Her main research concerns Ecology, Biological sciences, Phylloscopus trochilus, Warbler and Turtle. Ecology and Fishery are commonly linked in her work. She has researched Phylloscopus trochilus in several fields, including Evolutionary biology and Hybrid zone.
Her Hybrid zone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trochilus and Cline. In Warbler, Susanne Åkesson works on issues like Willow, which are connected to Parasitism, Host, Sexual selection and Zoology. Susanne Åkesson focuses mostly in the field of Turtle, narrowing it down to matters related to Oceanography and, in some cases, Nest and Satellite telemetry.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Earth's magnetic field, Nocturnal, Phylloscopus trochilus and Zoology. She incorporates Ecology and Biological sciences in her research. Her Nocturnal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bird migration, Passerine, Physical geography and Sunset.
Her Sunset research incorporates elements of Twilight and Dusk. Her Phylloscopus trochilus study combines topics in areas such as Subspecies, Cline and Hybrid zone. Her work carried out in the field of Compass brings together such families of science as Course, Skylight and Sunrise.
Susanne Åkesson focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Foraging, Nocturnal and Bird migration. Her work in Apus, Apus pallidus, Insectivore, Common swift and Seasonality is related to Ecology. Her studies deal with areas such as Trochilus, Crepuscular and White as well as Zoology.
Her Foraging research integrates issues from Prevailing winds, Fishery and Seabird. Her work on Zugunruhe as part of general Nocturnal study is frequently linked to Local variation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Animal ecology, Juvenile, Phylloscopus trochilus and Solar compass.
Her primary areas of study are Range, Bird migration, Ecology, Atmospheric sciences and Apus pallidus. Her studies in Range integrate themes in fields like Landfall and Heading, Geodesy. Her Bird migration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Evolutionary biology and Circannual rhythm.
Her study in Insectivore, Optimal foraging theory, Dry season, Phenology and Seasonality is done as part of Ecology. The various areas that Susanne Åkesson examines in her Apus pallidus study include Apus, Common swift, Light level and Feather. Her study focuses on the intersection of Full moon and fields such as Nocturnal with connections in the field of Foraging.
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Long-distance migration: evolution and determinants
Thomas Alerstam;Anders Hedenström;Susanne Åkesson.
The implications of location accuracy for the interpretation of satellite-tracking data
GC Hays;Susanne Åkesson;BJ Godley;P Luschi.
Animal Behaviour (2001)
How Migrants Get There: Migratory Performance and Orientation
Susanne Åkesson;Anders Hedenström.
Wind selectivity of migratory flight departures in birds
Susanne Åkesson;Anders Hedenström.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2000)
Polarized light cues underlie compass calibration in migratory songbirds
Rachel Muheim;Rachel Muheim;John B. Phillips;Susanne Åkesson.
The genetics of migration on the move.
Miriam Liedvogel;Susanne Åkesson;Staffan Bensch.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2011)
MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR VARIATION ACROSS A MIGRATORY DIVIDE IN WILLOW WARBLERS, PHYLLOSCOPUS TROCHILUS.
Staffan Bensch;Tord Andersson;Susanne Åkesson.
Grand challenges in migration biology
Melissa S. Bowlin;Isabelle-Anne Bisson;Judy Shamoun-Baranes;Jonathan D. Reichard.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2010)
Stable isotopes examined across a migratory divide in Scandinavian willow warblers (Phylloscopus trochilus trochilus and Phylloscopus trochilus acredula) reflect their African winter quarters
CP Chamberlain;Staffan Bensch;X Feng;Susanne Åkesson.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2000)
Assessing accuracy and utility of satellite-tracking data using Argos-linked Fastloc-GPS
M. J. Witt;Susanne Åkesson;A. C. Broderick;M. S. Coyne.
Animal Behaviour (2010)
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