Weak Broadband Electromagnetic Fields are More Disruptive to Magnetic Compass Orientation in a Night-Migratory Songbird (Erithacus rubecula) than Strong Narrow-Band Fields


" .. all of this could indicate that the birds were somewhat affected by the narrow-band electromagnetic fields but that their magnetic compass was not completely impaired. In contrast, the birds’ orientation was completely disrupted by the 2 kHz to 9 MHz broadband field, in which the birds showed no tendency to orient towards the appropriate direction in any of the static fields and all the r-values were very low."


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