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List of publications Marcel E. Visser
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1990 - 2000
van Alphen J.J.M. & M.E. Visser 1990. Superparasitism as an adaptive
strategy for insect parasitoids. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 35:59-79.
Bakker K., Ph. Peulet & M.E. Visser 1990. The ability to distinguish
between hosts containing different numbers of parasitoid eggs by the solitary
parasitoid Leptopilina heterotoma (Thompson) (Hym.,Cynip.). Neth. J. Zool.
Visser M.E., J.J.M. van Alphen & H.W. Nell 1990. Adaptive superparasitism
and patch time allocation in solitary parasitoids; the influence of the number of
parasitoids depleting a patch. Behaviour 114:21-36.
Haccou P., S.J. de Vlas, J.J.M. van Alphen & M.E. Visser 1991. Information
processing by foragers: effects of intra-patch experience on the leaving tendency
of Leptopilina heterotoma. J. Anim. Ecol. 60:93-106.
Visser M.E. 1991. Prey selection by predators depleting a patch; an ESS
model. Neth. J.Zool. 41:63-79.
Visser M.E. & G. Driessen 1991.
parasitoids. Neth. J. Zool. 41:214-227.
Visser M.E. & M.J. Sjerps 1991. Optimal diet in depletable patches, a
comparison of two papers. Oikos 62:80-82.
van Alphen J.J.M., M.E. Visser & H.W. Nell 1992. Adaptive superparasitism
and patch time allocation in solitary parasitoids: searching in groups versus
sequential patch visits. Funct. Ecol. 6:528-535.
Visser M.E., J.J.M. van Alphen & L. Hemerik 1992. Adaptive
superparasitism and patch time allocation in solitary parasitoids: an ESS model.
J. Anim. Ecol. 61:93-101.
Visser M.E., J.J.M. van Alphen & H.W. Nell 1992. Adaptive superparasitism
and patch time allocation in solitary parasitoids: the influence of pre-patch
experience. Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 31:163-171.
Visser M.E., B. Luyckx, H.W. Nell & G.J.F. Boskamp 1992. Adaptive
superparasitism in solitary parasitoids: marking of parasitized hosts in relation to
the pay-off from superparasitism. Ecol. Entom. 17:76-82.
Driessen G. & M.E. Visser 1993. The influence of adaptive foraging
decisions on spatial heterogeneity and parasitoid population efficiency. Oikos
Visser M.E. 1993. Adaptive self- and conspecific superparasitism in the
solitary parasitoid Leptopilina heterotoma. Behav. Ecol. 4:22-28
Visser M.E. 1994. The importance of being large: the relationship between
size and fitness in females of the parasitoid Aphaereta minuta (Hymenoptera:
Braconidae). J. Anim. Ecol. 63:963-987.
Visser M.E. 1995. The effect of competition on oviposition decisions of
Leptopilina heterotoma (Hymenoptera: Eucoilidae). Anim. Behav. 49:1677-1687.
Visser M.E. 1996. The influence of competition between foragers on clutch
size decisions in an insect parasitoid with scramble larval competition. Behav.
Ecol. 7:109-114.
Driessen G. & M.E. Visser 1997. Components of parasitoid interference.
Oikos 79:179-182.
Visser M.E. & J.A. Rosenheim 1998.The influence of competition between
foragers on clutch size decisions in insect parasitoids. Biological Control 11:169174.
Verboven N. & M.E. Visser 1998 Seasonal variation in local recruitment of
great tits: the importance of being early. Oikos 81: 511-524.
Visser M.E., A.J. van Noordwijk, J. M. Tinbergen & C. M. Lessells 1998.
Warmer springs lead to mis-timed reproduction in Great Tits (Parus major). Proc.
R. Soc. Lond. B. 265: 1867-1870.
Visser M.E., T.H. Jones & G. Driessen 1999 Interference among insect
parasitoids: a multi-patch experiment. J. Anim. Ecol. 68: 108-120.
Visser M.E. & N. Verboven 1999. Long-term fitness effects of fledging date
in the Great Tit. Oikos 85: 445-450.
Both C., M.E. Visser & N. Verboven 1999. Density dependent recruitment
rates in great tits: the importance of being heavier Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 266:
Perdeck A.C., M.E. Visser & J.H. van Balen 2000. Great Tit survival and the
beech-crop cycle. Ardea 88:99-106.
Lambrechts M.M., M.E. Visser & N. Verboven 2000. Consequences of
dispersal for the quantitative study of adaptation in small-scale plots: a case
study of an avian island population Ecography 23:525-530.
