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Silke Voigt-Heucke

Silke Voigt-Heucke
    • Area of responsibility

      • Research on and with Citizen Science
      • Development of Citizen Science Competence Centre
      • Project Coordination EU-Citizen.Science 

      Projects

      Publications (Selection)

      7. Moczek, Nicola, Silke Voigt-Heucke, Kim Mortega, Claudia Fabó Cartas, and Jörn Knobloch. "The contribution of European Citizen Science projects to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)." Sustainability (in press)

      6. Sturm, Ulrike, Silke Voigt-Heucke, Kim G. Mortega, and Alexandra Moormann. "Die Artenkenntnis von Berliner Schüler_innen am Beispiel einheimischer Vögel." Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Naturwissenschaften 26,1 (2020): 143-155.

      5. Silke L. Voigt-Heucke, Stefanie Zimmer & Silke Kipper (2016). Does interspecific eavesdropping promote aerial aggregations in European pipistrelle bats during autumn? Ethology 122 (9), 745-757

      4. Mathilde Bessert-Nettelbeck, Silke Kipper, Conny Bartsch & Silke L. Voigt-Heucke (2013). Similar, yet different: male reed buntings (Emberiza schoeniculus) show high individual differences in song composition, rates of syllable sharing and use. Journal of Ornithology; doi:10.1007/s10336-014-1052

      3. Dina K.N. Dechmann, Martin Wikelski, H.J. van Nordwijk, Christian C. Voigt & Silke L. Voigt-Heucke (2013). Metabolic costs of bat echolocation in a non-foraging context support a role in communication Frontiers in Integrative Physiology 4: article 66.

      2. Silke L. Voigt-Heucke, Michael Taborsky & Dina K.N. Dechmann (2010). A dual function of echolocation: bats use echolocation calls to identify familiar and unfamiliar individuals. Animal Behaviour doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2010.03.025.

      1. Dina K.N. Dechmann, Silke L. Heucke, Luigi Guggioli, Kamran Safi, Christian C. Voigt & Martin Wikelski (2009). Experimental evidence for group hunting via eavesdropping in echolocating bats. Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 276: 2721-2728.