Tamar Lok
Tamar Lok
CEFE-CNRS, Montpellier, University of Groningen, NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Verified email at cefe.cnrs.fr
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Do changes in the frequency, magnitude and timing of extreme climatic events threaten the population viability of coastal birds?
M Van De Pol, BJ Ens, D Heg, L Brouwer, J Krol, M Maier, KM Exo, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (4), 720-730, 2010
Simultaneous declines in summer survival of three shorebird species signals a flyway at risk
T Piersma, T Lok, Y Chen, CJ Hassell, HY Yang, A Boyle, M Slaymaker, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (2), 479-490, 2016
Body shrinkage due to Arctic warming reduces red knot fitness in tropical wintering range
JA van Gils, S Lisovski, T Lok, W Meissner, A Ożarowska, J de Fouw, ...
Science 352 (6287), 819-821, 2016
The cost of migration: spoonbills suffer higher mortality during trans-Saharan spring migrations only
T Lok, O Overdijk, T Piersma
Biology letters 11 (1), 20140944, 2015
Spatial clumping of food and social dominance affect interference competition among ruddy turnstones
WK Vahl, T Lok, J Van der Meer, T Piersma, FJ Weissing
Behavioral Ecology 16 (5), 834-844, 2005
The paradox of spoonbill migration: most birds travel to where survival rates are lowest
T Lok, O Overdijk, JM Tinbergen, T Piersma
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 837-844, 2011
Mortality within the annual cycle: seasonal survival patterns in Afro-Siberian Red Knots Calidris canutus canutus
J Leyrer, T Lok, M Brugge, B Spaans, BK Sandercock, T Piersma
Journal of Ornithology 154 (4), 933-943, 2013
Seasonal variation in density dependence in age‐specific survival of a long‐distance migrant
T Lok, O Overdijk, JM Tinbergen, T Piersma
Ecology 94 (10), 2358-2369, 2013
Toxin constraint explains diet choice, survival and population dynamics in a molluscivore shorebird
JA van Gils, M van der Geest, J Leyrer, T Oudman, T Lok, J Onrust, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130861, 2013
Small-scale demographic structure suggests preemptive behavior in a flocking shorebird
J Leyrer, T Lok, M Brugge, A Dekinga, B Spaans, JA van Gils, ...
Behavioral Ecology 23 (6), 1226-1233, 2012
Declining adult survival of New Zealand Bar-tailed Godwits during 2005–2012 despite apparent population stability
JR Conklin, T Lok, DS Melville, AC Riegen, R Schuckard, T Piersma, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 116 (2), 147-157, 2016
An age‐dependent fitness cost of migration? Old trans‐Saharan migrating spoonbills breed later than those staying in Europe, and late breeders have lower recruitment
T Lok, L Veldhoen, O Overdijk, JM Tinbergen, T Piersma
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (5), 998-1009, 2017
Migration tendency delays distributional response to differential survival prospects along a flyway
T Lok, O Overdijk, T Piersma
The American Naturalist 181 (4), 520-531, 2013
The Spoonbill Platalea leucorodia population of the Wadden Sea islands: does population growth level off
T Lok, O Overdijk, H Horn, T Piersma
Limosa 82, 149-157, 2009
Filling knowledge gaps in a threatened shorebird flyway through satellite tracking
YC Chan, TL Tibbitts, T Lok, CJ Hassell, HB Peng, Z Ma, Z Zhang, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (10), 2305-2315, 2019
De lepelaarpopulatie van de Wadden: komt het einde van de groei in zicht
T Lok, O Overdijk, H Horn, T Piersma
Limosa 82, 149-157, 2009
Interpreting variation in growth of Eurasian Spoonbill chicks: disentangling the effects of age, sex and environment
T Lok, O Overdijk, T Piersma
Ardea 102 (2), 181-194, 2014
Seasonal variation in the diet of spoonbill chicks in the Wadden Sea: a stable isotopes approach
EHM El-Hacen, T Piersma, J Jouta, O Overdijk, T Lok
Journal of Ornithology 155 (3), 611-619, 2014
Spoonbills as a model system: a demographic cost-benefit analysis of differential migration
T Lok
Individual shifts toward safety explain age-related foraging distribution in a gregarious shorebird
PJ van den Hout, T Piersma, J ten Horn, B Spaans, T Lok
Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), 419-428, 2017
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