Jan A. van Gils
Jan A. van Gils
Senior Scientist at NIOZ (Texel, the Netherlands)
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The flexible phenotype: a body-centred integration of ecology, physiology, and behaviour
T Piersma, JA van Gils
Oxford University Press, 2011
The ecology of information: an overview on the ecological significance of making informed decisions
KA Schmidt, SRX Dall, JA van Gils
Oikos 119 (2), 304-316, 2010
Hampered foraging and migratory performance in swans infected with low-pathogenic avian influenza A virus
JA van Gils, VJ Munster, R Radersma, D Liefhebber, RAM Fouchier, ...
PLoS One 2 (1), 2007
A three-stage symbiosis forms the foundation of seagrass ecosystems
T van der Heide, LL Govers, J de Fouw, H Olff, M van der Geest, ...
Science 336, 1432-1434, 2012
Family Scolopacidae (sandpipers, snipes and phalaropes)
T Piersma, J van Gils, P Wiersma
Handbook of the Birds of the World 3, 444-533, 1996
Body shrinkage due to Arctic warming reduces red knot fitness in tropical wintering range
JA Van Gils, S Lisovski, T Lok, W Meissner, A Ożarowska, J De Fouw, ...
Science 352 (6287), 819-821, 2016
Cost-benefit analysis of mollusc-eating in a shorebird II. Optimizing gizzard size in the face of seasonal demands
JA van Gils, T Piersma, A Dekinga, MW Dietz
Journal of experimental biology 206 (19), 3369-3380, 2003
Foraging in a tidally structured environment by red knots (Calidris canutus): ideal, but not free
JA van Gils, B Spaans, A Dekinga, T Piersma
Ecology 87 (5), 1189-1202, 2006
Digestive bottleneck affects foraging decisions in red knots Calidris canutus. I. Prey choice
JA van Gils, SR de Rooij, J van Belle, J van der Meer, A Dekinga, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 105-119, 2005
Shellfish dredging pushes a flexible avian top predator out of a marine protected area
JA van Gils, T Piersma, A Dekinga, B Spaans, C Kraan
PLoS Biology 4 (12), e376, 2006
Digestive bottleneck affects foraging decisions in red knots Calidris canutus. II. Patch choice and length of working day
JA van Gils, A Dekinga, B Spaans, WK Vahl, T Piersma
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 120-130, 2005
Incompletely informed shorebirds that face a digestive constraint maximize net energy gain when exploiting patches
JA van Gils, IW Schenk, O Bos, T Piersma
The American Naturalist 161 (5), 777-793, 2003
Holling’s functional response model as a tool to link the food-finding mechanism of a probing shorebird with its spatial distribution
T Piersma, J van Gils, P de Goeij, J Meer
Journal of Animal Ecology 64, 493-504, 1995
High-tide habitat choice: insights from modelling roost selection by shorebirds around a tropical bay
DI Rogers, PF Battley, T Piersma, JA van Gils, KG Rogers
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 563-575, 2006
Reinterpretation of gizzard sizes of red knots world-wide emphasises overriding importance of prey quality at migratory stopover sites
JA van Gils, PF Battley, T Piersma, R Drent
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1581), 2609-2618, 2005
Landscape‐scale experiment demonstrates that Wadden Sea intertidal flats are used to capacity by molluscivore migrant shorebirds
C Kraan, JA van Gils, B Spaans, A Dekinga, AI Bijleveld, M van Roomen, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (6), 1259-1268, 2009
Beyond the information centre hypothesis: communal roosting for information on food, predators, travel companions and mates?
AI Bijleveld, M Egas, JA van Gils, T Piersma
Oikos 119 (2), 277-285, 2010
Fuelling conditions at staging sites can mitigate Arctic warming effects in a migratory bird
E Rakhimberdiev, S Duijns, J Karagicheva, CJ Camphuysen, A Dekinga, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4263, 2018
Designing a benthic monitoring programme with multiple conflicting objectives
AI Bijleveld, JA van Gils, J van der Meer, A Dekinga, C Kraan, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3, 526-536, 2012
Drought, mutualism breakdown, and landscape-scale degradation of seagrass beds
J de Fouw, LL Govers, J van de Koppel, J van Belzen, W Dorigo, ...
Current Biology 26 (8), 1051-1056, 2016
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