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Graeme C Hays, Susanne Akesson, Annette C Broderick, Fiona Glen, Brendan J Godley, Floriano Papi, Paolo Luschi. Proc Biol Sci 2003
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89 articles co-cited >1



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Animal behaviour: geomagnetic map used in sea-turtle navigation.
Kenneth J Lohmann, Catherine M F Lohmann, Llewellyn M Ehrhart, Dean A Bagley, Timothy Swing. Nature 2004
114
48

Marine turtles use geomagnetic cues during open-sea homing.
Paolo Luschi, Simon Benhamou, Charlotte Girard, Stephane Ciccione, David Roos, Joël Sudre, Silvano Benvenuti. Curr Biol 2007
44
40

Regional magnetic fields as navigational markers for sea turtles.
K J Lohmann, S D Cain, S A Dodge, C M Lohmann. Science 2001
114
37

Open-sea migration of magnetically disturbed sea turtles.
F Papi, P Luschi, S Akesson, S Capogrossi, G C Hays. J Exp Biol 2000
21
38


The sensory ecology of ocean navigation.
Kenneth J Lohmann, Catherine M F Lohmann, Courtney S Endres. J Exp Biol 2008
58
25

True navigation and magnetic maps in spiny lobsters.
Larry C Boles, Kenneth J Lohmann. Nature 2003
131
22


Orientation and open-sea navigation in sea turtles
Lohmann, Lohmann. J Exp Biol 1996
43
22

The diving behaviour of green turtles undertaking oceanic migration to and from Ascension Island: dive durations, dive profiles and depth distribution.
G C Hays, S Akesson, A C Broderick, F Glen, B J Godley, P Luschi, C Martin, J D Metcalfe, F Papi. J Exp Biol 2001
20
25




Marine animal behaviour: neglecting ocean currents can lead us up the wrong track.
Philippe Gaspar, Jean-Yves Georges, Sabrina Fossette, Arnaud Lenoble, Sandra Ferraroli, Yvon Le Maho. Proc Biol Sci 2006
48
18

Longitude perception and bicoordinate magnetic maps in sea turtles.
Nathan F Putman, Courtney S Endres, Catherine M F Lohmann, Kenneth J Lohmann. Curr Biol 2011
71
18

The physics and neurobiology of magnetoreception.
Sönke Johnsen, Kenneth J Lohmann. Nat Rev Neurosci 2005
192
14

Orientation in the wandering albatross: interfering with magnetic perception does not affect orientation performance.
F Bonadonna, C Bajzak, S Benhamou, K Igloi, P Jouventin, H P Lipp, G Dell'Omo. Proc Biol Sci 2005
38
14

Fidelity and over-wintering of sea turtles.
Annette C Broderick, Michael S Coyne, Wayne J Fuller, Fiona Glen, Brendan J Godley. Proc Biol Sci 2007
62
14

Magnetic maps in animals: nature's GPS.
Kenneth J Lohmann, Catherine M F Lohmann, Nathan F Putman. J Exp Biol 2007
120
14



Bird orientation: compensation for wind drift in migrating raptors is age dependent.
Kasper Thorup, Thomas Alerstam, Mikael Hake, Nils Kjellén. Proc Biol Sci 2003
66
11

Waved albatrosses can navigate with strong magnets attached to their head.
Henrik Mouritsen, Kathryn P Huyvaert, Barrie J Frost, David J Anderson. J Exp Biol 2003
28
11

Magnetic orientation and magnetoreception in birds and other animals.
Wolfgang Wiltschko, Roswitha Wiltschko. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 2005
238
11

Navigation and seasonal migratory orientation in juvenile sea turtles.
Larisa Avens, Kenneth J Lohmann. J Exp Biol 2004
20
15


Transoceanic migration, spatial dynamics, and population linkages of white sharks.
Ramón Bonfil, Michael Meÿer, Michael C Scholl, Ryan Johnson, Shannon O'Brien, Herman Oosthuizen, Stephan Swanson, Deon Kotze, Michael Paterson. Science 2005
118
11



Perception of ocean wave direction by sea turtles
Lohmann, Swartz, Lohmann. J Exp Biol 1995
12
25

Magnetic maps in animals: a theory comes of age?
Michael J Freake, Rachel Muheim, John B Phillips. Q Rev Biol 2006
47
11

Current transport of leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in the ocean.
P Luschi, A Sale, R Mencacci, G R Hughes, J R E Lutjeharms, F Papi. Proc Biol Sci 2003
17
17

Persistent leatherback turtle migrations present opportunities for conservation.
George L Shillinger, Daniel M Palacios, Helen Bailey, Steven J Bograd, Alan M Swithenbank, Philippe Gaspar, Bryan P Wallace, James R Spotila, Frank V Paladino, Rotney Piedra,[...]. PLoS Biol 2008
53
11

The use of odors at different spatial scales: comparing birds with fish.
Jennifer L DeBose, Gabrielle A Nevitt. J Chem Ecol 2008
43
11

Visual accommodation in the green turtle.
D W Ehrenfeld, A L Koch. Science 1967
19
15


Geographical and temporal flexibility in the response to crosswinds by migrating raptors.
Raymond H G Klaassen, Mikael Hake, Roine Strandberg, Thomas Alerstam. Proc Biol Sci 2011
40
11

The role of geomagnetic cues in green turtle open sea navigation.
Simon Benhamou, Joël Sudre, Jérome Bourjea, Stéphane Ciccione, Angelo De Santis, Paolo Luschi. PLoS One 2011
11
27





Electronic tagging and population structure of Atlantic bluefin tuna.
Barbara A Block, Steven L H Teo, Andreas Walli, Andre Boustany, Michael J W Stokesbury, Charles J Farwell, Kevin C Weng, Heidi Dewar, Thomas D Williams. Nature 2005
174
7

Migration route and spawning area fidelity by North Sea plaice.
Ewan Hunter, Julian D Metcalfe, John D Reynolds. Proc Biol Sci 2003
20
10

Magnetic cues trigger extensive refuelling.
T Fransson, S Jakobsson, P Johansson, C Kullberg, J Lind, A Vallin. Nature 2001
60
7

Migration along orthodromic sun compass routes by arctic birds.
T Alerstam, G A Gudmundsson, M Green, A Hedenstrom. Science 2001
37
7

Migrating songbirds recalibrate their magnetic compass daily from twilight cues.
William W Cochran, Henrik Mouritsen, Martin Wikelski. Science 2004
149
7


Magnetic orientation of spiny lobsters in the ocean: experiments with undersea coil systems
Lohmann, Pentcheff, Nevitt, Stetten, Zimmer-Faust, Jarrard, Boles. J Exp Biol 1995
49
7

Ultrastructural analysis of a putative magnetoreceptor in the beak of homing pigeons.
Gerta Fleissner, Elke Holtkamp-Rötzler, Marianne Hanzlik, Michael Winklhofer, Günther Fleissner, Nikolai Petersen, Wolfgang Wiltschko. J Comp Neurol 2003
151
7


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.