Jeroen Minderman
TitleCited byYear
Personality traits in wild starlings: exploration behavior and environmental sensitivity
J Minderman, JM Reid, PGH Evans, MJ Whittingham
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 830-837, 2009
662009
Experimental evidence that wildflower strips increase pollinator visits to crops
H Feltham, K Park, J Minderman, D Goulson
Ecology and evolution 5 (16), 3523-3530, 2015
592015
Vigilance benefits and competition costs in groups: do individual redshanks gain an overall foraging benefit?
A Sansom, W Cresswell, J Minderman, J Lind
Animal behaviour 75 (6), 1869-1875, 2008
532008
Behaviourally mediated indirect effects: interference competition increases predation mortality in foraging redshanks
J Minderman, J Lind, W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (3), 713-723, 2006
502006
Novel environment exploration and home range size in starlings Sturnus vulgaris
J Minderman, JM Reid, M Hughes, MJH Denny, S Hogg, PGH Evans, ...
Behavioral Ecology 21 (6), 1321-1329, 2010
482010
Guidelines for consideration of bats in wind farm projects: Revision 2014
L Rodrigues, L Bach, MJ Dubourg-Savage, B Karapandža, D Kovač, ...
UNEP/EUROBATS, 2015
402015
Experimental evidence for the effect of small wind turbine proximity and operation on bird and bat activity
J Minderman, CJ Pendlebury, JW Pearce-Higgins, KJ Park
PLoS One 7 (7), e41177, 2012
312012
Differential responses to woodland character and landscape context by cryptic bats in urban environments
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, J Minderman, E Fuentes-Montemayor, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126850, 2015
262015
Personality traits are consistent when measured in the field and in the laboratory in African striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio)
CH Yuen, N Pillay, M Heinrichs, I Schoepf, C Schradin
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (8), 1235-1246, 2016
222016
Ringing or colour‐banding does not increase predation mortality in redshanksTringa totanus
W Cresswell, J Lind, J L. Quinn, J Minderman, D Philip Whitfield
Journal of Avian Biology 38 (3), 309-316, 2007
222007
Managing landscapes for multiple objectives: alternative forage can reduce the conflict between deer and forestry
A Jarnemo, J Minderman, N Bunnefeld, J Zidar, J Månsson
Ecosphere 5 (8), 1-14, 2014
202014
City life makes females fussy: sex differences in habitat use of temperate bats in urban areas
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, E Fuentes-Montemayor, J Minderman, ...
Royal Society Open Science 1 (3), 140200, 2014
192014
Should we stay or should we go now? What happens to small mammals when grass is mown, and the implications for birds of prey
CM Garratt, J Minderman, MJ Whittingham
Annales Zoologici Fennici 49 (1–2), 113-123, 2012
182012
Moth species richness, abundance and diversity in fragmented urban woodlands: implications for conservation and management strategies
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, E Fuentes-Montemayor, J Minderman, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (11), 2875-2901, 2014
172014
Integrating applied ecology and planning policy: the case of micro‐turbines and wildlife conservation
KJ Park, A Turner, J Minderman
Journal of applied ecology 50 (1), 199-204, 2013
132013
Estimates and correlates of bird and bat mortality at small wind turbine sites
J Minderman, E Fuentes-Montemayor, JW Pearce-Higgins, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 24 (3), 467-482, 2015
82015
Twenty years of change in riverside vegetation: what role have invasive alien plants played?
Z Pattison, J Minderman, PJ Boon, N Willby
Applied vegetation science 20 (3), 422-434, 2017
62017
Conflicts between birds and on-shore wind farms
MC Zwart, AJ McKenzie, J Minderman, MJ Whittingham
Problematic Wildlife, 489-504, 2016
62016
Landscape‐scale effects of single‐and multiple small wind turbines on bat activity
J Minderman, MH Gillis, HF Daly, KJ Park
Animal conservation 20 (5), 455-462, 2017
52017
Fur and faeces: an experimental assessment of non-invasive DNA sampling for the European pine marten
LM Kubasiewicz, J Minderman, LC Woodall, CP Quine, R Coope, KJ Park
Mammal research 61 (4), 299-307, 2016
52016
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