Ofer Steinitz, , David Shohami, , Ran Nathan, R. Ben-Shlomo, (2012) Genetic consequences of fire to natural populations | Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 205-220 : 58
Ran Nathan, E. K. Klein, J. J. Robledo-Arnuncio, and E. Revilla, (2012) Dispersal kernels: review | Dispersal and Spatial Evolutionary Ecology. 187-210
Nir Sapir, , Nir Horvitz, , Ran Nathan, M. Wikelski, R. Avissar, I. Mahrer, (2011) Migration by soaring or flapping: numerical atmospheric simulations reveal that turbulence kinetic energy dictates bee-eater flight mode | Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 3380-3386 : 278
Ofer Steinitz, , David Troupin, , Ran Nathan, G. G. Vendramin, (2011) Genetic evidence for a Janzen-Connell recruitment pattern in reproductive offspring of Pinus halepensis trees | Molecular Ecology 4152-4164 : 20
Asaf Tsoar, , Ran Nathan, , Yoav Bartan, A. Vyssotski, G. Dell'Omo, N. Ulanovsky, (2011) Large-scale navigational map in a mammal | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America E718-E724 : 108
Nir Sapir, , Ran Nathan, M. Wikelski, R. Avissar, (2011) Timing and flight mode of departure in migrating European bee-eaters in relation to multi-scale meteorological processes | Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 1353-1365 : 65
Ran Nathan, , Ana Trakhtenbrot, G. G. Katul, G. Bohrer, A. Kuparinen, M. B. Soons, S. E. Thompson, H. S. Horn, (2011) Mechanistic models of seed dispersal by wind | Theoretical Ecology 113-132 : 4
Ran Nathan, , Nir Horvitz, Y. He, A. Kuparinen, F. M. Schurr, G. G. Katul, (2011) Spread of North-American wind-dispersed trees in future environments | Ecology Letters 211-219 : 14
Ran Nathan, Buchmann, C. M., F. M. Schurr, F. Jeltsch, (2011) An allometric model of home range formation explains the structuring of animal communities exploiting heterogeneous resources | Oikos 106-118 : 120
David Shohami, , Ran Nathan, Tsoar, A., (2011) A movement ecology approach to study seed dispersal and plant invasion: an overview and application of seed dispersal by fruit bats | Fifty years of invasion ecology: the legacy of Charles Elton 103-119