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KORA Berichte

2020

Stiftung KORA. 2021. Jahresbericht 2020. 24 pp. 

2019

Stiftung KORA. 2020. Jahresbericht 2019. 24 pp. 

2018

 Stiftung KORA. 2019. Jahresbericht 2018. 24 pp. 

2017

Stiftung KORA. 2018. Jahresbericht 2017. 24 pp. 

2008

Weber J.-M. 2008. Suivi des loutres de l’Aar. KORA Bericht Nr. 44f, 27 pp.

2005

Ryser A., von Wattenwyl K., Willisch Ch., Leathwood I., Zimmermann F. & Breitenmoser U. 2005. 1. Monitoringbericht LUNO2 – Statusbericht Luchs Nordostschweiz Winter 2004/2005. KORA Berich Nr. 31, 32 pp.

1999

Landry J.-M. 1999. L’utilisation du chien de protection dans les Alpes suisse: Une première analyse. KORA Bericht Nr. 2, 33 pp.

Landry J.-M. 1999. Der Einsatz von Herdenschutzhunden in den Schweizer Alpen: erste Erfahrungen. KORA Bericht Nr. 2d, 28 pp.

Landry J.-M. 1999. The use of guard dogs in the Swiss Alps: A first analysis. KORA Bericht Nr. 2e, 28 pp.

1998

Strahm D. 1998. Workshop on Human Dimension in Large Carnivore Conservation. KORA Bericht Nr. 3, 56 pp.

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

2020

Augugliaro C., Christe P., Janchivlamdan C., Baymanday H., & Zimmermann F. 2020. Patterns of human interaction with snow leopard and co-predators in the Mongolian western Altai: Current issues and perspectives. Global Ecology and Conservation 24, e01378. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2020.e01378

Roder S., Biollaz F., Mettaz S., Zimmermann F., Manz R., Kéry M., Vignali S., Fumagalli L., Arlettaz R. & Braunisch V. 2020. Deer density drives habitat use of establishing wolves in the Western European Alps. Journal of Applied Ecology 57, 995-1008.

Havmøller R.W., Jacobsen N.S., Scharff N., Rovero F. & Zimmermann F. 2020. Assessing the activity pattern overlap among leopards (Panthera pardus), potential prey and competitors in a complex landscape in Tanzania. Journal of Zoology 311(3), 175-182.

2016

Jacobson A. P., Gerngross P., Lemeris Jr. J. R., Schoonover R. F., Anco C., Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Durant S. M., Farhadinia M. S., Henschel P., Kamler J. F., Laguardia A., Rostro-García S., Stein A. B. & Dollar L. 2016. Leopard (Panthera pardus) status, distribution, and the research efforts across its range. Peerj, 4: e1974.

Rovero F. & Zimmermann F. (Eds). 2016. Camera trapping for Wildlife Research. Pelagic Publishing, Exeter, UK. 293 pp.

Wilting A., Duckworth J. W., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch. and Mathai J. (Eds). 2016. Distribution and conservation priorities for Bornean small carnivores and cats. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement No. 33, 217 pp.

2015

Durant S. M., Becker M. S., Creel S., Bashir S., Dickman A. J., Beudels-Jamar R. C., Lichtenfeld L., Hilborn R., Wall J., Wittemyer G., Badamjav L., Blake S., Boitani L., Breitenmoser C., Broekhuis F., Christianson D., Cozzi G., Davenport T. R. B., Deutsch J., Devillers P., Dollar L., Dolrenry S., Douglas-Hamilton I., Dröge E., FitzHerbert E., Foley C., Hazzah L., Hopcraft J. G. C., Ikanda D., Jacobson A., Joubert D., Kelly M. J., Milanzi J., Mitchell N., M’Soka J., Msuha M., Mweetwa T., Nyahongo J., Rosenblatt E., Schuette P., Sillero-Zubiri C., Sinclair A. R. E., Stanley Price M. R., Zimmermann A., Pettorelli N. 2015. Developing fencing policies for dryland ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12415

2013

Rovero F., Zimermann F., Berzi D. & Meek P. 2013. „Which camera trap type and how many do I need?“ A review of camera features and study designs for a range of wildlife research applications. Hystrix 1-9.

