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2013

Nielsen, T. P., Wahlberg, M. & Dabelsteen, T. (2013): Assessment of long-distance detection of gillnets by porpoises: Reply to Dawson & Lusseau (2013).  Marine Ecology Progress Series 478, 303-305. Abstract

Huffeldt, N. P. & Dabelsteen, T. (2013): Impact of a noise-polluted urban environment on the song frequencies of a cosmopolitan songbird, the Great Tit (Parus major), in Denmark. Ornis Fennica 90.

Jacobsen, L. B., Sunde, P., Rahbek, C., Dabelsteen, T.  & Thorup, K. (2013): Territorial calls in the Little Owl (Athene noctua): spatial dispersion and social interplay of mates and neighbours. Ornis Fennica 90(1), 41–49. Abstract



2012

Balsby, T. J. S., Momberg, J. V. & Dabelsteen, T. (2012): Vocal imitation in parrots allows addressing of specific individuals in a dynamic communication network. PLoS ONE 7(11), e49747. Abstract

Hesler,  N., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. (2012): Are there age-related differences in the song repertoire size of Eurasian blackbirds? Acta Ethologica, 15(2), 203-210. Abstract 

Hesler,  N., Mundry, R., Sacher, T., Coppack, T., Bairlein, F. & Dabelsteen, T. (2012): Song repertoire size correlates with measures of body size in Eurasian blackbirds. Behaviour, 149(6), 645-665. Abstract

Noer, C. L., Dabelsteen, T., Bohmann, K. & Monadjem, A. (2012): Molossid bats in an African agro-ecosystem select sugarcane fields as foraging habitat. African Zoology 47(1), 1-11. Abstract

Lebsock, A.A., Burdett, C.L., Darden, S.K., Dabelsteen, T., Antolin, M.F. & Crooks, K.R. (2012): Space use and territoriality in swift foxes (Vulpes velox) in northeastern Colorado. Canadian Journal of Zoology90(3), 337-344. Abstract

Nielsen, T.P., Wahlberg, M., Heikkilä, S., Jensen, M., Sabinsky, P. & Dabelsteen, T. (2012): Swimming patterns of wild habour porpoises Phocoena phocoena show detection and avoidance of gillnets at very long ranges. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 453, 241-248. Abstract

Brask, J.B., Croft, D.P., Thompson, K., Dabelsteen, T. & Darden, S.K. (2012): Social preferences based on sexual attractiveness: a female strategy to reduce male sexual attention. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279(1734), 1748-1753. Abstract

 


2011

Balsby, T.J.S. & Adams, D.M. (2011): Vocal similarity and familiarity determine response to potential flockmates in orange-fronted conures (Psittacidae). Animal Behaviour, 81(5), 983-991. Abstract

Hebert, L., Darden, SK., Pedersen, B.V. & Dabelsteen, T. (2011): Increased DNA amplification success of non-invasive genetic samples by successful removal of inhibitors from faecal samples collected in the field. Conservation Genetics Resources, 3(1), 41-43. Abstract

Hesler, N., Mundry, R. & Dabelsteen, T. (2011): Does song repertoire size in common blackbirds play a role in an intra-sexual context? Journal of Ornithology 152(3), 591-601. Abstract

Malmkvist, J., Jeppesen, L.L. & Palme, R. (2011): Stress and stereotypic behaviour in mink (Mustela vision): A focus on adrenocortical activity. Stress 14, 312-323. 

Mogensen, N.L., Ogutu, J.O. & Dabelsteen, T. (2011): The effects of pastoralism and protection on lion behaviour, demography and space use in the Mara Region of Kenya. African Zoology 46(1), 78-87. Abstract

Nielsen, T.P., Jacobsen, M.W. & Wang, T. (2011): Satiety and eating patterns in two species of constricting snakes. Physiology & Behaviour 102, 110-114. Abstract

Pontoppidan, M., Petersen, P.M. & Philipp, M. (2011): For she that hath, to her shall be given... Implications of flowering in Anemone nemorosa L. Plant BiologyAbstract 

Sabatini, V., Ruiz-Miranda, C.R. & Dabelsteen, T. (2011): Degradation characteristics of golden lion tamarin Leontopithecus rosalia two-phrase long calls: Implications for call detection and ranging in evergreen forest. Bioacoustics 20, 137-158. Abstract

Schønecker, B., Freimanis, T., Sørensen, I.V. (2011): Diabetes in Danish Bank Voles (M. glareolus): Survivorship, Influence on Weight, and Evaluation of Polydipsia as a Screening Tool for Hyperglycaemia. PLoS ONE 6(8).

Walløe, S., Nissen, U.V., Berg, W.B., Hounsgaard, J. & Pakkenberg (2011): Stereological estimate of the total number of neurons in spinal segment D9 of the Red-eared turtle. Journal of Neuroscience 31(7), 2431-2435. Abstract

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2010

Balsby, T.J.S. & Hansen, P. (2010): Element repertoire: change and development with age in Whitethroat Sylvia communis song. J. Ornithol. 151, 469-476. Abstract

Beatty, G.E., Philipp, M. & Provan, J. (2010): Unidirectional hybridization at a species' range boundary: implications for habitat tracking. Diversity and Distributions-a Journal of Biological Invasions and Biodiversity 16(1), 1-9. Abstract PDF

Bøcher, J.J. & Nachman, G.S. (2010): Are environmental factors responsible for geographic variation in the sex ratio of the Greenlandic seed-bug Nysius groenlandicusEntomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 134(2), 122-130. Abstract

Hansen, B.K., Jeppesen, L.L. & Berg, P. (2010). Stereotypic behaviour in farm mink (Neovison vison) can be reduced by selection. J. Anim. Breed. Genet. 127, 64-73. Abstract

Heller, R , Pedersen, A.F.S., 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. American Journal of Primatology 72(2), 142-151. Abstract

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. Abstract

Matessi, G., Matos, R.J.S.C., 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. Animal Behaviour 79(1), 43-49. Abstract

* McGregor, P.K. (2010): Signals. Contributor to: The Encyclopaedia of Applied Animal Behaviour (Mills, D. ed). CABI Publications, Wallingford. Link Preview

Nachman, G.S. & Borregaard, M.K. (2010): From complex spatial dynamics to simple Markov chain models: do predators and prey leave footprints? Ecography 33(1), 137-147. Abstract 

