Åke Lindström
Åke Lindström
Professor in Animal Ecology, Lund University, Sweden
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei biol.lu.se
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
Optimal bird migration: the relative importance of time, energy, and safety
T Alerstam, Å Lindström
Bird migration, 331-351, 1990
Rapid reversible changes in organ size as a component of adaptive behaviour
T Piersma, Å Lindström
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 12 (4), 134-138, 1997
Differences in the climatic debts of birds and butterflies at a continental scale
V Devictor, C Van Swaay, T Brereton, L Brotons, D Chamberlain, J Heliölä, ...
Nature climate change 2 (2), 121-124, 2012
The energetic cost of feather synthesis is proportional to basal metabolic rate
Å Lindström, GH Visser, S Daan
Physiological Zoology 66 (4), 490-510, 1993
Mass changes in migrating birds: the evidence for fat and protein storage re‐examined
Ibis 135 (1), 70-78, 1993
Optimal fat loads in migrating birds: a test of the time-minimization hypothesis
A Lindstrom, T Alerstam
The American Naturalist 140 (3), 477-491, 1992
Arctic waders are not capital breeders
M Klaassen, Å Lindström, H Meltofte, T Piersma
Nature 413 (6858), 794-794, 2001
Optimal fat loads and long‐distance flights by migrating Knots Calidris canutus, Sanderlings C. alba and Turnstones Arenaria interpres
GA GUDMUNDSSON, Å Lindström, T Alerstam
Ibis 133 (2), 140-152, 1991
Carrying large fuel loads during sustained bird flight is cheaper than expected
A Kvist, Å Lindström, M Green, T Piersma, GH Visser
Nature 413 (6857), 730-732, 2001
Wingbeat frequency and the body drag anomaly: wind-tunnel observations on a thrush nightingale (Luscinia luscinia) and a teal (Anas crecca)
CJ Pennycuick, M Klaassen, A Kvist, Å Lindström
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (12), 2757-2765, 1996
Population trends of farmland birds in Sweden and England: similar trends but different patterns of agricultural intensification
J Wretenberg, Å Lindström, S Svensson, T Thierfelder, T Pärt
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (6), 1110-1120, 2006
Finch flock size and risk of hawk predation at a migratory stopover site
Å Lindström
The Auk 106 (2), 225-232, 1989
Migrating shorebirds as integrative sentinels of global environmental change
T Piersma, Å Lindström
Ibis 146, 61-69, 2004
Avian pectoral muscle size rapidly tracks body mass changes during flight, fasting and fuelling
A Lindstrom, A Kvist, T Piersma, A Dekinga, MW Dietz
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (5), 913-919, 2000
Maximum fat deposition rates in migrating birds
Å Lindström
Ornis Scandinavica, 12-19, 1991
Consistent response of bird populations to climate change on two continents
PA Stephens, LR Mason, RE Green, RD Gregory, JR Sauer, J Alison, ...
Science 352 (6281), 84-87, 2016
More and more generalists: two decades of changes in the European avifauna
I Le Viol, F Jiguet, L Brotons, S Herrando, Å Lindström, ...
Biology letters 8 (5), 780-782, 2012
Bird population trends are linearly affected by climate change along species thermal ranges
F Jiguet, V Devictor, R Ottvall, C Van Turnhout, H Van der Jeugd, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1700), 3601-3608, 2010
Timing of spring migration in birds: long‐term trends, North Atlantic Oscillation and the significance of different migration routes
M Stervander, Å Lindström, N Jonzén, A Andersson
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (3), 210-221, 2005
Linking agricultural policies to population trends of Swedish farmland birds in different agricultural regions
J Wretenberg, Å Lindström, S Svensson, T Pärt
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (5), 933-941, 2007
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20