2012

Breitenmoser U., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch. & Boitani L. 2012. Assessing conservation status and units for conservation. Pages 362-378 in: L. Boitani and R. A. Powell (eds.) Carnivore ecology and conservation. A handbook of techniques. Techniques in Ecology and Conservation Series, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Durant S. M., Pettorelli N., Bashir S., Woodroffe R., Wacher T., De Ornellas P., Ransom C., Abáigar T., Abdelgadir M., El Alqamy H., Beddiaf M., Belbachir F., Belbachir-Bazi A., Berbash A. A., Beudels-Jamar R., Boitani L., Breitenmoser C., Cano M., Chardonnet P., Collen B., Cornforth W. A., Cuzin F., Gerngross P., Haddane B., Hadjeloum M., Jacobson A., Jebali A., Lamarque F., Mallon D., Minkowski K., Monfort S., Ndoassal B., Newby J., Ngakoutou B. E.,B. Niagate, Purchase G., Samaïla S., Samna A. K., Sillero-Zubiri C., Soultan A. E., Stanley Price M. R. & Baillie J. E. M. 2012. Forgotten Biodiversity in Desert Ecosystems. Science 336, 1379.

Ferraz K. M., Frosini S., de Paula R. C., Beisiegel B. & Breitenmoser C. 2012. Species distribution modeling for conservation purposes. Natureza & Concervação 10(2), 214-220.

Hebblewhite M., Zimmermann F., Li, Z., Miquelle D.G., Zhang M., Sun H., Mörschel F., Wu Z., Sheng L., Purekhovsky A. & Chunquan, Z. 2012. Is there a future for Amur tigers in a re-stored tiger conservation landscape in Northeast China? Animal Conservation 15(6), 579-592.

Hunter L.T.B., White P., Henschel P., Frank L., Burton C., Loveridge A., Balme G., Breitenmoser C. & Breitenmoser U. 2012. Walking with lions: why there is no role for captive-origin lions Panthera leo in species restoration. Oryx 47(1), 19-24.

Mavrot F., Zimmermann F., Vilei E.M., Ryser-Degiorgis, M.P. 2012. Is the development of infectious keratoconjunctivitis in Alpine ibex and Alpine chamois influenced by topographic features? European Journal of Wildlife Research 58, 869-874.

2011

Weber J. M. 2011. Food habits of escaped Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra) in a suburban environment in Switzerland. Revue suisse de zoologie 118, 485-489.

2010

Do Linh San M., Ferrari N. & Weber J.‐M. 2010. Circadian activity patterns and nocturnal resting sites of Eurasian badgers (Meles meles L.) in a rural area of western Switzerland. Rev. suisse Zool. 117, 111‐119.

Wilting A., Cord A., Hearn A. J., Hesse D., Mohamed A., Traeholdt C., Cheyne S. M., Sunarto S., Jayasilan M.-A., Ross J., Shapiro A. C., Sebastian A., Dech S., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., Sanderson J., Duckworth J. W., & Hofer H. 2010. Modelling the Species Distribution of Flat-Headed Cats (Prionailurus planiceps), an Endangered South-East Asian Small Felid. PLOS ONE 5 (3), 1-18.

2008

Marker L. L., Pearks Wilkerson A. J., Sarno R. J., Martenson J., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., O’Brien S. J., & Johnson W. E. 2008. Molecular genetics insights on cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) ecology and conservationn in Namibia. Journal of Heredity 99, 2-13.

