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2021

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** Dayaram, A; Seeber, P; Courtiol, A; Soilemetzidou, S; Tsangaras, K; Franz, M; McEwen, GK; Azab, W; Kaczensky, P; Melzheimer, J; East, ML; Ganbaatar, O; Walzer, C; Osterrieder, N; Greenwood, AD (2021): Seasonal host and ecological drivers may promote restricted water as a viral vector. Sci Total Environ. 2021; 773:145446

** Šturm, MB; Smith, S; Ganbaatar, O; Buuveibaatar, B; Balint, B; Payne, JC; Voigt, CC; Kaczensky, P (2021): Isotope analysis combined with DNA barcoding provide new insights into the dietary niche of khulan in the Mongolian Gobi. PLoS One. 2021; 16(3):e0248294
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Lehnen, L; Mueller, T; Reinhardt, I; Kaczensky, P; Arbieu, U (2021): Gesellschaftliche Einstellungen zur Rueckkehr des Wolfes nach Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft 2021; 96(1): 27-33.

2020

** Gliga, DS; Petrova, N; Linnell, JDC; Salemgareyev, AR; Zuther, S; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2020): Dynamics of Gastro-Intestinal Strongyle Parasites in a Group of Translocated, Wild-Captured Asiatic Wild Asses in Kazakhstan. Front Vet Sci. 2020; 7:598371
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** Noonan, MJ; Fleming, CH; Tucker, MA; Kays, R; Harrison, AL; Crofoot, MC; Abrahms, B; Alberts, SC; Ali, AH; Altmann, J; Antunes, PC; Attias, N; Belant, JL; Beyer, DE; Bidner, LR [and 65 others] (2020): Effects of body size on estimation of mammalian area requirements. Conserv Biol. 2020 34 (4) 1017-1028.
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** Payne, JC; Buuveibaatar, B; Bowler, DE; Olson, KA; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2020): Hidden treasure of the Gobi: understanding how water limits range use of khulan in the Mongolian Gobi. Sci Rep. 2020; 10(1):2989
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** Soilemetzidou, ES; de Bruin, E; Eschke, K; Azab, W; Osterrieder, N; Czirják, GÁ; Buuveibaatar, B; Kaczensky, P; Koopmans, M; Walzer, C; Greenwood, AD (2020): Bearing the brunt: Mongolian khulan (Equus hemionus hemionus) are exposed to multiple influenza A strains. Vet Microbiol. 2020; 242:108605

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Buuveibaatar, B; Payne, JC; Strindberg, S; Walzer, C; Batsaikhan, N; Bolortsetseg, S; Victurine, R; Olson, KA (2020): A conservation strategy for khulan in Mongolia: background and key considerations Trondheim, Norway, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, pp. 72. ISBN: 978-82-426-4662-0.
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Kaczensky, P; Salemgareyev, AR; Zuther, S; Suttibayev, M; Adilbekova, F; Linnell, JDC (2020): Reintroduction of kulan into the central steppe of Kazakhstan: Field Report for 2018-2019 Trondheim, NINA, pp. 108. ISBN: 978-82-426-4539-5.
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Reinhardt, I; Kaczensky, P; Frank, J; Knauer, F; Kluth, G (2020): How to deal with bold wolves – Recommendations of the DBBW. BfN Skripten 577 [English translation of BfN-Skripen 502] 2. Ed. Boon, Germany, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), Germany, pp. 45.

2019

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** Arbieu, U; Mehring, M; Bunnefeld, N; Kaczensky, P; Reinhardt, I; Ansorge, H; Böhning-Gaese, K; Glikman, JA; Kluth, G; Nowak, C; Müller, T (2019): Attitudes towards returning wolves (Canis lupus) in Germany: Exposure, information sources and trust matter. Biological Conservation 2019; 234: 202-210

** Hofman, MPG; Hayward, MW; Heim, M; Marchand, P; Rolandsen, CM; Mattisson, J; Urbano, F; Heurich, M; Mysterud, A; Melzheimer, J; Morellet, N; Voigt, U; Allen, BL; Gehr, B; Rouco, C [and 103 others] (2019): Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research. PLoS One. 2019; 14(5):e0216223
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** Huber, N; Marasco, V; Painer, J; Vetter, SG; Göritz, F; Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C (2019): Leukocyte Coping Capacity: An Integrative Parameter for Wildlife Welfare Within Conservation Interventions. Front Vet Sci. 2019; 6:105
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** Joly, K; Gurarie, E; Sorum, MS; Kaczensky, P; Cameron, MD; Jakes, AF; Borg, BL; Nandintsetseg, D; Hopcraft, JGC; Buuveibaatar, B; Jones, PF; Mueller, T; Walzer, C; Olson, KA; Payne, JC [and 2 others] (2019): Longest terrestrial migrations and movements around the world. Sci Rep. 2019; 9(1):15333
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** Kaczensky, P; Khaliun, S; Payne, J; Boldgiv, B; Buuveibaatar, B; Walzer, C (2019): Through the eye of a Gobi khulan - Application of camera collars for ecological research of far-ranging species in remote and highly variable ecosystems. PLoS One. 2019; 14(6):e0217772
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** Nandintsetseg, D; Bracis, C; Leimgruber, P; Kaczensky, P; Buuveibaatar, B; Lkhagvasuren, B; Chimeddorj, B; Enkhtuvshin, S; Horning, N; Ito, TY; Olson, K; Payne, J; Walzer, C; Shinoda, M; Stabach, J [and 2 others] (2019): Variability in nomadism: environmental gradients modulate the movement behaviors of dryland ungulates. Ecosphere 2019; 10: e02924
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** Nandintsetseg, D; Bracis, C; Olson, KA; Böhning-Gaese, K; Calabrese, JM; Chimeddorj, B; Fagan, WF; Fleming, CH; Heiner, M; Kaczensky, P; Leimgruber, P; Munkhnast, D; Stratmann, T; Mueller, T (2019): Challenges in the conservation of wide-ranging nomadic species. Journal of Applied Ecology 2019; 56: 1916-1926

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Burnik Šturm, M; Spasskaya, NN; Sablin, MV; Voigt, CV; Ganbaatar, O; Smith, S; Kaczensky, P (2019): Dietary behaviour of three sympatric equid species in the Dzungarian Gobi – past and present. 32-33.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 1-10, 2019; Prague, Czech Republic. (ISBN: 978-80-213-2954-6 )

Linnell, JDC; Kaczensky, P; Salemgareyev, A; Zuther, S; Rustamov, E; Karryeva, S; Kuehn, R (2019): Reintroduction, persistence and local extinction of central Asian kulan in Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan. 32-33.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 1-10, 2019; Prague, Czech Republic.

Buch, Monografie

CMS (2019): Central Asian Mammals Migration and Linear Infrastructure Atlas UN environment & Conventiona on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) UNEP/CMS Secretariat, United Nations Premises, CMS Technical Series Publication No. 41, pp. 96.