Philipp, M. & Nielsen, L.R. (2010): Reproductive ecology of Scalesia cordata (Asteraceae), an endangered species from the Galápagos Islands. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 162(3), 496-503. Abstract

Sánchez-Vilas, J., Philipp, M. & Retuerto, R. (2010): Unexpectedly high genetic variation in large unisexual clumps of the subdioecious plant Honckenya peploides. Plant Biology 12(3), 518-525. Abstract

Walløe, S., Eriksen, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Pakkenberg, B. (2010): A neurological comparative study of the Harp Seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and Habour Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) brain. The Anatomical Record 293, 2129-2135. Abstract

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2009

Adams, D.M., Balsby, T.J.S. & Bradbury, J.W. (2009): The function of double chees in orange-fronted conures (Aratinga canicularis; Psittacidae). Behaviour 146(2), 171-188. Abstract

Balsby, T.J.S. & Bradbury, J.W. (2009): Vocal matching by orange-fronted conures (Aratinga canicularis). Behavioural Processes 82, 133-139. Abstract

Barker, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Mennill, D. (2009): Degradation of male and female rufous-and-white wren songs in a neotropical dry forest: effects of sex, song post height, and receiver height. Behaviour 146(8), 1093-1122. Abstract

Holsegård-Rasmussen, M., Sunde, P., Thorup, K., Jacobsen, L.B., Ottensen, N., Svenne, S. & Rahbek, C. (2009): Variation in working effort in Danish Little Owls Athena noctua. Ardea 97(4), 547-554. Abstract PDF

Howe, A.G. , Lövei, G.L. & Nachman, G.S. (2009): Dummy caterpillars as a simple method to assess predation rates on invertebrates in a tropical agroecosystem. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 131(3), 325-329. Abstract

Philipp, M., Jakobsen, R.B. & Nachman, G.S. (2009): A comparison of pollen-siring ability and life history between males and hermaphrodites of subdioecious Silene acaulis. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11(5), 787-801. Abstract PDF 

Schønecker, B. (2009): Handling-induced tonic/clonic seizures in captive born bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 118, 84-90. Abstract

Schønecker, B. (2009): Increased survival and reproductive success associated with stereotypical behaviours in laboratory-bred bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 121, 55-62. Abstract

Sunde, P., Thorup, K., Jacobsen, L.B., Holsegård-Rasmussen, M.H., Ottessen, N., Svenné, S. & Rahbek, C. (2009): Spatial behaviour of little owls (Athena noctua) in a declining low-density population in Denmark. J. Ornithol. 150(3), 537-548. Abstract

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2008

* Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2008): En stille sang. Aktuel Naturvidenskab 2, 4-6. PDF 

Balsby, T.J.S. & Scarl, J.C. (2008): Sex-specific responses to vocal convergence and divergence of contact calls in orange-fronted conures (Aratinga canicularis). Proc. R. Soc. B 275, 2147-2154. Abstract PDF

* Borregaard, M.K., Hendrichsen, D.K. & Nachman, G.S. (2008): Spatial distribution. In: Encyclopedia of Ecology. Population Dynamics. SE Jørgensen & BD Fath (red)., vol. 4. Elsevier Science, 3304-3310.

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

Bruun, H.H., Lundgren, R. & Philipp, M. (2008): Enhancement of local species richness in tundra by seed dispersal through guts of muskox and barnacle goose. Oecologia 155(1), 101-110. Abstract

Darden, S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2008): Acoustic signalling in a small, socially monogamous canid. Animal Behaviour 75(3), 905-912. Abstract

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

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 veloxJournal of the Acoustical Society of America 124(2), 758-766. Abstract 

* Gonçalves, D., Oliveira, R.F. & McGregor, P.K. (2008): Communication and the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics. Pp. 401-420. In: Alternative Reproductive Tactics (Oliveira, R., Taborsky, M. & Brockman, J. eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Preview

Jeppesen, L.L. (2008): Hylder og rør - igen. Dansk Pelsdyravl 4, 40-41.

Klein, D.R., Bruun, H.H., Lundgren, R. & Philipp, M. (2008): Climate Change Influences on Species Interrelationships and Distributions in High-Arctic Greenland. Advances in Ecological Research 40, 81-100. Abstract

* Matessi, G. (2008): Mennesket: det kommunikerende dyr. BioZoom nr. 2, Biokemisk Forening. Link

* Matessi, G., Matos, R.J. & Dabelsteen (2008): Communication in social networks of territorial animals: networking at different levels in birds and other systems. Chapther 3, pp. 33-55. In: Sociobiology of Communication. Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs. ISBN: 9780199216840. Abstract

* Simonsen, T. (2008): Effekt af tryptophan på adfærd hos mink. Faglig Årsberetning, 37-50. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark. View

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2007

Blumenrath, S.H., Dabelsteen, T & Pedersen, S.B. (2007): Vocal neighbour-mate discrimination in female great tits Parus major despite high song similarity. Animal Behaviour 73(5), 789-796. Abstract

Garde, E., Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Hansen, S.H., Nachman, G.S. & Forchhammer, M. (2007): Age-specific growth and remarkable longevity in narwhals (monodon monoceros) from West Greenland as estimated by aspartic acid racemization. Journal of Mammalogy 88(1), 49-58. Abstract 

* Haagensen, A.M. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2007): Redebrug og aggression hos mink i tre forskellige bursystemer. Faglig Årsberetning, 21-28. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

* Hendrichsen, D.K., Nachman, G.S. & Forchammer, M. (2007): Spatial variation in growth and phenology of arctic willow. A. Klitgaard, M. Rasch & K. Caning (red), Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations. Annual Report, 2006, Danish Polar Center, 81-82.  

