Lasse Jakobsen
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Echolocating bats emit a highly directional sonar sound beam in the field
A Surlykke, S Boel Pedersen, L Jakobsen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1658), 853-860, 2009
Vespertilionid bats control the width of their biosonar sound beam dynamically during prey pursuit
L Jakobsen, A Surlykke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (31), 13930-13935, 2010
Convergent acoustic field of view in echolocating bats
L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe, A Surlykke
Nature 493 (7430), 93-96, 2013
Intensity and directionality of bat echolocation signals
L Jakobsen, S Brinkløv, A Surlykke
Frontiers in physiology 4, 89, 2013
Superfast muscles set maximum call rate in echolocating bats
CPH Elemans, AF Mead, L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe
Science 333 (6051), 1885-1888, 2011
Echolocation call intensity and directionality in flying short-tailed fruit bats, Carollia perspicillata (Phyllostomidae)
S Brinkløv, L Jakobsen, JM Ratcliffe, EKV Kalko, A Surlykke
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129 (1), 427-435, 2011
How the bat got its buzz
JM Ratcliffe, CPH Elemans, L Jakobsen, A Surlykke
Biology Letters 9 (2), 20121031, 2013
Bats coordinate sonar and flight behavior as they forage in open and cluttered environments
B Falk, L Jakobsen, A Surlykke, CF Moss
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (24), 4356-4364, 2014
Auditory opportunity and visual constraint enabled the evolution of echolocation in bats
J Thiagavel, C Cechetto, SE Santana, L Jakobsen, EJ Warrant, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 98, 2018
Dynamics of the echolocation beam during prey pursuit in aerial hawking bats
L Jakobsen, MN Olsen, A Surlykke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (26), 8118-8123, 2015
Echolocation intensity and directionality of perching and flying fringe-lipped bats, Trachops cirrhosus (Phyllostomidae)
A Surlykke, L Jakobsen, EKV Kalko, RA Page
Frontiers in physiology 4, 143, 2013
Frequency alternation and an offbeat rhythm indicate foraging behavior in the echolocating bat, Saccopteryx bilineata
JM Ratcliffe, L Jakobsen, EKV Kalko, A Surlykke
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197, 413-423, 2011
A 2.6‐g sound and movement tag for studying the acoustic scene and kinematics of echolocating bats
L Stidsholt, M Johnson, K Beedholm, L Jakobsen, K Kugler, S Brinkløv, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (1), 48-58, 2019
Ear-body lift and a novel thrust generating mechanism revealed by the complex wake of brown long-eared bats (Plecotus auritus)
LC Johansson, J Håkansson, L Jakobsen, A Hedenström
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Echolocation beam shape in emballonurid bats, Saccopteryx bilineata and Cormura brevirostris
L Jakobsen, EKV Kalko, A Surlykke
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66, 1493-1502, 2012
Flight in ground effect dramatically reduces aerodynamic costs in bats
LC Johansson, L Jakobsen, A Hedenström
Current Biology 28 (21), 3502-3507. e4, 2018
Don’t believe the mike: behavioural, directional, and environmental impacts on recorded bat echolocation call measures
JM Ratcliffe, L Jakobsen
Canadian Journal of Zoology 96 (4), 283-288, 2018
Big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) emit intense search calls and fly in stereotyped flight paths as they forage in the wild
K Hulgard, CF Moss, L Jakobsen, A Surlykke
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (3), 334-340, 2016
Directionality of nose-emitted echolocation calls from bats without a nose leaf (Plecotus auritus)
L Jakobsen, J Hallam, CF Moss, A Hedenström
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (3), jeb171926, 2018
How loud can you go? Physical and physiological constraints to producing high sound pressures in animal vocalizations
L Jakobsen, J Christensen-Dalsgaard, PM Juhl, CPH Elemans
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 657254, 2021
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