Bibliographie - Ecologie

Andersen R., Karlsen J., Austmo L.B., Odden J., Linnell J.D.C. & Gaillard J.M. 2007. Selectivity of Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx and recreational hunters for age, sex and body condition in roe deer Capreolus capreolus. Wildlife Biology 13: 467–474.[467:soelll];2.
Andrén H. & Liberg O. 2015. Large impact of Eurasian lynx predation on roe deer population dynamics. PLoS ONE 10 (3): 1–16.
Andrén H., Linnell J.D.C., Liberg O., Andersen R., Danell A., Karlsson J., Odden J., Moa P.F., Ahlqvist P., Kvam T., Franzén R. & Segerström P. 2006. Survival rates and causes of mortality in Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in multi-use landscapes. Biological Conservation 131 (1): 23–32.
Basille M., Herfindal I., Santin-Janin H., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Andersen R., Arild Høgda K. & Gaillard J.-M. 2009. What shapes Eurasian lynx distribution in human dominated landscapes: selecting prey or avoiding people? Ecography 32 (4): 683–691.
Belotti E., Kreisinger J., Romportl D., Heurich M. & Bufka L. 2014. Eurasian lynx hunting red deer: is there an influence of a winter enclosure system? European Journal of Wildlife Research 60 (3): 441–457.
Belotti E., Červený J., Šustr P., Kreisinger J., Gaibani G. & Bufka L. 2013. Foraging sites of Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx : relative importance of microhabitat and prey occurrence. Wildlife Biology 19 (2): 188–201.
Belotti E., Weder N., Bufka L., Kaldhusdal A., Küchenhoff H., Seibold H., Woelfing B. & Heurich M. 2015. Patterns of lynx predation at the interface between protected areas and multi-use landscapes in Central Europe. PLoS ONE 10 (9): 1–23.
Bonnot N.C., Couriot O., Berger A., Cagnacci F., Ciuti S., De Groeve J.E., Gehr B., Heurich M., Kjellander P., Kröschel M., Morellet N., Sönnichsen L. & Hewison A.J.M. 2020. Fear of the dark? Contrasting impacts of humans versus lynx on diel activity of roe deer across Europe. Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1): 132–145.
Boutros D. 2002. Characterisation and Assessment of Suitability of Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx) Den Sites. KORA Bericht 12: 1–31. pdf.
Boutros D., Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Zimmermann F., Ryser A., Molinari-Jobin A., Capt S., Güntert M. & Breitenmoser U. 2007. Characterisation of Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx den sites and kitten survival. Wildlife Biology 13 (4): 417–429.[417:COELLL]2.0.CO;2.
Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Zimmermann F., Molinari-Jobin A., Molinari P., Capt S., Vandel J.-M., Stahl P. & Breitenmoser U. 2007. Spatial and Social stability of a Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx population: an assessment of 10 years of observation in the Jura Mountains. Wildlife Biology 13 (4): 365–380.[365:sassoa];2.
Breitenmoser U. & Haller H. 1993. Patterns of Predation by Reintroduced European Lynx in the Swiss Alps. The Journal of Wildlife Management 57 (1): 135–144.
Breitenmoser U., Kavczensky P., Dötterer M., Breitenmoser‐Würsten 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. Journal of Zoology 231 (3): 449–464.
Breitenmoser U., Ryser A., Molinari-Jobin A., Zimmermann F., Haller H., Molinari P. & Breitenmoser-Würsten C. 2010. The changing impact of predation as a source of conflict between hunters and reintroduced lynx in Switzerland, Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids.OUP Oxford. p. 493–506. pdf.
Bunnefeld N., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Van Duijn M.A.J. & Andersen R. 2006. Risk taking by Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in a human-dominated landscape: effects of sex and reproductive status. Journal of Zoology 270 (1): 060606025751009-???
Capt S., Bernhart F., Breitenmoser U., Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Haller H., Liberek M., Vandel J.-M.J.-M., Herrenschmidt V., Breitenmoser-Wuersten C., Haller H., Liberek M., Vandel J.-M.J.-M. & Herrenschmidt V. 1993. Prédation du lynx (Lynx lynx) sur les ongulés sauvages et domestiques. Actes du colloque prédation et gestion des prédateurs: 85–92. pdf.
Červený J. & Okarma H. 2002. Caching prey in trees by Eurasian lynx. Acta Theriologica 47 (4): 505–508.
Eccard J.A., Meißner J.K. & Heurich M. 2017. European roe deer increase vigilance when faced with immediate predation risk by Eurasian lynx. Ethology 123 (1): 30–40.
Filla M., Premier J., Magg N., Dupke C., Khorozyan I., Waltert M., Bufka L. & Heurich M. 2017. Habitat selection by Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) is primarily driven by avoidance of human activity during day and prey availability during night. Ecology and Evolution 7 (16): 6367–6381.
