playback experiments with blackbirds (Turdus merula). Biophon 7, 24-27.

1. Dabelsteen, T. (1978). An analysis of the songflight of the lapwing (Vanellus vanellus L.) with respect to causation, evolution and adaptations to signal function. Behaviour 66, 136-178.Til toppen


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49. Hesler, N., Mundry, R., Poesel, A., Sacher, T., Coppack, T., Bairlein, F. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010 Does song Complexity correlate with body size, age and extra-pair rate in common blackbirds (Turdus merula)? 13th ISBE Abstracts, p. 201.

48. Mockford, E., Marshall, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010. Song divergence in cities: female response and the effect of urban sound transmission. 13th ISBE Abstracts, p. 124.

47. Durey, M., Paulsen, R.R., Matessi, G. & Dabelsteen, T. 2010. Semi-automated tracking of behaviour of Betta splendens. Proceedings of the 8th French-Danish Workshop on Spatial Statistics and Image Analysis in Biology (SSIAB8), pp. 5.

46. Klump, B., Hesler, N., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. Quiet song in common blackbirds - anonymity by shifting from full song to aggressive twitter? Bioacoustics.

45. Hesler, N., Mundry, R., Sacher, T., Coppack, T., Bairlein, F. & Dabelsteen, T. In press. Correlations between song complexity and age in common blackbirds. Bioacoustics.

44. Balsby, T.J.S., Andersen, J & Dabelsteen, T. 2009. Adressing in variable communication networks, a function for vocal imitation. XXXI IEC.

43. Durey, M., Dabelsteen, T. & Matessi, G. 2009. Mating cues and the stability of association preferences in female fighting fish. XXXI IEC Abstracts, p. 213.

42. Hesler, N., Sacher, T., Coppach, T., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Ist die Gesangskomplexität der Amsel in einem intrasexuellen Kontext von Bedeutung? 141. Jahresversammlung der Deutschen Ornithologen-Gesellschaft Abstracts p. 89.

41. Bro-Jørgensen, J. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Multiple messages and backup signals in agonistic communication of eland antelopes: knee-clicks and visual traits as indicators of copmpetitive ability. XII ISBE Abstracts p. 15.

40. Barker, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Mennill, D. 2008. Degradation of rufous-and-white wren songs in a neotropical dry forest: effect of sex, song post height, and reciever height. XII ISBE Abstracts p. 148.

39. Matessi, G., Matos, R.J. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Integrating communication and social networks: networking at different levels in birds and other territorial social systems. XII ISBE Abstracts p. 229.

38. Durey, M., Dabelsteen, T. & Matessi, G. 2008. Do female Siamese fighting fish copy the mate choice of others? II ECBB Abstracts p. 78.

37. Bertucci, F., Matos, R.J. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Priming effect and pre-exposure in Siamese Fighting fish. II ECBB Abstracts p. 217.

36. Hesler, N., Sacher, T., Coppach, T., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. Does song complexity matter in an intra-sexual context in common blackbirds? II ECBB Abstracts p. 281.

35. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. 2008. En stille sang. Aktuel Naturvidenskab 2 maj, 4-6.

34. Bertucci, F., Matos, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2007. Be a bystander and know your audience in Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens). XXX IEC Abstracts, p. 224.

33. Cimadom, K., Garcia, M., Matos, R., Matessi, G., Lampe, H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2007. Male networking and female choice in an artificial territorial system. XXX IEC Abstracts, p. 209.

32. Matessi, G., Matos, R. Peake, T.M., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2007. Effects of social environment and personality on territorial behaviour of male Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) in an artificial communication network. XXX IEC Abstracts, p. 133.

31. Matos, R.J. & Dabelsteen, T. 2007. "Perilous business" - the costs of bystanding in the Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens. XXX IEC Abstracts, p. 140.

30. Anderson, L.S., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. How do swift foxes (Vulpes velox) use space and habitat? XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 151.

29. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Latrines as information centrals in the swift fox Vulpes velox. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 178.

28. Langhoff, H.E., Darden, S.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Sunde, P. 2006. Distribution of carnivore species and their influence on swift fox (Vulpes velox) space use. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 229.