Høye, T.T., Ellebjerg, S.M. & Philipp, M. (2007): The impact of climate on flowering in the high Arctic - The case of Dryas in a hybrid zone. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 39, 412-421. Abstract 

Ichinose, K., Forti, L.C., Pretto, D.R., Nachman, G.S. & Boomsma, J.J. (2007): Sex allocation in the polydomous leaf-cutting ant Acromyrmex balzani. Ecological Research 22, 288-295. Abstract PDF

Kiær, L., Philipp, M., Jørgensen, R. & Hauser, T.P. (2007): Genealogy, morphology and fitness of spontaneous hybrids between wild and cultivated chicory (Cichorium intybus). Heredity 99(1), 112-120. Abstract

Lampe, H.M., Larsen, O.N., Pedersen, S.B. & Dabelsteen, T. (2007): Song degradation in the hole-nesting pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca: Implications for polyterritorial behaviour in contrasting habitat-types. Behaviour 144, 1161-1178. Abstract

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, S93-S11. Abstract

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

Philipp, M. & Petersen, P.M. (2007): Long-term study of the dry matter allocation and rhizome growth in Anemone nemorosa. Plant Species Biology 22(1), 23-31. Abstract

Poesel, A., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2007): Implications of conspecific background noise for features of blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus, communication networks at dawn. Journal of Ornithology = Journal fur Ornithologie 148(1), 123-128. Abstract

Poesel, A., Dabelsteen, T., Darden, S., Delhey, K. & Peters, A. (2007): Territorial responses of male blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus, to UV manipulated neighbours. Journal of Ornithology = Journal fur Ornithologie 148, 179-187. Abstract

Steffensen, L.K., Hansen, S.W. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2007): Introducing an open water surface as an alternative to the traditional valve dringer for ranch mink (Mustela vison) in the lactation period. Scientfur 31(1), 7-18.

Svendsen, P.M., Hansen, S.W., Jeppesen, L.L. (2007): Direct scan sampling reliably reflects video recorded differences in stereotypy in selected lines of mink. Scientifur 31(1), 19-25.

Svendsen, P.M., Hansen, B.K. Malmkvist, J., Hansen, S.W., Palme, R. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2007): Selection against stereotypic behaviour may have contradictory consequences for the welfare of farm minks (Mustela vison). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 107, 110-119.

Vestergaard, A.C., Jeppesen, L.L. (2007): Anticipatory behaviour in mink reflects the rewarding properties of enrichments as well as the effect of enrichments on reward sensitivity. Scientifur 31(3), 73-81.

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2006

Bremner-Harrison, S., Harrison, S.W.R., Cypher, B.L., Murdoch, J.D., Maldonado, J. & Darden, S.K. (2006): Development of a single-sampling noninvasive hair snare. Wildlife Society Bulleting 34(2), 456-461. Abstract

Darden, S.K. & Dabelsteen, T. 2006. Ontogeny of swift fox Vulpes Velox vocalizations: production, usage and response. Behaviour 143(6), 659-681. Abstract

* Geisler, A. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2005): Forventningsadfærd og velfærd hos mink. Faglig Årsberetning 2005, 7-16. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark. 

Hansen, S.W. and Jeppesen, L.L. (2006): Temperament, Stereotypies and anticipatory behaviour as measures of welfare in mink. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 99(1-2), 172-182. Abstract

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(1), 13-18. Abstract

Jacobsen, L.B. & Dabelsteen, T. (2006): Individuel variation I Kirkeuglens Athene Noctua territoriekald. Dansk Ornt. Foren. Tidskr. 100(2), 51-56.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2006): Selektion mod stereotypi kan have modsat rettede konsekvenser for velfærd hos mink. Faglig Årsberetning 2006, 7-12. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2006): Effekt af alternativ placering af drikkeniplen på hvalperesultat, adfærd og vægtudvikling i diegivningsperioden hos mink. Faglig Årsberetning 2005, 25-30. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2006): Velfærd hos mink - små forandringer gavner. Faglig Årsberetning 2005, 17-24. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

Nachman, G. (2006): A functional response model of a predator population foraging in a patchy habitat. Journal of Animal Ecology 75(4), 948-958. Abstract 

Nachman, G. (2006): The effects of prey patchiness, predator aggregation, and mutual interference on the functional response of Phytoseiulus persimilis feeding on Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Phytoseiidae, Tetranychidae). Experimental & Applied Acarology 38(2-3), 87-111. Abstract

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(1), 620-626. Abstract

Peake, T.M., Matos, R.J. & McGregor, P.K. (2006): Effects of manipulated aggressive 'interactions' on bystanding male fighting fish, Betta splendens. Animal Behaviour 72(5), 1013-1020. Abstract

Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen (2006): Three vocalization types in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus: a test of the different signal-value hypothesis. Behaviour 143(12), 1529-1545. Abstract

Poesel, A., Kunc, H.P., Foerster, K., Johnsen, A. & Kempanaers, B. (2006): Early birds are sexy: male age, dawn song and extrapair paternity in blue tits, Cyanistes (formerly Parus) caeruleus. Animal Behaviour 72, 531-538. Abstract 

Rasmussen, L., Jensen, M.B, and Jeppesen, L.L. (2006): The effect of age at introduction and number of milk portions on the behaviour of group housed diary calves fed by a computer controlled milk feeder. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 100(3), 153-163. Abstract

Riis, L. & Nachman, G. (2006): Migration, trapping and local dynamics of whiteflies (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Agricultural and Forest Entomology 8(3), 233-241. Abstract

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2005

Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2005): Simulated courtship interactions elicit neighbour intrusions in the whitethroat Sylvia communis. Anim. Behav. 69(1), 161-168. Abstract

Brink, A.L. and Jeppesen, L.L. (2005): Behaviour of mink kits and dams (Mustela vison) in the lactation period. Can. J. Anim. Sci., 85, 7-12. Abstract

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

Dabelsteen, T. (2005): A birder's guide to the behaviour of European and North American birds. Dansk Ornitologisk Forenings Tidsskrift 99(3), 163-164.

Dabelsteen, T. (2005): Review of: Nature's Music - The Science of Birdsong (Marler, P. & Slabbekoorn, H. (eds.) 2004). Ibis 147(4), 855-856.

Goncalves, D., Matos, R.J., Fagundes, T. & Oliveira, R. (2005): Bourgeois males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavp, discriminate female mimics from females? Ethology 111, 559-572. Abstract

Griggio, M., Matessi, G. & Pilastro, A. (2005): Should I stay or should I go? Female brood desertion and male counterstrategy in rock sparrows. Behav. Ecol. 16(2), 435-441. Abstract PDF 

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(4), 507-524. Abstract

Mathevon, N., Dabelsteen, T. & Blumenrath, S.H. (2005). Are high perches in the blackcap Sylvia atricapilla song or listening posts? A sound transmission study. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 117(1), 442-449. Abstract PDF

* Matos, R.J. & Schlupp, I. (2005): Performing in front of an audience: signalers and the social environment. In: Animal Communication Networks (Ed. P.K. McGregor). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 63-83. Preview

* McGregor, P.K. (ed) (2005): Animal Communication Networks. Pp 668 + xiv. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 0-521-82361-7. Preview 

