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

Sondra Turjeman, , Alejandro Centeno-Cuadros, , Shay Rotics, , Ran Nathan, U. Eggers, , J. Blas, , W. Fiedler, , M. Kaatz, , F. Jeltsch, , M. Wikelski, (2016) Extra-pair paternity in the socially monogamous white stork (Ciconia ciconia) is fairly common and independent of local density | Scientific Reports 27976
Yehezkel Resheff, , Shay Rotics, , Ran Nathan, D. Weinshall, (2015) Matrix factorization approach to behavioral mode analysis from acceleration data | IEEE/ACM International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA), Paris 1-6
Ran Nathan, Barton, P. S., P. E. Lentini, E. Alacs, S. Bau, Y. M. Buckley, E. L. Burns, D. A. Driscoll, L. K. Guja, H. Kujala, J. J. Lahoz-Monfort, A. Mortelliti, , R. Rowe, , A. L. Smith, (2015) Guidelines for using movement science to inform biodiversity policy | Environmental Management 791-801 : 56
Orr Spiegel, , Roi Harel, , Alejandro Centeno-Cuadros, , Ran Nathan, O. Hatzofe, W. M. Getz, (2015) Moving beyond curve-fitting: using complementary data to assess alternative explanations for long movements of three vulture species | The American Naturalist E44-E54 : 185
Sasha Pekarsky, , Ran Nathan, A. Angert, B. Haese, M. Werner, K. A. Hobson, (2015) Enriching the isotopic toolbox for migratory connectivity analysis: A new approach for migratory species breeding in remote or unexplored areas | Diversity and Distributions 416-427 : 21

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