Cemal Can Bilgin

Department of Biology
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Connecting the data landscape of long-term ecological studies: The SPI-Birds data hub
Culina, Antica; et. al. (Wiley, 2020-12-01)
The integration and synthesis of the data in different areas of science is drastically slowed and hindered by a lack of standards and networking programmes. Long-term studies of individually marked animals are not an excep...
Species level classification of Mediterranean sparse forests-maquis formations using Sentinel-2 imagery
Caglayan, Semiha Demirbas; Leloğlu, Uğur Murat; Ginzler, Christian; Psomas, Achilleas; Zeydanlı, Uğur Siyami; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Waser, Lars T. (2020-07-01)
Essential forest ecosystem services can be assessed by better understanding the diversity of vegetation, specifically those of Mediterranean region. A species level classification of maquis would be useful in understanding...
Song overlapping, noise, and territorial aggression in great tits
Akcay, Caglar; Porsuk, Y. Kagan; Avsar, Alican; Cabuk, Dilan; Bilgin, Cemal Can (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2020-05-01)
Communication often happens in noisy environments where interference from the ambient noise and other signalers may reduce the effectiveness of signals which may lead to more conflict between interacting individuals. Signa...
Unsustainable harvest of water frogs in southern Turkey for the European market
Çiçek, Kerim; Ayaz, Dinçer; Afsar, Murat; Bayrakcl, Yusuf; Pekşen, Çigdem Akln; Cumhuriyet, Oguzkan; Ismail, Ilhan Bayram; Yenmiş, Melodi; Üstündag, Erdal; Tok, Cemal Varol; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Akçakaya, H. Reşit (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2020-01-01)
Frogs have been harvested from the wild for the last 40 years in Turkey. We analysed the population dynamics of Anatolian water frogs (Pelophylax spp.) in the Seyhan and Ceyhan Deltas during 2013–2015. We marked a total of...
Genetic diversity is retained in a bottlenecked Cinereous Vulture population in Turkey
Çakmak, Emel; Akin Pekşen, Çİğdem; Kİrazli, Cİhangİr; Yamaç, Elİf; Bensch, Staffan; Bilgin, Cemal Can (Wiley, 2019-10-01)
Vulture populations worldwide have suffered precipitous declines in recent decades. The Cinereous Vulture Aegypius monachus, a highly philopatric scavenger distributed across southern Europe and the central Asian plateau, ...
Extremely Low Mitochondrial DNA Diversity in a near Threatened Species, the Cinereous Vulture Aegypius monachus in Turkey
Çakmak, Emel; Akin Pekçen, Çiǧdem; Kirazli, Cihangir; Yamaç, Elif; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2019-04-01)
The Cinereous Vulture Aegypius monachus is a near threatened raptor that occurs in isolated populations across its range. The only comprehensive genetic study performed so far excluded samples from Turkey, although this ar...
Nest site selection patterns of a local Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus population in Turkey
Sen, Bilgecan; Tavares, Jose P.; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2017-12-01)
We report the size and density of an Egyptian Vulture population in Turkey and provide insight into its nest site selection patterns. The study was carried out at Beypazar (Turkey), holding one of the densest Egyptian Vult...
Archaeogenomic analysis of the first steps of Neolithization in Anatolia and the Aegean
Kilinc, Gulsah Merve; KOPTEKIN, Dilek; Atakuman, Çiğdem; SUMER, Arev Pelin; DONERTAS, Handan Melike; YAKA, Reyhan; Bilgin, Cemal Can; BÜYÜKKARAKAYA, ALİ METİN; Baird, Douglas; ALTINISIK, Ezgi; FLEGONTOV, Pavel; Gotherstrom, Anders; TOGAN, Inci; Somel, Mehmet (2017-11-29)
The Neolithic transition in west Eurasia occurred in two main steps: the gradual development of sedentism and plant cultivation in the Near East and the subsequent spread of Neolithic cultures into the Aegean and across Eu...
Designs for Nest Box, Owl Stopper, and Patio Trap for Otus scops Research
Göçer, Elif; Johnson, David H; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Türk, Mehmet Gürkan (null; 2017-09-30)
In 2017, we began conducting migration and demographic work on the Scops Owl Otus scops in Turkey. This methods paper is focused on three practical aspects of conducting Scops Owl research using nest boxes and related equi...
Strong population structure in a species manipulated by humans since the Neolithic: the European fallow deer (Dama dama dama)
Baker, K. H.; Gray, H. W. I.; Ramovs, V.; Mertzanidou, D.; AKIN PEKŞEN, Çiğdem; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Sykes, N.; Hoelzel, A. R. (2017-07-01)
Species that have been translocated and otherwise manipulated by humans may show patterns of population structure that reflect those interactions. At the same time, natural processes shape populations, including behavioura...
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