Lars Dalby
Lars Dalby
PhD, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University
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Establishing macroecological trait datasets: digitalization, extrapolation, and validation of diet preferences in terrestrial mammals worldwide
WD Kissling, L Dalby, C Fløjgaard, J Lenoir, B Sandel, C Sandom, ...
Ecology and Evolution 4 (14), 2913-2930, 2014
Mammal predator and prey species richness are strongly linked at macroscales
C Sandom, L Dalby, C Fløjgaard, WD Kissling, J Lenoir, B Sandel, ...
Ecology 94 (5), 1112-1122, 2013
Interpreting seasonal range shifts in migratory birds: a critical assessment of ‘short-stopping’and a suggested terminology
J Elmberg, R Hessel, AD Fox, L Dalby
Journal of Ornithology 155, 571-579, 2014
Seasonality drives global‐scale diversity patterns in waterfowl (A nseriformes) via temporal niche exploitation
L Dalby, BJ McGill, AD Fox, JC Svenning
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (5), 550-562, 2014
Temperature does not dictate the wintering distributions of European dabbling duck species
L Dalby, AD Fox, IK Petersen, S Delany, JC Svenning
Ibis 155 (1), 80-88, 2013
Vascular plant species richness and bioindication predict multi‐taxon species richness
AK Brunbjerg, HH Bruun, L Dalby, C Fløjgaard, TG Frøslev, TT Høye, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (12), 2372-2382, 2018
Current and potential threats to Nordic duck populations—a horizon scanning exercise
AD Fox, JE Jónsson, T Aarvak, T Bregnballe, TK Christensen, KK Clausen, ...
Annales Zoologici Fennici 52 (4), 193-220, 2015
Using dark diversity and plant characteristics to guide conservation and restoration
JE Moeslund, AK Brunbjerg, KK Clausen, L Dalby, C Fløjgaard, A Juel, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1730-1741, 2017
Seeking explanations for recent changes in abundance of wintering Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope) in northwest Europe
AD Fox, L Dalby, TK Christensen, S Nagy, TJS Balsby, O Crowe, ...
Ornis Fennica 93 (1), 12-25, 2016
Landscape structure and management alter the outcome of a pesticide ERA: evaluating impacts of endocrine disruption using the ALMaSS European Brown Hare model
CJ Topping, L Dalby, F Skov
Science of the Total Environment 541, 1477-1488, 2016
A systematic survey of regional multi-taxon biodiversity: evaluating strategies and coverage
AK Brunbjerg, HH Bruun, L Brøndum, AT Classen, L Dalby, K Fog, ...
BMC ecology 19, 1-15, 2019
The status of the Nordic populations of the Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) in a changing world
L Dalby, P Söderquist, TK Christensen, P Clausen, Á Einarsson, ...
Ornis Fennica 90 (1), 2-15, 2013
Common Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) increasingly select for grazed areas with increasing distance-to-nest
H Heldbjerg, AD Fox, PV Thellesen, L Dalby, P Sunde
PLoS One 12 (8), e0182504, 2017
Age‐ratio bias among hunter‐based surveys of Eurasian Wigeon Anas penelope based on wing vs. field samples
AD Fox, KK Clausen, L Dalby, TK Christensen, P Sunde
Ibis 157 (2), 391-395, 2015
Dark diversity reveals importance of biotic resources and competition for plant diversity across habitats
C Fløjgaard, JW Valdez, L Dalby, JE Moeslund, KK Clausen, R Ejrnæs, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 6078-6088, 2020
Landscape-scale simulations as a tool in multi-criteria decision making to support agri-environment schemes
CJ Topping, L Dalby, JW Valdez
Agricultural Systems 176, 102671, 2019
Multi‐taxon inventory reveals highly consistent biodiversity responses to ecospace variation
AK Brunbjerg, HH Bruun, L Dalby, AT Classen, C Fløjgaard, TG Frøslev, ...
Oikos 129 (9), 1381-1392, 2020
Waterfowl, duck distributions and a changing climate
L Dalby
Between-year variations in sex/age ratio bias in hunter wings of Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope) compared to field samples
AD Fox, K Clausen, L Dalby, TK Christensen, P Sunde
Ornis Fennica 93 (1), 26-30, 2016
Seasonal variation in Eurasian Wigeon Anas penelope sex and age ratios from hunter-based surveys
KK Clausen, L Dalby, P Sunde, TK Christensen, B Egelund, AD Fox
Journal of ornithology 154, 769-774, 2013
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