Prof. Ran Nathan

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Short Interest
Movement ecology, spatiotemporal plant population dynamics, ornithology.
Ph. D
Room 102, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, The Alexander Silberman Inst. of Life Sciences, Berman building, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem 91904

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.


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