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Jim-Lino Kämmerle

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Dr

Former PhD student

 

 

Phone: 0761 4018 289
 
Mail: jim-lino.kaemmerle[at]forst.bwl.de


79106 Freiburg; Germany

 

Curriculum vitae

Research

Publications

 

Curriculum vitae

Education

  • 10/2014-08/2016: MSc Environmental Sciences, University of Freiburg
  • 09/2010-07/2014. Bachelor (FH) of Animal and Wildlife Management, Van Hall Larenstein, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
  • 1999-2008. Allgemeines Abitur Bismarck Gymnasium Karlsruhe

 

Research

Effects of spatially-restricted predator removal on red fox abundance and predation risk

Publications

Peer reviewed

  • Kämmerle, J‐L, Ritchie, EG, Storch, I. Restricted‐area culls and red fox abundance: Are effects a matter of time and place? Conservation Science and Practice. 2019;e115. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.115
  • Kämmerle, J.-L., Niekrenz, S. & Storch, I. (2019). No evidence for spatial variation in predation risk following restricted-area fox culling. BMC Ecol., 19, 17.
  • Kämmerle, J.-L. and Storch, I. 2019. Predation, predator control and grouse populations: a review. - Wildlife Biol. 2019: wlb.00464.
  • Kämmerle, J.-L., Corlatti, L., Harms, L., & Storch, I. (2018). Methods for assessing small-scale variation in the abundance of a generalist mesopredator. PLOS ONE, 13(11), 1–16. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0207545
  • Coppes, J., Kämmerle, J., Willert, M., Kohnen, A., Palme, R., Braunisch, V., & Villard, M. (2018). The importance of individual heterogeneity for interpreting faecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in wildlife studies. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(4), 2043–2054. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13140
  • Kämmerle, J.-L., Coppes, J., Ciuti, S., Suchant, R., & Storch, I. (2017). Range loss of a threatened grouse species is related to the relative abundance of a mesopredator. Ecosphere, 8(9), Article e01934. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1934
  • Kämmerle, J.-L., Brieger, F., Kröschel, M., Hagen, R., Storch, I., & Suchant, R. (2017). Temporal patterns in road crossing behaviour in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) at sites with wildlife warning reflectors. PLoS One, 12(9), e0184761.
  • Brieger, F., Kämmerle, J.-L., Martschuk, N., Ortmann, S., & Hagen, R. (2017). No evidence for a ‘warning effect’of blue light in roe deer. Wildlife Biology, wlb--00331.