Gehr B., Hofer E.J., Muff S., Ryser A., Vimercati E., Vogt K. & Keller L.F. 2017. A landscape of coexistence for a large predator in a human dominated landscape. Oikos 126 (10): 1389–1399.
Gervasi V., Nilsen E.B., Odden J., Bouyer Y. & Linnell J.D.C. 2014. The spatio-temporal distribution of wild and domestic ungulates modulates lynx kill rates in a multi-use landscape. Journal of Zoology 292 (3): 175–183.
Haswell P.M., Kusak J. & Hayward M.W. 2017. Large carnivore impacts are context-dependent. Food Webs 12 (October 2017): 3–13.
Helldin J.-O. & Danielsson A. V. 2007. Changes in red fox Vulpes vulpes diet due to colonisation by lynx Lynx lynx. Wildlife Biology 13 (4): 475–480.[475:cirfvv];2.
Helldin J.O., Liberg O. & Glöersen G. 2006. Lynx (Lynx lynx) killing red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in boreal Sweden - Frequency and population effects. Journal of Zoology 270 (4): 657–663.
Herfindal I., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Nilsen E.B. & Andersen R. 2005. Prey density, environmental productivity and home-range size in the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx). Journal of Zoology 265 (1): 63–71.
Heurich M., Möst L., Schauberger G., Reulen H., Sustr P. & Hothorn T. 2012. Survival and causes of death of European Roe Deer before and after Eurasian Lynx reintroduction in the Bavarian Forest National Park. European Journal of Wildlife Research 58 (3): 567–578.
Hucht-Ciorga I. 1988. Studien zur Biologie des Luchses: Jagdverhalten, Beuteausnutzung, innerartliche Kommunikation und an den Spuren fassbare Körpermerkmale (Hunting and intraspecific communication in the lynx). Stuttgart, Ferdinand Enke Verlag. 177 p. pdf.
Jędrzejewska B. & Jędrzejewski W. 1998. Diets and Hunting Habits of Predators, Predation in Vertebrate Communities. Ecological Studies:The Białowieża Primeval Forest as a Case Study (Analysis and Synthesis).Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. p. 180–323.
Jędrzejewska B. & Jędrzejewski W. 1998. Predation in Vertebrate Communities. Vol. 135. Berlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. (Ecological Studies).
Jędrzejewski W., Schmidt K., Miłkowski L., Jędrzejewska B. & Okarma H. 1993. Foraging by lynx and its role in ungulate mortality: the local (Białowieża Forest) and the Palaearctic viewpoints. Acta Theriologica 38: 385–403.
Jedrzejewski W.W., Jedrzejewska B., Okarma H., Schmidt K., Bunevich A.N.A.N., Milkowski L., Jedrzejewski B., Okarma H., Schmidt K., Bunevich A.N.A.N. & Milkowski L. 1996. Population dynamics (1869-1994), demography, and home ranges of the lynx in Bialowieza Primeval Forest (Poland and Belarus). Ecography 19 (2): 122–138.
Jobin A., Molinari P. & Breitenmoser U. 2000. Prey spectrum, prey preference and consumption rates of Eurasian lynx in the Swiss Jura Mountains. Acta Theriologica 45: 243–252.
Kramer-Schadt S., Revilla E., Wiegand T. & Breitenmoser U. 2004. Fragmented landscapes, road mortality and patch connectivity: modelling influences on the dispersal of Eurasian lynx. Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (4): 711–723.
Krofel M., Huber D. & Kos I. 2011. Diet of Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx in the northern Dinaric Mountains (Slovenia and Croatia). Acta Theriologica 56 (4): 315–322.
Krofel M., Jerina K., Kljun F., Kos I., Potočnik H., Ražen N., Zor P. & Žagar A. 2014. Comparing patterns of human harvest and predation by Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx on European roe deer Capreolus capreolus in a temperate forest. European Journal of Wildlife Research 60 (1): 11–21.
Krofel M., Kos I. & Jerina K. 2012. The noble cats and the big bad scavengers: Effects of dominant scavengers on solitary predators. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (9): 1297–1304.
Liberek M. 1992. Analyse du prélevèment du lynx (Lynx lynx) dans le Jura vaudois (Suisse): Premier approche de l’influence de ce predateur sur les populations d’ongulés.Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Suisse. 111 p. pdf.
Lone K., Loe L.E., Gobakken T., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Remmen J. & Mysterud A. 2014. Living and dying in a multi-predator landscape of fear: roe deer are squeezed by contrasting pattern of predation risk imposed by lynx and humans. Oikos 123 (6): 641–651.
López-Bao J.V., Aronsson M., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Persson J. & Andrén H. 2019. Eurasian lynx fitness shows little variation across Scandinavian human-dominated landscapes. Scientific Reports 9 (1): 8903.