2005

Linnell J. D. C., Promberger C., Boitani L., Swenson E. L., Breitenmoser U., & Andersen R. 2005. The Linkage between Conservation Strategies for Large Carnivores and Biodiversity: The View from the „Half-Full“ Forests of Europe. In Carnivorous animals and biodiversity: does conserving one save the other?, 381-399. Ray C., Redford K. H., Steneck R. S. & Berger J. (Ed.). Washington: Island Press.

Ryser A. Scholl M., Zwahlen M., Oetliker M., Ryser-Degiorgis M.-P., & Breitenmoser U. 2005. A remote-controlled teleinjection system for the low-stress capture of large mammals. Wildl. soc. bull. 33, 721-730.

2004

Bugnon P., Breitenmoser U., Peterhans E., & Zanoni R. 2004. Efficacy of Oral Vaccination in the Final Stage of Fox Rabies Elimination in Switzerland. J. Vet. Med. B 51, 433-437.

Hegglin D., Bontadina F., Gloor S., Romer J., Müller U., Breitenmoser U., & Deplazes P. 2004. Baiting red fox in an urban area: a camera trap study. J. Wildl. Manage 68, 1010-1017.

Molinari-Jobin A., Molinari P., Loison A., Gaillard J. M. & Breitenmoser U. 2004. Life cycle period and acivity of prey influence their susceptibility to predators. Ecography 27, 323-329.

Thulke H.-H., Selhorst Th., Müller T., Wyszomirski T., Müller U. & Breitenmoser U. 2004. Assessing anti-rabies baiting-what happens on the ground? Biomed Central 4, 1-9.

2003

Weber J.-M., Fresard D., Capt S., & Noël C. 2004. First records of raccoon dog, Nyctereutes procyonoides (Gray, 1834), in Wandeler P., Funk S. M., Largiadèr C. R., Gloor S., & Breitenmoser U.  2003. Effects of urban colonization and rabies on the genetic structure of Swiss red fox populations. Molecular Ecology 12.

Wandeler P., Funk S. M., Largiadèr C. R., Gloor S., & Breitenmoser U. 2003. The City-fox phenomenon: genetic consequences of a recent colonization of urban habitat. Molecular Biology 12, 647-656.Switzerland. Revue suisse Zool. 111, 935-940.

2002

Ryser A. & Zanoli M. 2002. Steinadler Aquila chrysaetos schlägt Auerhahn Tetrao urogallus. Orn. Beob. 99: 229-230.

Weber J.-M., Aubry S., Ferrari N., Fischer C., Sachat Feller N., Meia J.-S., & Meyer S. 2002. Population changes of different predators during a water vole cycle in a central European mountainous habitat. Ecography 25, 95-101.

2001

Breitenmoser U. & Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch. 2001. Die ökologischen und anthropogenen Voraussetzungen für die Existenz grosser Beutegreifer in der Kulturlandschaft. For. Snow Landsc. Res. 76, 23-39.

Breitenmoser U., Breitenmoser-Würsten, Ch., Carbyn L. N. & Funk, S. M. 2001. Assessment of carnivore reintroduction. In Carnivore Conservation – Conservation Biology 5, 241-281. Gittleman J. L., Funk S. M., Macdonald D. & Wayne R. K. (Ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2000

Angst C., Landry J.-M., Linnell J. & Breitenmoser U. 2000. Carnivore Damage Prevention News. Carnivore Damage Prevention News 1-12.

Breitenmoser U. & Blankenhorn H.-J. 2000. The Situation of Large Carnivores in Switzerland.

Breitenmoser U., Müller U., Kappeler A. & Zanoni R. G. 2000. Die Endphase der Tollwut in der Schweiz. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 142, 447-454.

Müller U., Laass J., Bühler S., Brun H., Hegglin D., Zwahlen M. & Breitenmoser U. 2000. Use of camera-traps for population estimation in carnivores. Workshop Wildlife Monitoring – Recent Developments in Techniques and Applications. Birmensdorf, Switzerland, WSL. 3-2-2000.

