Marcel M. Lambrechts mainly focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Nest, Cyanistes and Species richness. Marcel M. Lambrechts incorporates Ecology and Reproduction in his research. His research integrates issues of Breed, Evergreen, Foraging and Deciduous in his study of Habitat.
His study in Nest is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Aromatic plants, Host, Olfaction and Parus caeruleus. His work deals with themes such as Fledge and Caterpillar, which intersect with Species richness. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ficedula, Nest box and Nesting in addition to Parus.
Ecology, Nest, Zoology, Cyanistes and Habitat are his primary areas of study. His Ecology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Parus caeruleus. Marcel M. Lambrechts works mostly in the field of Nest, limiting it down to concerns involving Protocalliphora and, occasionally, Infestation.
The Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Corticosterone and photoperiodism. Marcel M. Lambrechts has included themes like Range, Phenology, Botany, Passerine and Yolk in his Cyanistes study. The concepts of his Habitat study are interwoven with issues in Deciduous, Mainland, Species richness, Mediterranean climate and Evergreen.
Marcel M. Lambrechts mainly investigates Ecology, Cyanistes, Parus, Avian clutch size and Nest. Ecology is represented through his Nest box, Habitat, Predation, Sexual selection and Nesting research. His Cyanistes research incorporates themes from Range, Passerine, Seasonal breeder and Phenology.
His Parus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ficedula and Urbanization. His studies in Avian clutch size integrate themes in fields like Fledge, Intraspecific competition and Interspecific competition. His Nest study is concerned with the field of Zoology as a whole.
Marcel M. Lambrechts spends much of his time researching Ecology, Nest, Avian clutch size, Sexual selection and Zoology. In his study, Marcel M. Lambrechts carries out multidisciplinary Ecology and Clutch research. His study connects Bird conservation and Nest.
His Cyanistes study combines topics in areas such as Plumage, Seasonal breeder, Feather and Reproduction. His Fledge research includes elements of Urbanization, Parus, Coevolution and Phenotypic plasticity. Marcel M. Lambrechts has researched Predation in several fields, including Natural selection, Host–parasite coevolution and Microclimate.
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Global Climate Change Leads to Mistimed Avian Reproduction
Advances in Ecological Research (2004)
Energetic and fitness costs of mismatching resource supply and demand in seasonally breeding birds.
The design of artificial nestboxes for the study of secondary hole-nesting birds: a review of methodological inconsistencies and potential biases
Marcel M. Lambrechts;Frank Adriaensen;Daniel R. Ardia;Alexandr V. Artemyev.
Acta Ornithologica (2010)
The design and function of birds' nests
Mark C. Mainwaring;Ian R. Hartley;Marcel M. Lambrechts;D. Charles Deeming.
Ecology and Evolution (2014)
The effect of habitat quality on foraging patterns, provisioning rate and nestling growth in Corsican Blue Tits Parus caeruleus
Blue tits use selected plants and olfaction to maintain an aromatic environment for nestlings
Ecology Letters (2002)
VARIATION IN BLUE TIT BREEDING PERFORMANCE ACROSS GRADIENTS IN HABITAT RICHNESS
Selection-Based Biodiversity at a Small Spatial Scale in a Low-Dispersing Insular Bird
A Thirty-Year Study of Phenotypic and Genetic Variation of Blue Tits in Mediterranean Habitat Mosaics
A Single Response Mechanism is Responsible for Evolutionary Adaptive Variation in a Bird's Laying Date
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
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