27. Leick, P., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Mate gurading strategies in the swift fox (Vulpes velox). XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 231.

26. Liebst-Olsen, M., Strunge, M., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Glucocorticoid levels and space-use in a wild swift fox (Vulpes velox) population. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 233.

25. Matessi, G. McGregor, P.K., Peake, T.M. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Careless whispers and jealous partners: Females, not males, respond differently to simulations of different courtship interaction outcomes. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 101.

24. Matos, R. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. The trials and tribulations of eavesdropping. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 101.

23. Quaade, N., Matessi, G & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. On the signalling function of visual ornaments: The role of static and dynamic use of multiple signals in Rock sparrow breeding strategies. XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 268.

22. Stranddorf, M., Svenné, S., Ottesen, N., Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & Brumm, H. 2006. Do rock sparrow males adjust the acoustic properties of their song to changing potential receivers during the breeding season? XI ISBE Abstracts, p. 291.

21. Andersen, L.S., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Space use and dynamics in the swift fox (Vulpes velox). XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 14.

20. *Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Review of Marler, P. & Slabbekoorn, H. (eds.) 2004. Nature's Music - The science of Birdsong. Ibis 147, 855-856.

19. *Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Anmeldelse af Michl, G. 2003. A Birder's Guide to the Behaviour of European and North American Birds. Dansk Orn. Foern. Tidskr. 99, 163-164.

18. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. How do spatial and social environment influence the use of long-ranging vocalizations in the swift fox Vulpes velox? XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 53.

17. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Mediation of spatial organisation in the swift fox: Preliminary observations. Shortgrass Steppe Symposium Abstracts.

16. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. How do spatial and social environment influence the use of long-ranging vocalizations in the swift fox Vulpes velox. 42nd ABS Abstracts.

15. Hansen, L.H., Matos, R.J., Matessi, G. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Eavesdropping in a turdid world. XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 94.

14. Leick, P.C., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Mate guarding, a strategy that swift fox (Vulpes velox) use to ensure paternity? XXIX IEC, p. 130.

13. Madsen, V., Dabelsteen, T. & Osorno, J.L. 2005. A magnificant courtship display. XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 137.

12. Pedersen, R.M., Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Individuality of close contact vocalizations and individual discrimination by offspring in the swift fox (Vulpes velox). XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 169.

11. Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen, T. 2005. Signalling aggressive intensions: The role of different vocalizations in the blue tits (Parus caeruleus). XXIX IEC Abstracts, p. 175.

10. Blumenrath, S.H., Peake, T.M., Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & McGregor, P.K 2004. What do listening audiences mean to great tit males during an intrusion? A test of the audience effect. 3rd European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Abstracts.

9. Blumenrath, S.H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2004. Communicating in a network: The impact of foliage on acoustic information transfer in an arboreal songbird. 10th InternationalBehavioral Ecology Congress, Jyväskylä, Abstracts, p. 22.

8. Matessi, G., McGregor P. K., Peake T. M. & Dabelsteen T. 2004. Short term Escalation in song rate: a dynamic, graded signal of aggressiveness in male-male interactions? SIE Congress Proceedings, Padova (Italy).

7. Matessi, G., McGregor P. K., Peake T. M. & Dabelsteen T. 2004. Short term escalation in song rate: a dynamic, graded signal of aggressiveness in male-male interactions? ISBE Conference, Jyvaskyla (Finland) & ECBB abstracts, Groningen (the Netherlands).

6. Poesel A. & Dabelsteen T. 2004.Dear neighbours? Territorial responses of male blue tits to UV manipulated neighbours versus strangers. 10th International Behavioural Ecology Congress, Jyväskyla, Abstracts.

5. Blumenrath, S.H. & Dabelsteen, T. 2003. Do locations inside nest boxes constrain song reception in great tit females? 1st Int. Conf. Acoust. Comm. Anim. Extended Abstratcs, 25-26.

4. *Dabelsteen, T. 2003.Do birds have strategies that facilitate or counter eavesdropping on vocal interactions? 1st Int. Conf. Acoust. Comm. Anim. Extended Abstracts, 55-56.

3. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2003. Ontogeny of swift fox Vulpes velox vocalizations. 1st Int. Conf. Acoust. Comm. Anim. Extended Abstracts, 57-58.

2. Lampe, H., Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.P. 2003. Degradation of pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca) song in Norwegian and Danish habitats: implications for polyterritorial behaviour. Revista Etologia Suplemento 5, 110.

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B: Kongres-resuméer og andet fra før 2003.
(Inkluderer kun resuméer udgivet i videnskabelige tidsskrifter)

49. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2002). Do males perceive differences in song repertoire size in whitethroats Sylvia communis? Bioacoustics 13, 93-94.

48. Dabelsteen, T. & Mathevon, N. (2002). Diurnal variation in transmission caused degradation of blackcap song: implications for communication network activities. Bioacoustics 13, 87.

47. Poesel, A., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2002). Making yourself heard - a study of masking effects on blue tit Parus caeruleus singing interactions. Bioacoustics 13, 178.

46. Aarøe, A.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Singing activity and investment in parental care in the great tit, Parus major. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 112.

45. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). What to do when being eavesdropped - the function of woid-calls in whitethroats. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 119.

44. Blumenrath, S.H., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2001). Song degradation of shared song types in the great tit: potentials for individual discrimination. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 123.

43. Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Privatising or publicising - strategies to counter or promote
eavesdropping in network environments. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 95.

42. Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Vocal individuality in swift fox Vulpes velox barking sequences. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 140.

41. Hansen, J., Pierce, E.P. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Do male purple sandpipers (Calidrix maritima) gain territorial benefits through performing brood care? Advances in Ethology 36, p. 170.

40. Lampe, H.M., Balsby, T.J.S., Espmark, Y.O., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S.B. & McGregor, P.K. (2001). The function of twitter in the song of European redwings using interactive playback. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 200-201.

39. Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Making yourself heard - a study of the masking effects on blue tit Parus caeruleus singing interactions. Advances in Ethology 36, 240.

38. Peake, T.M., Terry, M.R., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001). Investigating
eavesdropping in male great tits: a two speaker approach. Advances in Ethology 36, p. 94.

37. Dabelsteen, T. (1999). A review of: Owings, D.H. & Morton, E.S. Animal communication: a new approach. Ibis 141, 337-338.

36. Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (1999). Comparison of song transmission capabilities in perched song and song flights in Whitethroats Sylvia Communis. Advances in Ethology 34, p. 112.

35. Dabelsteen, T. & Mathevon, N. (1999). Song communication and diurnal variation in song degradation. Advances in Ethology 34. p. 117.

34. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T., Paris, A.L. & Pedersen, S.P. (1999). Energetic tails: potential cues for ranging? Advances in Ethology 34, p.136.

33. Bildsøe, M. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998). Song differences between three subspecies (Erithacus r. rubecula, E. R. microrhyncos and E. r. superbus) of the robin: A statistical report. Zoological Institute, Copenhagen University, pp. 55.

32. Matessi, G. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998). Male reed bunting reactions to different subspecies song playback. 18o Convegnodella Societá Italiana di Eologia/ASAB Summer meeting, p. 53.

31. Otter, K., McGregor, P.K., Tery, A.M.R., Burford, F.R.L., Peake, T.M. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998). Assessing males through song: modifying female perception of male fighting ability With interactive playback in great tits. 18o Convegnodella Societá Italiana di Eologia/ASAB Summer meeting, p.60-61.

30. Nemeth, E., Winkler, H. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998). Die Akustische Umwelt der Vögel in einem neotropischen Regenwald. Bielefelder ôkologische Beitrage, 12, 173.

29. Nemeth, E., Winkler, H. & Dabelsteen, T. (1997). Adaptations in bird songs in a neotropical rainforest. Advances in Ethology 32, 119.

28. Larsen, O.N., Dabelsteen, T. Pedersen, S.B., Bang-Møller, M. & Nogales, M. (1997).
Competitive release of song in the Tenerifean robin, Erithacus rubecula superbus. Advances in Ethology 32, 117.

27. Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T. Pedersen, S.B. & Larsen, O.N. (1997). Degradation of song in the wren. Advances in Ethology 32, 115.

26. * Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N., Pedersen, S.B. & Holland, J. (1997). Quantifying sound degradation and predicting possibilities for ranging. Advances in Ethology 32, 27.

25. * McGregor, P.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Holland, J. (1997). Eavesdropping in a territorial songbird communication network: preliminary results. Bioacoustics 8, 253-254.

24. * Dabelsteen, T. (1996). Review of: C.K. Catchpole & P.J.B. Slater (1995) Bird song - biological themes and variations. Ibis 138, 132-133.

23. * Dabelsteen, T. (1994). Solsortens sang som signal. Årsberetning 1994 Strødam-laboratoriet, 5-6.

22. * Dabelsteen, T. (1994). Hans Lind 10/3 1929 - 26/7 1991. Orbituary. Dansk Naturhistorisk Forenings Årsskrift 1991/92 & 1992/93, 16-22.

21. * Dabelsteen, T. (1992). Hans Lind (orbituary). Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidsskr. 86, 182-183.

20. * Dabelsteen, T. (1990). Solsortens sang. Carlsbergfondet, Frederiksborgmuseet, Ny Carlsbergfondet, Årsskrift 1990, København. s. 43-49.

19. Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. (1989). Quantification of sound degradation in the biotope. In: J. Erber, R. Menzel, H-J. Pflüger and D. Todt (eds.) Neural mechanisms of behaviour. Proceedings of the 2nd international congress of neuroethology, George Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart-New York, p.112.

18. Dabelsteen, T., Espmark, Y. & Sjölander, S. (red.). Biokommunikation. Akademisk Forlag, København. 1988, pp. 371.

17. Larsen, O.N. & Dabelsteen, T. (1986). Directionality of blackbird song. In: N. Elsner & W. Ratmayer (eds.) Sensomotorik Identifizirte Neurone. Beitrage zur 14. Göttinger Neurobiologentagung. George Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, p. 217.

16. * Dabelsteen, T. (1986). Review of: B. Stephan Die Amsel. Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidskr. 80, 82-83.

15. * Dabelsteen, T. (1985). Solsortestudier. Cassette tape with recordings of blackbird song and calls. Kaskelot, Biologforbundets Forlag.

14. * Dabelsteen, T. (1982). Reveiw of: D. & M. Nethersole-Thompson (1979) Greenshanks. Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidskr. 76, 164-165.

13. Dabelsteen, T. (1981). Parameters essential to species recognition in the song of the blackbird, Turdus merula. Memoranda Soc. Fauna Flora Fennica 57, 2.

12. Dabelsteen, T. (1980). Solsortens sang og ynglebiologi udforskes. Feltornitologen 22, 87-91.

11. Dabelsteen, T. (1980) Har solsortens en sangflugt? Feltornitologen 22, 26-29.

10. Dabelsteen, T. (1980). Review of six bird books. Biofag 2, 29-30.

9. Dabelsteen, T. (1980). Review of: T.V. Hansen (1979) Hønen og ægget.Biofag 2, 29.

8. Dabelsteen, T. (1980). Review of: J.G. Larsen (1979) Svin er ikke bare svin. Biofag 2, 27-28.

7. * Dabelsteen, T. (1979). Fisk. Mærkning af forsøgsdyr. Pattedyr. I: R. Sonne-Hansen & O. Jørgensen (red.) Laboratoriehåndbog. Nucleus Forlag Aps. s.125-138, 244-253 og 265-282.

6. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: P. Agger m.fl. (1979) Om biologi - en introduktionsbog. Biofag, 1, 185-186.

5. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: B. Giannini (1979) Skal 13-skalaen bestå?Biofag 1, 136.

4. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: M. Lund (1978) Rotten. Biofag 1, 135.

3. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: P. Hald-Mortensen m.fl. (1978) Bekyt vore vådområder. Biofag 1, 34-35.

2. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: P. Andersen-Harril (1978) Knopsvanen. Biofag 1, 34.

1. Dabelsteen, T. (1979) Review of: O. Hindsbo (1978) Snyltere og sygdomme hos dyr og mennesker. Biofag 1, 33. Til toppen

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