Jakub Z. Kosicki
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Do White Storks Ciconia ciconia always profit from an early return to their breeding grounds?
KJZ Tryjanowski, P.
Bird study 51, 51: 222-227., 2004
Long-term changes and breeding success in relation to nesting structures used by the white stork, Ciconia ciconia
P Tryjanowski, JZ Kosicki, S Kuźniak, TH Sparks
Annales Zoologici Fennici 46 (1), 34-38, 2009
Changes in the timing and pattern of arrival of the White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) in western Poland
J Ptaszyk, J Kosicki, TH Sparks, P Tryjanowski
Journal für Ornithologie 144 (3), 323-329, 2003
Complex phenological changes and their consequences in the breeding success of a migratory bird, the white stork Ciconia ciconia
O Gordo, P Tryjanowski, JZ Kosicki, M Fulín
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (5), 1072-1086, 2013
Food composition and energy demand of the White Stork Ciconia ciconia breeding population. Literature survey and preliminary results from Poland
JZ Kosicki, P Profus, PT Dolata, M Tobółka
The White Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and conservation …, 2006
Relationship between nutritional status and pulmonary function in adult cystic fibrosis patients
J Gozdzik, S Cofta, T Piorunek, H Batura-Gabryel, J Kosicki
J Physiol Pharmacol 59 (suppl 6), 253-260, 2008
The relationship between population means and variances of reproductive success differs between local populations of white stork (Ciconia ciconia)
P Tryjanowski, TH Sparks, Z Jakubiec, L Jerzak, JZ Kosicki, S Kuźniak, ...
Population Ecology 47 (2), 119-125, 2005
Ancient DNA reveals matrilineal continuity in present-day Poland over the last two millennia
A Juras, M Dabert, A Kushniarevich, H Malmström, M Raghavan, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e110839, 2014
Does arrival date influence autumn departure of the White Stork Ciconia ciconia?
J Kosicki, T Sparks, P Tryjanowski
Ornis Fennica 81 (2), 91-95, 2004
Effect of weather conditions on nestling survival in the White Stork Ciconia ciconia population
JZ Kosicki
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 24 (2), 140-148, 2012
Reproductive success of the white stork Ciconia ciconia population in intensively cultivated farmlands in western Poland
Ardeola 57 (2), 243-255, 2010
Staying young and fit? Ontogenetic and phylogenetic consequences of animal anhydrobiosis
Ł Kaczmarek, M Roszkowska, D Fontaneto, M Jezierska, B Pietrzak, ...
Journal of Zoology 309 (1), 1-11, 2019
House sparrows benefit from the conservation of white storks
JZ Kosicki, TH Sparks, P Tryjanowski
Naturwissenschaften 94 (5), 412-415, 2007
Effect of climate, topography and habitat on species-richness of breeding birds in Poland
JZ Kosicki, P Chylarecki
Basic and applied ecology 13 (5), 475-483, 2012
Effects of breeding date and weather on nestling development in White Storks Ciconia ciconia
JZ Kosicki, P Indykiewicz
Bird Study 58 (2), 178-185, 2011
The Hooded Crow Corvus cornix density as a predictor of wetland bird species richness on a large geographical scale in Poland
JZ Kosicki, P Chylarecki
Ecological indicators 38, 50-60, 2014
Habitat selection of the Ortolan bunting Emberiza hortulana in Poland: predictions from large-scale habitat elements
JZ Kosicki, P Chylarecki
Ecological research 27 (2), 347-355, 2012
Can the tardigrade Hypsibius dujardini survive in the absence of the geomagnetic field?
W Erdmann, B Idzikowski, W Kowalski, B Szymański, JZ Kosicki, ...
PLoS One 12 (9), e0183380, 2017
Should topographic metrics be considered when predicting species density of birds on a large geographical scale? A case of Random Forest approach
JZ Kosicki
Ecological Modelling 349, 76-85, 2017
Generalised Additive Models and Random Forest Approach as effective methods for predictive species density and functional species richness
JZ Kosicki
Environmental and ecological statistics 27 (2), 273-292, 2020
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