Flyer & Infomaterialien:

Flyer Feldhamster gesucht in Rheinland-Pfalz

Projektflyer Feldhamster in Rheinland-Pfalz

 

Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten:

2019

TISSIER et al. (2019): Captive-reared European hamsters follow an offensive strategy during risk-assessment. PloS one, 14(1), e0210158.

2018

ROYER et al. (2018): A Brief Note on the Presence of the Common Hamster during the Late Glacial Period in Southwestern France. Quaternary, 1(1), 8.

SIUTZ et al. (2018): Shallow Torpor Expression in Free-ranging Common Hamsters with and without Food Supplements. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 6, 190.

2017

TISSIER et al. (2017): Diets derived from maize monoculture cause maternal infanticides in the endangered European hamster due to a vitamin B3 deficiency. Proc. R. Soc. B 284.

2016

SUROV et al. (2016): Dramatic global decrease in the range and reproduction rate of the European hamster Cricetus cricetus. Endangered species research, 31, 119-145.

2015

O’BRIEN (2015): Saving the common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) from extinction in Alsace (France): potential flagship conservation or an exercise in futility?. Hystrix, 26(2).

2014

MEINIG et al. (2014): Der Status des Feldhamsters in Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft 2014 (8): 338-343.

REINERS & NOWAK (2014): Nicht invasive genetische Untersuchungen des Feldhamsters und ihr Beitrag zu Erfassung, Monitoring und Populationsabgrenzung. Natur und Landschaft 2014 (8): 356-363.

2013

ALBERT (2013): Erfassung des Reproduktionserfolges des Feldhamsters in Hessen – Masterarbeit.

2012

2011

REINERS et al. (2011): Eine nicht-invasive, kostengünstige Methode zur genetischen Untersuchung von Feldhamsterpopulationen. Säugetierkundliche Informationen 2011 (8): 93-98

2010

LA HAYE et al. (2010): Agri-environmental schemes for the Common hamster (Cricetus cricetus). Why is the Dutch project successful?.