Herausgeberschaft von Sammelwerk

Kaczensky, P; Rustamov, E; Karryeva, S; Iankov, P; Hudaykuliev, N; Saparmyradov, J; Veyisov, A; Shestopal, A; Mengliev, S; Hojamyradov, H; Potaeva, A; Kurbanov, A; Amanov, A; Khekimov, G; Tagiyev, C [and 2 others] (2019): Rapid assessments of wildlife in Turkmenistan 2018 Trondheim: NINA; pp. 118. ISBN: 978-82-426-3446-7
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2018

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** Costantini, D; Seeber, PA; Soilemetzidou, SE; Azab, W; Bohner, J; Buuveibaatar, B; Czirják, GÁ; East, ML; Greunz, EM; Kaczensky, P; Lamglait, B; Melzheimer, J; Uiseb, K; Ortega, A; Osterrieder, N [and 4 others] (2018): Physiological costs of infection: herpesvirus replication is linked to blood oxidative stress in equids. Sci Rep. 2018; 8(1):10347
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** Kaczensky, P; Kovtun, E; Habibrakhmanov, R; Hemami, M-R; Khaleghi, A; Linnell, JDC; Rustamov, E; Sklyarenko, S; Walzer, C; Zuther, S; Kuehn, R (2018): Genetic characterization of free-ranging Asiatic wild ass in Central Asia as a basis for future conservation strategies. Conservation Genetics 2018; 19: 1169-1184

** Lkhagvasuren, D; Batsaikhan, N; Fagan, WF; Ghandakly, EC; Kaczensky, P; Müller, T; Samiya, R; Schafberg, R; Stubbe, A; Stubbe, M; Ansorge, H (2018): First assessment of the population structure of the Asiatic wild ass in Mongolia. European Journal of Wildlife Research 2018; 64: 3

** Tucker, MA; Böhning-Gaese, K; Fagan, WF; Fryxell, JM; Van Moorter, B; Alberts, SC; Ali, AH; Allen, AM; Attias, N; Avgar, T; Bartlam-Brooks, H; Bayarbaatar, B; Belant, JL; Bertassoni, A; Beyer, D [and 100 others] (2018): Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science. 2018; 359(6374):466-469

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Arbieu, U; Mehring, M; Bunnefeld, N; Kaczensky, P; Reinhardt, I; Ansorge, H; Böhning-Gaese, K; Glikman, JA; Kluth, G; Nowak, C; Müller, T (2018): Information shapes attitudes and matters for human-carnivore coexistence. 6-6.-Pathways Europe 2018; SEP 16-19, 2018; Goslar, Germany.

Kaczensky, P; Salemgareyev, A; Zuther, S; Linnell, JDC (2018): Reintroduction of kulan to the Central Steppe of Kazakhstan to promote population and ecosystem level conservation. 96-96.-Conservation Asia 2018, The Society for Conservation Biology, Asia Section; AUG 1-10, 2018; Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

Linnell, JDC; Kaczensky, P; Bowler, D; Nilsen, E (2018): Success and failure at conserving focal species in two Asian protected areas. 46-46.-Conservation Asia 2018, The Society for Conservation Biology, Asia Section; AUG 1-10, 2018; Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Reza-Hemami, M; Petit, T; Ekrami, B; Zuther, S; Salemgareev, A; Linnell, J (2018): Coral Capture and Anesthesia of Asiatic Wild Ass in Iran and Kazakhstan. 243-243.-Wildlife Disease Association - 67th Annual International Conference; AUG 5-10, 2018; St. Augustine, Florida, United States (USA).

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Linnell, JDCS; Zuther, S; Salemgareyev, A; Doldin, R (2018): Reintroduction of kulan into the central steppe of Kazakhstan: Field Report for 2017 NINA Report 1459 Trondheim, NINA, pp. 47.
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2017

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** Bennett, EA; Champlot, S; Peters, J; Arbuckle, BS; Guimaraes, S; Pruvost, M; Bar-David, S; Davis, SJM; Gautier, M; Kaczensky, P; Kuehn, R; Mashkour, M; Morales-Muñiz, A; Pucher, E; Tournepiche, JF [and 11 others] (2017): Taming the late Quaternary phylogeography of the Eurasiatic wild ass through ancient and modern DNA. PLoS One. 2017; 12(4):e0174216
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** Burnik Šturm, M; Ganbaatar, O; Voigt, CC; Kaczensky, P (2017): First field-based observations of δ(2)H and δ(18)O values of event-based precipitation, rivers and other water bodies in the Dzungarian Gobi, SW Mongolia. Isotopes Environ Health Stud. 2017; 53(2):157-171
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** Burnik Šturm, M; Ganbaatar, O; Voigt, CC; Kaczensky, P (2017): Sequential stable isotope analysis reveals differences in multi-year dietary history of three sympatric equid species in SW Mongolia. J Appl Ecol. 2017; 54(4):1110-1119
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** Buuveibaatar, B; Strindberg, S; Kaczensky, P; Payne, J; Chimeddorj, B; Naranbaatar, G; Amarsaikhan, S; Dashnyam, B; Munkhzul, T; Purevsuren, T; Hosack, DA; Fuller, TK (2017): Mongolian Gobi supports the world's largest populations of khulan Equus hemionus and goitered gazelles Gazella subgutturosa Oryx. 2017; 51(4): 639-647.

** Kaczensky, P; Burnik Šturm, M; Sablin, MV; Voigt, CC; Smith, S; Ganbaatar, O; Balint, B; Walzer, C; Spasskaya, NN (2017): Stable isotopes reveal diet shift from pre-extinction to reintroduced Przewalski"s horses. Sci Rep. 2017; 7(1):5950
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Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Burnik Šturm, M; Ganbaatar, O; Voigt, CC; Kaczensky, P (2017): First field-based observations of delta-2H and delta-18O values of precipitation and other water bodies in the Mongolian Gobi desert European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU), Vienna, Austria, APR 23-28. Geophysical Research Abstracts (GRA) 19:EGU2017-6084.
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Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Doldin, R; Enke, D; Linnell, JDC; Lukanovsky, O; Salemgareyev, AR; Sidorova, TV; Sklyarenko, S; Kisebaev, T; Walzer, C; Ward, S; Zuther, S (2017): Feasibility study for kulan (Equus hemionus kulan) reintroduction into the central steppe of Kazakhstan. NINA Report 1366 Trondheim, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, pp. 68. ISBN: 978-82-426-3085-8.
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Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Kaczensky, P (2017): BeGRENZte Vielfalt. Umwelt aktuell (03.2017) 4-5.
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Kaczensky, P (2017): Neue Begrenzungen in Europa. Öko Jagd (2017), 2 60-64.

2016

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** Buuveibaatar, B; Mueller, T; Strindberg, S; Leimgruber, P; Kaczensky, P; Fuller, TK (2016): Human activities negatively impact distribution of ungulates in the Mongolian Gobi. Biological Conservation 2016; 203: 168-175

** Gerritsmann, H; Stalder, GL; Kaczensky, P; Buuveibaatar, B; Payne, J; Boldbaatar, S; Walzer, C (2016): Arterial pH and Blood Lactate Levels of Anesthetized Mongolian Khulan ( Equus hemionus hemionus) in the Mongolian Gobi Correlate with Induction Time. J Wildl Dis. 2016; 52(3):642-646

** Linnell, JD; Trouwborst, A; Boitani, L; Kaczensky, P; Huber, D; Reljic, S; Kusak, J; Majic, A; Skrbinsek, T; Potocnik, H; Hayward, MW; Milner-Gulland, EJ; Buuveibaatar, B; Olson, KA; Badamjav, L [and 3 others] (2016): Border Security Fencing and Wildlife: The End of the Transboundary Paradigm in Eurasia? PLoS Biol. 2016; 14(6):e1002483
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** Nandintsetseg, D; Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; Leimgruber, P; Mueller, T (2016): Spatiotemporal habitat dynamics of ungulates in unpredictable environments: The khulan (Equus hemionus) in the Mongolian Gobi desert as a case study. Biological Conservation 2016; 204: 313-321