Both C., J.M. Tinbergen & M.E. Visser 2000. Adaptive density dependence
of avian clutch size. Ecology 81: 3391-3403.
Both C. & M.E. Visser 2000. Density, territory size and reproductive
success; an experimental study on great tits. J. Anim. Ecol. 69: 1021-1030.
Visser M.E. & L.J.M Holleman 2001. Warmer springs disrupt the synchrony
of Oak and Winter Moth phenology. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 268: 289-294.
Both C. & M.E. Visser 2001. Adjustment to climate change is constrained
by arrival date in a long distance migrant bird. Nature 411: 296-298.
Visser M.E. & C. M. Lessells 2001. The costs of egg production and
incubation in the Great Tit. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B.: 268: 1271-1277.
Grieco F., A.J. van Noordwijk & M.E. Visser 2002 Evidence for the effect of
learning on timing of reproduction in Blue Tits. Science 296: 136-138.
Visser M.E., B. Silverin, M.M. Lambrechts & J.M. Tinbergen 2002 No
evidence for tree phenology as a cue for the timing of reproduction in tits Parus
spp. Avian Science 2: 77-86.
Sæther B.-E, S. Engen, R.. Lande,,C. Both. & M.E. Visser 2002. Density
dependence and stochastic variation in a newly established population of a small
songbird. Oikos 99:331-337.
Mols C.M.M. & M.E. Visser 2002. Great tits can reduce caterpillar damage
in apple orchards. J. Appl. Ecol. 39: 888-899.
Vet L.E.M., L. Hemerik, M.E. Visser & F.L. Wäckers 2002. Flexibility in
host-search and patch-use strategies of insect parasitoids. In E.E. Lewis, J.F.
Cambell & M.V.K. Sukhdeo, editors. The behavioural ecology of parasites, 39-64.
CAB International, Wallingford, UK.
Visser M.E., F. Adriaensen, J.H. van Balen, J. Blondel, A.A. Dhondt, S. van
Dongen, C. du Feu, E.V. Ivankina, A.B. Kerimov, J. de Laet, E. Matthysen, R.
McCleery, M. Orell & D.L. Thomson 2003. Variable responses to large-scale
climate change in European Parus populations. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 270: 367372.
Both C. & M.E. Visser 2003. Density dependence, territoriality and
divisibility of resources: from optimality models to population processes. Am. Nat.
161: 326-336.
Saether B.-E., S. Engen, A. P. Møller, E. Matthysen, F. Adriaensen, W.
Fiedler, A. Leivits, M. M. Lambrechts, M.E. Visser, T. Anker-Nilssen, B. C., A.
Dhondt, R. H. McCleery, J. McMeeking, J. Potti, O. W. Røstad, and D. Thomson
2003 Climate variation and regional gradients in population dynamics of two hole
nesting passerines. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 270:2397-2404
Mols C.M.M., K. van Oers, L.M.A. Witjes, C.M. Lessells, P.J. Drent & M.E.
Visser 2004. Central assumptions of predator-prey models fail in a semi-natural
experimental system. Biol. Letters Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B (Suppl.) 271: S85–S87.
Both C., A.V. Artemyev, B. Blaauw, R.J. Cowie, A.J. Dekhuizen, T. Eeva, A.
Enemar, L. Gustafsson, E.V. Ivankina, A. Järvinen, N.B. Metcalfe, N.E.I. Nyholm,
J. Potti, P.-A. Ravussin, J.J. Sanz, B. Silverin, F.M. Slater, L.V. Sokolov, J. Török,
W. Winkel, J. Wright, H. Zang & M.E. Visser 2004. Large-scale geographical
variation confirms that climate change causes birds to lay earlier. Proc. R. Soc.
Lond. 271: 1657-1662.
Sæther B.E., S. Engen, A.P. Møller, H. Weimerskirch, M.E. Visser, W.
Fiedler, E. Matthysen, M. M. Lambrechts, R. Freckleton, A. Badyaev, P.H. Becker,
J.E. Brommer, D. Bukacinski, M. Bukacinska, H. Christensen, J. Dickinson, C. du
Feu, F.R. Gehlbach, D. Heg, H. Hötker, J. Merilä, J. Tottrup Nielsen, W. Rendell,
D. Thomson, J. Török & P. Van Hecke 2004. Life history variation predicts
stochastic effects on avian population dynamics. Am. Nat. 164: 793–802.
