Esa Huhta
Esa Huhta
Researcher Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Luonnonvarakeskus
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Artificial nest predation and abundance of birds along an urban gradient
J Jokimäki, E Huhta
The Condor 102 (4), 838-847, 2000
Effects of landscape matrix and habitat structure on a bird community in northern Finland: a multi-scale approach
J Jokimäki, E Huhta
Ornis Fennica 73 (3), 97–113-97–113, 1996
Forest management is associated with physiological stress in an old–growth forest passerine
P Suorsa, E Huhta, A Nikula, M Nikinmaa, A Jäntti, H Helle, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Distribution of arthropods in relation to forest patch size, edge, and stand characteristics
J Jokimäki, E Huhta, J Itämies, P Rahko
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (7), 1068-1072, 1998
Ultraviolet reflection and female mate choice in the pied flycatcher, Ficedula hypoleuca
H Siitari, J Honkavaara, E Huhta, J Viitala
Animal Behaviour 63 (1), 97-102, 2002
Effects of forest patch size on physiological stress and immunocompetence in an area-sensitive passerine, the Eurasian treecreeper (Certhia familiaris): an …
P Suorsa, H Helle, V Koivunen, E Huhta, A Nikula, H Hakkarainen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Co-variation and indicators of species diversity: can richness of forest-dwelling species be predicted in northern boreal forests?
M Similä, J Kouki, M Mönkkönen, AL Sippola, E Huhta
Ecological Indicators 6 (4), 686-700, 2006
Plumage brightness of prey increases predation risk: an among‐species comparison
E Huhta, S Rytkönen, T Solonen
Ecology 84 (7), 1793-1799, 2003
Foraging conditions, tooth wear and herbivore body reserves: a study of female reindeer
I Kojola, T Helle, E Huhta, A Niva
Oecologia 117, 26-30, 1998
Distribution and reproductive success of the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca in relation to forest patch size and vegetation characteristics; the effect of scale
ESA Huhta, J JOKIMAKP, P Rahko
Ibis 140 (2), 214-222, 1998
Female kestrels gain reproductive success by choosing brightly ornamented males
P Palokangas, E Korpimäki, H Hakkarainen, E Huhta, P Tolonen, ...
Animal Behaviour 47 (2), 443-448, 1994
Breeding success of pied flycatchers in artificial forest edges: the effect of a suboptimally shaped foraging area
E Huhta, J Jokimäki, P Rahko
The Auk 116 (2), 528-535, 1999
Effects of landscape structure and forest reserve location on old-growth forest bird species in Northern Finland
L Brotons, M Mönkkönen, E Huhta, A Nikula, A Rajasärkkä
Landscape Ecology 18, 377-393, 2003
Thresholds in selection of breeding habitat by the Eurasian treecreeper (Certhia familiaris)
P Suorsa, E Huhta, A Jäntti, A Nikula, H Helle, M Kuitunen, V Koivunen, ...
Biological Conservation 121 (3), 443-452, 2005
Individual color variation and male quality in pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca): a role of ultraviolet reflectance
H Siitari, E Huhta
Behavioral Ecology 13 (6), 737-741, 2002
A test of male mating and hunting success in the kestrel: the advantages of smallness?
H Hakkarainen, E Huhta, K Lahti, P Lundvall, T Mappes, P Tolonen, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39, 375-380, 1996
Predation on artificial ground nests in relation to forest fragmentation, agricultural land and habitat structure
E Huhta, T Mappes, J Jokimäki
Ecography 19 (1), 85-91, 1996
Forest fragmentation increases nest predation in the Eurasian treecreeper
E Huhta, T Aho, A Jäntti, P Suorsa, M Kuitunen, A Nikula, H Hakkarainen
Conservation Biology 18 (1), 148-155, 2004
Predation on artificial nests in a forest dominated landscape–the effects of nest type, patch size and edge structure
E Huhta, J Jokimäki, P Helle
Ecography 21 (5), 464-471, 1998
Forest fragmentation is associated with primary brood sex ratio in the treecreeper (Certhia familiaris)
P Suorsa, H Helle, E Huhta, A Jäntti, A Nikula, H Hakkarainen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
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