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Weekly Citation Summary 2017 - Week 37

Weekly Citation Summary 2017 - Week 37

The following are titles of recently published papers focussing on navigation and orientation. Summaries of all have been circulated to members of the Animal Navigation Forum and full papers are available in the ANG Resources directory at the link below (available to non-members).

Mamad, O., Stumpp, L., McNamara, H. M., Ramakrishnan, C., Deisseroth, K., Reilly, R. B. & Tsanov, M. 2017 Place field assembly distribution encodes preferred locations. PLOS Biology 15, e2002365. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.2002365. Mamad1 2017

Anderson, J. M., Clegg, T. M., Véras, L. V. M. V. Q. & Holland, K. N. 2017 Insight into shark magnetic field perception from empirical observations. Scientific Reports 7, 11042. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-11459-8. Anderson9 2017

Stöckl, A. S., J; O'Caroll, D.; Warrant, E. . 2017 Resolving the Trade-off Between Visual Sensitivity and Spatial Acuity—Lessons from Hawkmoths. Integrative and Comparative Biology icx058. doi: 10.1093/icb/icx058. Stoeckl1 2017

Kolarik, B. S., Baer, T., Shahlaie, K., Yonelinas, A. P. & Ekstrom, A. D. 2017 Close but no cigar: Spatial precision deficits following medial temporal lobe lesions provide novel insight into theoretical models of navigation and memory. Hippocampus, n/a-n/a. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22801. Kolarik1 2017

Mark, S., Romani, S., Jezek, K. & Tsodyks, M. 2017 Theta-paced flickering between place-cell maps in the hippocampus: A model based on short-term synaptic plasticity. Hippocampus 27, 959-970. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22743. Mark1 2017

Ciofini, A. & Ugolini, A. 2017 Sun and moon compasses in Tylos europaeus (Crustacea Isopoda). Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 1-10.
doi: 10.1080/03949370.2017.1344731. Ciofini1 2017

Vanderelst, D. & Peremans, H. 2017 A computational model of mapping in echolocating bats. Animal Behaviour 131, 73-88. doi: http://dx. Vanderelst2 2017

Watts, H. E., Cornelius, J. M., Fudickar, A. M., Pérez, J. & Ramenofsky, M. 2017 Understanding variation in migratory movements: A mechanistic approach. General and Comparative Endocrinology. doi: http://dx. Watts3 2017

  • 15 September 2017
  • Animal Navigation Group

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