Visser M.E., Both, C. & M.M. Lambrechts 2004. Global climate change
leads to mistimed avian reproduction. Advances in Ecological Research 35: 89110
Sæther B.E., S. Engen, A.P. Møller, M.E. Visser, E. Matthysen, W. Fiedler,
R. Freckleton, M.M. Lambrechts, P.H. Becker, J. Brommer, J. Dickinson, F.R.
Gehlbach, J. Merilä, W. Rendell, D. Thomson & J. Török. 2005 Time to extinction
of bird populations Ecology 86: 693-700.
Gienapp, P., L. Hemerik & M.E. Visser, 2005 A new statistical tool to
predict phenology under climate change scenarios. Global Change Biology 11:
Sæther B.E., R. Lande, S. Engen, H. Weimerskirch, M. Lillegard, R.
Altwegg, P.H. Becker, T. Bregnballe, J.E. Brommer, R.H. McCleery, J. Merila, E.
Nyholm, W. Rendell, R.R. Robertson, P. Tryjanowski & M.E. Visser 2005
Generation time and temporal scaling of bird population dynamics. Nature 436:
Both, C, Bijlsma, RG, Visser, ME 2005 Climatic effects on timing of spring
migration and breeding in a long-distance migrant, the pied flycatcher Ficedula
hypoleuca. J. Avian Biol. 36:368-373.
Both C, Visser ME 2005 The effect of climate change on the correlation
between avian life history traits. Global Change Biology 11: 1606-1613.
Nussey, D.H., E. Postma, P. Gienapp & M.E. Visser 2005 Selection on
heritable phenotypic plasticity in a wild bird population Science 310: 304-306.
Visser, M.E. & C. Both 2005 Shifts in phenology due to global climate
change: the need for a yardstick. Proc R Soc B 272: 2561 – 2569
Mols, C.M.M., A. van Noordwijk & M.E. Visser, 2005 Assessing the
reduction of caterpillar numbers by Great Tits Parus major breeding in apple
orchards. Ardea 93: 259-269
Visser M.E., L.J.M. Holleman & P. Gienapp 2006 Shifts in caterpillar
biomass phenology due to climate change and its impact on the breeding biology
of an insectivorous bird. Oecologia 147: 164–172
Gienapp, P. & M.E. Visser 2006 Possible fitness consequences of
experimentally advanced laying dates in great tits: differences between
populations in different habitats Funct Ecol 20: 180-185
Both, C., S. Bouwhuis, C.M. Lessells & M.E. Visser 2006 Climate change
and population declines in a long-distance migratory bird. Nature 441: 81-83
Klok, C., R. Holtkamp, R. van Apeldoorn, M.E. Visser & L. Hemerik 2006
Analysing population numbers of the house sparrow in the Netherlands with a
matrix model and suggestions for conservation measures Acta Biotheoretica 54:
Gienapp, P., E. Postma & M.E. Visser 2006 Why breeding time has not yet
responded to selection for earlier breeding in a songbird population. Evolution 60:
Both C., J. J. Sanz, A. A. Artemyev, B. Blaauw, R. J. Cowie, A. J.
Dekhuijzen, A. Enemar, A. Järvinen, N. E. I. Nyholm, J. Potti, P.-A. Ravussin, B.
Silverin, F. M. Slater, L. V. Sokolov, M.E. Visser, W. Winkel, J. Wright & H. Zang
2006. Pied flycatchers travelling from Africa to breed in Europe: differential
effects of winter and migration conditions on breeding date. Ardea 94: 511-525
van Asch, M., P.H. van Tienderen, L.J.M. Holleman & M.E. Visser 2007
Predicting adaptation of phenology in response to climate change, an insect
herbivore example Global Change Biology 13, 1596–1604.
van Asch, M. & M.E. Visser 2007 Phenology of forest caterpillars and their
host trees: the importance of synchrony. Ann Rev Entomol 52: 37-55
Sæther, B-E, S. Engen, V. Grøtan. W. Fiedler, E. Matthysen, M.E. Visser,
J. Wright, A.P. Møller, F. Adriaensen, H. van Balen, D. Balmer, M.C. Mainwaring,
R.H. McCleery, M. Pampus & W. Winkel 2007 The extended Moran effect and
large-scale synchronous fluctuations in the size of great tit and blue tit
populations J. Anim. Ecol. 76: 315-325
Mols, C.M.M. & M.E. Visser 2007 Great Tits (Parus major) reduce
caterpillar damage in commercial apple orchards. PLoS ONE 2: e202.
