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Ground-based full-sky imaging polarimetry of rapidly changing skies and its use for polarimetric cloud detection
G Horvath, A Barta, J Gál, B Suhai, O Haiman
Applied Optics 41 (3), 543-559, 2002
1272002
Why is it advantageous for animals to detect celestial polarization in the ultraviolet? Skylight polarization under clouds and canopies is strongest in the UV
A Barta, G Horváth
Journal of Theoretical Biology 226 (4), 429-437, 2004
1132004
Polarization of the moonlit clear night sky measured by full-sky imaging polarimetry at full moon: comparison of the polarization of moonlit and sunlit skies
J Gál, G Horváth, A Barta, R Wehner
Journal of Geophysical Research 106 (D19), 22647-22653, 2001
1092001
On the trail of Vikings with polarized skylight: experimental study of the atmospheric optical prerequisites allowing polarimetric navigation by Viking seafarers
G Horváth, A Barta, I Pomozi, B Suhai, R Hegedüs, S Ĺkesson, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
872011
Lamp-Lit Bridges as Dual Light-Traps for the Night-Swarming Mayfly, Ephoron virgo: Interaction of Polarized and Unpolarized Light Pollution
D Szaz, G Horvath, A Barta, BA Robertson, A Farkas
PLoS ONE 10 (3), e0121194, 2015
822015
First observation of the fourth neutral polarization point in the atmosphere
G Horváth, B Bernáth, B Suhai, A Barta, R Wehner
JOSA A 19 (10), 2085-2099, 2002
782002
How can horseflies be captured by solar panels? A new concept of tabanid traps using light polarization and electricity produced by photovoltaics
M Blahó, Á Egri, A Barta, G Antoni, G Kriska, G Horváth
Veterinary Parasitology 189 (2-4), 353-365, 2012
562012
A new tabanid trap applying a modified concept of the old flypaper: Linearly polarising sticky black surfaces as an effective tool to catch polarotactic horseflies
Á Egri, M Blahó, D Száz, A Barta, G Kriska, G Antoni, G Horváth
International Journal for Parasitology 43 (7), 555-563, 2013
512013
Experimental and theoretical study of skylight polarization transmitted through Snell's window of a flat water surface
S Sabbah, A Barta, J Gál, G Horváth, N Shashar
JOSA A 23 (8), 1978-1988, 2006
492006
Why do horseflies need polarization vision for host detection? Polarization helps tabanid flies to select sunlit dark host animals from the dark patches of the visual environment
G Horváth, T Szörényi, Á Pereszlényi, B Gerics, R Hegedüs, A Barta, ...
Royal Society Open Science 4 (11), 170735, 2017
432017
Polarized light pollution of matte solar panels: anti-reflective photovoltaics reduce polarized light pollution but benefit only some aquatic insects
D Száz, D Mihályi, A Farkas, Á Egri, A Barta, G Kriska, B Robertson, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 20 (4), 663-675, 2016
432016
Polarization transition between sunlit and moonlit skies with possible implications for animal orientation and Viking navigation: anomalous celestial twilight polarization at …
A Barta, A Farkas, D Száz, Á Egri, P Barta, J Kovács, B Csák, I Jankovics, ...
Applied Optics 53 (23), 5193-5204, 2014
422014
The effect of weather variables on the flight activity of horseflies (Diptera: Tabanidae) in the continental climate of Hungary
T Herczeg, D Száz, M Blahó, A Barta, M Gyurkovszky, R Farkas, ...
Parasitology Research 114 (3), 1087-1097, 2015
412015
Polarization of the Sky
G Horváth, A Barta, R Hegedüs
Polarized Light and Polarization Vision in Animal Sciences 2, 367-406, 2014
382014
Psychophysical study of the visual sun location in pictures of cloudy and twilight skies inspired by Viking navigation
A Barta, G Horváth, VB Meyer-Rochow
JOSA A 22 (6), 1023-1034, 2005
382005
Imaging polarimetry of forest canopies: how the azimuth direction of the sun, occluded by vegetation, can be assessed from the polarization pattern of the sunlit foliage
R Hegedüs, A Barta, B Bernáth, VB Meyer-Rochow, G Horváth
Applied Optics 46 (23), 6019-6032, 2007
372007
Celestial mechanics and polarization optics of the Kordylewski dust cloud in the Earth–Moon Lagrange point L5–I. Three-dimensional celestial mechanical modelling of dust cloud …
J Slíz-Balogh, A Barta, G Horváth
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 480 (4), 5550-5559, 2018
342018
Celestial mechanics and polarization optics of the Kordylewski dust cloud in the Earth–Moon Lagrange point L5–I. Three-dimensional celestial mechanical modelling of dust cloud …
J Slíz-Balogh, A Barta, G Horváth
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 480 (4), 5550-5559, 2018
342018
Experimental evidence that stripes do not cool zebras
G Horváth, Á Pereszlényi, D Száz, A Barta, IM Jánosi, B Gerics, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 9351, 2018
322018
Celestial mechanics and polarization optics of the Kordylewski dust cloud in the Earth–Moon Lagrange point L5–Part II. Imaging polarimetric observation: new evidence for the …
J Slíz-Balogh, A Barta, G Horváth
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 482 (1), 762-770, 2019
292019
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