Marboutin É. 2016. Un projet à l’étude : l’analyse des relations prédateurs – proies entre lynx, chamois, chevreuils… et chasseurs. Bulletin lynx du Réseau 20: 11–12. pdf.
Marboutin É. 2007. Lynx et populations de chevreuils en Franche-Comté : une première approche descriptive. Bulletin lynx du Réseau 13: 31–32. pdf.
Mattisson J., Odden J., Nilsen E.B., Linnell J.D.C., Persson J. & Andrén H. 2011. Factors affecting Eurasian lynx kill rates on semi-domestic reindeer in northern Scandinavia: Can ecological research contribute to the development of a fair compensation system? Biological Conservation 144 (12): 3009–3017.
Mattisson J., Persson J., Andrén H. & Segerström P. 2011. Temporal and spatial interactions between an obligate predator, the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx), and a facultative scavenger, the wolverine (Gulo gulo). Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (2): 79–89.
May R., Van Dijk J., Wabakken P., Swenson J.E., Linnell J.D.C., Zimmermann B., Odden J., Pedersen H.C., Andersen R. & Landa A. 2008. Habitat differentiation within the large-carnivore community of Norway’s multiple-use landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (5): 1382–1391.
Mayer K., Belotti E., Bufka L. & Heurich M. 2012. Dietary patterns of the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in the Bohemian Forest. Saeugetierkundliche Informationen 8 (45): 447–453. pdf.
Melis C., Basille M., Herfindal I., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Gaillard J.-M., Høgda K.-A. & Andersen R. 2010. Roe deer population growth and lynx predation along a gradient of environmental productivity and climate in Norway. Écoscience 17 (2): 166–174.
Melis C., Jędrzejewska B., Apollonio M., Bartoń K.A., Jędrzejewski W., Linnell J.D.C., Kojola I., Kusak J., Adamic M., Ciuti S., Delehan I., Dykyy I., Krapinec K., Mattioli L., Sagaydak A., Samchuk N., Schmidt K., Shkvyrya M., Sidorovich V.E., Zawadzka B. & Zhyla S. 2009. Predation has a greater impact in less productive environments: variation in roe deer, Capreolus capreolus, population density across Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography 18 (6): 724–734.
Melis C., Nilsen E.B., Panzacchi M., Linnell J.D.C. & Odden J. 2013. Roe deer face competing risks between predators along a gradient in abundance. Ecosphere 4 (9): art111.
Molinari-Jobin A., Kéry M., Marboutin E., Marucco F., Zimmermann F., Molinari P., Frick H., Fuxjäger C., Wölfl S., Bled F., Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Kos I., Wölfl M., Černe R., Müller O. & Breitenmoser U. 2018. Mapping range dynamics from opportunistic data: spatiotemporal modelling of the lynx distribution in the Alps over 21 years. Animal Conservation 21 (2): 168–180.
Molinari-Jobin A., Molinari P., Loison A., Gaillard J.-M. & Breitenmoser U. 2004. Life cycle period and activity of prey influence their susceptibility to predators. Ecography 27 (3): 323–329.
Molinari-Jobin A., Molinari P., Breitenmoser-Würsten C. & Breitenmoser U. 2002. Significance of lynx Lynx lynx predation for roe deer Capreolus capreolus and chamois Rupicapra rupicapra mortality in the Swiss Jura Mountains. Wildlife Biology 8 (1): 109–115.
Molinari-Jobin A., Zimmermann F., Ryser A., Breitenmoser-Würsten C., Capt S., Breitenmoser U., Molinari P., Haller H. & Eyholzer R. 2007. Variation in diet, prey selectivity and home-range size of Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx in Switzerland. Wildlife Biology 13 (4): 393–405.[393:VIDPSA]2.0.CO;2.
Müller J., Wölfl M., Wölfl S., Müller D.W.H., Hothorn T. & Heurich M. 2014. Protected areas shape the spatial distribution of a European lynx population more than 20 years after reintroduction. Biological Conservation 177: 210–217.
Niedziałkowska M., Jedrzejewski W., Mysłajek R.W., Nowak S., Jedrzejewska B. & Schmidt K. 2006. Environmental correlates of Eurasian lynx occurrence in Poland - Large scale census and GIS mapping. Biological Conservation 133 (1): 63–69.
Nilsen E.B., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J. & Andersen R. 2009. Climate, season, and social status modulate the functional response of an efficient stalking predator: the Eurasian lynx. Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (4): 741–751.
Norum J.K., Lone K., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Loe L.E. & Mysterud A. 2015. Landscape of risk to roe deer imposed by lynx and different human hunting tactics. European Journal of Wildlife Research 61 (6): 831–840.
Nowicki P. 1997. Food habit and diet of the lynx (Lynx lynx) in Europe. J. Wildl. Res.
