Martina Scacco
Martina Scacco
Postdoc researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior and University of Konstanz
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Field validation of radar systems for monitoring bird migration
C Nilsson, AM Dokter, B Schmid, M Scacco, L Verlinden, J Bäckman, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (6), 2552-2564, 2018
Environmental effects on flying migrants revealed by radar
P Becciu, MHM Menz, A Aurbach, SA Cabrera‐Cruz, CE Wainwright, ...
Ecography 42 (5), 942-955, 2019
Static landscape features predict uplift locations for soaring birds across Europe
M Scacco, A Flack, O Duriez, M Wikelski, K Safi
Royal Society Open Science 6 (1), 181440, 2019
Bats use topography and nocturnal updrafts to fly high and fast
MT O’Mara, F Amorim, M Scacco, GF McCracken, K Safi, V Mata, R Tomé, ...
Current Biology 31 (6), 1311-1316. e4, 2021
Individual tracking reveals long-distance flight-path control in a nocturnally migrating moth
MHM Menz, M Scacco, HM Bürki-Spycher, HJ Williams, DR Reynolds, ...
Science 377 (6607), 764-768, 2022
Wing tags severely impair movement in African Cape Vulture
T Curk, M Scacco, K Safi, M Wikelski, W Fiedler, R Kemp, K Wolter
Animal Biotelemetry 9 (11), 2021
The species-specificity of energy landscapes for soaring birds, and its consequences for transferring suitability models across species
M Scacco, E Arrondo, JA Donázar, A Flack, JA Sánchez-Zapata, O Duriez, ...
Landscape Ecology 38 (1), 239-252, 2023
Hypatia-trackRadar: A software for animal tracking using marine surveillance radars
S Capotosti, M Scacco, L Nelli, G Dell'Omo, M Panuccio
Ecological informatics 53, 100972, 2019
Effect of harness design for tag attachment on the flight performance of five soaring species
A Longarini, O Duriez, E Shepard, K Safi, M Wikelski, M Scacco
Movement Ecology 11 (1), 39, 2023
Environmental and social correlates, and energetic consequences of fitness maximisation on different migratory behaviours in a long-lived scavenger
J Morant, M Scacco, K Safi, JMA Gómez, T Álvarez, Á Sánchez, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76 (8), 111, 2022
Small-scale migratory behavior of three facultative soaring raptors approaching a water body: a radar study investigating the effect of weather, topography and flock size
G Chiatante, M Panuccio, A Pastorino, G Dell’Omo, M Scacco, N Agostini
Journal of Ethology 41 (1), 47-57, 2023
Lo Stretto di Messina: nuovi orizzonti sulla migrazione diurna e notturna tra Europa e Africa
M Panuccio, M Scacco, A Pastorino, G Chiatante, J ROMAN, M Cento, ...
Tichodroma 6, 24, 2017
Combined manual and automatic video tracking of bird movements with a surveillance radar
S Capotosti, M Scacco
Proceedings I International Conference: Radar Aeroecology, Applications and …, 2017
The use of social information in vulture flight decisions
Y Sassi, B Nouzières, M Scacco, Y Tremblay, O Duriez, B Robira
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 291 (2018), 20231729, 2024
Time series enable the characterization of small‐scale vegetation dynamics that influence fine‐scale animal behavior–an example from white storks' foraging behavior
I Standfuß, C Geiß, R Nathan, S Rotics, M Scacco, G Kerr, H Taubenböck
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 8 (3), 391-408, 2022
European free-tailed bats use wind regimes to fly high and fast
MT O'Mara, F Amorim, M Scacco, GF Mccracken, K Safi, V Mata, R Tome, ...
Experience transforms animals’ perspective of the energy landscape
E Nourani, L Faure, H Brønnvik, M Scacco, E Bassi, W Fiedler, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.09. 07.556633, 2023
Gaining proficiency in flight transforms energy landscapes during ontogeny
E Nourani, L Faure, H Bronnvik, M Scacco, E Bassi, W Fiedler, ...
Effect of tag attachment on the flight performance of five raptor species
A Longarini, O Duriez, E Shepard, K Safi, M Wikelski, M Scacco
bioRxiv, 2021.09. 15.460505, 2021
On the role of topography and atmospheric conditions to support efficient movement: How flying animals use the energy in the landscape to travel efficiently
M Scacco
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