Publications

  • Beaudrot, L., K. Kroetz, P. Alvarez-Loayza, I. Amaral, T. Breuer, C.D. Fletcher, P.A. Jansen et al. (2015). Limited carbon and biodiversity co-benefits for tropical forest mammals and birds. Ecological Applications (in press).
  • Meyer, N.F.V., H.J. Esser, R. Moreno, F. van Langevelde, Y. Liefting, D. Ros Oller, C.B.F. Vogels, A.D. Carver, C.K. Nielsen & P.A. Jansen (2015). An assessment of the terrestrial mammal communities in forests of Central Panama, using camera-trap surveys. Journal for Nature Conservation 26:28-35
  • Rodgers, T.W., J. Giacalone, E.J. Heske, J.E. Janečka, P.A. Jansen, C.A. Phillips & R.L. Schooley (2015). Socio-spatial organization and kin structure in ocelots from integration of camera trapping and noninvasive genetics. Journal of Mammalogy 96:120–128.
  • Jansen, P.A., J. Ahumada, E. Fegraus & Tim O’Brien (2014). TEAM: a standardised camera-trap survey to monitor terrestrial vertebrate communities in tropical forests. Pp 263-270 in Meek, P. D., Ballard, A. G., Banks, P. B., Claridge, A. W., Fleming, P. J. S., Sanderson, J. G., and Swann, D. E. (Eds). Camera Trapping: Wildlife Research and Management. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Rowcliffe, J.M., C. Carbone, R. Kays, B. Kranstauber & P.A. Jansen (2014). Density estimation using camera trap surveys: the Random Encounter Model. pp 317-323 in Meek, P. D., Ballard, A. G., Banks, P. B., Claridge, A. W., Fleming, P. J. S., Sanderson, J. G., and Swann, D. E. (Eds). Camera Trapping: Wildlife Research and Management. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Jansen P.A. (2014). Métodos para inventario y monitoreo de grandes mamíferos. Pp 88-103 in: Puerta-Piñero C., Gullison R.E., Condit R.S. Metodologías para el Sistema de Monitoreo de la Diversidad Biológica de Panamá.
  • Rowcliffe, J.M., R. Kays, B. Kranstauber, C. Carbone & P.A. Jansen (2014). Quantifying animal activity level using camera trap data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 1170-1179
  • Jansen, P.A., M.D. Visser, S.J. Wright, G. Rutten & H.C. Muller-Landau (2014). Negative density-dependence of seed dispersal and seedling recruitment in a Neotropical palm. Ecology Letters 17: 1111–1120.
  • Emsens, W.J., B.T. Hirsch, R. Kays & P.A. Jansen (2014). Prey refuges as predator hotspots: ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) attraction to agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) dens. Acta Theriologica 59: 257–262.
  • Suselbeek, L., W.-J. Emsens, B.T. Hirsch, R. Kays, J.M. Rowcliffe, V. Zamora-Gutierrez & P.A. Jansen (2014). Food acquisition and predator avoidance in a Neotropical rodent. Animal Behaviour 88: 41-48.
  • Yu, X., J. Wang, R. Kays, P.A. Jansen, T. Wang & T. Huang (2013). Automated identification of animal species in camera trap images. EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing 2013: 52.
  • Hirsch, B.T., R. Kays & P.A. Jansen (2013). Evidence for cache surveillance in a scatter-hoarding rodent. Animal Behaviour 85: 1511–1516.
  • Rowcliffe, J.M., R. Kays, C. Carbone & P.A. Jansen (2013). Clarifying assumptions behind the estimation of animal density from camera trap rates. The Journal of Wildlife Management 77: 876.
  • Emsens, W.J., L. Suselbeek, B.T. Hirsch, R. Kays, A.J.S. Winkelhagen & P.A. Jansen (2013). Effects of food availability on space and refuge use by a frugivorous rodent (Dasyprocta punctata). Biotropica 45: 88–93.
  • Esser, H.J., Y. Liefting, R. Kays & P.A. Jansen (2012). A record of Striped Hog-nosed Skunk Conepatus semistriatus in central Panama, between two known sub-ranges. Small Carnivore Conservation 47: 62-64.
  • Jansen, P.A., B.T. Hirsch, W.J. Emsens, V. Zamora-Gutierrez, M. Wikelski & R. Kays (2012). Thieving rodents as substitute dispersers of megafaunal seeds. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 31: 12610–12615.
  • Rowcliffe, J.M., C. Carbone, R. Kays, B. Kranstauber & P.A. Jansen (2012). Bias in estimating animal travel distance: the effect of sampling frequency. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3:653-662.
  • Kays, R., S. Tilak, B. Kranstauber, P.A. Jansen, C. Carbone, J.M. Rowcliffe, T. Fountain, J. Eggert, Z. He (2011). Camera Traps as Sensor Networks for Monitoring Animal Communities. International Journal of Research and Reviews in Wireless Sensor Networks 1: 19-29.
  • Rowcliffe, J.M., C. Carbone, P.A. Jansen, R. Kays & B. Kranstauber (2011). Quantifying the sensitivity of camera traps: an adapted distance sampling approach. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 464–476.
  • Jansen, P.A. & J. den Ouden (2005). Observing seed removal: remote video monitoring seed selection, predation and dispersal. pp. 363-378 in: P.M. Forget, J.E. Lambert, P.E. Hulme & S.B. Vander Wall (eds.) Seed fate: predation and secondary dispersal. CABI publishing, Wallingford.
  • Den Ouden, J., P.A. Jansen & R. Smit (2005). Jays, mice and oaks: predation and dispersal of Quercus robur and Q. petraea in North-western Europe. Pp. 223-240 in: Forget, P. M., Lambert, J. E., Hulme, P. E. and Vander Wall, S. B. (eds.), Seed fate: predation, dispersal and seedling establishment. CABI publishing, Wallingford.
  • Jansen, P.A., F. Bongers & L. Hemerik, L. (2004). Seed mass and mast seeding enhance dispersal by a Neotropical scatter-hoarding rodent. Ecological Monographs 74: 569-589.
  • Jansen, P.A., M. Bartholomeus, F. Bongers, J.A. Elzinga, J. Den Ouden & S.E. Van Wieren (2002). The role of seed size in dispersal by a scatterhoarding rodent. pp. 209-225 in: D. Levey, W.R. Silva & M. Galetti (eds). Seed Dispersal and Frugivory: Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. CABI publishing, Wallingford.