Marc Badger
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Pigeons steer like helicopters and generate down-and upstroke lift during low speed turns
IG Ros, LC Bassman, MA Badger, AN Pierson, AA Biewener
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (50), 19990-19995, 2011
672011
Pigeons produce aerodynamic torques through changes in wing trajectory during low speed aerial turns
IG Ros, MA Badger, AN Pierson, LC Bassman, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (3), 480-490, 2015
182015
Into rude air: hummingbird flight performance in variable aerial environments
VM Ortega-Jimenez, M Badger, H Wang, R Dudley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
172016
Electrostatic charge on flying hummingbirds and its potential role in pollination
M Badger, VM Ortega-Jimenez, L von Rabenau, A Smiley, R Dudley
PLoS One 10 (9), e0138003, 2015
82015
Avoiding topsy-turvy: how Anna's hummingbirds (Calypte anna) fly through upward gusts
MA Badger, H Wang, R Dudley
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (3), 2019
52019
Variation in movement: multiple locomotor gaits in Neotropical harvestmen
I Escalante, MA Badger, DO Elias
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127 (2), 493-507, 2019
32019
3D bird reconstruction: a dataset, model, and shape recovery from a single view
M Badger, Y Wang, A Modh, A Perkes, N Kolotouros, BG Pfrommer, ...
European Conference on Computer Vision, 1-17, 2020
22020
Perception-driven curiosity with bayesian surprise
B Bucher, A Arapin, R Sekar, M Badger, F Duan, O Rybkin, K Daniilidis
22019
Rapid recovery of locomotor performance after leg loss in harvestmen
I Escalante, MA Badger, DO Elias
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
12020
The Biomechanics of Obstacle Negotiation by Hummingbirds
MA Badger
UC Berkeley, 2016
12016
Falling faster: Size and folding behavior decrease descent time in a brittle star (Ophiocoma aethiops)
MA Badger, MA Jones
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 52, E207-E207, 2012
12012
Wind and obstacle motion affect honeybee flight strategies in cluttered environments
NP Burnett, MA Badger, SA Combes
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (14), 2020
2020
Wind and canopy height affect honey bee flight performance in cluttered environments
NP Burnett, MA Badger, SA Combes
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E27-E27, 2020
2020
From moments to months: Multi-timescale tracking and analysis of songbird social interactions in a smart aviary
MA Badger, AD Perkes, BG Pfrommer, Y Wang, A Modh, K Daniilidis, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E9-E9, 2020
2020
Inferring real-world flight conditions from high-throughput preference tests: bumblebees display partiality for particular features of wind and clutter
SA Combes, MA Badger, SF Gagliardi, AH Wargin, MS Flores
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E41-E41, 2019
2019
Flight planning on the wing: Honeybees assess obstacle motion from afar before deciding to land on or pass through wind-blown clutter
NP Burnett, MA Badger, SA Combes
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E27-E27, 2019
2019
MegaTracks: Deep learning methods enable rapid, automated tracking of complex motion sequences
MA Badger, SA Combes
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E9-E9, 2019
2019
Down in the mouth: Consequences of mandible-loading for flight stability in blue orchard bees (Osmia lignaria)
M Badger, U Chang, S Combes
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 58, E8-E8, 2018
2018
Avoiding topsy-turvy: how Anna's Hummingbirds (Calypte anna) fly through upward gusts
MA Badger, H Wang, R Dudley
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 56, E8-E8, 2016
2016
Compensatory behaviors in locomotion performance induced by autotomy in Daddy Long-legs
I Escalante, MA Badger, DO Elias
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 56, E61-E61, 2016
2016
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