Wingfield, J. C., M.E. Visser & T.D. Williams 2008 Integration of ecology
and endocrinology in avian reproduction: a new synthesis. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B.
363: 1581-1588
Visser, M.E. 2008 Keeping up with a warming world; assessing the rate of
adaptation to climate change. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 275: 649-659
Sæther, B.E., S. Engen, V. Grøtan, T. Bregnballe, C. Both, P. Tryjanowski,
A. Leivits, J. Wright, A.P. Møller, M.E. Visser & W. Winkel 2008 Forms of density
regulation and (quasi-) stationary distributions of population sizes in birds. Oikos
117: 1197-1208
Both, C., M. van Asch, R.G. Bijlsma, A.B. van den Burg & M.E. Visser 2009
Climate change and unequal phenological changes across four trophic levels:
constraints or adaptations? J. Anim. Ecol. 78: 73-83
Robinson, R.A., H.Q.P. Crick, J.A. Learmonth, I.M. D. Maclean, C.D.
Thomas, F. Bairlein, M.C. Forchhammer, C.M. Francis, J.A. Gill, B.J. Godley, J.
Harwood, G.C. Hays, B. Huntley, A.M. Hutson, G.J. Pierce, M.M. Rehfisch, D.W.
Sims, M. Begoña Santos, T.H. Sparks, D.A. Stroud & M.E. Visser 2009 Travelling
through a warming world: climate change and migratory species Endangered
Species Research 7:87-99
Grøtan, V., B.E. Sæther, S. Engen, J.H. van Balen, A.C. Perdeck & M.E.
Visser 2009 Spatial and temporal variation in the relative contribution of density
dependence, climate variation and migration to fluctuations in the size of great tit
populations. J. Anim. Ecol. 78, 447–459
van den Steen, E., R. Pinxten, V.L.B. Jaspers, A. Covaci, E. Barba, C.
Carere, M. Cichoń, A. Dubiec, T. Eeva, P. Heeb, B. Kempenaers, J.T. Lifjeld, T.
Lubjuhn, R. Mänd, B. Massa, J.Å. Nilsson, A.C. Norte, M. Orell, P. Podzemny, J. J.
Sanz, J.Carlos, J.J. Soler Senar, A. Sorace, J. Török, M.E. Visser, W. Winkel & M.
Eens 2009 Brominated flame retardants and organochlorines in the European
environment using great tit eggs as a biomonitoring tool. Environment
International 35: 310-317
Visser, M.E., A.C. Perdeck, J.H. van Balen & C. Both 2009 Climate change
leads to decreasing bird migration distances Global Change Biology 15, 1859–
Husby, A., L.E.B. Kruuk & M.E. Visser 2009 Decline in the frequency and
benefits of multiple brooding in great tits as a consequence of a changing
environment. Proc R Soc Lond B 276, 1845-1854
Visser, M.E., L.J.M. Holleman & S.P. Caro 2009 Temperature has a causal
effect on avian timing of reproduction. Proc R Soc Lond B 276, 2323-2331
Caro, S.P. & M.E. Visser 2009 Temperature induced elevation of basal
metabolic rate does not affect testis growth in great tits. J. Exp. Biol. 212, 19951999
Visser, M.E. & J.J. Sanz 2009 Solar activity affects avian timing of
reproduction. Biol Lett 5, 739–742
van Bers, N.E.M., K. van Oers, H.H.D. Kerstens, B.W. Dibbits, R.P.M.A.
Crooijmans, M.E. Visser & M.A.M. Groenen 2010 Genome-wide SNP detection in
the great tit Parus major using high throughput sequencing Molecular Ecology 19
(Suppl. 1), 89–99
Veen, T., B.C. Sheldon, F.J. Weissing, M.E. Visser, A. Qvarnström, G-P.
Sætre 2010 Temporal differences in food abundance promotes coexistence
between two congeneric passerines. Oecologia 162: 873-884
Atiénzar, F., M.E. Visser, J.L. Greño, L.J.M. Holleman, E.J. Belda & E.
Barba 2010 Within and across forest effects on breeding success in Mediterranean
great tits. Ardea 98: 77-89
Van der Putten, W.H., M. Macel & M.E. Visser 2010 Predicting species
distributions under global change: why it is essential to include biotic interactions
across trophic levels. Philosophical Transactions B 365: 2025-2034
Husby, A., D.H. Nussey, M.E. Visser, A.J. Wilson, B.C. Sheldon & L. E. B.