Müller U., Kappeler A., Zanoni R. G. & Breitenmoser U. 2000. Der Verlauf der Tollwut in der Schweiz – Landschaft prägt die Ausbreitung einer Wildtierepidemie. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 142, 431-438.

Zanoni R. G., Kappeler A., Müller U. M., Müller Ch., Wandeler, A. I. & Breitenmoser U. 2000. Tollwutfreiheit nach 30 Jahren Fuchstollwut. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 142, 423-429.

1999

Breitenmoser U., Müller U., & Zanoni R. 1999. Rabies Surveillance in Switzerland and in the Principality of Liechtenstein 01 January 1997 – 28 February 1999. RBE 23, 9-12.

Weber J.-M., Meia J.-S., & Meyer S. 1999. Breeding success of the red fox Vulpes vulpes in relation to fluctuating prey in central Europe. Wildlife Biology 5, 241-244.

1998

Breitenmoser U. 1998. Haben Grossraubtiere in den Alpen eine Zukunft? In 1. Alpenreport: 58-62.Bern/Stuttgart/Wien: Internationale Alpenschutz-Komission CIPRA.

Breitenmoser U., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., Carbyn L. N. & Funk S. M. 1998. Reintroductions. 9.

Meyer A. & Breitenmoser U. 1998. Welche Diagnose stellen Sie? Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 140, 161-163.

Müller U. & Breitenmoser U. 1998. Der Einfluss geographischer Faktoren auf die Ausbreitung der Tollwut und Ansätze für eine retrospektive Arbeit. 119-123. Wusterhausen / Dosse, Verlag der Deutschen Veterinärmedizinischen Gesellschaft. Informationsgewinnung und -verarbeitung. 2-9-1998.

Stanley Price, M. R., Singh Soorae, P. & Fairclough Falcon A. 1998. General aims and principles of re-introductions. In The re-introduction of the lynx into the Alps, 11-20. Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., Rohner C. & Breitenmoser U. (Ed.). Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Suter W., Edwards P. J., Abivardi C., Simberloff D., Sotherton N. W., Ward, J. V., Breitenmoser U., Kienast F., Wildi O., & Brzeziecki B. 1998. Biological Conservation – Special Issue (Conservation Biology and Biodiversity Strategies). Biol. Conserv. 83, 235-305.

Swenson J. E. 1998. Coordination of large-carnivore monitoring, mangement, and research in Scandinavia. In The re-introduction of the lynx into the Alps, 85-88. Breitenmoser-Würsten, Ch., Rohner, C. & Breitenmoser, U. (Ed.). Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing.

Weissen A., Batliner H., Chappaz M., Schneider V., & Breitenmoser U. 1998. 1. Alpenreport – Daten, Fakten, Probleme, Lösungsansätze. 1, 1-473. Bern, CIPRA International, Verlag Paul Haupt.

1997

Breitenmoser U. & Müller U. 1997. How to do the wrong thing with the highest possible precision – a reflection on the use of GPS in rabies vaccination campaigns. RBE 21, 11-13.

Gloor S., Breitenmoser U., Bontadina F., Hegglin D. & Hotz T. 1997. Ecological aspects of a growing fox population in urban environment in Switzerland.

Goldberg C., Herrenschmidt V., Lhonoré J. Guilbot R., Hereida B., Morillo, C., Serrada J., Robbins J., Mitchell R., Fleming L. V., Giminez Dixon M., Humphrey L., Rose L., Urquhart W. P., Breitenmoser U., Korsos Z., Corbett K., Lescure J., Sides E. & Sneep J.-W. 1997. Workshop on Drafting and Implementing Action Plans for Threatened Species. 1-144. Navarre, Spain, Council of Europe. Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (Bern Convention).

Vuillaume P., Aubert M. F. A., Demerson J. M., Cliquet F., Barrat J., & Breitenmoser U. 1997. Vaccination des renards contre la rage par dépôt d’appats vaccinaux à l’entreée des terriers. Ann. Méd. Vét. 141, 55-62.

