• The future distribution of wetland birds breeding in Europe validated against observed changes in distribution 

      Soultan, Alaaeldin; Pavòn-Jordàn, Diego; Bradter, Ute; Sandercock, Brett; Hochachka, Wesley M.; Johnston, Alison; Brommer, Jon; Gaget, Elie; Keller, Verena; Knaus, Peter; Aghababyan, Karen; Maxhuni, Qenan; Vintchevski, Alexandre; Nagy, Károly; Raudonikis, Liutauras; Balmer, Dawn E.; Noble, David; Leitão, Domingos; Øien, Ingar Jostein; Shimmings, Paul; Sultanov, Elchin; Caffrey, Brian; Boyla, Kerem; Radišić, Dimitrije; Lindström, Åke; Velevski, Metodija; Pladevall, Clara; Brotons, Lluis; Karel, Šťastný; Rajković, Draženko Z.; Chodkiewicz, Tomasz; Wilk, Tomasz; Tibor, Szép; van Turnhout, Chris; Foppen, Ruud; Burfield, Ian; Vikstrøm, Thomas; Mazal, Vlatka Dumbović; Eaton, Mark; Vorisek, Petr; Lehikoinen, Aleksi; Herrando, Sergi; Kuzmenko, Tatiana; Bauer, Hans-Günther; Kalyakin, Mikhail; Voltzit, Olga; Sjeničić, Jovica; Pärt, Tomas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Wetland bird species have been declining in population size worldwide as climate warming and land-use change affect their suitable habitats. We used species distribution models (SDMs) to predict changes in range dynamics ...
    • Northward range expansion in spring‐staging barnacle geese is a response to climate change and population growth, mediated by individual experience 

      Tombre, Ingunn; Oudman, Thomas; Shimmings, Paul; Griffin, Larry; Prop, Larry (Peer reviewed, 2019)
      All long‐distance migrants must cope with changing environments, but species differ greatly in how they do so. In some species, individuals might be able to adjust by learning from individual experiences and by copying ...
    • Young birds switch but old birds lead: How Barnacle Geese adjust migratory habits to environmental change 

      Oudman, Thomas; Laland, Kevin; Ruxton, Graeme; Tombre, Ingunn; Shimmings, Paul; Proup, Jouke (Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Long-distance migratory animals must contend with global climate change, but they differ greatly in whether and how they adjust. Species that socially learn their migration routes may have an advantage in this process ...