* McGregor, P.K. (2005): Introduction. In: Animal Communication Networks (Ed. P.K. McGregor). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 1-6. Preview

Nykjær Larsen, M., Nachman, G.S. & Skovgaard, H. (2005): Interspecific competition between Sitophilus zeamais and Sitotroga cerealella in a patchy environment. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 116(2), 115-126. Abstract

* Peake, T.M. (2005): Eavesdropping in communication networks. In: Animal Communication Networks (Ed. P.K. Mcgregor). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 13-37. Preview

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(5), 1063-1068. Abstract

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(6), 1419-1427. Abstract

* Pope, D.S. (2005). Waving in a crowd: fiddler crabs signal in networks. In: Animal Communication Networks (Ed. P.K. McGregor). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 252-276. Preview

Schmidt, N.M., Olsen, H., Bildsøe, M., Sluydts, V. & Leirs, H.I. (2005): Effects of grazing intensity on small mammal population ecology in wet meadows. Basic & Applied Ecol. 6(1), 57-66. Abstract

* Terry, A.M.R. & Lachlan, R. (2005). Communication networks in a virtual world. In: Animal Communication Networks (Ed. P.K. McGregor). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 604-627. Link

Terry, A.M.R., Peake, T.M. & McGregor, P.K. (2005): The role of vocal individuality in conservation. Frontiers in Zoology 2, 10. Abstract PDF

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2004

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(8), 935-958. Abstract

Blumenrath, S.H., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2004): Being inside nest boxes: does it complicate the receiving conditions for Great Tit Parus major females? Bioacoustics 14(3), 209-223.

Brink, A.L., Jeppesen, L.L. and Heller, K.E. (2004): Behaviour in suckling mink kits under farm conditions: effects of accessibility of drinking water. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 89, 131-137. Abstract

Dabelsteen, T. (2004): Strategies that facilitate or counter eavesdropping on vocal interactions in songbirds. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 76(2), 274-278. PDF

Danielsen, C., Hansen, L.S., Nachman, G.S. & Herling, C. (2004): The influence of temperature and relative humidity on the development of Lepidoglyphus destructor (Acari: Glycyphagidae) and its production of allergens: a laboratory experiment. Experimental and Applied Acarology 32(3), 151-170. Abstract 

Griggio M., Matessi, G. & Marin, G. (2004): No evidence of extra-pair paternity in a colonial seabird, the common tern (Sterna hirundo). Ital. J. Zool. 71, 219-222. Abstract 

Hansen, S.W. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2004): The anticipatory behaviours of mink expecting a positive or negative reward. Scientifur 28(3), 19-23.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2004): Forsigtigt nyt om klatrebure. Dansk Pelsdyravl 12, 25-27. 

Jeppesen, L.L. (2004): Mink welfare improved by combined implementation of several small initiatives. Scientifur 28, 3, 11-18. Proceedings of the VIII international Scientific Congress in Fur Animal Production. 

Jeppesen, L.L., Heller, K.E. and Bildsøe, M. (2004): Stereotypies in female farm mink (Mustela vison) may be genetically transmitted and associated with higher fertility due to effects on body weight. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 86, 137-143. Abstract

* Jeppesen, L.L. & Pedersen, V. (2004): Gør god velfærd bedre. Dansk Pelsdyravl 2, 4-7.

* Jeppesen, L.L., Simonsen, T. & Pedersen, V. (2004): Projekt Velfærd i Praksis. Faglig Årsberetning 2003, 35-44. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

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(2), 264-266.

Madsen, V., Balsby, T.J.S., Dabelsteen, T. & Osorno, J.L. (2004): Bimodal signaling of a sexually selected trait: gular pouch "drumming" in the Magnificent Frigatebird. The Condor 106(1), 156-160. Abstract

Matessi, G., Pilastro, A. and Marin, G. (2004): Simultaneous comparison of cultural, genetic and morphological evolution among reed bunting populations. Acta Zoologica Sinica 50(5), 730-737.

Mathevon, N., Aubin, T., Dabelsteen, T. & Vielliard, J.M.E. (2004): Are communication activities shaped by environmental constraints in reverberating and absorbing forest habitats? An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 76(2), 259-263. PDF

* McGregor, P.K. (2004): Communication. Pp. 226-250. In: The Behavior of Animals: Mechanisms, Function and Evolution (Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. eds). Blackwells Scientific Publications, Oxford. Preview

Nachman, G.S. (2004): Nekrolog: Mikael Münster-Swendsen. Dansk Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, nr. 14, s. 90-96.  

* Nachman, G.S. & Heller, K.E. (2004): Symmetri som naturens værdimål - fup eller fakta? Aktuel Naturvidenskab 1, 24-27.

Pedersen, V., Jeppesen, L.L. & Jeppesen, N. (2004): Effects of group housing systems on behaviour and production performance in farmed juvenile mink (Mustela vison). Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 88, 89-100. Abstract

Philipp, M., Hansen, L.B., Adsersen, H. & Siegismund, H.R. (2004): Reproductive ecology of the endemic Lecocarpus pinnatifidus (Asteraceae) in an isolated population in the Galápagos Islands. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 146(2), 171-180. Abstract

Poesel, A., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2004). Dawn song of male blue tits as a predictor of competitiveness in midmorning singing interactions. Acta ethol. 6(2), 65-71. Abstract 

Skovgård, H. & Nachman, G.S. (2004): Biological control of house flies Musca domestica and stable flies Stomoxys calcitrans (Diptera: Muscidae) by means of inundative releases of Spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 94(6), 555-567.

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2003

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(3), 149-157. Abstract

Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003): Male singing behaviour and female presence in the territory in the whitethroat Sylvia communis. Acta Ethol. 5(2), 81-88. Abstract

Balsby, T.J.S., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2003): Degradation of Whitethroat vocalisations: Implications for song flight and communication network activities. Behaviour 140(6), 695-719. Abstract

* Brink, A. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2003): Tænk på hvalpenes vandforsyning fra 4. til 6. leveuge. Dansk Pelsdyravl 5, 30-31.

Darden, S.K., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (2003): A potential tool for swift fox (Vulpes velox) conservation: individuality of long-range barking sequences. Journal of Mammalogy 84(4), 1417-1427. Abstract 

Darden, S.K., Pedersen, S.B. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003): Methods of frequency analysis of a complex mammalian vocalization. Bioacoustics 13(3), 247-263.

