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  • Katrin Ludynia, Nina Dehnhard, Maud Poisbleau, Laurent Demongin, Juan F Masello, Petra Quillfeldt
  • Biology, Medicine
  • PloS one
  • 2012 (First Publication: 21 November 2012)
  • Logger technology has revolutionised our knowledge of the behaviour and physiology of free-living animals but handling and logger attachments may have negative effects on the behaviour of the animalsContinue Reading
  • Nina Dehnhard, Maud Poisbleau, Laurent Demongin, Katrin Ludynia, Petra Quillfeldt
  • Biology
  • 2014 (First Publication: 1 July 2014)
  • Juvenile survival is an important demographic parameter. Southern Rockhopper Penguins Eudyptes chrysocome have undergone a dramatic population decline in the past century across their distribution,Continue Reading
  • Petra Quillfeldt, Klemens Ekschmitt, +4 authors Juan F Masello
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Rapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM
  • 2015 (First Publication: 15 April 2015)
  • RATIONALE 1In shelf and coastal ecosystems, planktonic and benthic trophic pathways differ in their carbon stable isotope ratios (δ(13)C values) and nitrogen stable isotope ratios (δ(15)N values) andContinue Reading
  • Nina Dehnhard, Christian Claus Voigt, Maud Poisbleau, Laurent Demongin, Petra Quillfeldt
  • Biology
  • Polar Biology
  • 2011 (First Publication: 1 November 2011)
  • Southern rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome) have experienced severe population declines across their distribution area, potentially in response to bottom-up effects followingContinue Reading
  • Nina Dehnhard, Katrin Ludynia, Maud Poisbleau, Laurent Demongin, Petra Quillfeldt
  • Biology, Medicine
  • PloS one
  • 2013 (First Publication: 13 November 2013)
  • Due to their restricted foraging range, flightless seabirds are ideal models to study the short-term variability in foraging success in response to environmentally driven food availability. Wind canContinue Reading