** Ražen N; Brugnoli A; Castagna C; Groff C; Kaczensky P; Kljun F; Knauer F; Kos I; Krofel M; Luštrik R; Majić A; Rauer G; Righetti D; Potočnik H (2016): Long-distance dispersal connects Dinaric-Balkan and Alpine grey wolf (Canis lupus) populations. European Journal of Wildlife Research (62), 1 137-142.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Burnik Šturm, M; Spasskaya, NN; Sablin, MV; Voigt, CV; Kaczensky, P (2016): Stable isotopes suggest differences in diet between historic and reintroduced Przewalski¿s horses in the Gobi desert. -EGU General Assembly 2016; APR 18-22, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Kaczensky, P; Hrabar, H; Lukarevskiy, V; Zimmermann, W; Usukhjargal, D; Ganbaatar, O; Bouskila, A (2016): Reintroduction of Wild Equids. IN: Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P [Hrsg.]: Wild equids : ecology, management, and conservation. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 196-214. ISBN: 978-1-4214-1909-1.

Linnell, JDC; Kaczensky, P; Lescureux, N (2016): Human Dimensions of Wild Equid Management: Exploring the Meanings of "Wild". IN: Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P [Hrsg.]: Wild equids : ecology, management, and conservation. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 121-132. ISBN: 978-1-4214-1909-1.

Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P (2016): Equus: An Ancient Genus Surviving the Modern World. IN: Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P [Hrsg.]: Wild equids : ecology, management, and conservation. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 1-4. ISBN: 978-1-4214-1909-1.

Projektbericht

Skrbinšek, T; Bragalanti, N; Calderola, S; Groff, C; Huber, Đ; Kaczensky, P; Skrbinšek, AM; Molinari-Jobin, A; Molinari, P; Rauer, G; Reljić, S; Stergar, M (2016): 2016 annual population status report for brown bears in the northern Dinaric Mountains and Eastern Alps. Ljubljana, SLOVENIA, pp. 35.

Herausgeberschaft von Sammelwerk

Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P [Hrsg.] (2016): Wild equids : ecology, management, and conservation. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press; 2016. (ISBN: 978-1-4214-1909-1)

2015

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Burnik Šturm, M; Pukazhenthi, B; Reed, D; Ganbaatar, O; Sušnik, S; Haymerle, A; Voigt, CC; Kaczensky, P (2015): A protocol to correct for intra- and interspecific variation in tail hair growth to align isotope signatures of segmentally cut tail hair to a common time line. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. 2015; 29(11):1047-1054
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** Kavcic, I; Adamic, M; Kaczensky, P; Krofel, M; Kobal, M; Jerina, K (2015): Fast food bears: brown bear diet in a human-dominated landscape with intensive supplemental feeding. Wildlife Biol. 2015; 21(1): 1-8.

** Linnell, JD; Kaczensky, P; Wotschikowsky, U; Lescureux, N; Boitani, L (2015): Framing the relationship between people and nature in the context of European conservation. Conserv Biol. 2015; 29(4):978-985

** López-Bao, JV; Kaczensky, P; Linnell, JD; Boitani, L; Chapron, G (2015): Carnivore coexistence: wilderness not required. Science. 2015; 348(6237):871-872

Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; Altansukh, N; Enkhsaikhan, N; Kramer-Schadt, S (2015): Monitoring of khulans and goitered gazelles in the Mongolian Gobi - potential and limitations of ground based line transects. The Open Ecology Journal (8) 92-110.
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Burnik Sturm, M; Voigt, CC; Oyunsaikhan, G; Kaczensky, P (2015): Foraging behavior of three sympatric equid species in the Mongolian Gobi: a stable isotope approach. -27th International Congress for Conservation Biology; AUG 2-6, 2015; Montpellier, FRANCE.

Burnik Sturm, M; Voigt, CC; Oyunsaikhan, G; Kaczensky, P (2015): The tale of the horse´s tails: Stable isotopes reveal differences in the feeding ecology of three sympatric equid species in the Dzungarian Gobi, Mongolia. -14th Stable Isotope Network Austria Meeting; NOV 26-27; Tulln, AUSTRIA.

Kaczensky, P; Payne, J; Buuveibaatar, B; Hosack, DA; Purevsuren, T; Amarsaikhan, S; Walzer, C (2015): Nomadic species and habitat fragmentation – a large scale conservation challenge from the Mongolian Gobi. 342-342.-27th International Congress for Conservation Biology & 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology ; AUG 2-6, 2015; Montpellier, FRANCE.

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Linnell, JDC (2015): Rapid assessment of the mammalian community of the Badhyz Ecosystem, Turkmenistan, October 2014. NINA Report 1148 Trondheim, Norway, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, pp. 38. ISBN: 978-82-426-2770-4.
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Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Kaczensky, P; Lkhagvasuren, B; Pereladova, O; Hemami, M; Bouskila, A (2015): Equus hemionus. IN: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) [Hrsg.]: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Online, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, pp. 1-24.

Kaczensky, P; Rustamov, E (2015): Most recent status and conservation of the Asiatic wild ass. IN: Vasilevich, FI [Hrsg.]: Modern Problems of Zoology, Ecology and Conservancy - Materials of the readings and scientific conference devoted to memory of Professor Andrey Grigoryevich Bannikov, and to the 100 anniversary from the date of its birth. Moscow, Moscow Zoo, pp. 92-98. ISBN: 978-5-00077-322-2.

Rustamov, EA; Kaczensky, P; Saparmuradov, J (2015): Asiatic wild ass on the brink of extinction and its conservation in Turkmenistan. IN: Vasilevich, FI [Hrsg.]: Modern Problems of Zoology, Ecology and Conservancy - Materials of the readings and scientific conference devoted to memory of Professor Andrey Grigoryevich Bannikov, and to the 100 anniversary from the date of its birth. Moscow, Moscow Zoo, pp. 98-108. ISBN: 978-5-00077-322-2.

Projektbericht

Skrbinšek, T; Bragalanti, N; Calderola, S; Groff, C; Huber, Đ; Kaczensky, P; Skrbinšek, AM; Molinari-Jobin, A; Molinari, P; Rauer, G; Reljić, S; Stergar, M (2015): 2015 annual population status report for brown bears in the northern Dinaric Mountains and Eastern Alps. Ljubljana, SLOVENIA, pp. 24.

2014

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Batsaikhan, N; Buuveibaatar, B; Chimed, B; Enkhtuya, O; Galbrakh, D; Ganbaatar, O; Lkhagvasuren, B; Nandintsetseg, D; Berger, J; Calabrese, JM; Edwards, AE; Fagan, WF; Fuller, TK; Heiner, M; Ito, TY [and 14 others] (2014): Conserving the world"s finest grassland amidst ambitious national development. Conserv Biol. 2014; 28(6):1736-1739

** Chapron, G; Kaczensky, P; Linnell, JD; von Arx, M; Huber, D; Andrén, H; López-Bao, JV; Adamec, M; Álvares, F; Anders, O; Balčiauskas, L; Balys, V; Bedő, P; Bego, F; Blanco, JC [and 61 others] (2014): Recovery of large carnivores in Europe"s modern human-dominated landscapes. Science. 2014; 346(6216):1517-1519

** Kaczensky, P; Adiya, Y; von Wehrden, H; Mijiddorj, B; Walzer, C; Güthlin, D; Enkhbileg, D; Reading, RP (2014): Space and habitat use by wild Bactrian camels in the Transaltai Gobi of southern Mongolia. Biol Conserv. 2014; 169(100):311-318
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Burnik Sturm, M; Voigt, CC; Oyunsaikhan, G; Kaczensky, P (2014): Ecological differences in three autochtonous equid species in the Mongolian Gobi inferred from stable isotopes in tail hair. -EGU General Assembly 2014; APRIL 27 - MAY 2, 2014; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

2013

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kavčič, I; Adamič, M; Kaczensky, P; Krofel, M; Jerina, K (2013): Supplemental feeding with carrion is not reducing brown bear depredations on sheep in Slovenia. Ursus (24), 2 111-119.