Freimanis T., Heller K.E., Schønecker B., Bildsøe, M. (2003): Effects of Postnatal Stress on the Development of Type 1 Diabetes in Bank Voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Experimental Diabesity Research 4(1), 21-25. Abstract

Hansen, C.P.B. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2003): The influence of temperature on the activity and water use of farmed mink (Mustela vison). Animal Science 76, 111-118.  

* Heller, K.E. (2003): Stress - det biologiske grundlag. 120 s. Akademisk Forlag, Danmark.

* Heller, K.E. (2003): Hvad mener guldfisken? Politiken 30 maj, s. 5-6. 2003.

* Heller, K.E. (2003): Dyrevelfærd - en objektiv vurdering? Kaskelot 141, s. 12-13.

Lampe, H., Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. (2003): Degradation of pied flycatcher: song in Norwegian and Danish habitats: implications for polyterritorial behaviour. Revista de etologia 5, 110-110.

Matos, R.J., Peake T. M. & McGregor, P. K. (2003): Timing of presentation of an audience: aggressive priming and audience effects in male displays of Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens). Behavioural processes 63, 53-61. Abstract

Mohr, K., Vibe-Petersen, S., Jeppesen, L.L., Bildsøe, M. & Leirs, H. (2003): Foraging of multimammate mice, Mastomys natalensis, under different predation pressure: cover, patch-dependent decisions and density-dependent GUDs. Oikos 100(3), 459-468. Abstract PDF

Nachman, G. & Zemek, R. (2003): Interactions in a tritrophic acarine predator-prey metapopulation system V: Within-plant dynamics of Phytoseiulus persimilis and Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Phytoseiidae, Tetranychidae). Experimental and Applied Acarology 29(1), 35-68. Abstract

Niklasson B., Heller K.E., Schønecker B., Bildsøe, M., Daniels T., Hampe C.S., Widlund P., Simonson W.T., Schaefer J.B., Rutledge E., Bekris L., Lindberg A.M., Johansson S., Örtqvist E., Persson B., Lernmark Å. (2003): Development of Type 1 Diabetes in Wild Bank Voles Associated With Islet Autoantibodies and the Novel Ljungan Virus. Experimental Diabesity Research 4(1), 35-44. Abstract

Nielsen, L.R., Cowan, R.S., Siegismund, H.R., Adsersen, H., Philipp, M. & Fay, M.F. (2003): Morphometric, AFLP and plastid microsatellite variation in populations of Scalesia divisa and S. incisa (Asteraceae) from the Galápagos Islands. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 143, 243-254. Abstract

Nielsen, L.R., Siegismund, H.R. & Philipp, M. (2003): Partial self-incompatibility in the polyploid endemic species Scalesia affinis (Asteraceae) from the Galápagos: remnants of a self-incompatibility system? Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 142, 93-101. Abstract

Philipp, M. & Siegismund, H.R. (2003): What can morphology and isozymes tell us about the history of the Dryas integrifolia-octopetala complex? Molecular Ecology 12, 2231-2242. Abstract

Pöesel, A. & Dabelsteen, T. (2003): Moving threats: territorial responses of male blue tits to simulated intrusions. Revista de etologia 5, 124-124.

* Schønecker, B., Freimanis, T. (2003): Perspektivrig gnaver - rødmus som model for sukkersyge. Aktuel Naturvidenskab 5, 14-16.

Schønecker B., Heller K.E. (2003): Stimulation of serotonin (5-HT) activity reduces spontaneous stereotypies in female but not in male bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Stereotyping female voles as a new animal model for human anxiety and mood disorders? Applied Animal Behaviour Science 80(2), 161-170. Abstract

Svendsen, J.C., Skov, J., Bildsøe, M. & Steffensen, J.F. (2003): Intra-school positional preference and reduced tail beat frequency in trailing positions in schooling roach under experimental conditions. Journ. Fish Biol. 62, 834-846. Abstract PDF

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2002

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

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

* Boomsma, J.J. & Nachman, G. (2002): Analysis of sex ratios in social insects. Sex Ratio Handbook, Cambridge University Press, 93-111.

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

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

Damm, B.T., Bildsøe, M., Vestergaard, K.S., Ladevig, J., Gilbert, C. (2002): The effects of confinement on periparturient behaviour anc circulatory prolactin, prostaglandinF2 and oxitocin in preparturient gilts with access to a variety of nest materials. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 76, 135-156.

Hels, T. & Nachman, G. (2002): Simulating viability of a spadefoot toad (Pelobates fuscus) metapopulation in a landscape fragmented by a road. Ecography 25, 730-744. Abstract

Holm, L., Jensen, M. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2002): Calves' motivation for access to two different types of social contact measured by operant conditioning. Applied Animal Behaviour Science  79, 175-194. Abstract

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2002): Bevar minkens gode velfærd. Dansk Pelsdyravl 6, 5-6. 

* Jeppesen, L.L. (2002): Hvad er dyrevelfærd egentlig? Dansk Pelsdyravl 10, 4-5.

* Jeppesen, L.L., Hansen, B.K., Pedersen, V. & Simonsen, T. (2002): Selektion For og Imod Stereotypi hos Mink, P og F1. Faglig Årsberetning 2002, 7-11. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

* Jeppesen, L.L., Pedersen, V. & Simonsen, T.J. (2002): Stereotypier, Velfærd, Politik og Produktion. Faglig Årsberetning 2001, 21-27. Pelsdyrerhvervets Forsøgs og ForskningsCenter, Holstebro, Danmark.

* Nachman, G. (2002): Biology needs it. Dina News, nr. 3.

Nachman, G. & Zemek, R. (2002): Interactions in a tritrophic acarine predator-prey metapopulation system III: Effects of Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae) on host plant condition. Experimental & Applied Acarology 2(1-2), 27-42. Abstract

Nielsen, L.R., Philipp, M. & Siegismund, H. (2002): Selective advantage of ray florets in Scalesia affinis and S. pedunculata (Asteraceae), two endemic species from Galápagos. Evolutionary Ecology 16, 139-153. Abstract

Pedersen, V., Moeller, N. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2002). Behavioural and physiological effects of post-weaning handling and access to shelters in farmed blue foxes (Alopex lagopus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 77, 139-154. Abstract

Peake, T.M., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2002): Do great tits assess rivals by combining direct experience with information gathered by eavesdropping? Proceedings of the royal society of London B 269, 1925-1929. Abstract PDF

Philipp, M. (2002): Genetic variation in Armeria maritima in Iceland. Polar Record 38, 219-224. Abstract

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

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2001

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

Albrectsen, B. & Nachman, G. (2001): Female-biased density-dependent dispersal of a tephritid fly in a fragmented habitat and its implications for population regulation. Oikos 94, 263-272. Abstract

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. Abstract

Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): What to do when being eavesdropped - the function of void-calls in whitethroats. Ibid *, 119. 

