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Mechanisms of long-distance seed dispersal
R Nathan, FM Schurr, O Spiegel, O Steinitz, A Trakhtenbrot, A Tsoar
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (11), 638-647, 2008
6022008
Trends and missing parts in the study of movement ecology
M Holyoak, R Casagrandi, R Nathan, E Revilla, O Spiegel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (49), 19060-19065, 2008
2732008
Using tri-axial acceleration data to identify behavioral modes of free-ranging animals: general concepts and tools illustrated for griffon vultures
R Nathan, O Spiegel, S Fortmann-Roe, R Harel, M Wikelski, WM Getz
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (6), 986-996, 2012
2542012
Management of plant invasions mediated by frugivore interactions
YM Buckley, S Anderson, CP Catterall, RT Corlett, T Engel, CR Gosper, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 848-857, 2006
2122006
Incorporating dispersal distance into the disperser effectiveness framework: frugivorous birds provide complementary dispersal to plants in a patchy environment
O Spiegel, R Nathan
Ecology letters 10 (8), 718-728, 2007
2112007
Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
MA Tucker, K Böhning-Gaese, WF Fagan, JM Fryxell, B Van Moorter, ...
Science 359 (6374), 466-469, 2018
2102018
What's your move? Movement as a link between personality and spatial dynamics in animal populations
O Spiegel, ST Leu, CM Bull, A Sih
Ecology Letters 20 (1), 3-18, 2017
1122017
From individuals to groups and back: the evolutionary implications of group phenotypic composition
DR Farine, PO Montiglio, O Spiegel
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (10), 609-621, 2015
1082015
AcceleRater: a web application for supervised learning of behavioral modes from acceleration measurements
YS Resheff, S Rotics, R Harel, O Spiegel, R Nathan
Movement ecology 2 (1), 27, 2014
632014
Incorporating density dependence into the directed‐dispersal hypothesis
O Spiegel, R Nathan
Ecology 91 (5), 1538-1548, 2010
542010
Factors influencing foraging search efficiency: why do scarce lappet-faced vultures outperform ubiquitous white-backed vultures?
O Spiegel, WM Getz, R Nathan
The American Naturalist 181 (5), E102-E115, 2013
512013
Empirical evaluation of directed dispersal and density‐dependent effects across successive recruitment phases
O Spiegel, R Nathan
Journal of Ecology 100 (2), 392-404, 2012
502012
Mixed strategies of griffon vultures’(Gyps fulvus) response to food deprivation lead to a hump-shaped movement pattern
O Spiegel, R Harel, WM Getz, R Nathan
Movement ecology 1 (1), 5, 2013
492013
Context‐dependent flight speed: evidence for energetically optimal flight speed in the bat Pipistrellus kuhlii?
U Grodzinski, O Spiegel, C Korine, MW Holderied
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (3), 540-548, 2009
462009
Socially interacting or indifferent neighbours? Randomization of movement paths to tease apart social preference and spatial constraints
O Spiegel, ST Leu, A Sih, CM Bull
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (8), 971-979, 2016
432016
When the going gets tough: behavioural type-dependent space use in the sleepy lizard changes as the season dries
O Spiegel, ST Leu, A Sih, SS Godfrey, CM Bull
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1819), 20151768, 2015
392015
Fleshy-fruited plants and frugivores in desert ecosystems
JL Bronstein, I Izhaki, R Nathan, JJ Tewksbury, O Spiegel, A Lotan, ...
Seed dispersal: theory and its application in a changing world, 148-177, 2007
332007
Long‐distance seed dispersal
FM Schurr, O Spiegel, O Steinitz, A Trakhtenbrot, A Tsoar, R Nathan
Annual Plant Reviews online, 204-237, 2018
312018
Decision-making by a soaring bird: time, energy and risk considerations at different spatio-temporal scales
R Harel, O Duriez, O Spiegel, J Fluhr, N Horvitz, WM Getz, W Bouten, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
292016
Going through the motions: incorporating movement analyses into disease research
ER Dougherty, DP Seidel, CJ Carlson, O Spiegel, WM Getz
Ecology Letters, 2018
282018
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