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Olga Heim
Olga Heim
Leibniz-institute for zoo and wildlife research
Verified email at o-heim.de
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The importance of landscape elements for bat activity and species richness in agricultural areas
O Heim, JT Treitler, M Tschapka, M Knörnschild, K Jung
PLoS One 10 (7), e0134443, 2015
972015
The effect of local land use and loss of forests on bats and nocturnal insects
JT Treitler, O Heim, M Tschapka, K Jung
Ecology and evolution 6 (13), 4289-4297, 2016
592016
The relevance of vegetation structures and small water bodies for bats foraging above farmland
O Heim, J Lenski, J Schulze, K Jung, S Kramer-Schadt, JA Eccard, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology, 2017
522017
Seasonal activity patterns of European bats above intensively used farmland
O Heim, A Schröder, J Eccard, K Jung, CC Voigt
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 233, 130-139, 2016
512016
Landscape and scale-dependent spatial niches of bats foraging above intensively used arable fields
O Heim, L Lorenz, S Kramer-Schadt, K Jung, CC Voigt, JA Eccard
Ecological Processes 6 (1), 1-15, 2017
352017
Fledermausschutz im Schatten der Windenergie
M Fritze, LS Lehnert, O Heim, O LINDECkE, M ROELEkE, CC Voigt
NATURSCHUTZ und Landschaftsplanung 51 (1), 20-27, 2019
192019
Variant maps for bat echolocation call identification algorithms
O Heim, DM Heim, L Marggraf, CC Voigt, X Zhang, Y Luo, J Zheng
Bioacoustics 29 (5), 557-571, 2020
132020
Modulation of acoustic navigation behaviour by spatial learning in the echolocating bat Rhinolophus ferrumequinum nippon
Y Yamada, Y Mibe, Y Yamamoto, K Ito, O Heim, S Hiryu
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-15, 2020
132020
Successful creation of regular patterns in variant maps from bat echolocation calls
DM Heim, O Heim, PA Zeng, J Zheng
Variant Construction from Theoretical Foundation to Applications, 391-400, 2019
132019
Molecular evidence of bird-eating behavior in Nyctalus aviator
O Heim, AIE Puisto, D Fukui, EJ Vesterinen
acta ethologica 22 (3), 223-226, 2019
82019
Analysis of echolocation behavior of bats in “echo space” using acoustic simulation
Y Teshima, Y Yamada, T Tsuchiya, O Heim, S Hiryu
BMC biology 20 (1), 1-12, 2022
32022
Dietary analysis reveals differences in the prey use of two sympatric bat species
O Heim, AIE Puisto, I Sääksjärvi, D Fukui, EJ Vesterinen
Ecology and evolution 11 (24), 18651-18661, 2021
32021
Discriminating predation attempt outcomes during natural foraging using the post-buzz pause in the Japanese large-footed bat, Myotis macrodactylus
Y Mizuguchi, E Fujioka, O Heim, D Fukui, S Hiryu
Journal of Experimental Biology 225 (7), jeb243402, 2022
12022
Expert evaluations of methods used for monitoring bats during wind turbine projects
CC Voigt, M Roeleke, O Heim, LS Lehnert, M Fritze, O Lindecke
Evidenzbasierter Fledermausschutz in Windkraftvorhaben, 57-75, 2020
12020
A glimpse into the foraging and movement behaviour of Nyctalus aviator; a complementary study by acoustic recording and GPS tracking
Y Niga, E Fujioka, O Heim, A Nomi, D Fukui, S Hiryu
Royal Society Open Science 10 (6), 230035, 2023
2023
Horseshoe bats use not changes in echo delay but Doppler shift to perceive approaching objects
S Yoshida, K Hase, O Heim, KI Kobayasi, S Hiryu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 151 (4), A146-A146, 2022
2022
Visualization of bat “echo space” using acoustic simulation
Y Teshima, Y Yamada, T Tsuchiya, O Heim, S Hiryu
2021
Windenergievorhaben und Fledermausschutz: Was fordern Expert* innen zur Lösung des Grün-Grün-Dilemmas? Wind turbine projects and bat
M Fritze, LS Lehnert, O Heim, O Lindecke, M Röleke, CC Voigt
Evidenzbasierter Fledermausschutz in Windkraft-vorhaben, 161, 2020
2020
Wind turbine projects and bat conservation: What do experts demand to solve the green-green dilemma?
M Fritze, LS Lehnert, O Heim, O Lindecke, M Röleke, CC Voigt
Evidenzbasierter Fledermausschutz in Windkraftvorhaben, 161-173, 2020
2020
Spatiotemporal effects on bat activity above intensively managed farmland
O Heim
Universität Potsdam, 2017
2017
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