** Levanov, VF; Sokolov, SV; Kaczensky, P (2013): Corral mass capture device for Asiatic wild asses Equus hemionus. Wildlife Biol (19), 3 325-334.

2012

** Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P; Lubow, BC; Ganbaatar, O; Altansukh, N (2012): A collaborative approach for estimating terrestrial wildlife abundance. Biol Conserv (153) 219-226.

** Reinhardt, R; Rauer, G; Kluth, G; Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Wotschikowsky, U (2012): Livestock protection methods applicable for Germany – a Country newly recolonized by wolves. Hystrix (23), 1 62-72.
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** von Wehrden, H; Hanspach, J; Kaczensky, P; Fischer, J; Wesche, K (2012): Global assessment of the non-equilibrium concept in rangelands. Ecol Appl. 2012; 22(2):393-399 Open Access Logo

Horacek, M; Burnik-Sturm, M; Kaczensky, P (2012): First stable isotope analysis of Asiatic wild ass tail hair. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia (12), 3-6 85-92.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Zimmermann, W; Stauffer, C (2012): Przewalski’s Horse Reintroduction to Mongolia: Status and Outlook. Waza magazine (13) 3-6.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Bennet, EA; Champlot, S; Pruvost, M; Gautier, M; Arbuckle, B; Balasescu, A; Eisenmann, V; Kaczensky, P; Kuehn, R; Maskour, M; Morales-Muniz, A; Peters, J; Tournepiche, J-F; Uerpmann, H-P; Walzer, C [and 2 others] (2012): The decline of the Asiatic wild ass: recording 100.000 years of genetic diversity of the species. 26-26.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEPT 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Burnik-Sturm, M; Horacek, M; Kaczensky, P (2012): The Tale of the Horse’s Tail – Stable Isotope Analysis of Equid Tail Hair in the Mongolian Gobi. 95-95.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Calabrese, JM; Fleming, CH; Kaczensky, P; Leimgruber, P; Fagan, WF; Mueller, T (2012): Quantifying Intermittent Coordination in the Movements of Simultaneously Tracked Animals: A Case Study with Khulan in Mongolia. 44-44.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienne, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Ganbataar, O; Altansukh, N; Enkhsaikhan, N; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Walzer, C (2012): Przewalski's horse reintroduction in the Mongolian Gobi. 56-56.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEPT, 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Hanelt, M; Ansorge, H; Batsaikhan, N; Kaczensky, P; Lkhagvasuren, D; Moll, S; Samjaa, R; Tungalag, R; Wesche, K; Xylander, W (2012): Summer Schools on Biodiversity in Mongolia. 10-10.-Biodiversity Research in Mongolia; MARCH 25-29, 2012; Halle an der Saale, GERMANY. Exploration into the Biological Resources of Mongolia - Book of Abstracts;

Izquierdo, MA; Kaczensky, P; Burke, A (2012): Using Markov Chains in Ancient Equid Mobility Simulations. 74-74.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Kaczensky, P (2012): Attitude of rural Mongolians towards wild ass. 56-57.-Biodiversity Research in Mongolia; MARCH 25-29, 2012; Halle an der Saale, GERMANY. Exploration into the Biological Resources of Mongolia - Book of Abstracts;

Kaczensky, P (2012): Attitude of Rural Mongolians Towards Wild Ass. 76-76.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Kaczensky, P (2012): Conservation and Research Needs for Asiatic Wild Ass in Central Asia. 39-39.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Kaczensky, P; Ransom, JI; Lubow, BC; Ganbaatar, O; Altansukh, N (2012): A grassroots approach for estimating wildlife abundance in the Mongolian Gobi. 57-57.-Biodiversity Research in Mongolia; MARCH 25-29, 2012; Halle an der Saale, GERMANY. Exporation into the Biological Resources of Mongolia - Book of Abstracts;

Kramer-Schadt, S; Ganbataar, O; Kaczensky, P (2012): Understanding Asiatic Wild Ass (Equus hemionus) Population Size Estimates in the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area, Mongolia. 78-78.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Levanov, VF; Sokolov, SV; Kaczensky, P (2012): Corral Mass Capture Device for Asiatic Wild Asses. 77-77.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Linnell, JDC; Lescureux, N; Kaczensky, P (2012): Wild, Domestic, Hybrid, Feral, Icon and Pest: Comparing and Contrasting the Complexity of Human Relationships with Wild Ancestors and Domestic Derivatives for Horses and Wolves. 45-45.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Nandintsetseg, D; Leimgruber, P; Kaczensky, P (2012): Seasonal Patterns of Range Use of Asiatic Wild Asses in Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area. 37-37.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Ransom, JI; Kaczensky, P; Lubow, BC; Ganbaatar, O; Altansukh, N (2012): A Collaborative Approach for Estimating Asiatic Wild Ass Abundance in the Mongolian Gobi. 32-32.-International Wild Equid Conference; SEP 18-22, 2012; Vienne, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3-200-02791-6 )
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Walzer, C; Fluch, G; Kaczensky, P (2012): Biotelemetry and biologging for veterinarians. -Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists - College Science Week; JUN 28-30, 2012; Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Australia.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2012): Asiatic Wild Ass project – field capture and anaesthesia techniques. -Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists - College Science Week ; JUN 28-30, 2012; Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Australia.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2012): Importance of a transdisciplinary approach to landscape level Asiatic wild ass conservation. -Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists - College Science Week; JUN 28-30, 2012; Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Australia.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Enksaikhan, N; Stauffer, C (2012): P-Horse reintroduction to the Great Gobi B Strictly protected Area in SW Mongolia - status and outlook. -Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists - College Science Week ; JUN 28-30, 2012; Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Australia.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Dulamtseren, E; Yadamsuren, A (2012): Working in a freezer: capturing and collaring wild Bactrian camels. IN: Knoll, EM [Hrsg.]: Camels in Asia and North Africa. Vienna, ÖAW, pp. 61-68. ISBN: 978-3-7001-7244-4.

2011

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Guthlin, D; Knauer, F; Kneib, T; Kuchenhoff, H; Kaczensky, P; Rauer, G; Jonozovic, M; Mustoni, A; Jerina, K (2011): Estimating habitat suitability and potential population size for brown bears in the Eastern Alps. Biol Conserv 2011; 144(5): 1733-1741.

** Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Altansukh, N; Enkhsaikhan, N; Stauffer, C; Walzer, C (2011): The danger of having all your eggs in one basket--winter crash of the re-introduced Przewalski"s horses in the Mongolian Gobi. PLoS One. 2011; 6(12):e28057
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** Kaczensky, P; Jerina, K; Jonozovic, M; Krofel, M; Skrbinsek, T; Rauer, G; Kos, I; Gutleb, B (2011): Illegal killings may hamper brown bear recovery in the Eastern Alps. Ursus (22), 1 37-46.

