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LÚvy walks evolve through interaction between movement and environmental complexity
M de Jager, FJ Weissing, PMJ Herman, BA Nolet, J van de Koppel
Science 332 (6037), 1551-1553, 2011
3012011
Phase separation explains a new class of self-organized spatial patterns in ecological systems
QX Liu, A Doelman, V Rottschńfer, M de Jager, PMJ Herman, M Rietkerk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (29), 11905-11910, 2013
2042013
How superdiffusion gets arrested: ecological encounters explain shift from LÚvy to Brownian movement
M De Jager, F Bartumeus, A K÷lzsch, FJ Weissing, GM Hengeveld, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1774), 20132605, 2014
832014
Seed dispersal distributions resulting from landscape‐dependent daily movement behaviour of a key vector species, Anas platyrhynchos
E Kleyheeg, J Treep, M de Jager, BA Nolet, MB Soons
Journal of Ecology 105 (5), 1279-1289, 2017
672017
Experimental evidence for inherent LÚvy search behaviour in foraging animals
A K÷lzsch, A Alzate, F Bartumeus, M De Jager, EJ Weerman, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1807), 20150424, 2015
662015
Directed dispersal by an abiotic vector: wetland plants disperse their seeds selectively to suitable sites along the hydrological gradient via water
MB Soons, GA de Groot, MT Cuesta Ramirez, RGA Fraaije, ...
Functional Ecology, 2016
532016
Seed size regulates plant dispersal distances in flowing water
M de Jager, B Kaphingst, EL Janse, R Buisman, SGT Rinzema, MB Soons
Journal of Ecology, 2019
262019
Why mussels stick together: spatial self-organization affects the evolution of cooperation
M de Jager, FJ Weissing, J van de Koppel
Evolutionary Ecology, 1-12, 2017
212017
Costs and benefits of non‐random seed release for long‐distance dispersal in wind‐dispersed plant species
J Treep, M de Jager, LS Kuiper, T Duman, GG Katul, MB Soons
Oikos 127 (9), 1330-1343, 2018
202018
Seed Dispersal as a Search Strategy: Dynamic and Fragmented Landscapes Select for Multi-scale Movement Strategies in Plants
J Treep, M de Jager, F Bartumeus, MB Soons
Movement Ecology 9, 2021
142021
Patterning in Mussel Beds Explained by the Interplay of Multi-Level Selection and Spatial Self-Organization
M De Jager, J Van de Koppel, EJ Weerman, FJ Weissing
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8 (7), 2020
82020
Response to Comment on" Levy Walks Evolve Through Interaction Between Movement and Environmental Complexity"
M de Jager, FJ Weissing, PMJ Herman, BA Nolet, J van de Koppel
Science 335 (6071), 2012
8*2012
More grazing, more damage? Assessed yield loss on agricultural grassland relates nonlinearly to goose grazing pressure
NH Buitendijk, M de Jager, M Hornman, H Kruckenberg, A K÷lzsch, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 59 (12), 2878-2889, 2022
72022
Density-dependent and species-specific effects on self-organization modulate the resistance of mussel bed ecosystems to hydrodynamic stress
GI Zardi, KR Nicastro, CD McQuaid, M de Jager, J van de Koppel, ...
The American Naturalist 197 (5), 615-623, 2021
62021
Local abundances of terrestrial mammal and bird species around indigenous villages in Suriname
M Van Kuijk, M De Jager, M Van Oosterhout, L De Laender, M Parahoe
Conservation Science and Practice, e12699, 2022
52022
Modelling the spatial dynamics of Maui dolphins using individual-based models
M de Jager, GM Hengeveld, WM Mooij, E Slooten
Ecological modelling 402, 59-65, 2019
42019
Limiting scaring activities reduces economic costs associated with foraging barnacle geese: Results from an individual‐based model
M de Jager, NH Buitendijk, JM Baveco, P van Els, BA Nolet
Journal of Applied Ecology 60 (9), 1790-1802, 2023
22023
Eco-evolutionary feedbacks in self-organized ecosystems
M de Jager
22015
Critical transitions and evolutionary hysteresis in movement: Habitat fragmentation can cause abrupt shifts in dispersal that are difficult to revert
M de Jager & M. B. Soons
Ecology and Evolution 13 (5), 2023
12023
More management, less damage? With increasing population size, economic costs of managing geese to minimize yield losses may outweigh benefits
M De Jager, NH Buitendijk, JNY Wiegers, JHM Baveco, BA Nolet
Journal of Environmental Management 351, 119949, 2024
2024
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