Projekty RCIN i OZwRCIN

Obiekt

Tytuł: Występowanie dziko żyjących ssaków i ptaków we wsiach - zastosowanie fotopułapek w ocenie składu gatunkowego ; Occurrence of wild mammals and birds in villages - the use of camera traps in the evaluation of species composition

Twórca:

Wereszczuk, Anna

Data wydania/powstania:

2015

Typ zasobu:

Tekst

Wydawca:

Instytut Ochrony Przyrody Polskiej Akademii Nauk

Miejsce wydania:

Kraków

Opis:

24 cm ; ilustracje ; bibliografia na stronach 15-16 ; ISSN 0009-6172

Typ obiektu:

Czasopismo/Artykuł

Bibliografia:

Adkins C., Stott P. 1998. Home ranges, movements and habitat associations of red foxes Vulpes vulpes in suburban Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Zoology 244: 335–346.
Anderson E. 1970. Quaternary evaluation of the genus Martes (Carnivora, Mustelidae). Acta Zoologica Fennica 130: 1–132.
Baghli A., Verhagen R. 2005. Activity patterns and use of resting sites by polecats in an endangered population. Mammalia 69: 211–222.
Baker P.J., Bentley A.J., Ansell R.J., Harris S. 2005. Impact of predation by domestic cats Felis catus in an urban area. Mammal Review 35: 302–312.
Becher S., Griffiths R. 1998. Genetic differentiation among local populations of the European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) in mosaic habitats. Molecular Ecology 7: 1599–1604.
Blandford P. 1987. Biology of the polecat Mustela putorius: a literature review. Mammal Review 17: 155–198.
Brzeziński M., Marzec M., Żmihorski M. 2010. Spatial distribution, activity, habitat selection of American mink (Neovison vison) and polecats (Mustela putorius) inhabiting the vicinity of eutrophic lakes in NE Poland. Folia Zoologica 59: 183–191.
Carbone C., Christie S., Conforti K., Coulson T., Franklin N., Ginsberg J., Griffiths M., Holden J., Kawanishi K., Kinnaird M. 2001. The use of photographic rates to estimate densities of tigers and other cryptic mammals. Animal Conservation 4: 75–79.
Carlson A. 2000. The effect of habitat loss on a deciduous forest specialist species: the White-backed Woodpecker (Dendrocopos leucotos). Forest Ecology and Management 131: 215–221.
Catling P., Burt R. 1995. Why are Red Foxes absent from some eucalypt forests in eastern New South Wales? Wildlife Research 22: 535–545.
Claridge A. W., Mifsud G., Dawson J., Saxon M. J. 2005. Use of infrared digital cameras to investigate aspects of the social behaviour of cryptic species. Wildlife Research 31: 645–650.
Duduś L., Zalewski A., Kozioł O., Jakubiec Z., Król N. 2014. Habitat selection by two predators in an urban area: The stone marten and red fox in Wrocław (SW Poland). Mammalian Biology 79: 71–76.
Gloor S., Bontadina F., Hegglin D., Deplazes P., Breitenmoser U. 2001. The rise of urban fox populations in Switzerland. Mammalian Biology 66: 155–164.
Goszczyński J., Posłuszny M., Pilot M., Gralak B. 2007. Patterns of winter locomotion and foraging in two sympatric marten species: Martes martes and Martes foina. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85: 239–249.
Harris S., Rayner J. 1986. Models for predicting urban fox (Vulpes vulpes) numbers in British cities and their application for rabies control. Journal of Animal Ecology: 593–603.
Herr J. 2008. Ecology and Behaviour of Urban Stone Martens (Martes foina) in Luxembourg, University of Sussex. Herr J., Schley L., Roper T. 2009. Socio-spatial organization of urban stone martens. Journal of Zoology 277: 54–62.
Karanth K.U., Nichols J.D. 1998. Estimation of tiger densities in India using photographic captures and recaptures. Ecology 79: 2852–2862.
Kawanishi K., Sahak A.M., Sunquist M. 1999. Preliminary analysis on abundance of large mammals at Sungai Relau, Taman Negara. Journal of Wildlife and Parks (Malaysia) 17: 62–82.
Konjevic D. 2005. The European polecat (Mustela putorius Linnaeus, 1758) in Croatia–management concerns. Croatian Natural History Museum 14: 39–46.
Lucherini M., Lovari S., Crema G. 1995. Habitat use and ranging behaviour of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in a Mediterranean rural area: is shelter availability a key factor? Journal of Zoology 237: 577–591.
Luniak M. 2004. Synurbization–adaptation of animal wildlife to urban development. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Urban Wildlife Conservation, Tucson.
Maciusik B., Lenda M., Skorka P. 2010. Corridors, local food resources, and climatic conditions affect the utilization of the urban environment by the Black-headed Gull Larus ridibundus in winter. Ecological research 25: 263–272.
McDonald R.I., Kareiva P., Forman R.T. 2008. The implications of current and future urbanization for global protected areas and biodiversity conservation. Biological Conservation 141: 1695–1703.
McKinney M.L. 2002. Urbanization, biodiversity, and conservation. BioScience 52: 883–890.
McKinney M.L. 2006. Urbanization as a major cause of biotic homogenization. Biological Conservation 127: 247–260.
O’Brien T.G., Kinnaird M.F., Wibisono H.T. 2003. Crouching tigers, hidden prey: Sumatran tiger and prey populations in a tropical forest landscape. Animal Conservation 6: 131–139.
Oehler J.D., Litvaitis J.A. 1996. The role of spatial scale in understanding responses of mediumsized carnivores to forest fragmentation. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74: 2070–2079.
Orlowski G., Nowak L. 2004. Road mortality of hedgehogs Erinaceus spp. in farmland in Lower Silesia (south-western Poland). Polish Journal of Ecology 52: 377–382.
Partecke J., Gwinner E. 2007. Increased sedentariness in European Blackbirds following urbanization: a consequence of local adaptation? Ecology 88: 882–890.
Posillico M., Serafini P., Lovari S. 1995. Activity patterns of the stone marten Martes foina Erxleben, 1777, in relation to some environmental factors. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 7: 79–97.
Pugacewicz E. 1997. Ptaki lęgowe Puszczy Białowieskiej. Północnopodlaskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Ptaków, Białowieża. Randa L.A., Yunger J.A. 2006. Carnivore occurrence along an urban-rural gradient: a landscape-level analysis. Journal of Mammalogy 87: 1154–1164.
Rovero F., Rathbun G., Perkin A., Jones T., Ribble D.O., Leonard C., Mwakisoma R., Doggart N. 2008. A new species of giant sengi or elephantshrew (genus Rhynchocyon) highlights the exceptional biodiversity of the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania. Journal of Zoology 274: 126–133.
Rowcliffe J.M., Carbone C. 2008. Surveys using camera traps: are we looking to a brighter future? Animal Conservation 11: 185–186.
Saunders D.A., Hobbs R.J., Margules C.R. 1991. Biological consequences of ecosystem fragmentation: a review. Conservation Biology 5: 18–32.
Sidorovich V. 2000. Seasonal variation in the feeding habits of riparian mustelids in river valleys of NE Belarus. Acta Theriologica 45: 233–242.
Silveira L., Jacomo A.T., Diniz-Filho J.A.F. 2003. Camera trap, line transect census and track surveys: a comparative evaluation. Biological Conservation 114: 351–355.
Trolle M., Kéry M. 2005. Camera-trap study of ocelot and other secretive mammals in the northern Pantanal. Mammalia 69: 409–416.
Virgós E., Zalewski A., Rosalino L.M., Mergey M. 2012. Habitat ecology of Martens species in Europe. A Review of the Evidence. W: Aubry K.B., Zielinski W.J., Raphael M.G., Proulx G., Buskirk S.W. (red.). Biology and conservation of martens, sables and fishers: a new synthesis. Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London: 255–266.
Wilcox B.A., Murphy D.D. 1985. Conservation strategy: the effects of fragmentation on extinction. American Naturalist: 879–887.
Wilson D.E., Cole F., Nichols J., Rudran R., Foster M. 1996. Measuring and monitoring biological diversity. Standard methods for mammals.
Zalewski A. 1994. A comparative study of breeding bird populations and associated landscape character, Toruń, Poland. Landscape and Urban Planning 29: 31–41.