Blumenrath, S., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S. (2001): Song degradation of shared song types in the great tit: potentials for individual discrimination. Ibid *, 123.

Böcher, J. & Nachman, G. (2001): Temperature and humidity responses of the arctic-alpine seed bug Nysius groenlandicus. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 99, s. 319-330. Abstract

Castagnoli, M., Simoni, S. & Nachman, G. (2001): Short-term changes in consumption and oviposition rates of Neoseiulus californicus strains (Acari: Phytoseiidae) after a diet shift. Experimental and Applied Acarology 25, 969-983. Abstract

Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Privatising or publicising - strategies to counter or promote eavesdropping in network environment. Ibid *, 95.

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

Darden, S. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Vocal individuality in swift fox Vulpes velox barking sequences. Ibid *, 140.

Hansen, C.P.B. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2001): The swimming activity of farm mink (Mustela vison) and its relation to stereotypes. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavia, Section A. Animal Science 51, 71-76. Abstract

Hansen, C.P.B. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2001): Use of water for swimming and its relationship to temperature and other factors in farm mink (Mustela vison). ACTA Agriculturae Scandinavia 51, 89-93. Abstract

Hansen, J., Pierce, E. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Do male purple sandpipers Calidrix maritima gain territorial benefits through performing brood care? Ibid *, 170.

Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S. (2001): The location of ranging cues in wren song; evidence from calibrated interactive playback experiments. Behaviour 138, 189-206. Abstract

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

Lampe, H., Balsby, T.J.S., Espmark, Y., Dabelsteen, T. , Pedersen, S. & McGregor, P.K. (2001): The function of twitter in the song of European redwings using interactive playback. Ibid *, 200-201.

Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & Pilastro, A. (2001): Subspecies song discrimination in a mediterranean population of the reed bunting Emberiza schoeniclus intermedia. Italian Jounal of Zoology 68(4), 311-314. Abstract PDF

Nachman, G. (2001): Predator-prey interactions in a nonequilibrium context: The metapopulation appraoch to modelling "hide and seek" dynamics in a spatially explicit tri-trophic system. Oikos 94, 72-88. Abstract

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

Otter, K., Stewart, I., 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 Biology 32, 338-344. Abstract

Peake, T., Terry, A.M.R., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Investigating eavesdropping in male great tits: a two speaker approach. Adv. In Ethol. 36, 94.

Peake, T., Terry, A.M.R., McGregor, P.K. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Male great tits eavesdrop on simulated male-male vocal interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 268, 1183-1187. Abstract PDF

Petersen, P.M. & Philipp, M. (2001): Implantation of forest plants in a wood on former arable land: a ten year experiment. Flora: Morphologie, Geobotanik, Oekophysiologie 196, 286-291.

Poesel, A. & Dabelsteen, T. (2001): Making yourself heard - a study of the masking effects on blue tit Parus caeruleus singing interactions. Ibid *, 240.

Schønecker B., Heller K.E. (2001): The involvement of dopamine (DA) and serotonin (5-HT) in stress-induced stereotypies in bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 73, 311-319. Abstract

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2000

Bolbroe, T., Jeppesen, L.L. & Leirs, H. (2000): Behavioural response of field voles under mustelid predation risk in the laboratory: more than neophobia. Ann. Zool. Fennici 37, 169-178. PDF

Hansen, C.P.B. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2000): Effect of blocking farm mink's feed access with open water. Agricultural and Food Sciences in Finland 9, 157-163. Abstract PDF

Hansen, C.P.B. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2000): Short term behavioural consequences of denied access to environmental facilities in mink. Agricultural and Food Sciences in Finland 9, 149-155. Abstract PDF

* Heller K.E. (2000): Tidsopfattelse i dyreriget. Mosaik 7, s. 4.

Holland, J., Dabelsteen, T. & Paris, A. (2000): Coding in the song of the wren: importance of rhythmicity, syntax and element structure. Animal Behaviour 60(4), 463-470. Abstract

Jeppesen, L.L., Heller, K.E. & Dalsgaard, T. (2000): Effects of early weaning and housing conditions on the development of stereotypies in farmed mink. Applied Aminal Behaviour Sciences 68(1), 85-92. Abstract PDF

Jeppesen, L.L., Pedersen, V. & Heller, K.E. (2000): Preferences for various nest box designs in farmed silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and blue foxes (Alopex lagopus). Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 67(1-2), 127-135. Abstract

Kristiansen, J.N., Fox, T. & Nachman, G. (2000): Does size matter? Maximising nutrient and biomass intake by shoot size selection amongst herbivorous geese. Ardea 88(2), 119-125. PDF

Matessi, G., Dabelsteen, T. & Pilastro, A. (2000): Responses to playback of different subspecies songs in the Reed Bunting (Emberiza s. schoeniclus). Journal of Avian Biology 31, 96-101. Abstract PDF

Nachman, G. (2000): Effects of demographic parameters on metapopulation size and persistence: an analytical stochastic model. Oikos 91, 51-65. Abstract

Nielsen, L.R., Philipp, M., Adsersen, H. & Siegismund, H. (2000): Breeding system of Scalesia divisa Andersson, an endemic Asteraceae from the Galápagos Islands. Norske Videnskaps-Akademi. I, Mat.-naturv. klasse. Skrifter, Ny serie 39, 127-138. 