Kruuk 2010 Contrasting patterns of phenotypic plasticity in reproductive traits in
two great tit populations. Evolution 64: 2221–2237
Visser, M.E., S.P. Caro, K. van Oers, S.V. Schaper & B. Helm 2010
Phenology, seasonal timing and circannual rhythms: towards a unified
framework. Philosophical Transactions B 365: 3113-3127.
Naguib, M. A. Kazek, S.V. Schaper, K. van Oers & M.E. Visser 2010
Singing activity reveals personality in great tits. Ethology Ethology 116: 763–769.
van Asch, M., R. Julkunen-Tiito, & M.E. Visser 2010 Maternal effects in an
insect herbivore as a mechanism to adapt to host plant phenology. Funct. Ecol.
24: 1103–1109
Helm, B. & M.E. Visser 2010 Heritable circadian period length in a wild bird
population Proc R Soc B 277: 3335-3342
Bouwhuis, S. A.J. van Noordwijk, B.C. Sheldon, S. Verhulst & M.E. Visser
2010 Similar patterns of age-specific reproduction in an island and mainland
population of great tits, Parus major J. Avian Biol. 41: 615-620
Eeva, T., S. Ruuskanen, J.-P.Salminen, E. Belskii, A. Järvinen, A. Kerimov,
E. Korpimäki, I. Krams, J. Moreno, C. Morosinotto, R. Mänd, M. Orell, A.
Qvarnström, H. Siitari, F.M. Slater, V. Tilgar, M.E. Visser, W. Winkel, H. Zang & T.
Laaksonen 2011 Geographical trends in the yolk carotenoid composition of the
pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca) Oecologia 165:277–287
Husby, A., M.E. Visser & L.E.B. Kruuk 2011 Speeding up micro-evolution:
annual strength of selection and heritability are positively associated in a wild bird
population. PLoS Biology 9: e1000585
De Vries, H.H., S.H. Ens, G. de Graaf, L. Teunissen, R. van der Velde, L.
Vogelaar, A. Winterink & M.E. Visser 2011 Synchronization of egg hatching date
of brown hairstreak (Thecla betulae) and budburst of blackthorn (Prunus spinosa)
in a warmer future. J. Insect Conserv. 15: 311-319
Visser, M.E., S.V. Schaper, L.J.M. Holleman, A. Dawson, P. Sharp, P.
Gienapp & S.P. Caro 2011 Genetic variation in cue sensitivity involved in avian
timing of reproduction. Funct Ecol 25: 868–877
te Marvelde, L., S.L. Webber, A.B. van den Burg & M.E. Visser 2011 A new
method for catching cavity breeding birds during egg laying and incubation. J
Field Ornithol 82: 320-324
Husby, A., S. Hille & M.E. Visser 2011 Testing mechanisms of Bergmann’s
rule: phenotypic but no genetic decline in body size in three passerine bird
populations Am Nat 178: 202-213
Jenouvrier, S. & M.E. Visser 2011 Climate change, phenological shifts,
eco-evolutionary responses and population viability: toward a unifying predictive
approach. Int J Biometeorology 55: 905–919
te Marvelde, L., S.L. Webber, H.A.J. Meijer & M.E. Visser 2011 Mismatched
reproduction is energetically costly for chick feeding female great tits. Funct Ecol
25: 1302–1308
Schaper, S.V., C. Rueda, P. Sharp, A.S. Dawson & M.E. Visser 2011 Spring
phenology does not affect timing of reproduction in the great tit (Parus major) J.
Exp. Biol. 214: 3664-3671
Ruuskanen, S., H. Siitari, T. Eeva, E. Belskii, A. Järvinen, A. Kerimov, I.
Krams, J. Moreno, C. Morosinotto, R. Mänd, E. Möstl, M. Orell, A. Qvarnström, J.P. Salminen, F. Slater, V. Tilgar, M.E. Visser, W. Winkel, H. Zang & T. Laaksonen
2011 Geographical variation in egg mass and egg content in a Passerine bird
PLoS ONE 6: e25360
Amo, L., M.E. Visser & K. van Oers 2011 Smelling out predators is innate
in birds. Ardea 99: 177–184
Amo, L., S.P. Caro & M.E. Visser 2011 Sleeping birds do not respond to
predator odour. PLoS ONE 6: e27576
te Marvelde, L., S. L. Webber, H. A.J. Meijer & M. E. Visser 2012 Energy
expenditure during egg laying is equal for early and late breeding free-living
female great tits. Oecologia 168:631–638
Schaper, S.V., A.S. Dawson, P. Sharp, P. Gienapp, S.P. Caro & M.E. Visser
2012 Increasing temperature, not mean temperature, is a cue for avian timing of
reproduction Am Nat 179: E55-E69
Visser, M.E., L. te Marvelde & M. Lof 2012 Adaptive phenological
mismatches of birds and their food in a warming world. J. Orn 153: S75–S84
Burger, C., E. Belskii, T. Eeva, T. Laaksonen, M. Mägi, R. Mänd A.