Czasopismo/Seria/cykl:

Chrońmy Przyrodę Ojczystą

Tom:

71

Zeszyt:

1

Strona pocz.:

9

Strona końc.:

16

Szczegółowy typ zasobu:

Artykuł

Identyfikator zasobu:

oai:rcin.org.pl:125649

Źródło:

Bibl. IOP PAN, sygn. F 2, II 293/cz, II 324/cz

Język:

pol

Język streszczenia:

eng

Prawa:

Licencja Creative Commons Uznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska

Zasady wykorzystania:

Zasób chroniony prawem autorskim. [CC BY 3.0 PL] Korzystanie dozwolone zgodnie z licencją Creative Commons Uznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska, której pełne postanowienia dostępne są pod adresem: ; -

Digitalizacja:

Instytut Ochrony Przyrody Polskiej Akademii Nauk

Lokalizacja oryginału:

Instytut Ochrony Przyrody Polskiej Akademii Nauk

Dofinansowane ze środków:

Program Operacyjny Polska Cyfrowa, lata 2014-2020, Działanie 2.3 : Cyfrowa dostępność i użyteczność sektora publicznego; środki z Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego oraz współfinansowania krajowego z budżetu państwa

Dostęp:

Otwarty

Kolekcje, do których przypisany jest obiekt:

Data ostatniej modyfikacji:

2020-12-01

Data dodania obiektu:

2020-05-29

Liczba wyświetleń treści obiektu:

44

Wszystkie dostępne wersje tego obiektu:

https://rcin.org.pl/publication/156728

Wyświetl opis w formacie RDF:

RDF

Wyświetl opis w formacie OAI-PMH:

OAI-PMH

×

Cytowanie

Styl cytowania:

Ta strona wykorzystuje pliki 'cookies'. Więcej informacji