Pedersen, V. & Jeppesen, L.L. (2000): Effects of family housing on behaviour, plasma cortisol and performance in adult female mink (Mustela vison). Acta Agric. Scan. Sect A 51(1), 77-88. Abstract 

Philipp, M. & Hansen, T. (2000): The influence of plant and corolla size on pollen deposition and seed set in Geranium sanguineum (Geraniaceae). Nordic Journal of Botany 20, 129-140. Abstract

Schønecker B., Heller K.E. (2000): Indication of a genetic basis of stereotypies in laboratory-bred voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 68, 339-347. Abstract

Schønecker B., Heller K.E., Freimanis T. (2000): Development of stereotypies in polydipsia in wild caught bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus) and their laboratory-bred offspring. Is polydipsia a symptom of diabetes mellitus? Applied Animal Behaviour Science 68(4), 349-357. Abstract

Weidema, I.R., Magnussen, L.S. & Philipp, M. (2000): Gene flow and mode of pollination in a dry-grassland species Filipendula vulgaris (Rosaceae). Heredity 84, 311-320. Abstract PDF

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1999

Arvedlund, M., McCormick, M.I., Fautin, D.G., Bildsøe, M. (1999): Host recognition and possible imprinting in the anemonefish Amphirion Melanopus (pisces: pomacentridae). Marine Ecology Progress Series 188, 207-218. Abstract

Balsby, T.J.S. & Dabelsteen, T. (1999): Comparison of song transmission capabilities in perched song and song flight in whitethroats Ukendt element. Advances in Ethology 34, 112-112.

* Bay, C., Philipp, M. & Strandberg, B. (1999): Karplanter. In: Grønlands Økologi. Atúakkiorfik, Nuuk, 239-257.

Dabelsteen, T., Gurings, D.D. & Morton, E.S. (1999): Animal vocal communication: A new approach. Ibis 141, 337-338. 

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

* Hansen, C.P.B. (1999): Normal behaviour of ranch mink with access to swimming water.
in: Nordic ISAE Winter Meeting, January 27-29, at Flämslätt, Sweden. 

* Hansen, C.P.B. (1999): Does access to water for swimming change the behaivour and reproduction in adult farm mink. in: NJF-seminar 308, 22-23 oktober, Reykjavik, Island.

Heller, K.E., Groth, J., Træholt, C. (1999): Behavioural responses to captivity stress in groups of wild-living water monitor lizards (Varanus salvator): an evolutionary approach. Mal. Nat. J. 53(4), 307-313. 

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

* Jeppesen, L.L., Pedersen V., Heller K.E. (1999): Rævetævers præference for forskellige helårsredekasser. i: Faglig årsberetning 1999, s. 43-46. Pelsdyrerhvervets forsøgs-og rådgivningsvirksomhed. København.

* Nachman, G. (1999): The effect of dispersal on the dynamics and persistence of an acarine predator-prey system in a patchy environment. Acarology IX Symposia, Ohio Biological Surveys, Columbus, Ohio, 175-184.

Nachman, G. & Heller, K.E. (1999): Fluctuating asymmetry as an index of fitness: Causality or statistical artifact? Oikos 86(2), 357-365.

Nordal, I., Yurtsev, B. & Philipp, M. (1999): The Dryas Workshop. Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I. Mat.-Naturv. Klasse Skrifter. Ny Serie 38, 345-350.

Otter, K., McGregor, P.K., Terry, A.M.R., Burford, F.R.L., Peake, T.M. & Dabelsteen, T. (1999): Do female great tits Ukendt element: assess extra-pair males by eavesdropping? A field study using interactive song playback. Proc. Roy. Lond. B 266, 1305-1310.

Philipp, M., Siegismund, H. & Weidema, I.R. (1999): Local differentiation and gene dispersal distances in a Danish population of Armeria maritima. Nordic Journal of Botany 19, 305-312. 

Siegismund, H. & Philipp, M. (1999): The genus Dryas on Svalbard: morphological and genetic evidence for a single species, Dryas octopetala. Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I. Mat.-Naturv. Klasse Skrifter. Ny Serie 38, 269-279.

Vestergaard, K., Bildsøe, M. (1999): Dustbathing in relation to early pecking experience in gamepheasabts (Phasianus colchinus). Actavet. Brno 68, 141-148. 

Vestergaard K.S., Damm, B.I., Abbott, U., Bildsøe, M. (1999): Regulation of dustbathing in feathered and featherless domestic chicks: The Lorenzian model revisited. Animal Behaviour 58(5), 1017-1025. Abstract

* Walde, S.J. & Nachman, G. (1999): Dynamics of spatially structured spider mite populations. Theoretical approaches to biological control, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 26.

Zemek, R. & Nachman, G. (1999): Interactions in a tritrophic acarine predator-prey metapopulation system: Prey location and distance moved by Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acari: Phytoseiidae). Experimental & Applied Acarology 23, 19.

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1998

* Bildsøe, M. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998): Song differences between three subspecies (Erithaeus r. rubecula, E.r. microrhyncas and E.r. superbus) of the robin: A statistical report. 55 s. Zoologisk Institut.

Bildsøe, M., Jensen I.B., Vestergaard K. (1998): Foraging behaviour of cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo in pound nets in Denmark: the use of barrel nets to reduce predation. Wildlife Biology 4(3), 129-135.

Dabelsteen, T., McGregor, P.K., Lampe, H., Langmore, N. & Holland, J. (1998): Quiet song in songbirds: an overlooked phenomenon. Bioacoustics 9, 88-106.

Hansen C.P.B., Jeppesen, L.L. (1998): Mink's behaviour with free access to water for swimming. in: Faglig Årsberetning 1998, s. 169-175. Pelsdyrerhvervets forsøgs- og rådgivningsvirksomhed. 

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

Nemeth, E., Winkler, H. & Dabelsteen, T. (1998): Die akustische Umwelt der Vögel in einem neotropichen Regenwald. Bielefelder Ökologische Beitrage 12, 173-173.

Philipp, M. (1998): Genetic variation in four species of Ukendt element: (Scrophulariaceae) wihin a limited area in West Greenland. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 30, 396-399. 

Skovgaard, K., Pedersen, V. & Jeppesen, L.L. (1998): The Preference for Differents types of floor in Silver Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and Blue Foxes (Alopex lagupus). Scientifur 22(2), 99-106.

Zemek, R. , Nachman, G. (1998): Interactions in a tritrophic acarine predatorprey metapopulation system: effects of Tetranychus urticae on the dispersal rates of Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acarina: Tetranychidae, Phytoseiidae). Experimental & Applied Acarology 22, 259-278.

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1997

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

Dabelsteen, T., McGregor, P., Holland, J., Tobias, J. & Pedersen, S. (1997): The signal function of overlapping singing in male robins (Erithacus rubecula). Animal Behaviour 53, 249-256.

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

Larsen, O., Dabelsteen, T. (1997): "The VIFA 1" Neodymnion Tweeter: A versatile speaker for playback experiments. Bioacoustics 8, 323-326.

Larsen, O., Dabelsteen, T., Pedersen, S., Bang-Møller, M. & Nogales, M. (1997): Competitive release of song in the Tenerifian robin, Erithacus rebecula superbus. Advances in Ethology 32, 117.