** Kaczensky, P; Kuehn, R; Lhagvasuren, B; Pietsch, S; Yang, W; Walzer, C (2011): Connectivity of the Asiatic wild ass population in the Mongolian Gobi. Biol Conserv. 2011; 144(2):920-929
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** Painer, J; Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; Huber, K; Walzer, C (2011): Comparative parasitological examination on sympatric equids in the Great Gobi "B" Strictly Protected Area, Mongolia. Eur J Wildl Res (57), 2 225-232.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Charruau, P; Kaczensky, P; Yuan, L; Yadamsuren, A; Dulmatseren, E; Jianlin, H; Banabazi, M; Walzer, C; Burger, P (2011): Hybridisation in Old World camelids: a big threat for the last Wild camels (Camelus ferus). -8th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife; SEP 14-17, 2011; Berlin.

Kaczensky, P (2011): What is driving wild ass movements in the Mongolian Gobi?. -Modelling Ecological Environments and Agents: Understanding the past and predicting the future; OCT 24; Montreal, CANADA.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C; Ganbataar, O; Enkhsaikhan, N; Altansukh, N; Stauffer, C (2011): Reintroduction of the "extinct in the wild" Przewalski's horse to the Mongolian Gobi. IN: Soorae, PS [Hrsg.]: Global Reintroduction Perspectives: 2011 More case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland, IUCN/SSC, pp. 199-204. ISBN: 978-2-8317-1432-5.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2011): Asian Wild Horse reintroduction Program. IN: Miller, RE [Hrsg.]: Fowler's zoo and wild animal medicine. 7. Ed. St. Louis, Elsevier-Saunders, pp. 562-567. ISBN: 978-1-437-71986-4.

Projektbericht

Kaczensky, P (2011): First assessment of the suitability of the Altyn Dala and Altyn Emel region of Kazakhstan for Przewalskis horse re-introduction. pp. 32.

2010

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Ito, TY; Walzer, C (2010): Satellite Telemetry of Large Mammals in Mongolia: What Expectations Should We Have for Collar Function? Wildl Biol Pract. 2010; 6(2):108-126
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** Silbermayr, K; Orozco-terWengel, P; Charruau, P; Enkhbileg, D; Walzer, C; Vogl, C; Schwarzenberger, F; Kaczensky, P; Burger, PA (2010): High mitochondrial differentiation levels between wild and domestic Bactrian camels: a basis for rapid detection of maternal hybridization. Anim Genet. 2010; 41(3):315-318

Kaczensky, P: Dresley, V; Otgonbayar, H; Walzer, C (2010): Water use of Asiatic wild asses in the Mongolian Gobi. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia (11) 291-298.

Kaczensky, P; Huber, N (2010): The use of high frequency GPS data to classify main behavioural categories in a Przewalski’s horse in the Mongolian Gobi. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia (11) 281-289.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Kaczensky, P; Kramer-Schadt, S (2010): Why we measure what we measure: Understanding Asiatic wild ass (Equus hemionus) population size estimates in the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area, Mongolia. 11-11.-Sustainable Conservation, Bridging the gap between disciplines; MAR 15–18, 2010; Trondheim, NORWAY.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Enksaikhan, N; Stauffer, C (2010): Coming home: the return of the Przewalski's horse to the Mongolian Gobi. IN: Dick, G; Gusset, M [Hrsg.]: Building a future for Wildlife - Zoos and Aquariums Committed to Biodiversity Conservation. Gland, WAZA, pp. 123-128. ISBN: 978-3-033-02234-8.

Projektbericht

Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C (2010): Landscape level research for the conservation of Asiatic wild ass in Mongolia. pp. 28.

Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Hoesli, T; Nikowitz, T; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2010): Monitoring of agonistic behaviour and foal mortality in free-ranging Przewalski's horse harems in the Mongolian Gobi. Equus 2009, Praha, Czech Republic, Czech Republic, SEP 2009. Equus 113-138.

Kaczensky, P; Ransom, J; Ganbaatar, O; Altansukh, N (2010): Simultanious ground count of the Asiatic wild ass in the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area. Equus (7) 6-15.

Schatz, H; Kaczensky, P (2010): Der Wolf. Vorarlberger Jagd (Januar/Februar 2010), 1 10-13.

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Kaczensky, P; Hemami, Mohamoud-Reza; Walzer, C (2010): Ecology of the Onager (E.h.onager) in Iran: Movements, habitat use and population genetics - progress report - equipment evaluation and first field investigation.

2009

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Bryson, J; Kaczensky, P (2009): Exploring Knowledge Dissemination as a SelectivenForce for Aggregation: Preliminary Results from Modelling Wild Asiatic Asses. 1-4.-10th European Conference on Artifical Life (ECAL); SEP 23-26, 2009; Budapest, HUNGARY.

Ganbataar, O; Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C (2009): Monitoring re-introduced Przewalski's horses in the Mongolian Gobi. 264-264.-23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology (SCB); JUL 11-16, 2009; Beijing, P.R. CHINA. In: Abstracts of the 23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology in Beijing;

Kaczensky, P; Kuehn, R; Lhagvasuren, B; Pietsch, S; Yang, W; Walzer, C (2009): Connectivity of the Asiatic wild ass population in the Mongolian Gobi. 12-12.-23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology (SCB); JUL 11-16, 2009; Beijing, P.R. CHINA. In: Abstracts of the 23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology in Beijing;

Painer, J; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Huber, K; Walzer, C (2009): Comparative parasitological examinations on sympathric equids in the greater Gobi "B" strictly protected area. 122-127.-International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals; MAY 20-24, 2009; Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands.

Silbermayr, K; Oroczo-terWengel, P; Charruau, P; Enkhbileg, D; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Vogl, C; Schwarzenberger, F; Burger, PA (2009): High mitochondrial differentiation levels between domestic and Mongolian wild Bactrian camels (Camelus ferus), a basis for rapid detection of maternal hybridization. 181-181.-7th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife; Sep 21-24, 2009; Berlin, Germany.

Walzer, C; Ganbataar, O; Kaczensky, P (2009): Living on the Edge-Przewalski's horse re-introduction into the Mongolian Gobi. 263-264.-23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology; JUL 11-16, 2009; Beijing, P.R. CHINA. In: Abstracts of the 23rd International Congress for Conservation Biology in Beijing;

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2009): Importance of a transdisciplinary approach to Asiatic wild ass conservation. 1918-1919.-North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC); JAN 16-20, 2009; Orlando, USA.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2009): Conservation: Capture and satellite collaring of the Asiatic wild ass. 1915-1917.-North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC); JAN 16-20, 2009; Orlando, USA,.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Stauffer, C (2009): Beyond success - The next 50 years for the Przewalski's horse in the Gobi region of Mongolia. 64-64.-Zoos and Aquariums Committing to Conservation Conference; JAN 23-26, 2009; Houston, Texas, USA. In: Book of Abstracts, Zoos and Aquariums Committing to Conservation;

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Rauer, G (2009): Der Schlingenfang bei Karnivoren. -28. Arbeitstagung der Zootierärzte im deutschsprachigen Raum; OCT 31 - NOV 2, 2009; Gelsenkirchen, Germany. (ISBN: 978-3-939033-14-1 )

Buch, Monografie

Projektteam "Grundlagen für Managementkonzepte für die Rückkehr von Großraubtieren - Rahmenplan Wolf" (Kaczensky, P; Kluth, G; Knauer, F; Rauer, G; Reinhardt, I; Wotschikowsky, U) (2009): Monitoring von Großraubtieren in Deutschland. BfN Script 251, Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn, Germany Bonn, BMU-Druckerei, pp. 86.

