Publicaties

Da Silva A, de Jong M, van Grunsven R, Visser ME, Kempenaers B, Spoelstra K (2017) Experimental illumination of a forest: no effects of lights of different colours on the onset of the dawn chorus in songbirds. Royal Society Open Science 4(1) 160638

van Grunsven R, Joosten K, Creemers R (2016) Effect straatverlichting op paddentrek. Tijdschrift RAVON 58(17) 56-58

van Grunsven R, Creemers R, Joosten K, Donners M, Veenendaal EM (2016) Behaviour of migrating toads under artificial lights differs from other phases of their life cycle. Amphibia-Reptilia. doi: 10.1163/15685381-00003081

de Jong M, Ouyang JQ, van Grunsven R, Visser ME, Spoelstra K (2016) Do Wild Great Tits Avoid Exposure to Light at Night? PLoS ONE 11(6) e0157357

de Jong M, Jeninga L, Ouyang JQ, van Oers K, Spoelstra K, Visser ME (2016) Dose-dependent responses of avian daily rhythms to artificial light at night. Physiol Behav 155:172–179. doi: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2015.12.012

de Jong M, Ouyang JQ, Da Silva A, van Grunsven RHA, Kempenaers B, Visser ME, Spoelstra K (2015) Effects of nocturnal illumination on life-history decisions and fitness in two wild songbird species. Philos Trans R Soc B Biol Sci 370:20140128. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0128

Ouyang JQ, de Jong M, Hau M, Visser ME, van Grunsven RHA, Spoelstra K (2015) Stressful colours: corticosterone concentrations in a free-living songbird vary with the spectral composition of experimental illumination. Biol Lett 11:20150517. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2015.0517

Spoelstra K, van Grunsven RHA, Donners M, Gienapp P, Huigens ME, Slaterus R, Berendse F, Visser ME, Veenendaal E (2015) Experimental illumination of natural habitat – an experimental set-up to assess the direct and indirect ecological consequences of artificial light of different spectral composition. Philos Trans R Soc B Biol Sci 370:20140129. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0129

Spoelstra K, Visser ME (2014) The impact of artificial light on avian ecology. In: Gil D, Brumm H (eds) Avian Urban Ecology, First. Oxford University Press, pp 21–28

Swaddle JP, Francis CD, Barber JR, Cooper CB, Kyba CCM, Dominoni DM, Shannon G, Aschehoug E, Goodwin SE, Kawahara AY, Luther D, Spoelstra K, Voss M, Longcore T (2015) A framework to assess evolutionary responses to anthropogenic light and sound. Trends Ecol Evol 30:550–560. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2015.06.009

Titulaer M, Spoelstra K, Lange CYMJG, Visser ME (2012) Activity patterns during food provisioning are affected by artificial light in free living great tits (Parus major). PLoS One 7:e37377. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037377

van Geffen KG, Groot AT, van Grunsven RHA, Donners M, Berendse F, Veenendaal EM (2015a) Artificial night lighting disrupts sex pheromone in a noctuid moth. Ecol Entomol 40:401–408. doi: 10.1111/een.12202

van Geffen KG, van Eck E, de Boer RA, van Grunsven RHA, Salis L, Berendse F, Veenendaal EM (2015b) Artificial light at night inhibits mating in a Geometrid moth. Insect Conserv Divers 8:282–287. doi: 10.1111/icad.12116

van Geffen KG, van Grunsven RHA, van Ruijven J, Berendse F, Veenendaal EM (2014) Artificial light at night causes diapause inhibition and sex-specific life history changes in a moth. Ecol Evol 4:2082–2089. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1090

van Grunsven RHA, Donners M, Boekee K, Tichelaar I, van Geffen KG, Groenendijk D, Berendse F, Veenendaal EM (2014a) Spectral composition of light sources and insect phototaxis, with an evaluation of existing spectral response models. J Insect Conserv 18:225–231. doi: 10.1007/s10841-014-9633-9

van Grunsven RHA, Lham D, van Geffen KG, Veenendaal EM (2014b) Range of attraction of a 6-W moth light trap. Entomol Exp Appl 152:87–90. doi: 10.1111/eea.12196