Behavioural ecologist exploring biorhythms, especially those found in the wild and during parental care. Passionate about the shorebirds and the Arctic.

His recent comparative work  – on incubation rhythms – brought together shorebird enthusiasts from across the Globe and in doing so celebrates an open and collaborative spirit of our ‘shorebird community’. Martin conducted this work (see behind the scene), and discovered the Arctic, during his PhD at Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Seewiesen, where he is currently a post-doctoral researcher. He is also a postdoc at the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. He currently investigates biorhythms in uniparentally incubating shorebirds and endogenous rhythms of red knots.

Bellow your find the additional links to his publications:

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