2008

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Enkhsaikhan, N; Ganbaatar, O; Walzer, C (2008): The Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area in Mongolia - refuge or sink for wolves Canis lupus in the Gobi?. Wildlife Biol (14), 4 444-456.

** Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; von Wehrden, H; Walzer, C (2008): Resource selection by sympatric wild equids in the Mongolian Gobi. J Appl Ecol (45), 6 1762-1769.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Kaczensky, P (2008): Who is afraid of the big, bad wolf?. 73: 19-19.-82nd Annual meeting of the German Society of Mammalogy; SEP 14-18, 2008; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Mammalian Biology, special issue ; , 73

Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; von Wehrden, H; Enksaikhan, N; Lkhagvasuren, D; Walzer, C (2008): Przewalski horse re-introduction in the Great Gobi B SPA - from species to ecosystem conservation. 125-130.-Fundamental and Applied Issues of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; APRIL 25, 2008; Ulaanbaatar, MONGOLIA. In: B. Boldgiv (Eds): Proceedings of the International Conference “Fundamental and Applied Issues of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology”; (ISBN: 99929-59-82-7 )

Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; von Wehrden, H; Walzer, C (2008): Przewalski’s horses (Equus przewalkii) and Asiatic wild asses (Equus hemionus): Similar Species, Same Habitat – Same Use?. 26-26.-International Equine Science Meeting; OKT 3-5, 2008; Regensburg, GERMANY. IN: Krüger, K [Hrsg.]: International Equine Science Meeting 2008. - Wald: Xenophon Verl.; (ISBN: 978-3-9808134-0-2 )

Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; von Wehrden, H; Walzer, C (2008): Przewalski’s horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) and Asiatic wild asses (Equus hemionus): Similar Species, Same Habitat, Same Use?. 33-33.-International Equine Science Meeting; 3-5 October, 2008; Regensburg, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 3-980-81340-1 )

Rauer, J; Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P; Wagner, W (2008): Bears in central Austria are facing a second extinction. 73: 31-31.-82nd Annual Meeting of the German Society of Mammalogy; SEP 14-18, 2008; Vienna, AUSTRIA. Mammalian Biology, special issue; , 73

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2008): Choisir un émetteur ou une balise - revue des possibilités et limites. 174-178.-Ve Congrés International Vétérinaire Francophone sur les Animaux Sauvages et Exotiques; MAR 20-21, 2008; Paris, FRANCE. (ISBN: 2-9521001-5-2 )

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2008): Radio waves, explosions and satellites - choosing the appropriate telemetry device for wildlife studies. 6-11.-Egzotikus és Állatkerti Emlösállatok Betegségei; MAR 14-16,2008; Budapest, HUNGARY.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Enkhbileg, D; Dovchindorj, G; Adiya, Y (2008): Through the eye of the desert to capture and collar wildbactrian camels (Camelus ferus). 90-94.-American Association of Zoo Veterinarians; OCT 15,2008; Los Angeles, USA. Proceedings;

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; Stauffer, C (2008): Przewalski Horses, Satellites and Wild Asses. 21-21.-International Equine Science Meeting; October 3-5, 2008; Regensburg, GERMANY. (ISBN: 3-9808-1340-1 )

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Stauffer, C (2008): Przewalski's horses, satellites and wild asses. 14-14.-International Equine Science Meeting; OCT 3, 2008; Regensburg, GERMANY. Proceedings;

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Schwarzenberger, F (2008): Re-thinking the role of wildlife veterinarians (conservation professionals) in a globalized conservation world. 87-89.-7th Congress of the European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians; MAY 1-3, 2008; Leipzig, GERMANY.

Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C (2008): Der Asiatische Wildesel - bedrohter Überlebenskünstler in der Wüste Gobi. Zeitschrift des Kölner Zoos (51), 3 147-163.

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Kaczensky, P; Huber, T.; Reinhardt, I; Kluth, G (2008): Wer War Es? Spuren und Risse von großen Beutegreifern erkennen und dokumentieren. Feldkirchen, BJV-Service GmbH,

2007

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; von Wehrden, H; Enksaikhan, N; Lkhagvasuren, D; Walzer, C (2007): Przewalski"s Horse (Equus ferus przewalskii) Re-introduction in the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area: from Species to Ecosystem Conservation. Mong J Biol Sci. 2007; 5(1-2):13-18 Open Access Logo

** Ordiz, A; Rodriguez, C; Naves, J; Fernandez, A; Huber, D; Kaczensky, P; Mertens, A; Mertzanis, Y; Mustoni, A; Palazon, S; Quenette, PY; Rauer, G; Swenson, JE (2007): Distance-based criteria to identify minimum number of brown bear females with cubs in Europe. Ursus (18), 2 158-167.

** Souris, AC; Kaczensky, P; Julliard, R; Walzer, C (2007): Time budget-, behavioral synchrony- and body score development of a newly released Przewalski"s horse group Equus ferus przewalskii, in the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area in SW Mongolia. Appl Anim Behav Sci. 2007; 107(3-4):307-321
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Kaczensky, P (2007): Wildlife Value Orientations of Rural Mongolians. Human Dimensions of Wildlife (12) 317-329.

Kaczensky, P; Enkhsaihan, N; Ganbataar, O; Walzer, C (2007): Identification of herder-wildlife conflicts in the Gobi B Strictly Protected Area in SW Mongolia. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia (10) 99-116.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar,O; Enkhsaikhan, N; Lkhagvasuren, D (2007): Capture and Anesthesia of the Mongolian wild ass (E. hemionus). Erforschung biologischer Ressourcen der Mongolei (10) 69-76.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Ito, TY; Chimeedorji, B; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Sos, E; Lhagvasuren, B;Tsunekawa, A; Sanekata, S; Adiya, Y (2007): Capturing and satellite tracking of Asiatic wild ass in the southeastern Gobi area, Mongolia. 102-102.-Annual Meeting of the Mammalogical Society of Japan; SEP 14-17, 2007; Fuchu, JAPAN.

Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Von Wehrden, H; Walzer, C (2007): Niche separation of two native Asian Equids: the Przewalski's horse and the Asiatic wild ass in the Gobi areas of SW Mongolia. 119-119.-6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics; OCT 7-10, 2007; Berlin, GERMANY. Editors: East ML, Hofer H. Publ.: Leibnitz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research;

Kaczensky, P; Sheehy, C; Lkhagvasuren, D; Johnson, DE; Walzer, C (2007): Impacts of human intrusion on Khulan (wild ass) in the Gobi desert of Mongolia. 120-120.-6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics; OCT 7-10, 2007; Berlin, GERMANY. Editors: East ML, Hofer H. Publ.: Leibnitz Institute for Zoo and Wildife Research;

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Kaczensky, P; Walzer; C (2007): Research activities in Great Gobi B SPA.

Kaczensky, P;Yadamsuren, A; Walzer,C (2007): Asiatic Wild Ass and Wild Camel collaring mission in the Great Gobi A Strictly Protected Area in Mongolia.

Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P; Rauer, G (2007): Bear Culling under the Habitats Directive in Slovenia – Analysis and Recommendations.

