Publications of Todd Katzner
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Katzner, T., B.W. Smith, T. A. Miller, D. Brandes, J. Cooper, M. Lanzone, D. Brauning, C. Farmer, S. Harding, D. Kramar, C. Koppie, C. Maisonneuve, M. Martell, E..K. Mojica, C. Todd, J.A. Tremblay, M. Wheeler, D.F. Brinker, T.E. Chubbs, R. Gubler, K. O’Malley, S. Mehus, B. Porter, R.P. Brooks, B.D. Watts & K.L. Bildstein. 2012. Status, biology and conservation priorities for North America’s eastern Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) population. The Auk. 29(1):168-176
Katzner, T.E., M. Wheeler, J.J. Negro, Y. Kapetanakos, J.A. DeWoody, M. Horvath & Irby Lovette. 2012. To pluck or not to pluck: scientific methodologies should be carefully chosen, not “one size fits all.” Journal of Avian Biology. In press.
Borher, G., D. Brandes, J. Mandel., K. Bildstein, T. Miller, M. Lanzone, T. Katzner, C. Maisonneuve, J. Tremblay. 2012. Estimating updraft velocity components over large spatial scales: Contrasting migration strategies of golden eagles and turkey vultures. Ecology Letters, 15: 96-103. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01713.x.
Katzner, T.E., J.D. Winton, F.A. McMorris & D. Brauning. 2012. Dispersal, band recovery and causes of mortality in a reintroduced and rapidly growing population of Peregrine Falcons. Journal of Raptor Research. In press.
Iverson, S., A. Gavrilov, T. Katzner, J. Takekawa, S. Newman, T. Miller, W. Hagemeijer, B. Sivananinthaperumal, T. Mundkur, C. DeMattos & L. Ahmed. 2010. Migratory movements of waterfowl in Central Asia: implications for avian influenza transmission by wild birds. Ibis. 153: 279-292.
Katzner, T.E., J.R. Ivy, E.A. Bragin, E.J. Milner-Gulland & J.A. DeWoody. 2010. Conservation implications of inaccurate estimation of cryptic population size. Animal Conservation. 14:328-332. Feature article, cover photo.
Jones, J.P.G., B. Collen, P. Baxter, P. Bubb, J. Illian, T. Katzner, A. Keane, J. Loh, E. McDonald-Madden, E. Nicholson, H. Pereira, H. Possingham, A. Pullin, A. Rodrigues, V. Ruiz-Gutierrez, M. Sommerville, E.J. Milner-Gulland. 2010. The ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how’ of global biodiversity indicators: looking beyond 2010. Conservation Biology. 25(3): 450-457.
Terraube, J., Arroyo, B.E., Mougeot, F., Katzner, T.E. and E.A. Bragin. 2010. Breeding biology of the Montagu’s harrier (Circus pygargus) in north-central Kazakhstan. Journal of Ornithology. 151 (3): 713-722.
Brandes, D., Miller, T.M. and T. Katzner. 2009. Wind Power Mortality. In: Majumdar, S.K., ed., Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. pp. 300 – 303.
Miller, T.M., Brandes, D., Lanzone, M., Ombalski, D., Maisonneuve, C. and T. Katzner. 2009. Golden eagle migration and winter behavior in Pennsylvania. In: Majumdar, S.K., ed., Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. pp 111 - 125.
Rudnick, J.A., T.E. Katzner, and J.A. DeWoody. 2009. Genetic Analyses of Noninvasively Collected Feathers Can Provide Insights into Avian Demography and Behavior. in: Aronoff, J.B., ed. Handbook of Nature Conservation: Global, Environmental and Economic Issues. Nova Publishers. pp.181-197.
Poulakakis, N., A. Antoniou, G. Mantziou, A. Parmakelis, T. Skartsi, D. Vasilakis, J. Elorriaga, J. De La Puente, A. Gavashelishvili, M. Ghasabyan, T. Katzner, M. Mcgrady, N. Batbayar, M. Fuller and T. Natsagdorj. 2008. Population structure, diversity, and phylogeography in the near-threatened Eurasian black vultures Aegypius monachus (Falconiformes; Accipitridae) in Europe: insights from microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA variation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 95:859-872.
Rudnick, J.A., T.E. Katzner, E.A. Bragin, and J.A. DeWoody. 2008. A non-invasive genetic evaluation of population size, natal philopatry, and roosting behavior of non-breeding eastern imperial eagles (Aquila heliaca) in central Asia. Conservation Genetics 9:667–676.
