Graham R. Martin
Graham R. Martin
Emeritus Professor, University of Birmingham üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Moving towards acceleration for estimates of activity‐specific metabolic rate in free‐living animals: the case of the cormorant
RP Wilson, CR White, F Quintana, LG Halsey, N Liebsch, GR Martin, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (5), 1081-1090, 2006
Birds by night
G Martin
A&C Black, 2010
Understanding bird collisions with man‐made objects: a sensory ecology approach
GR Martin
Ibis 153 (2), 239-254, 2011
The eye of a passeriform bird, the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris): eye movement amplitude, visual fields and schematic optics
GR Martin
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 159 (4), 545-557, 1986
Bird collisions with power lines: failing to see the way ahead?
GR Martin, JM Shaw
Biological Conservation 143 (11), 2695-2702, 2010
Visual fields and their functions in birds
GR Martin
Journal of Ornithology 148 (2), 547-562, 2007
Visual pigments and colour vision in a nocturnal bird, Strix aluco (tawny owl)
JK Bowmaker, GR Martin
Vision Research 18 (9), 1125-1130, 1978
Visual pigments and oil droplets in the penguin, Spheniscus humboldti
JK Bowmaker, GR Martin
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 156 (1), 71-77, 1985
What is binocular vision for? A birds' eye view
GR Martin
Journal of Vision 9 (11), 14-14, 2009
Basal metabolic rate of birds is associated with habitat temperature and precipitation, not primary productivity
CR White, TM Blackburn, GR Martin, PJ Butler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1607), 287-293, 2007
Visual fields in short-toed eagles, Circaetus gallicus (Accipitridae), and the function of binocularity in birds
GR Martin, G Katzir
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 53 (2), 55-66, 1999
Kiwi forego vision in the guidance of their nocturnal activities
GR Martin, KJ Wilson, JM Wild, S Parsons, MF Kubke, J Corfield
Plos one 2 (2), e198, 2007
Does food supplementation really enhance productivity of breeding birds?
TJE Harrison, JA Smith, GR Martin, DE Chamberlain, S Bearhop, ...
Oecologia 164 (2), 311-320, 2010
Is sexual selection blurring the functional significance of eggshell coloration hypotheses?
SJ Reynolds, GR Martin, P Cassey
Animal Behaviour 78 (1), 209-215, 2009
The visual fields of the tawny owl, Strix aluco L
GR Martin
Vision research 24 (12), 1739-1751, 1984
An owl's eye: Schematic optics and visual performance inStrix aluco L.
GR Martin
Journal of comparative physiology 145 (3), 341-349, 1982
Feeding methods, visual fields and vigilance in dabbling ducks (Anatidae)
M Guillemain, GR Martin, H Fritz
Functional Ecology 16 (4), 522-529, 2002
Optics of retinal oil droplets: a model of light collection and polarization detection in the avian retina
SR Young, GR Martin
Vision research 24 (2), 129-137, 1984
Extreme binocular vision and a straight bill facilitate tool use in New Caledonian crows
J Troscianko, AM Von Bayern, J Chappell, C Rutz, GR Martin
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-7, 2012
The eyes of oilbirds (Steatornis caripensis): pushing at the limits of sensitivity
G Martin, LM Rojas, Y Ramírez, R McNeil
Naturwissenschaften 91 (1), 26-29, 2004
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