2006

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Huber, D; Knauer, F; Roth, H; Wagner, A; Kusak, J (2006): Activity patterns of brown bears (Ursus arctos) in Slovenia and Croatia. J Zool (269), 4 474-485.

Kuehn, R.; Kaczensky, P.; Lkhagvasuren, D.; Pietsch, S.; Walzer, C (2006): Differentiation of meat samples from domestic horses (Equus caballus) and Asiatic wild asses (Equus hemionus) using a species-specific restriction site in the mitochondrial cytochrome b region. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences (4), 2 57-62.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Lengger, J; Enkhsaikhan, N; Lkhagvasuren, D (2006): Capture and anaesthesia of wild Mongolian equids - the Przewalski's horse (E. ferrus przewalskii) and the Khulan (E. Hemionus). Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences (4) 19-28.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Knauer, F.; Kaczensky, P (2006): Großräuber in der Kulturlandschaft - Grundlagen für das Zusammenleben. -Wildtier-Management in Baden-Württemberg; NOV 12-13, 2006; Denzlingen, GERMANY. Proceedings „Wildtier-Management in Baden-Württemberg” ;

Knauer, F.; Kaczensky, P (2006): Grundlagen für das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Braunbär in den Alpen. -Status-Seminar: Bär, Wolf und Luchs; NOV 4-5, 2006; Göttingen, GERMANY. Proceedings of “Status-Seminar: Bär, Wolf und Luchs” ;

Von Wehrden, H; Wesche, K; Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C (2006): Habitat mapping of the Asiatic Wild Ass (Equus hemionus) in southern Mongolia. 2nd International Conference on Land cover /Land use study using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System , Ulanbataar, Mongolei, Mongolia, 8.-9.6.2006. 2nd International Conference on Land cover /Land use study using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System , Ulanbataar, Mongolei, 8.-9.6.2006.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Enkhbileg, D; Adiya, Y; Khatanbaatar, I; Dorvchindorj, G (2006): Capture and anaesthesia of wild Bactrian camels - working in a freezer. European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians, Budapest, Hungary, Hungary, 24.-28.5.2006. European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians, Budapest, Hungary, 24.-28.5.2006.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Ganbataar, O (2006): De la conservation des espèces à la conservation des ecosystemes - 10 années d'experiénce du projet de réintroduction des chevaux de Przewalski dans le sud-ouest de la Mongolie. 3e Congrès International Vétérinaire Francophone sur les NAC et les Animaux Exotiques, Paris, France, 30.3.-2.4.2006. 3e Congrès International Vétérinaire Francophone sur les NAC et les Animaux Exotiques, Paris, 30.3.-2.4.2006.

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Sheehy, DP; Walzer, C; Johnson, D.E; Lkhagvasuren, D; Sheehy, CM (2006): Mongolia: Room to Roam? The Threat to Khulan (Wild Ass) from Human Intrusion. Washington D.C., USA, World Bank, pp. 87.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2006): Field anaesthesia of wild equids and camelids in central Asia. IN: Sós, E; Molnar, V; Liptovszky, M [Hrsg.]: Magyar Vad- és Állatkerti Állatorvosok Társasága Fövárosi Állat- és Növénykert. Budapest, Hungary, Eigenverlag, pp. 39-44.

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Austrian Bear Emergecy Team (2006): JJ1 "Bruno" in Austria and Germany in 2006. Protocol and assessment. Vienna, Austria. Vienna, Austria,

Kaczensky, P (2006): Medienpräsenz- und Akzeptanzstudie 'Wölfe in 'Wölfe in Deutschland'. Freiburg, Universität Freiburg,

Quenette, P Y; Rauer, G; Huber, D; Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Mustoni, A; Palazon, S; Zibordi, F (2006): Comparaison du comportement spatial d´ours bruns réintroduits et non réintroduits en Europe. ONCFS Rapport Scientifique 2006, 21-25,
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Walzer, C.; Kaczensky, P (2006): Wild camel training and collaring mission for the Great Gobi A Strictly Protected Area in Mongolia. Final report for UNDP “Conservation of the Great Gobi Ecosystem and Its Umbrella Species” Project,

2005

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Hayes, RD; Promberger, C (2005): Effect of raven Corvus corax scavenging on the kill rates of wolf Canis lupus packs. Wildlife Biol (11), 2 101-108.

** Robert, N; Walzer, C; Rüegg, SR; Kaczensky, P; Ganbaatar, O; Stauffer, C (2005): Pathologic findings in reintroduced Przewalski"s horses (Equus caballus przewalskii) in southwestern Mongolia. J Zoo Wildl Med 2005; 36(2): 273-285.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C; Ganbaatar, O (2005): Movement patterns and conservation need of the Asiatic wild ass in Mongolia. IX International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, Japan, 31.07.-05.08.2005. IX International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, 31.07.-05.08.2005.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2005): Guidelines for veterinarians working in Central Asia. IN: Baer,CK [Hrsg.]: AAZV/AAWV/NAG Joint conference. Omaha, NE, USA, AAZV, pp. 225-227.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer,C (2005): Fallstudie Mongolei: Wiedereinbürgerung von Przewalskipferden in die Mongolei - was steckt dahinter? IN: WAZA Meetings. Verhandlungsbericht des Rigi- Symposiums. Bern, WAZA, pp. 31-33.

Walzer, C; Slotta-Bachmayr, L; Rauer, G; Kaczensky, P (2005): Support for in-situ projects - examples of a zoo's potential role. IN: Kolter, L [Hrsg.]: Rehabilitation and Release in Bears. Köln, Zoologischer Garten, pp. 83-88. ISBN: 3-00-017089-8.

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Kaczensky, P (2005): First assessment of Nomrog and Dornod Mongol Strictly Protected Areas in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia for the re-introduction of Przewalski’s horses. World Conservation Society (WCS) report,

2004

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Blazic, M; Gossow, H (2004): Public attitudes towards brown bears (Ursus arctos) in Slovenia. Biol Conserv (118), 5 661-674.

** Kaczensky, P; Wagner, A; Walzer, C (2004): Activity monitoring of a brown bear - a model approach to test field methods. Mamm Biol (69), 6 444-448.

** Petram, W; Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P (2004): Human influence on the choice of winter dens by European brown bears in Slovenia. Biol Conserv (119), 1 129-136.

** Slotta-Bachmayr, L; Boegel, R; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Walzer, C (2004): Use of population viability analysis to identify management priorities and success in reintroducing Przewalski's horses to southwestern Mongolia. J Wildlife Manage (68), 4 790-798.

** Wiegand, T; Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P; Naves, J (2004): Expansion of brown bears (Ursus arctos) into the eastern Alps: a spatially explicit population model. Australian-German Bilateral Workshop on Species Survival in Fragmented Landscapes, ROBERTSON, AUSTRALIA, Australia, FEB 09-11, 2000. Biodivers Conserv (13), 1 79-114.

