Mo Verhoeven
Mo Verhoeven
Postdoc, Netherlands Institutes of Ecology & Sea Research
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Comparing inferences of solar geolocation data against high‐precision GPS data: annual movements of a double‐tagged black‐tailed godwit
E Rakhimberdiev, NR Senner, MA Verhoeven, DW Winkler, W Bouten, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 47 (4), 589-596, 2016
When S iberia came to the N etherlands: the response of continental black‐tailed godwits to a rare spring weather event
NR Senner, MA Verhoeven, JM Abad‐Gómez, JS Gutiérrez, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (5), 1164-1176, 2015
Estimating the size of the Dutch breeding population of Continental Black-tailed Godwits from 2007–2015 using resighting data from spring staging sites
R Kentie, NR Senner, JCEW Hooijmeijer, R Márquez-Ferrando, ...
Ardea 104 (3), 213-225, 2016
High-altitude shorebird migration in the absence of topographical barriers: avoiding high air temperatures and searching for profitable winds
NR Senner, M Stager, MA Verhoeven, ZA Cheviron, T Piersma, W Bouten
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1881), 20180569, 2018
Adverse wind conditions during northward Sahara crossings increase the in‐flight mortality of Black‐tailed Godwits
AHJ Loonstra, MA Verhoeven, NR Senner, C Both, T Piersma
Ecology Letters 22 (12), 2060-2066, 2019
Warming springs and habitat alteration interact to impact timing of breeding and population dynamics in a migratory bird
R Kentie, T Coulson, JCEW Hooijmeijer, RA Howison, AHJ Loonstra, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (11), 5292-5303, 2018
High migratory survival and highly variable migratory behavior in black-tailed godwits
NR Senner, MA Verhoeven, JM Abad-Gómez, JA Alves, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 96, 2019
Variation from an unknown source: large inter-individual differences in migrating black-tailed godwits
MA Verhoeven, AH Loonstra, NR Senner, AD McBride, C Both, T Piersma
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 31, 2019
Sex‐specific growth in chicks of the sexually dimorphic Black‐tailed Godwit
AHJ Loonstra, MA Verhoeven, T Piersma
Ibis 160 (1), 89-100, 2018
Does wintering north or south of the Sahara correlate with timing and breeding performance in black‐tailed godwits?
R Kentie, R Marquez‐Ferrando, J Figuerola, L Gangoso, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (8), 2812-2820, 2017
Geolocators lead to better measures of timing and renesting in black‐tailed godwits and reveal the bias of traditional observational methods
MA Verhoeven, AHJ Loonstra, AD McBride, P Macias, W Kaspersma, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 51 (4), 2020
Natal habitat and sex-specific survival rates result in a male-biased adult sex ratio
AHJ Loonstra, MA Verhoeven, NR Senner, JCEW Hooijmeijer, T Piersma, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 843-851, 2019
Generational shift in spring staging site use by a long-distance migratory bird
MA Verhoeven, AHJ Loonstra, JCEW Hooijmeijer, JA Masero, T Piersma, ...
Biology Letters 14 (2), 20170663, 2018
Full lifetime perspectives on the costs and benefits of lay‐date variation in tree swallows
DW Winkler, KK Hallinger, TM Pegan, CC Taff, MA Verhoeven, ...
Ecology 101 (9), e03109, 2020
Rethinking classic starling displacement experiments: evidence for innate or for learned migratory directions?
T Piersma, AHJ Loonstra, MA Verhoeven, T Oudman
Journal of Avian Biology 51 (5), 2020
Just when you thought you knew it all: new evidence for flexible breeding patterns in Continental Black-tailed Godwits
NR Senner, MA Verhoeven, J Hooijmeijer, T Piersma
Wader Study 122 (1), 18-24, 2015
Variation in egg size of Black-tailed Godwits
MA Verhoeven, AHJ Loonstra, AD McBride, JM Tinbergen, R Kentie, ...
Ardea 107 (3), 291-302, 2020
Fuelling and moult in Red Knots before northward departure: a visual evaluation of differences between ages, sexes and subspecies
MA Verhoeven, J van Eerbeek, CJ Hassell, T Piersma
Emu-Austral Ornithology 116 (2), 158-167, 2016
Migration route, stopping sites, and non-breeding destinations of adult Black-tailed Godwits breeding in southwest Fryslân, the Netherlands
MA Verhoeven, AH Loonstra, AD McBride, C Both, NR Senner, T Piersma
Journal of Ornithology 162 (1), 61-76, 2021
Individual Black-tailed Godwits do not stick to single routes: a hypothesis on how low population densities might decrease social conformity
AHJ Loonstra, MA Verhoeven, A Zbyryt, E Schaaf, C Both, T Piersma
Ardea 107 (3), 251-261, 2020
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