Qvarnström, T. Slagsvold, T. Veen, M.E. Visser, K.L. Wiebe, C. Wiley, J. Wright &
C. Both 2012 Climate change, breeding date and nestling diet: how temperature
differentially affects seasonal changes in pied flycatcher diet depending on habitat
variation. J Anim Ecol 81: 926–936
Te Marvelde, L. & M.E. Visser 2012 Manipulation of life-history decisions
using leptin in a wild passerine PLoS ONE 7: e34090
100. van Bers, N.E.M., A.W. Santure, K. van Oers, I. De Cauwer, B.W. Dibbits,
C. Mateman, R.P.M.A. Crooijmans, B.C. Sheldon, M.E. Visser, M.A.M. Groenen &
J. Slate 2012 The design and cross-population application of a genome-wide SNP
chip for the great tit Parus major. Molecular Ecology Resources 12, 753–770
101. te Marvelde, L., S.V. Schaper & M.E. Visser 2012 A single long day triggers
follicle growth in captive female great tits (Parus major) in winter but does not
affect laying dates in the wild in spring. PLoS ONE 7: e35617
102. Titulaer, M., K. Spoelstra, C.Y.M.J.G. Lange & M.E. Visser 2012 Activity
patterns during food provisioning are affected by artificial light in free living great
tits (Parus major) PLoS ONE 7: e37377
103. Lof, M., T.E. Reed, J. McNamara & M.E. Visser 2012 Timing in a fluctuating
environment: environmental variability and asymmetric fitness curves can lead to
adaptively mismatched avian reproduction. Proc R Soc B. 279: 3161-3169
Lehmann, M., K. Spoelstra, M.E. Visser & B. Helm 2012 Effects of
temperature on circadian clock and chronotype: an experimental study in a
passerine bird. Chronobiology International 29: 1062-1071
105. Schaper, S.V., A. Dawson, P.J. Sharp, S.P. Caro & M.E. Visser 2012
Individual variation in avian reproductive physiology does not reliably predict
variation in laying date. General & Comparative Endocrinology 179: 53–62
106. Gienapp, P., M. Lof, T.E. Reed, J. McNamara, S. Verhulst & M.E. Visser
2013 Predicting demographically-sustainable rates of adaptation: can great tit
breeding time keep pace with climate change? Phil Trans B 368: 20120289
107. Reed, T.E., S. Jenouvrier & M.E. Visser 2013 Phenological mismatch
strongly affects individual fitness but not population demography in a woodland
passerine. J Anim Ecol 82:131-144
108. van Asch, M., L. Salis, L.J.M. Holleman, B. van Lith & M.E. Visser 2013
Evolutionary response of an insect herbivore's egg hatching date under climate
change. Nature Climate Change 3:244-248
109. Morales, J., S. Ruuskanen, T. Laaksonen, R. Mateo, E. Belskii, T. Eeva, A.
Järvinen, A. Kerimov, E. Korpimäki, I. Krams, C. Morosinotto, R. Mänd, M. Orell,
A. Qvarnström, H. Siitari, F.M. Slater, V. Tilgar, M.E. Visser, W. Winkel, H. Zang &
J. Moreno 2013 Variation in eggshell traits between geographically distant
populations of pied flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca J Avian Biol 44: 111–120
110. Visser M.E. 2013 Phenological shifts in animals under contemporary
climate change. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition, 5:
716-727. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.
111. Caro, S.P, S.V. Schaper, R.A. Hut, G.F. Ball & M.E. Visser 2013 The case of
the missing mechanism: how does temperature influence seasonal timing in
endotherms? PLoS Biology 11: e1001517
112. Reed, T.E., V. Grøtan, S. Jenouvrier, B.E. Sæther & M.E. Visser 2013
Population growth in a wild bird is buffered against phenological mismatch.
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