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Robert, N; Walzer, C; Rüegg, SR; Kaczensky, P; Ganbataar, O; Stauffer, C (2004): Mortality of takhis in Takhin Tal. International Workshop on the re-introduction of the Przewalski’s horse, Takhin Tal, Great Gobi ‘B’ Mongolia, Mongolia, JUN 12-17, 2004. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 65-65.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2004): Monitoring of free-ranging Przewalski's horses with satellite telemetry in Takhin Tai. International Workshop on the re-introduction of the Przewalski’s horse, Takhin Tal, Great Gobi ‘B’ Mongolia, Mongolia, JUN 12-17, 2004. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 59-60.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Siegfried, JP; Gantabaar, O (2004): From Species to ecosystem conservation - 10 years takhi reintroduction to Takhin Tal. International Workshop on the re-introduction of the Przewalski’s horse, Takhin Tal, Great Gobi ‘B’ Mongolia, Mongolia, JUN 12-17, 2004. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 64-64.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Kaczensky, P; Walzer, C; Lengger, J (2004): The reintroduction of the Przewalski's horse in the Gobi-B -saving a species and an ecosystem. Ecosystem research in the arid environments of central Asia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 10.06.-12.06.2004.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2004): Capture and field anaesthesia of a fast runner - the Mongolian wild ass (Equus hemionus). 199-200.-Meeting of the European Association of Zoo- and Wildlife Veterinarians (EAZWV); May 19-23, 2004; Ebeltoft, Denmark.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Ganbataar, O (2004): From species to ecosystem conservation - 10 years Przewalski's horse reintroduction to SW Mongolia. AAZV Annual Conference, San Diego, USA, United States, 27.08.-03.09.2004. AAZV Annual Conference, San Diego, USA, 27.08.-03.09.2004.

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P.; Walzer, C.; Steinhauer-Burkhart, B (2004): Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area – the wild horse refuge. Guide book. 3000. Ed. Oberaula, Germany, Eco Nature Edition, pp. 64. ISBN: 3-935803-20-6.

2003

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Grosse, C; Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F (2003): Ants: A food source sought by Slovenian brown bears (Ursus arctos). Can J Zool (81), 12 1996-2005.

** Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Krze, B; Jonozovic, M; Adamic, M; Gossow, H (2003): The impact of high speed, high volume traffic axes on brown bears in Slovenia. Biol Conserv (111), 2 191-204.

Rauer, G; Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F (2003): Experiences with aversive conditioning of habituated brown bears in Austria and other European countries. Ursus (14), 2 215-224.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2003): Evaluation of ARGOS and GPS/ ARGOS telemetry for monitoring Przewalski's horses and Asiatic Wild Ass in Mongolia. 388--3rd International Wildlife Management Congress; DEC 1-5, 2003; Christchurch, New Zealand.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2003): Movement patterns of Asiatic Wild Ass in SW Mongolia. 178--3rd International Wildlife Management Congress; DEC 1-5, 2003; Christchurch, New Zealand.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Enkhsaihan, N; Samjaa, R (2003): Wolf damages and wolf management in the Gobi B strictly Protected Area in SW Mongolia. 436--3rd International Wildlife Management Congress; DEC 1-5, 2003; Christchurch, New Zealand.

Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P; Stauffer, C; Suchebaatar, Z (2003): Reintroduction of Przewalski's horses to the Dzungurian Gobi in SW Mongolia. -3rd International Wildlife Management Congress; DEC 1-5, 2003; Christchurch, New Zealand.

2002

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Jonozovic, M; Walzer, C; Huber, T (2002): Experiences with trapping, chemical immobilization, and radiotagging of brown bears in Slovenia. Ursus (13) 347-356.

** Schadt, S; Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P; Revilla, E; Wiegand, T; Trepl, L (2002): Rule-based assessment of suitable habitat and patch connectivity for the Eurasian lynx. Ecol Appl (12), 5 1469-1483.

** Schadt, S; Revilla, E; Wiegand, T; Knauer, F; Kaczensky, P; Breitenmoser, U; Bufka, L; Cerveny, J; Koubek, P; Huber, T; Stanisa, C; Trepl, L (2002): Assessing the suitability of central European landscapes for the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx. J Appl Ecol (39), 2 189-203.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Slotta-Bachmayr, L; Walzer, C; Kaczensky, P (2002): Reintroduction of Przewalski Horses to Mongolia: Linking Field Research and Zoo-education. -16th International Association Zoo Educators Conference; Aug 17-22, 2002; Vienna, Austria.

2001

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Kaczensky, P; Blazic, M; Gossow, H (2001): Content analysis of articles on brown bears in the Slovenian press, 1991-1998. Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (76), 1/2 121-135.

2000

PhD-Arbeit

Kaczensky, P (2000): Co-existence of brown bears and men in Slovenia. PhD-Arbeit, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany, pp. 239.

1999

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Kaczensky, P (1999): Large carnivore depredation on livestock in Europe. Ursus (11) 59-72.

1998

Huber, T; Kaczensky, P (1998): The situation of the lynx (Lynx lynx) in Austria. Hystrix (10), 1 43-54.

Kaczensky, P (1998): Status and distribution of the lynx in the German Alps. Hystrix (10), 1 39-42.

1997

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Huber, T; Huber, D; Frkovic, A; Fico, R (1997): Wer War Es?. Oberammergau, Munich Wildlife Society, pp. 59.

Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Rauer, G; Walzer, C (1997): Handbuch für die Eingreiftruppe - Vergrämen, Fangen, Narkotisieren und Überwachen von Bären. Wien, BOKU Wien & Munich Wildlife Society, pp. 100.

1996

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Kaczensky, P; Knauer, F; Jonozovic, M; Huber, T; Adamic, M (1996): The Ljubljana-Postojna highway - a deadly barrier for brown bears in Slovenia?. Journal of Wildlife Research (1), 3 263-267.

Buch, Monografie

Knauer F; Kaczensky, P; Rauer, G; Huber, T; Kraus, E; Gossow, H; Schröder, W (1996): Umgang mit Problembären – Empfehlungen. Wien, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Braunbär Life, pp. 8.

Linnell, JDC; Smith, ME; Odden, J; Kaczensky, P; Swenson, JE (1996): Strategies for the reduction of carnivore - livestock conflicts: a review. Trondheim, NORWAY, NINA, pp. 118.

Projektbericht

Kaczensky, P (1996): Large Carnivore - Livestock Conflicts in Europe. Trondheim, NORWAY, NINA, pp. 118.

Mysterud, I; Swenson, JE; Linnell, JDC; Gautestad, AO; Myterud, I; Odden, J; Smith, ME; Aanes, R; Kaczensky, P (1996): Carnivores and sheep farming in Norway: a survey of the information and evaluation of mitigation measures. Trondheim, NORWAY, NINA, pp. 18.

1995

Huber, T; Kaczensky, P; Stanisa, C; Cop, J; Gossow, H (1995): Luchs-Telemetrieprojekt Kocevska, Slowenien. Wien, Institute of Wildlife Biology and Game Management, BOKU Wien, pp. 24.

1994

Buch, Monografie

Kaczensky, P; Huber, T (1994): Wer war es? - Identifikation und Dokumentation von Raubtierrissen. Wien, Zentralstelle der Österreichischer Landesjagdverbände, Vienna, Austria, pp. 39.

1993

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Breitenmoser, U; Kaczensky, P; Dotterer, M; Breitenmoserwursten, C; Capt, S; Bernhart, F; Liberek, M (1993): Spatial organization and recruitment of lynx (Lynx lynx) in a re-introduced population in the Swiss Jura Mountains. J Zool (231) 449-464.

1991

Diplomarbeit

Kaczensky, P (1991): Untersuchungen zur Raumnutzung Weiblicher Luchse (Lynx lynx), sowie zur Abwanderung und Mortalität ihrer Jungen im Schweizer Jura. Diplomarbeit, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany, pp. 80.

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