1996

Breitenmoser U., Kappeler A., Müller U., & Zanoni R. 1996. Tollwut und ihre Bekämpfung in der Schweiz. Wildbiologie in der Schweiz 6(26), 1-14. Zürich, Infodienst Wildbiologie & Oekologie. Wildbiologie. Falk, B.

Breitenmoser U. & Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch. 1996. Monitoring: Definitions, Aims and Pretensions. Bearded Vulture – Reintroduction into the Alps, 42-45.

Breitenmoser U. & Zanoni R. 1996. Tollwutsituation in der Schweiz – Stand nach dem ersten Quartal 1996. Bulletin des Bundesamtes für Gesundheitswesen, 4-5.

1995

Breitenmoser U. & Zanoni R. 1995. An adapted concept for the elimination of sylvatic rabies in Switzerland. RBE 19, 13-16.

Breitenmoser U. & Kaphegyi T. A. M. 1995. Neue Anstrengungen bei der Tollwutbekämpfung. Feld Wald Wasser, 10-12.

Breitenmoser U. & Kaphegyi T. A. M. 1995. Rabies persistence and fox population dynamics in Switzerland. VPH/95.143, 17-18. Geneva, WHO. WHO meeting on cooperation on oral immunization of foxes against Rabies in 1995 (Central and Eastern Europe) – Budapest, Hungary, 31 March to 1 April 1995.

Breitenmoser U. & Zanoni R. 1995. Aktueller Stand der Tollwut in der Schweiz. CH-Wild-Info 4, 1-3.

Breitenmoser U., Kaphegyi T. A. M., Kappeler A., & Zanoni R. 1995. Significance of young foxes for the persistence of rabies in northwestern Switzerland. Schwyzer M., Ackermann M., Bertoni G., Kocherhans R., McDullogh K., Engels M., Wittek R., and Zanoni R. 391-396. Zurich. Immunobiology of viral infections. Proc. 3rd congress Europ. soc. vet. virol.

Kaphegyi T. A. M. & Breitenmoser U. Projekt Jungfuchs und Tollwut im Kanton Solothurn. 1995. Wildbiologie in der Schweiz 6 (24), 1-12. Zürich, Infodienst Wildbiologie & Oekologie. Wildbiologie. Falk, B.

Meia J.-S. & Weber J.-M. 1995. Home ranges and movements of red foxes in central Europe: stability despite environmental changes. Can. J. Zool. 73, 1960-1966.

Zanoni R. & Breitenmoser U. 1995. Wieso braucht es eine intensivierte Tollwutbekämpfung? Feld Wald Wasser, 7-8.

1994

Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., Monneret R.-J., Delmas M., Martinot J.-P. & Couloumy C. 1994. Oiseaux de montagne – Actes du 32e Colloque interrégional d’ornithologie. Grenoble: CORA.

Zanoni R. G., Breitenmoser U., & Peterhans E. 1994. Tollwut: Ein Schrecken ohne Ende? Die Grüne – Schweizerische landwirtschaftliche Zeitschrift, 24-26.

1993

Breitenmoser U., Breitenmoser-Würsten Ch., Zuleta G. A., Bernhart F. & O’Donoghue M. 1993. A method to estimate travel distances of fast moving animals. Biotelemetry, 318-326.

Meia J.-S. & Weber J.-M. 1993. Choice of resting sites by female foxes Vulpes vulpes in a mountainous habitat. Acta theriol. 38, 81-91.

Weber J.-M. & Aubry S. 1993. Predation by foxes, Vulpes vulpes, on the fossorial form of the water vole, Arvicola terrestris scherman, in western Switzerland. J. Zool. ,Lond. 229, 553-559.

1992

Meia J.-S. & Weber J.-M. 1992. Characteristics and distribution of breeding dens of the Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in a mountainous habitat. Z. Saeugetierk. 57, 137-143.

