Agnieszka Ozarowska
Agnieszka Ozarowska
Dept. of Ecology and Zoology University of Gdańsk
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Body shrinkage due to Arctic warming reduces red knot fitness in tropical wintering range
JA Van Gils, S Lisovski, T Lok, W Meissner, A Ożarowska, J De Fouw, ...
Science 352 (6287), 819-821, 2016
Evaluation of orientation experiment data using circular statistics – doubts and pitfalls in assumptions.
TA Busse P.
Ring 21, 107-130, 1999
Wing shape and migration in shorebirds: a comparative study
P Minias, W Meissner, R Włodarczyk, A Ożarowska, A Piasecka, ...
Ibis 157 (3), 528-535, 2015
The origin of Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla wintering on the British Isles
K Kopiec, A Ozarowska
Ornis Fennica 89 (4), 254, 2012
Autumn and spring migration of the Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus in Egypt—some interesting aspects and questions
A Ożarowska, K Stępniewska, WAL Ibrahim
Ostrich 82 (1), 49-56, 2011
Orientation of Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita), Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) and Lesser White-throat (S. curruca) on spring migration at Eilat, Israel
A Ożarowska, R Yosef, P Busse
Avian Ecol. Behav 12 (2004), 1-10, 2004
Directional behaviour of the Sedge Warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) studied in two types of orientation cages during autumn migration-a case study
P Zehtindjiev, M Ilieva, A Ozarowska, P Busse
The Ring 25 (1-2), 53, 2003
Field studies of directional preferences of the Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) and the Sedge Warbler (A. schoenobaenus) on autumn migration along the eastern and …
A Trocińska, A Leivits, C Nitecki, I Shydlovsky
The Ring 23 (1-2), 2001
Temporal trends in the timing of autumn migration of short-and long-distance migrating Blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla)
A Ożarowska, G Zaniewicz
Ornis Fennica 92 (3), 144-153, 2015
Contrasting fattening strategies in related migratory species: the blackcap, garden warbler, common whitethroat and lesser whitethroat
A Ożarowska
Annales Zoologici Fennici 52 (1–2), 115-127, 2015
A new approach to evaluate multimodal orientation behaviour of migratory passerine birds recorded in circular orientation cages
A Ożarowska, M Ilieva, P Zehtindjiev, S Ĺkesson, K Muś
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (21), 4038-4046, 2013
Gastrointestinal and respiratory exposure of water birds to endocrine disrupting phenolic compounds
K Bodziach, M Staniszewska, L Falkowska, I Nehring, A Ożarowska, ...
Science of The Total Environment 754, 142435, 2021
Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla on migration: a link between long-term population trends and migratory behaviour revealed by the changes in wing length
A Ożarowska, G Zaniewicz, W Meissner
Acta Ornithologica 51 (2), 211-219, 2016
Fuelling strategies differ among juvenile Sedge and Reed Warblers along the eastern European flyway during autumn migration
K Stepniewska, A Ozarowska, P Busse, P Zehtindjiev, M Ilieva, O Hnatyna, ...
Ornis Fennica 95 (3), 103-114, 2018
The Eurasian Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) breeding in Egypt-a new evidence?
K Stępniewska, A Ozarowska
The ring 34 (1), 45, 2012
A comparison of the Emlen funnel and Busse's flat cage for orientation studies
A Ozarowska, R Yosef
The Ring 26 (1), 59, 2004
Problems of pooling migration monitoring data from several bird ringing stations
P Busse, A Trocinska
VOGELWELT-BERLIN- 120, 389-396, 2000
Estimation of native and alkylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in seabirds from the south coast of the Baltic Sea
I Waszak, K Jonko-Sobuś, A Ożarowska, G Zaniewicz
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28 (4), 4366-4376, 2021
Spring arrival timing varies between the groups of blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla) differing in wing length
A Ożarowska, G Zaniewicz, W Meissner
Annales Zoologici Fennici 55 (1–3), 45-54, 2018
Distribution paths of endocrine disrupting phenolic compounds in waterbirds (Mergus merganser, Alca torda, Clangula hyemalis) from the Southern Baltic
K Bodziach, M Staniszewska, L Falkowska, I Nehring, A Ożarowska, ...
Science of the Total Environment 793, 148556, 2021
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