Daniel Lewanzik
Daniel Lewanzik
Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Department of Evolutinary Ecology
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Artificial light puts ecosystem services of frugivorous bats at risk
D Lewanzik, CC Voigt
Journal of applied ecology 51 (2), 388-394, 2014
Rain increases the energy cost of bat flight
CC Voigt, K Schneeberger, SL Voigt-Heucke, D Lewanzik
Biology letters 7 (5), 793-795, 2011
Dark matters: the effects of artificial lighting on bats
EG Rowse, D Lewanzik, EL Stone, S Harris, G Jones
Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of bats in a changing world, 187-213, 2016
Transition from conventional to light‐emitting diode street lighting changes activity of urban bats
D Lewanzik, CC Voigt
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 264-271, 2017
Trapped in the darkness of the night: thermal and energetic constraints of daylight flight in bats
CC Voigt, D Lewanzik
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1716), 2311-2317, 2011
Guidelines for consideration of bats in lighting projects
CC Voigt, C Azam, J Dekker, J Ferguson, M Fritze, S Gazaryan, F Hölker, ...
Unep/Eurobats, 2018
Out of the dark: establishing a large-scale field experiment to assess the effects of artificial light at night on species and food webs
SIJ Holzhauer, S Franke, CCM Kyba, A Manfrin, R Klenke, CC Voigt, ...
Sustainability 7 (11), 15593-15616, 2015
Insectivorous bats integrate social information about species identity, conspecific activity and prey abundance to estimate cost–benefit ratio of interactions
D Lewanzik, AK Sundaramurthy, HR Goerlitz
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (10), 1462-1473, 2019
The impact of light pollution on bats varies according to foraging guild and habitat context
CC Voigt, J Dekker, M Fritze, S Gazaryan, F Hölker, G Jones, D Lewanzik, ...
BioScience 71 (10), 1103-1109, 2021
Ecological correlates of cortisol levels in two bat species with contrasting feeding habits
D Lewanzik, DH Kelm, S Greiner, M Dehnhard, CC Voigt
General and Comparative Endocrinology 177 (1), 104-112, 2012
Continued source level reduction during attack in the low‐amplitude bat Barbastella barbastellus prevents moth evasive flight
D Lewanzik, HR Goerlitz
Functional Ecology 32 (5), 1251-1261, 2018
‘No cost of echolocation for flying bats’ revisited
CC Voigt, D Lewanzik
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 182, 831-840, 2012
Improving attitudes and knowledge in a citizen science project about urban bat ecology
H Greving, T Bruckermann, A Schumann, TM Straka, D Lewanzik, ...
Ecology and society: E&S 27 (2022), Nr. 2 27 (2), 24, 2022
Urbanisation generates multiple trait syndromes for terrestrial animal taxa worldwide
AK Hahs, B Fournier, MFJ Aronson, CH Nilon, A Herrera-Montes, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 4751, 2023
Evaluating the potential of urban areas for bat conservation with citizen science data
D Lewanzik, TM Straka, J Lorenz, L Marggraf, S Voigt-Heucke, ...
Environmental Pollution 297, 118785, 2022
Lichtverschmutzung und die Folgen für Fledermäuse
D Lewanzik, CC Voigt
Schutz der Nacht–Lichtverschmutzung, Biodiversität und Nachtlandschaft …, 2013
Task-dependent vocal adjustments to optimize biosonar-based information acquisition
D Lewanzik, HR Goerlitz
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), jeb234815, 2021
Calibrated microphone array recordings reveal that a gleaning bat emits low-intensity echolocation calls even in open-space habitat
L de Framond, T Beleyur, D Lewanzik, HR Goerlitz
Journal of Experimental Biology 226 (18), jeb245801, 2023
CC Voigt, C Azam, J Dekker, J Ferguson, M Fritze, S Gazaryan, F Hölker, ...
Guidelines for consideration of bats in lighting projects, 2018
Artificial light affects bats across climatic zones and feeding guilds
D Lewanzik
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