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

Shay Rotics, , Ran Nathan, Flack, A., W. Fiedler, J. Blas, I. Pokrovski, M. Kaatz, M. Mitropolsky, K. Aghababyan, A. Khachatryan, Y. Fakriadis, E. Makrigianni, L. Jerzak, M. Shamin, C. Shamina, H. Azafzaf, F.-A. C., T. M. Mokotjomela, , M. Wikelski, (2016) Costs of migratory decisions: a comparison across eight White stork populations | Science Advances e1500931 : 2
Sondra Turjeman, , Alejandro Centeno-Cuadros, , Ran Nathan, (2016) Isolation and characterization of novel polymorphic microsatellite markers for the white stork, <i>Ciconia ciconia</i>: applications in individual-based and population genetics | Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 11-16 : 39
Ran Nathan, Toledo, S., O. Kishon, Y. Orchan, A. Shohat, (2016) Lessons and experiences from the design, implementation, and deployment of a wildlife tracking system | In: International Conference on Software, Science, Technology, and Engineering, June 2016 (SwSTE '16). IEEE CS International, Be
Roi Harel, , Orr Spiegel, , Nir Horvitz, , Ran Nathan, J. Fluhr, , O. Duriez, , W. M. Getz, , W. Bouten, , F. Sarrazin, , O. Hatzofe, (2016) Decision-making by a soaring bird: time, energy and risk considerations at different spatiotemporal scales | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B
Alejandro Centeno-Cuadros, , Ran Nathan, I. Abbasi, (2016) Sex determination in the wild: a field application of loop-mediated isothermal amplification successfully determines sex across three raptor species. | Molecular Ecology Resources

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