Saskia Jerosch

Saskia Jerosch
Technische Universität Dresden | TUD · Institute of Forest Botany and Zoology

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Humans have transformed most landscapes across the globe, forcing other species to adapt in order to persist in increasingly anthropogenic landscapes. Wide-ranging solitary species, such as wild felids, struggle particularly in such landscapes. Conservation planning and management for their long-term persistence critically depends on understanding...
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Previous telemetry studies ascertained a strong bonding of the European wildcat to deciduous forest habitats in central Europe. Current research findings show that open cultural landscapes with a low amount of forest (2-23 %) can fulfil all ecological functions of a wildcat habitat including reproduction. Based on one-year home ranges, the spatial...
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The European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris) is a threatened and elusive species that was previously considered to be forest-bound in central Europe. For the first time, we caught and radio-collared wildcats outside heavily forested habitats to investigate their habitat utilization pattern. We used a generalized linear modelling framework to...
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For the first time, a telemetry study of European wildcats was conducted outside heavily forested habitats, in an agriculturally-dominated landscape, which is assumed to be a suboptimal habitat in Central Europe. According to the current knowledge of morphological and genetic diagnoses all captured wildcats were purebred, without any hint of recent...
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Zusammenfassung In einer landwirtschaftlich geprägten Kulturlandschaft zwischen zwei von Wildkatzen besiedelten Waldlebensräumen wurden 11 Wildkatzen sendermarkiert und einige davon über 12 Monate hinweg telemetrisch beobachtet. Lange Beobachtungs-zeiträume lieferten Antworten zur Raumnutzung und Habitatwahl. Es wurde eine natürliche Populationsstr...
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Detailed information on resting site requirements of the endangered European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris, Schreber, 1777) is so far not well documented. Previous investigations on the ecology of wildcats listed only the used requisites for day time resting itself but did not analyse the direct surroundings of a requisite or the demands imp...
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Results concerning reproductive parameters of Felis s. silvestris and survival of juveniles of a free ranging pupulation of 0.3-0.5 individuals/squarekilometers in its northern range, Germany.
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Die vorliegende ökologische Untersuchung über Wildkatzen (Felis silvestris silvestris) fand im südöstlichen Unterharz im Biosphärenreservat „Karstlandschaft Südharz“ statt. Mit Hilfe der Radiotelemetrie wurden drei männliche Wildkatzen im geschätzten Alter zwischen ein bis über drei Jahre von Mai bis Oktober 2005 beobachtet. Dabei stand die Untersu...

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