Martins Briedis
Martins Briedis
Swiss Ornithological Institute
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Barrier crossing in small avian migrants: individual tracking reveals prolonged nocturnal flights into the day as a common migratory strategy
P Adamík, T Emmenegger, M Briedis, L Gustafsson, I Henshaw, M Krist, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
782016
Breeding latitude leads to different temporal but not spatial organization of the annual cycle in a long‐distance migrant
M Briedis, S Hahn, L Gustafsson, I Henshaw, J Träff, M Král, P Adamík
Journal of Avian Biology 47 (6), 743-748, 2016
552016
Weak effects of geolocators on small birds: A meta‐analysis controlled for phylogeny and publication bias
V Brlík, J Koleček, M Burgess, S Hahn, D Humple, M Krist, J Ouwehand, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 207-220, 2020
372020
Light‐level geolocator analyses: A user's guide
S Lisovski, S Bauer, M Briedis, SC Davidson, KL Dhanjal‐Adams, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 221-236, 2020
352020
Cold spell en route delays spring arrival and decreases apparent survival in a long-distance migratory songbird
M Briedis, S Hahn, P Adamík
BMC ecology 17 (1), 1-8, 2017
312017
A full annual perspective on sex-biased migration timing in long-distance migratory birds
M Briedis, S Bauer, P Adamík, JA Alves, JS Costa, T Emmenegger, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1897), 20182821, 2019
252019
Linking events throughout the annual cycle in a migratory bird—non-breeding period buffers accumulation of carry-over effects
M Briedis, M Krist, M Král, CC Voigt, P Adamík
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72 (6), 1-12, 2018
212018
Annual cycle and migration strategies of a habitat specialist, the Tawny Pipit Anthus campestris, revealed by geolocators
M Briedis, V Beran, S Hahn, P Adamík
Journal of Ornithology 157 (2), 619-626, 2016
202016
Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica migrate along the Indo-European flyway: a geolocator study
T Lislevand, B Chutný, I Byrkjedal, V Pavel, M Briedis, P Adamik, S Hahn
Bird Study 62 (4), 508-515, 2015
172015
Seasonal migration strategies of Common Ringed Plovers Charadrius hiaticula
T Lislevand, M Briedis, O Heggřy, S Hahn
Ibis 159 (1), 225-229, 2017
162017
Broad‐scale patterns of the Afro‐Palaearctic landbird migration
M Briedis, S Bauer, P Adamík, JA Alves, JS Costa, T Emmenegger, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (4), 722-735, 2020
142020
Migratory connectivity in the context of differential migration
M Briedis, S Bauer
Biology letters 14 (12), 20180679, 2018
142018
Year-round spatiotemporal distribution of the enigmatic Semi-collared Flycatcher Ficedula semitorquata
M Briedis, J Träff, S Hahn, M Ilieva, M Král, S Peev, P Adamík
Journal of Ornithology, 1-6, 2016
112016
Loop migration, induced by seasonally different flyway use, in Northern European Barn Swallows
M Briedis, P Kurlavičius, R Mackevičienė, R Vaišvilienė, S Hahn
Journal of Ornithology 159 (4), 885-891, 2018
102018
Extracting historical population trends using archival ringing data—an example: the globally threatened Aquatic Warbler
M Briedis, O Keišs
Journal of Ornithology 157 (2), 419-425, 2016
82016
Finish with a sprint: Evidence for time‐selected last leg of migration in a long‐distance migratory songbird
M Briedis, S Hahn, M Krist, P Adamík
Ecology and evolution 8 (14), 6899-6908, 2018
62018
Haemosporidian blood parasite diversity and prevalence in the semi-collared flycatcher (Ficedula semitorquata) from the eastern Balkans
S Peev, P Zehtindjiev, M Ilieva, J Träff, M Briedis, P Adamík
Parasitology international 65 (6), 613-617, 2016
52016
Migration, wing morphometry and wing moult in Spanish and house sparrows from the eastern Balkan Peninsula
S Hahn, D Dimitrov, T Emmenegger, M Ilieva, S Peev, P Zehtindjiev, ...
Journal of Ornithology 160 (1), 271-274, 2019
42019
Integrating light‐level geolocation with activity tracking reveals unexpected nocturnal migration patterns of the tawny pipit
M Briedis, V Beran, P Adamík, S Hahn
Journal of Avian Biology 51 (9), 2020
32020
Seasonally specific responses to wind patterns and ocean productivity facilitate the longest animal migration on Earth
T Hromádková, V Pavel, J Flousek, M Briedis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 638, 1-12, 2020
22020
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