Weak effects of geolocators on small birds: a meta-analysis controlled for phylogeny and publication bias

Vojtěch Brlík, Jaroslav Koleček, Malcolm Burgess, Steffen Hahn, Diana Humple, Miloš Krist, Janne Ouwehand, Emily L. Weiser, Peter Adamík, José A. Alves, Debora Arlt, Sanja Barišić, Detlef Becker, Eduardo J. Belda, Václav Beran, Christiaan Both, Susana P. Bravo, Martins Briedis, Bohumír Chutný, Davor Ćiković & 43 andra Nathan W. Cooper, Joana S. Costa, Víctor R. Cueto, Tamara Emmenegger, Kevin Fraser, Marina Guerrero, Michael T. Hallworth, Chris Hewson, Frédéric Jiguet, James A. Johnson, Tosha Kelly, Dmitry Kishkinev, Michel Leconte, Terje Lislevand, Simeon Lisovski, Cosme López, Kent P. McFarland, Peter P. Marra, Steven M. Matsuoka, Piotr Matyjasiak, Benjamin Metzger, Juan S. Monrós, Roland Neumann, Amy Newman, Ryan Norris, Tomas Pärt, Václav Pavel, Noah Perlut, Markus Piha, Jeroen Reneerkens, Christopher C. Rimmer, Amélie Roberto-Charron, Chiara Scandolara, Natalia Sokolova, Makiko Takenaka, Dirk Tolkmitt, Herman van Oosten, Arndt H. J. Wellbrock, Hazel Wheeler, Jan van der Winden, Klaudia Witte, Brad Woodworth, Petr Procházka

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Abstract Currently, the deployment of tracking devices is one of the most frequently used approaches to study movement ecology of birds. Recent miniaturisation of light-level geolocators enabled studying small bird species whose migratory patterns were widely unknown. However, geolocators may reduce vital rates in tagged birds and may bias obtained movement data. There is a need for a thorough assessment of the potential tag effects on small birds, as previous meta-analyses did not evaluate unpublished data and impact of multiple life-history traits, focused mainly on large species and the number of published studies tagging small birds has increased substantially. We quantitatively reviewed 549 records extracted from 74 published and 48 unpublished studies on over 7,800 tagged and 17,800 control individuals to examine the effects of geolocator tagging on small bird species (body mass
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Brlík, Vojtěch ; Koleček, Jaroslav ; Burgess, Malcolm ; Hahn, Steffen ; Humple, Diana ; Krist, Miloš ; Ouwehand, Janne ; Weiser, Emily L. ; Adamík, Peter ; Alves, José A. ; Arlt, Debora ; Barišić, Sanja ; Becker, Detlef ; Belda, Eduardo J. ; Beran, Václav ; Both, Christiaan ; Bravo, Susana P. ; Briedis, Martins ; Chutný, Bohumír ; Ćiković, Davor ; Cooper, Nathan W. ; Costa, Joana S. ; Cueto, Víctor R. ; Emmenegger, Tamara ; Fraser, Kevin ; Guerrero, Marina ; Hallworth, Michael T. ; Hewson, Chris ; Jiguet, Frédéric ; Johnson, James A. ; Kelly, Tosha ; Kishkinev, Dmitry ; Leconte, Michel ; Lislevand, Terje ; Lisovski, Simeon ; López, Cosme ; McFarland, Kent P. ; Marra, Peter P. ; Matsuoka, Steven M. ; Matyjasiak, Piotr ; Metzger, Benjamin ; Monrós, Juan S. ; Neumann, Roland ; Newman, Amy ; Norris, Ryan ; Pärt, Tomas ; Pavel, Václav ; Perlut, Noah ; Piha, Markus ; Reneerkens, Jeroen ; Rimmer, Christopher C. ; Roberto-Charron, Amélie ; Scandolara, Chiara ; Sokolova, Natalia ; Takenaka, Makiko ; Tolkmitt, Dirk ; van Oosten, Herman ; Wellbrock, Arndt H. J. ; Wheeler, Hazel ; van der Winden, Jan ; Witte, Klaudia ; Woodworth, Brad ; Procházka, Petr. / Weak effects of geolocators on small birds: a meta-analysis controlled for phylogeny and publication bias. I: Journal of Animal Ecology. 2019 ; Vol. 0, Nr. ja.
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AU - Koleček, Jaroslav

AU - Burgess, Malcolm

AU - Hahn, Steffen

AU - Humple, Diana

AU - Krist, Miloš

AU - Ouwehand, Janne

AU - Weiser, Emily L.

AU - Adamík, Peter

AU - Alves, José A.

AU - Arlt, Debora

AU - Barišić, Sanja

AU - Becker, Detlef

AU - Belda, Eduardo J.

AU - Beran, Václav

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AU - Bravo, Susana P.

AU - Briedis, Martins

AU - Chutný, Bohumír

AU - Ćiković, Davor

AU - Cooper, Nathan W.

AU - Costa, Joana S.

AU - Cueto, Víctor R.

AU - Emmenegger, Tamara

AU - Fraser, Kevin

AU - Guerrero, Marina

AU - Hallworth, Michael T.

AU - Hewson, Chris

AU - Jiguet, Frédéric

AU - Johnson, James A.

AU - Kelly, Tosha

AU - Kishkinev, Dmitry

AU - Leconte, Michel

AU - Lislevand, Terje

AU - Lisovski, Simeon

AU - López, Cosme

AU - McFarland, Kent P.

AU - Marra, Peter P.

AU - Matsuoka, Steven M.

AU - Matyjasiak, Piotr

AU - Metzger, Benjamin

AU - Monrós, Juan S.

AU - Neumann, Roland

AU - Newman, Amy

AU - Norris, Ryan

AU - Pärt, Tomas

AU - Pavel, Václav

AU - Perlut, Noah

AU - Piha, Markus

AU - Reneerkens, Jeroen

AU - Rimmer, Christopher C.

AU - Roberto-Charron, Amélie

AU - Scandolara, Chiara

AU - Sokolova, Natalia

AU - Takenaka, Makiko

AU - Tolkmitt, Dirk

AU - van Oosten, Herman

AU - Wellbrock, Arndt H. J.

AU - Wheeler, Hazel

AU - van der Winden, Jan

AU - Witte, Klaudia

AU - Woodworth, Brad

AU - Procházka, Petr

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KW - migration

KW - phenology

KW - reproduction

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