Odden J., Linnell J.D.C. & Andersen R. 2006. Diet of Eurasian lynx, Lynx lynx, in the boreal forest of southeastern Norway: the relative importance of livestock and hares at low roe deer density. European Journal of Wildlife Research 52 (4): 237–244.
Odden J., Linnell J.D.C., Moa P.F.P.F., Herfindal I., Kvam T. & Andersen R. 2002. Lynx Depredation on Domestic Sheep in Norway. The Journal of Wildlife Management 66 (1): 98–105.
Odden J., Nilsen E.B. & Linnell J.D.C. 2013. Density of Wild Prey Modulates Lynx Kill Rates on Free-Ranging Domestic Sheep. PLoS ONE 8 (11): e79261.
Okarma H. 1984. The Physical Condition of Red Deer Falling a Prey to the Wolf and Lynx and Harvested in the Carpathian Mountains. Acta Theriologica 29 (23): 283–290. pdf.
Okarma H., Jędrzejewski W., Schmidt K., Kowalczyk R. & Jędrzejewska B. 1997. Predation of Eurasian lynx on roe deer and red deer in Bialowieza Primeral Forest, Poland. Acta Theriologica 42: 203–224.
Pasanen-Mortensen M., Pyykönen M. & Elmhagen B. 2013. Where lynx prevail, foxes will fail - limitation of a mesopredator in Eurasia. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (7): 868–877.
Pedersen V.A., Linnell J.D.C., Andersen R., Andrén H., Lindén M. & Segerström P. 1999. Winter lynx Lynx lynx predation on semi-domestic reindeer Rangifer tarandus in northern Sweden. Wildlife Biology 5 (1): 203.
Podgórski T., Schmidt K., Kowalczyk R. & Gulczyńska A. 2008. Microhabitat selection by Eurasian lynx and its implications for species conservation. Acta Theriologica 53 (2): 97–110.
Pulliainen E., Lindgren E. & Tunkkari P.S. 1995. Influence of food availability and reproductive status on the diet and body condition of the European lynx in Finland. Acta Theriologica 40 (2): 181–196.
Ritchie E.G., Elmhagen B., Glen A.S., Letnic M., Ludwig G. & McDonald R.A. 2012. Ecosystem restoration with teeth: What role for predators? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27 (5): 265–271.
Ritchie E.G. & Johnson C.N. 2009. Predator interactions, mesopredator release and biodiversity conservation. Ecology Letters 12 (9): 982–998.
Samelius G., Andrén H., Liberg O., Linnell J.D.C., Odden J., Ahlqvist P., Segerström P. & Sköld K. 2012. Spatial and temporal variation in natal dispersal by Eurasian lynx in Scandinavia. Journal of Zoology 286 (2): 120–130.
Samelius G., Andrén H., Kjellander P. & Liberg O. 2013. Habitat Selection and Risk of Predation: Re-colonization by Lynx had Limited Impact on Habitat Selection by Roe Deer. PLoS ONE 8 (9): e75469.
Schadt S., Revilla E., Wiegand T., Knauer F., Kaczensky P., Breitenmoser U., Bufka L.L., Červený J., Koubek P., Huber T., Staniša C., Trepl 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. Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (2): 189–203.
Schmidt K. 2008. Behavioural and spatial adaptation of the Eurasian lynx to a decline in prey availability. Acta Theriologica 53 (1): 1–16.
Schmidt K. 1998. Maternal behaviour and juvenile dispersal in the Eurasian lynx. Acta Theriologica 43 (4): 391–408.
Schmidt K., Jędrzejewski W., Okarma H. & Kowalczyk R. 2009. Spatial interactions between grey wolves and Eurasian lynx in Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland. Ecological Research 24 (1): 207–214.
Schmidt K. & Kuijper D.P.J. 2015. A “death trap” in the landscape of fear. Mammal Research 60 (4): 275–284.
Schnyder J., Ehrbar R., Reimoser F. & Robin K. 2016. Ungulate populations and browsing intensities following the reintroduction of lynx in the canton of St. Gallen [Huftierbestände und Verbissintensitäten nach der Luchswiederansiedlung im Kanton St. Gallen]. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 167 (1): 13–20.
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Stahl P., Vandel J.M., Ruette S., Coat L., Coat Y. & Balestra L. 2002. Factors affecting lynx predation on sheep in the French Jura. Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (2): 204–216.
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Sunde P., Kvam T., Moa P., Negård A. & Overskaug K. 2000. Space use by Eurasian lynxes Lynx lynx in central Norway. Acta Theriologica 45: 507–524.
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Utsi A.I. 2015. Seasonal and Diurnal Variation in Habitat Overlap of Roe Deer and Eurasian Lynx in a Human-Dominated Landscape. Master thesis. Norwegian University of Science and Technology. 35p. pdf.
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