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Bart Kranstauber

PhD-Student

Curriculum vitae:

2008-2009 Data standards development for animal movement data, MPI for Ornithology, Germany

Oct 2008 MSc in Topmaster Evolutionary Biology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Sep 2006 BSc in Biology, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Research interests:

 My research focuses on animal movement; I'm looking for environmental and internal factors influencing how and where animals move. This includes changes from breeding to migratory movements and the influence of wind on migrations.

Highlight publications:

 Rowcliffe JM, Carbone C, Kays R, Kranstauber B, Jansen PA. 2012. Bias in estimating animal travel distance: the effect of sampling frequency. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3: 653-662.abstract

Kranstauber B, Kays R, LaPoint SD, Wikelski M, Safi K. 2012. A dynamic Brownian bridge movement model to estimate utilization distributions for heterogeneous animal movement. Journal of Animal Ecology 81: 738-746. abstract

Rowcliffe JM, Carbone C, Jansen PA, Kays R, Kranstauber B. 2011. Quantifying the sensitivity of camera traps: an adapted distance sampling approach. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 464-476. abstract

Kranstauber B, Cameron A, Weinzerl R, Fountain T, Tilak S, Wikelski M, Kays R. 2011. The Movebank data model for animal tracking. Environmental Modelling & Software 26: 834-835.abstract

Kays R, Tilak S, Kranstauber B, Jansen PA, Carbone C, Rowcliffe M, Fountain T, Eggert J, He Z. 2011. Camera traps as sensor networks for monitoring animal communities. International Journal of Research and Reviews in Wireless Sensor Networks 1:19-29. abstract

Dechmann DKN, Kranstauber B, Gibbs D, Wikelski M. 2010. Group hunting a widespread reason for sociality in bats? PLos ONE 5:e9012. abstract

Galvez D, Kranstauber B, Kays RW, Jansen PA. 2009. Scatter hoarding by the Central-American agouti: a test of optimal cache spacing theory. Animal Behaviour 78: 1327-1333. abstract

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 Contact Details
 
Bart Kranstauber
bart.kranstauber[at]uni-konstanz.de
 
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
Am Obstberg 1
78315 Radolfzell
Germany
Tel: 0049-7732-1501-15
 
University of Konstanz
78457 Konstanz
Germany
Tel: 0049-7531-88-4940