Weber J.-M. & Meia J.-S. 1992. The use of expandable radio collars for radio-tracking fox cubs. In Wildlife Telemetry. Remote monitoring and tracking of animals, 698-700. Priede, I. G. & Swift, S. M. (Ed.). New York: Ellis Horwood.

1991

Weber D., Weber J.-M., & Müller H.-U. 1991. Fischotter (Lutra lutra) im Schwarzwassser-Sense-Gebiet: Dokumentation eines gescheiterten Wiedereinbürgerungsversuchs. Mitt. Naturf. Gesel. Bern 48, 141-152.

Weber J.-M., Aubry S., Lachat N., Meia J.-S., Mermod C., & Paratte A. 1991. Fluctuations and behaviour of foxes determined by nightlighting. Preliminary results. Acta theriol. 36, 285-291.

1990

Weber J.-M. 1990. Seasonal exploitation of amphibians by otters (Lutra lutra) in north-east Scottland. J. Zool. ,Lond. 220, 641-651.

1983

Klingler K. & Breitenmoser U. 1983. Die Identifizierung von Raubtierrissen. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 125, 359-370.

1982

Steck F., Wandeler A. I., Bichsel P., Capt S., Häfliger U., & Schneider L. 1982. Oral immunization of foxes against rabies. Laboratory and field studies. Comp. Immun. Microbiol. infect. Dis. 5, 165-171.

1980

Capt S., Fuhrer W., & Lüps P. 1980. Zur Grössen- und Lagevariation des P1 beim Rotfuchs Vulpes vulpes. Kleine Mitteilungen Naturhistorisches Museum Bern, 1-5.

Thesis und Facharbeiten

Gnädinger M. 2013. Change in occupancy among ungulates during two camera trap surveys in the northern Swiss Jura Mountains. Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenscahften, 11 pp.

D’Anna N. 2010. Badger Meles meles population in lynx Lynx lynx mountain habitat: A photographic study based on secondary pictures in the Swiss Bernese Oberland. Maturaarbeit Fach Biologie Gymnasium Muristalden Bern, 29 pp.

Bücher

Camera Trapping for Wildlife Research

From Francesco Rovero and Fridolin Zimmermann

Pelagic Publishing

320 pages

Format: 244 x 170 mm

Price: £34.99

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-78427-048-3

Hardback ISBN: 978-1-78427-063-6

This book provides a much-needed guide to the sound use of camera trapping for the most common ecological applications to wildlife research. Each phase involved in the use of camera trapping is covered:

  • Selecting the right camera type
  • Set-up and field deployment of your camera trap
  • Defining the sampling design: presence/absence, species inventory, abundance; occupancy; capture mark-recapture; behavioural studies; community-level analysiy
  • Data storage, management and analysis, illustrative examples for using R and Excel
  • Using camera trapping for monitoring, conservation and public engagement.

Each chapter in this edited volume is essential reading for students, scientists, ecologists, educators and professionals involved in wildlife research or management.

Camera Trapping for Wildlife Research

From Francesco Rovero and Fridolin Zimmermann

Pelagic Publishing

320 pages

Format: 244 x 170 mm

Price: £34.99

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-78427-048-3

Hardback ISBN: 978-1-78427-063-6

This book provides a much-needed guide to the sound use of camera trapping for the most common ecological applications to wildlife research. Each phase involved in the use of camera trapping is covered:

  • Selecting the right camera type
  • Set-up and field deployment of your camera trap
  • Defining the sampling design: presence/absence, species inventory, abundance; occupancy; capture mark-recapture; behavioural studies; community-level analysiy
  • Data storage, management and analysis, illustrative examples for using R and Excel
  • Using camera trapping for monitoring, conservation and public engagement.

Each chapter in this edited volume is essential reading for students, scientists, ecologists, educators and professionals involved in wildlife research or management.

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