Jesper Madsen
Jesper Madsen
Professor, Aarhus University, Denmark
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Ecological dynamics across the Arctic associated with recent climate change
E Post, MC Forchhammer, MS Bret-Harte, TV Callaghan, TR Christensen, ...
science 325 (5946), 1355-1358, 2009
Goose populations of the Western Palearctic: A review of status and distribution
J Madsen, G Cracknell, AD Fox
National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark and Wetlands …, 1999
Pay‐offs and penalties of competing migratory schedules
R Drent, C Both, M Green, J Madsen, T Piersma
Oikos 103 (2), 274-292, 2003
Impacts of disturbance on migratory waterfowl
J Madsen
Ibis 137, S67-S74, 1995
Behavioural and distributional effects of hunting disturbance on waterbirds in Europe: implications for refuge design
AD Fox, J Madsen
Journal of applied ecology, 1-13, 1997
Impacts of hunting disturbance on waterbirds‐a review
J Madsen, AD Fox
Wildlife biology 1 (4), 193-207, 1995
Current estimates of goose population sizes in western Europe, a gap analysis and an assessment of trends
AD Fox, BS Ebbinge, C Mitchell, T Heinicke, T Aarvak, K Colhoun, ...
Ornis svecica 20 (3–4), 115–127-115–127, 2010
Effects of agricultural change on abundance, fitness components and distribution of two arctic‐nesting goose populations
AD Fox, J Madsen, H Boyd, E Kuijken, DW Norriss, IM Tombre, DA Stroud
Global Change Biology 11 (6), 881-893, 2005
Impact of disturbance on field utilization of pink-footed geese in West Jutland, Denmark
J Madsen
Biological Conservation 33 (1), 53-63, 1985
Experimental refuges for migratory waterfowl in Danish wetlands. II. Tests of hunting disturbance effects
J Madsen
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (3), 398-417, 1998
Effects of wind turbines and other physical elements on field utilization by pink-footed geese (Anser brachyrhynchus): A landscape perspective
JK Larsen, J Madsen
Landscape ecology 15, 755-764, 2000
Experimental refuges for migratory waterfowl in Danish wetlands. I. Baseline assessment of the disturbance effects of recreational activities
J Madsen
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (3), 386-397, 1998
Threatened species to super-abundance: The unexpected international implications of successful goose conservation
AD Fox, J Madsen
Ambio 46, 179-187, 2017
Multi-decadal changes in tundra environments and ecosystems: synthesis of the International Polar Year-Back to the Future Project (IPY-BTF)
TV Callaghan, CE Tweedie, J Ĺkerman, C Andrews, J Bergstedt, ...
Ambio 40, 705-716, 2011
Autumn feeding ecology of herbivorous wildfowl in the Danish Wadden Sea, and impact of food supplies and shooting on movements.
J Madsen
Modelling behavioural and fitness consequences of disturbance for geese along their spring flyway
M Klaassen, S Bauer, J Madsen, I Tombre
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (1), 92-100, 2006
Linking public participation in scientific research to the indicators and needs of international environmental agreements
F Danielsen, K Pirhofer‐Walzl, TP Adrian, DR Kapijimpanga, ND Burgess, ...
Conservation Letters 7 (1), 12-24, 2014
Animal behavioral adaptation to changing landscapes: spring-staging geese habituate to wind farms
J Madsen, D Boertmann
Landscape ecology 23, 1007-1011, 2008
The relevance of environmental conditions for departure decision changes en route in migrating geese
S Bauer, P Gienapp, J Madsen
Ecology 89 (7), 1953-1960, 2008
Effects of snow cover on the timing and success of reproduction in high-Arctic pink-footed geese Anser brachyrhynchus
J Madsen, M Tamstorf, M Klaassen, N Eide, C Glahder, F Rigét, ...
Polar biology 30, 1363-1372, 2007
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