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

McGregor, P., Dabelsteen, T., Clark, C., Bower, J., Tavares, J. & Holland, J. (1997): An acoustic location system for the study of communication networks: Factors affecting location accuracy. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 9, 269-286.

Nachman, G. (1997): Foreword to the proceedings of the third international symposium on population dynamics of plant-inhabiting mites. Experimental and Applied Acarology 21, 323-324.

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

Philipp, M. (1997): Genetic diversity, breeding system, and population structure in Silene acaulis (Caryaphyllaceae) in West Greenland. Opera Botanica 132, 89-100. 

Skovgaard, K., Jeppesen, L.L. & Hansen, C. (1997): Would you like a swim, Madam Mink? Scientifur 21(7), 247-251.

Skovgaard, K., Jeppesen, L.L. & Hansen, C. (1997): The Effect of Swimming, Water and Cage Size on the Behaviour of Ranch Mink. Scientifur 21(7), 253-260.

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1996

* 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.

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.

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

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

* 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.

Weidema, I.  Siegismund, H.R. & Philipp, M. (1996): Isozyme variation within and among geographically isolated populations of Armeria maritima (Mill.) Willd.in Denmark. Hereditas 124, 121-129.

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Før 1996

Jensen, K.H., Pedersen, L.J., Hageisø, A.M.G., Heller, K.E., Jørgensen, E. & Ladewig, J. (1995): Intermittent stress in pigs: Behavioural and pituitary-adrenocortical reactivity. Acta Agic. Scand. 45(4), 276-85. Abstract

Bakken, M., Jeppesen, L.L. & Pedersen, V. (1994): Production Conditions, Behaviour and Welfare of Farm Foxes. Scientifur 18(4), 233-248.

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

* Dabelsteen, T. (1994): Solsortens sang som signal (doktordisputats). Akademisk Forlag A/S, København.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (1994): Velfærd hos farmræv. Naturens Verden 10, 337-344.

Dabelsteen, T., Larsen, O.N. & Pedersen, S.B. (1993): Habitat-induced degradation of sound signals: Quantifying the effects of communication sounds and bird location on blur ratio, excess attenuation, and signal-to-noise ratio in blackbird song. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 93, 2206-2220.

Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1993): Song-based species discrimination and behaviour assessment by female blackbirds, Turdus merula. Animal Behaviour 45, 759-771.

Hansen, C.P.B. (1993): Stereotypies in ranch mink: the effect of genes, litter size and neighbours. Behav Processes 29, 165-178. 

* Heller K.E. (1993): Scientific Aspects of Fur Farming. 12 s. IFTF, København. 

Jeppesen, L.L. & Pedersen, V. (1993): Daytime use of various types of whole-year shelters in farmed silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and blue foxes (Alopex lagopus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 36, 259-273.

Nachman, G., Skovgård, H., Tomkiewicz, J. & Münster-Swendsen, M. (1993): Sampling Strategies for assessing the overall density of the cassava green mite (Mononychellus tanajoa). Experimental and Applied Acarology 17, 5-28.

Skovgård, H., Tomkiewicz, J., Nachman, G. & Münster-Swendsen, M. (1993): The Effect of the cassava green mite Mononychellus tanajoa on the growth and yield of Cassava Manihot esculenta in a seasonally dry area in Kenya. Experimental and Applied Acarology 17, 41-58.

Skovgård, H., Tomkiewicz, J., Nachman, G. & Münster-Swendsen, M. (1993): The dynamics of the cassava green mite mononychellus tanajoa in a seasonally dry area in Kenya. Experimental and Applied Acarology 17, 59-76.

Tomkiewicz, J., Skovgård, H., Nachman, G. & Münster-Swendsen, M. (1993): A rapid and non-destructive method to assess leaf injury caused by the cassava green mite, Mononychellus tanajoa (Bondar) (Acarina: Tetranychidae). Experimental & Applied Acarology 17(1-2), 29-40.

* 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.

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

Dabelsteen, T. (1992): Hans Lind (Nekrolog). Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidsskr. 86, s. 182-183.

Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1992): Song features essential for species discrimination and behaviouer assessment by male blackbirds (Turdus merula). Behaviour 121(3-4), 259-287.

Jeppesen, L.L. & Pedersen, V. (1992): Correlation between levels of cortisol, behaviour and nest box use in silver fox vixens. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 9, 505-511.

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.

* 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.

Pedersen, V. & Jeppesen, L.L. (1992): Defecation Patterns in the cage and in various types of whole-year shelters in farmed silver foxes and blue foxes. Scientifur 16(4), 275-284. 

Bildsøe, M., Heller, K.E. & Jeppesen, L.L. (1991): Effects of immobility stress and food restriction on stereotypies in low and high stereotyping female ranch mink. Behavioural Processes 25, 179-189. Abstract

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

Dabelsteen, T. & Pedersen, S.B. (1991): Song and information about aggressive responses of blackbird, Turdus merula: evidence from interactive playback experiments with territory owners. Animal Behaviour 40, 1158-68.

Ebbesen, P., Villadsen, J.A., Villadsen, H.D., Heller, K.E. (1991): Effect of subordination, lack of social hierarchy, and restricted feeding on murine survival and virus leukemia. Experimental Gerontology 26, 479-486. Abstract

* Jeppesen, L.L. (1991): Helårskasser til ræv. Nordisk Jordbrugsforskning 73(1), 28-29.

* Jeppesen, L.L. (1991): Stereotypies and Stress in Mink. Scientifur 15(4), 336-37. 

* Jeppesen, L.L. (1991): Stereotypier of Stress hos mink. NJF-Rapport 70, 1-5. 

Jeppesen, L.L. & Pedersen, V. (1991): Effects of whole-year nest boxes on cortisol, circulating leukocytes, exploration, and agonistic behaviour in the silver foxes. Behavioural Processes 25, 171-177.

Jeppesen, L.L., Pedersen, V. & de Jonge, G. (1991). Verbetering van de bedrifsvoering en huisvesting in de vossenhouderij. De Pelsdierenhouderij 91(3), 80-83.

Nachman, G. (1991): An acarine predator-prey metapopulationsystem inhabiting greenhouse cucumbers. (Også trykt i: Metapopulation Dynamics: Empirical and Theoretical Investigations. M. Gilpin & I. Hanski, eds., London). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 42, 285-303.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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

* 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

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.

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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