Prof. Ran Nathan

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Short Interest
Movement ecology, spatiotemporal plant population dynamics, ornithology.
Degree
Ph. D
Role
PI
Email(s)
Homepage
Phone
972-(0)2-6584314
Fax
+972-2-6586080
Address
Room 102, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, The Alexander Silberman Inst. of Life Sciences, Berman building, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem 91904
Interest: 

Movement ecology, mechanisms and patterns of organism movements, ecology and evolution of dispersal, spatiotemporal plant population dynamics, seed dispersal by wind, plant-animal interactions with special emphasis on endozoochory and granivory, dispersal biogeography, bird migration, ornithology.

Publications

Nir Horvitz, , Ran Nathan, R. Wang, F.-H. Wan, (2017) Pervasive human-mediated large-scale invasion: analysis of spread patterns and their underlying mechanisms in 17 of China’s worst invasive plants | Journal of Ecology 85-94 : 105
Shay Rotics, , Sondra Turjeman, , Yehezkel Resheff, , Nir Sapir, , Ran Nathan, M. Kaatz, , D. Zurell, , U. Eggers, W. Fiedler, A. Flack, F. Jeltsch, M. Wikelski, (2017) Overwintering closer to European natal areas enhances survival in juvenile White Storks | Animal Behaviour 79-88 : 126
Roi Harel, , Orr Spiegel, , Ran Nathan, W. M. Getz, (2017) Social foraging and individual consistency in following behaviour: testing the information centre hypothesis in free-ranging vultures | Proceedings of the Royal Society B 20162654 : 284
Alejandro Centeno-Cuadros, , David Shohami, , Asaf Tsoar, , Ran Nathan, P. Hulva, D. Romportl, S. Santoro, T. Stribna, , A. Evin, , P. Benda, I. Horacek, (2017) Habitat use, but not gene flow, is influenced by human activities in two ecotypes of Egyptian fruit bat (<i>Rousettus aegyptiacus</i>) | Molecular Ecology
Yehezkel Resheff, , Ran Nathan, Weegman, M., S. Bearhop, G. M. Hilton, A. J. Walsh, L. Griffin, , A. D. Fox, (2017) Using accelerometry to compare costs of extended migration in an Arctic herbivore | Current Zoology

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