Matthew Low
Matthew Low
Associate Professor in Ecology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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TitleCited byYear
Phenological changes in the southern hemisphere
LE Chambers, R Altwegg, C Barbraud, P Barnard, LJ Beaumont, ...
PloS one 8 (10), e75514, 2013
1222013
Habitat‐specific differences in adult survival rates and its links to parental workload and on‐nest predation
M Low, D Arlt, S Eggers, T Pärt
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (1), 214-224, 2010
722010
Archiving primary data: solutions for long-term studies
JA Mills, C Teplitsky, B Arroyo, A Charmantier, PH Becker, TR Birkhead, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (10), 581-589, 2015
672015
Rainfall during parental care reduces reproductive and survival components of fitness in a passerine bird
M Öberg, D Arlt, T Pärt, AT Laugen, S Eggers, M Low
Ecology and Evolution 5 (2), 345-356, 2015
612015
Prospectors combine social and environmental information to improve habitat selection and breeding success in the subsequent year
T Pärt, D Arlt, B Doligez, M Low, A Qvarnström
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (6), 1227-1235, 2011
612011
Patterns of mortality for each life‐history stage in a population of the endangered New Zealand stitchbird
M Low, T Pärt
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (4), 761-771, 2009
572009
Tourism and conservation: the effects of track proximity on avian reproductive success and nest selection in an open sanctuary
K Lindsay, J Craig, M Low
Tourism Management 29 (4), 730-739, 2008
552008
Effect of geolocators on migration and subsequent breeding performance of a long-distance passerine migrant
D Arlt, M Low, T Pärt
PloS one 8 (12), e82316, 2013
532013
Age‐specific variation in reproduction is largely explained by the timing of territory establishment in the New Zealand stitchbird Notiomystis cincta
M Low, T Pärt, P Forslund
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (3), 459-470, 2007
482007
The energetic cost of mate guarding is correlated with territorial intrusions in the New Zealand stitchbird
M Low
Behavioral Ecology 17 (2), 270-276, 2005
442005
Female resistance and male force: context and patterns of copulation in the New Zealand stitchbird Notiomystis cincta
M Low
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (5), 436-448, 2005
402005
Food availability and offspring demand influence sex-specific patterns and repeatability of parental provisioning
M Low, T Makan, I Castro
Behavioral Ecology 23 (1), 25-34, 2011
372011
Reproductive patterns result from age‐related sensitivity to resources and reproductive costs in a mammalian carnivore
GR Rauset, M Low, J Persson
Ecology 96 (12), 3153-3164, 2015
312015
Contrast in edge vegetation structure modifies the predation risk of natural ground nests in an agricultural landscape
NA Schneider, M Low, D Arlt, T Pärt
PLoS One 7 (2), e31517, 2012
292012
Female weight predicts the timing of forced copulation attempts in stitchbirds, Notiomystis cincta
M Low
Animal Behaviour 68 (3), 637-644, 2004
282004
Intensity of space use reveals conditional sex‐specific effects of prey and conspecific density on home range size
M Aronsson, M Low, JV López‐Bao, J Persson, J Odden, JDC Linnell, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (9), 2957-2967, 2016
252016
Daily patterns of nest visits are correlated with ambient temperature in the Northern Wheatear
M Low, S Eggers, D Arlt, T Pärt
Journal of Ornithology 149 (4), 515-519, 2008
252008
Prolonged stopover duration characterises migration strategy and constraints of a long-distance migrant songbird
D Arlt, P Olsson, JW Fox, M Low, T Pärt
Animal Migration 2 (1), 2015
242015
Decomposing the seasonal fitness decline
M Öberg, T Pärt, D Arlt, AT Laugen, M Low
Oecologia 174 (1), 139-150, 2014
242014
New methods and technologies for regional-scale abundance estimation of land-breeding marine animals: application to Adélie penguin populations in East Antarctica
C Southwell, J McKinlay, M Low, D Wilson, K Newbery, JL Lieser, ...
Polar Biology 36 (6), 843-856, 2013
242013
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