Holger R. Goerlitz, Dr.

Affiliations: 
1998-2005 Animal Physiology University of Tuebingen, Germany, Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
 2005-2008 Neurobiology LMU Munich, Germany, München, Bayern, Germany 
 2008-2012 School of Biological Sciences University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
 2012- Acoustic and Functinal Ecology Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen 
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Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler grad student (Neurotree)
Björn M. Siemers grad student
Lutz Wiegrebe grad student (Neurotree)
Marc Holderied post-doc (Neurotree)
Gareth Jones post-doc School of Biological Sciences
Daniel Robert post-doc (Neurotree)
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Stidsholt L, Greif S, Goerlitz HR, et al. (2021) Hunting bats adjust their echolocation to receive weak prey echoes for clutter reduction. Science Advances. 7
Gomes DGE, Goerlitz HR. (2020) Individual differences show that only some bats can cope with noise-induced masking and distraction. Peerj. 8: e10551
Hügel T, Goerlitz HR. (2020) Light might suppress both types of sound-evoked antipredator flight in moths. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 13134-13142
Straka TM, Greif S, Schultz S, et al. (2020) The effect of cave illumination on bats Global Ecology and Conservation. 21
Goerlitz HR, Hofstede HMT, Holderied MW. (2019) Neural representation of bat predation risk and evasive flight in moths: a modelling approach. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 110082
Baier AL, Wiegrebe L, Goerlitz HR. (2019) Echo-Imaging Exploits an Environmental High-Pass Filter to Access Spatial Information with a Non-Spatial Sensor. Iscience. 14: 335-344
Egert-Berg K, Hurme ER, Greif S, et al. (2018) Resource Ephemerality Drives Social Foraging in Bats. Current Biology : Cb
Lattenkamp EZ, Kaiser S, Kaučič R, et al. (2018) Environmental acoustic cues guide the biosonar attention of a highly specialised echolocator. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Hügel T, van Meir V, Muñoz-Meneses A, et al. (2017) Does similarity in call structure or foraging ecology explain interspecific information transfer in wild Myotis bats? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71: 168
Luo J, Goerlitz HR, Brumm H, et al. (2015) Linking the sender to the receiver: vocal adjustments by bats to maintain signal detection in noise. Scientific Reports. 5: 18556
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