Michał Bogdziewicz
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Responses of small mammals to clear-cutting in temperate and boreal forests of Europe: a meta-analysis and review
M Bogdziewicz, R Zwolak
European Journal of Forest Research 133, 1-11, 2014
452014
How do vertebrates respond to mast seeding?
M Bogdziewicz, R Zwolak, Crone, Elizabeth E.
Oikos 125, 300-307, 2016
442016
Advantages of masting in European beech: timing of granivore satiation and benefits of seed caching support the predator dispersal hypothesis
R Zwolak, M Bogdziewicz, A Wróbel, E Crone
Oecologia 180, 749-758, 2016
362016
Effects of nitrogen deposition on reproduction in a masting tree: benefits of higher seed production are trumped by negative biotic interactions
M Bogdziewicz, EE Crone, MA Steele, R Zwolak
Journal of Ecology 105, 310-320, 2017
312017
Masting in wind-pollinated trees: system-specific roles of weather and pollination dynamics in driving seed production
M Bogdziewicz, J Szymkowiak, I Kasprzyk, Ł Grewling, Z Borowski, ...
Ecology 98 (10), 2615–2625, 2017
272017
Beech masting modifies the response of rodents to forest management
R Zwolak, M Bogdziewicz, L Rychlik
Forest Ecology and Management 359, 268–276, 2016
232016
It is raining mice and voles: which weather conditions influence the activity of Apodemus flavicollis and Myodes glareolus?
A Wróbel, M Bogdziewicz
European Journal of Wildlife Research 61 (3), 475-478, 2015
212015
The Moran effect and environmental vetoes: phenological synchrony and drought drive seed production in a Mediterranean oak
M Bogdziewicz, M Fernández-Martínez, R Bonal, J Belmonte, JM Espelta
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 284, 20171784, 2017
202017
Diet composition of Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) in different freshwater habitats of temperate Europe: a review and meta-analysis
A Krawczyk, M Bogdziewicz, K Majkowska, A Głazaczow
Mammal Review 46, 106-113, 2016
182016
Correlated seed failure as an environmental veto to synchronize reproduction of masting plants
M Bogdziewicz, MA Steele, S Marino, EE Crone
New Phytologist 219 (1), 98-108, 2018
152018
Invasive oaks escape pre-dispersal insect seed predation and trap enemies in their seeds
M Bogdziewicz, R Bonal, JM Espelta, E Kalemba, MA Steele, R Zwolak
Integrative Zoology 13 (3), 228-237, 2018
152018
Diet of the American mink Neovison vison in an agricultural landscape in western Poland
A Krawczyk, M Bogdziewicz, M Czyż
Folia Zoologica 62 (4), 304-310, 2013
142013
Effectiveness of predator satiation in masting oaks is negatively affected by conspecific density
M Bogdziewicz, JM Espelta, A Muńoz, JM Aparicio, R Bonal
Oecologia 186 (4), 983–993, 2018
122018
Sex differences in flea infections among rodent hosts: is there a male bias?
K Kowalski, M Bogdziewicz, U Eichert, L Rychlik
Parasitology Research 114 (1), 337-341, 2015
112015
Consumer-mediated indirect interaction with a native plant lowers the fitness of an invasive competitor
M Bogdziewicz, N Lichti, R Zwolak
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 12-22, 2019
102019
Snapshot of micro-animals and associated biotic and abiotic environmental variables on the edge of South-West Greenland ice sheet
K Zawierucha, J Buda, M Pietryka, D Richter, E Łokas, ...
Limnology 19 (1), 141–150, 2018
92018
Oak acorn crop and Google search volume predict Lyme disease risk in temperate Europe
M Bogdziewicz, J Szymkowiak
Basic and Applied Ecology 17 (4), 300–307, 2016
92016
Negative effects of density on space use of small mammals differ with the phase of the masting-induced population cycle
M Bogdziewicz, R Zwolak, L Redosh, L Rychlik, EE Crone
Ecology and Evolution 6, 8423–8430, 2016
62016
Increased temperature delays the late-season phenology of multivoltine insect
A Głazaczow, D Orwin, M Bogdziewicz
Scientific Reports 6 (38022), 2016
52016
Differentiation of flea communities infesting small mammals across selected habitats of the Baltic coast, central lowlands and southern mountains of Poland
K Kowalski, U Eichert, M Bogdziewicz, L Rychlik
Parasitology Research 113, 1725-1734, 2014
52014
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