Rudnick, J.A., T.E. Katzner, E.A. Bragin, and J.A. DeWoody. 2007. Species identification of birds through genetic analysis of naturally shed feathers. Molecular Ecology Notes 7: 757–762.
Ryabtsev, V. and T. Katzner. 2007. Severe declines of Eastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca populations in the Baikal region, Russia: a modern and historical perspective. Bird Conservation International 17:197-209.
Katzner, T., E.J. Milner-Gulland and E. Bragin. 2007. Using modeling to improve monitoring of structured populations: are we collecting the right data? Conservation Biology 21(1): 241-252.
Kenward, R., T. Katzner, M. Wink, V. Marcström, S. Walls, M. Karlbom, R. Pfeffer, E. Bragin, K. Hodder, and A. Levin. 2007. Rapid sustainability modelling for raptors by radio‑tagging and DNA‑fingerprinting. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(1): 238-245.
Katzner, T., E. Bragin, S. Knick and A. Smith. 2006. Spatial structure in the diet of imperial eagles Aquila heliaca in Kazakhstan. Journal of Avian Biology 37: 594-600.
Katzner, T., E. Bragin and E.J. Milner-Gulland. 2006. Modelling populations of long‑lived birds of prey for conservation: a study of Imperial Eagles (Aquila heliaca) in Kazakhstan. Biological Conservation 132: 322-335.
Rudnick, J.A., T.E. Katzner, E.A. Bragin, O.E. Rhodes, Jr., and J.A. DeWoody. 2005. Using naturally shed feathers for individual identification, genetic parentage analyses, and population monitoring in an endangered Eastern imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca) population from Kazakhstan. Molecular Ecology 14: 2959B2967.
Katzner, T. 2005. Corruption - a double-edged sword for conservation? A response to Smith and Walpole. Oryx 39(3):260-262.
Katzner, T., S. Robertson, B. Robertson, J. Klucsarits, K. McCarty, and K.L. Bildstein. 2005. Increasing the efficiency of conservation efforts: an example using a nest box program for American kestrels (Falco sparverius). Journal of Field Ornithology 76(3):217B226.
Katzner, T., E. Bragin, S. Knick and A. Smith. 2005. Relationship between demographics and dietary specificity of Imperial Eagles in Kazakhstan. Ibis 147:576-586.
Busch, J.D., T. Katzner, E. Bragin and P. Keim. 2005. Tetranucleotide microsatellites for Aquila and Haliaeetus eagles. Molecular Ecology Notes 5:39-41.
Leppert, L.L., S. Layman, E.A. Bragin, and T.E. Katzner. 2004. Hemoparasite prevalence in Imperial Eagles (Aquila heliaca), Steppe Eagles (Aquila nipalensis), and White‑tailed Sea Eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) from Kazakhstan. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 40(2): 316-319.
Katzner, T.E., C.H. Lai, J.D. Gardiner, J.M. Foggin, D. Pearson and A.T. Smith. 2004. Adjacent nesting by Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) and Himalayan Griffon Vulture (Gyps himalayensis) on the Tibetan Plateau, China. Forktail. 20: 94-96.
Sharkov, A., T.E. Katzner and T.M. Bragina. 2003. A new species of Copidosoma Ratzeburg (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) from eagle nests in Kazakhstan. Journal of Hymenoptera Research. 12(2):308-311.
Katzner, T., E. Bragin, S. Knick and A. Smith. 2003. Coexistence in a multi-species assemblage of eagles in central Asia. Condor. 105: 538-551.
Pain, D.J., A.A. Cunningham, P.F. Donald, J.W. Duckworth, D.C. Houston, T. Katzner, J. Parry-Jones, C. Poole, V. Prakash., P. Round, and R. Timmins. 2003. Causes and impacts of temporospatial declines of Gyps vultures in Asia. Conservation Biology. 17(3): 661-671.
Katzner, T.E. and Y.P. Cruz. 1998. Survival of the polyembryonic parasitoid Copidosomopsis tanytmema (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) in envenomized larvae of its host Anagasta keuhniella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 91(6):808-812.
Katzner, T.E. and K.L. Parker. 1998. Long distance movements from established burrow sites by pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis) in southwestern Wyoming. Northwestern Naturalist. 79(2):72-74.
Katzner, T.E. and K.L. Parker and H.H. Harlow. 1997. Metabolism and thermal response to changes in ambient temperature in winter acclimatized pygmy rabbits (Brachylaygus idahoensis). Journal of Mammalogy. 78(4):1053-1062.
Katzner, T.E. and K.L. Parker. 1997. Vegetative characteristics and size of home ranges used by pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis) during winter in southwestern Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy. 78(4):1063-1072.