The Animal Navigation Nachwuchsgruppe

Publications of the group leader published before 2002

2001: Mouritsen, H. & Larsen, O.N. (2001) Migrating songbirds tested in computer-controlled Emlen funnels use stellar cues for a time-independent compass. Journal of Experimental Biology 204, 3855-3865.

2001: Mouritsen, H. "Navigation in birds and other animals". Journal of Image and Vision Computing 19: 713-731.

2001:  Mouritsen, H. (2001) Ringing recoveries contain hidden information about orientation mechanisms. Ardea 89, 31-42.

2000: Mouritsen, H. "A career in free public research – a risky future with poor perspectives?" Paper written for the EU commission on the problems facing young scientists today and on why natural sciences educations experience recruitment problems, 6 pp.

2000: Mouritsen, H. "Trækfuglenes orienteringsmekanismer". In: Kyhn, G. (ed.): Carlsbergfondet Årsskrift 2000, Winther Grafik, Copenhagen, pp. 28-35. [in Danish]

2000: Mouritsen, H. (2000) Yes, the clock-and-compass strategy can explain the distribution of ringing recoveries: reply to Thorup et al. Animal Behaviour 60, F9-F14. DOI:10.1006/anbe.2000.1455

2000: Mouritsen, H. & Mouritsen, O. (2000) A mathematical expectation model for bird navigation based on the clock-and-compass strategy. Journal of Theoretical Biology 207, 283-291. DOI:10.1006/jtbi.2000.2171

1999:  Mouritsen, H. (1998) How do young night migrating passerines use their compasses for orientation during migration? Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress pp. 934-955.

1999:  Mouritsen, H. (1999) Navigation in birds and other animals. Journal of Image and Vision Computing 19, 713-731.

1998: Mouritsen, H. ‘How do young night migrating passerines use their compasses for orientation during migration?’. Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress pp. 934-955.

1998: Mouritsen, H. (1998) Modelling migration: the clock-and-compass model can explain the distribution of ringing recoveries. Animal Behaviour 56, 899-907.

1998: Mouritsen, H. (1998) Redstarts, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, can orient in a true-zero magnetic field. Animal Behaviour 55, 1311-1324.

1998: Mouritsen, H. "Trækfugle er dumme maskiner" Nyt fra Odense Universitet, 4/1998: 4-6. [in Danish]

1998: Mouritsen, H. & Larsen, O.N. (1998) Migrating young Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca do not compensate for geographical displacements. Journal of Experimental Biology 201, 2927-2934.