Ivan Pokrovsky
Ivan Pokrovsky
Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior
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Costs of migratory decisions: a comparison across eight white stork populations
A Flack, W Fiedler, J Blas, I Pokrovsky, M Kaatz, M Mitropolsky, ...
Science advances 2 (1), e1500931, 2016
Predator traits determine food-web architecture across ecosystems
U Brose, P Archambault, AD Barnes, LF Bersier, T Boy, J Canning-Clode, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (6), 919-927, 2019
The importance of willow thickets for ptarmigan and hares in shrub tundra: the more the better?
D Ehrich, JA Henden, RA Ims, LO Doronina, ST Killengren, N Lecomte, ...
Oecologia 168 (1), 141-151, 2012
What can stable isotope analysis of top predator tissues contribute to monitoring of tundra ecosystems?
D Ehrich, RA Ims, N Yoccoz, N Lecomte, S Killengreen, E Fuglei, ...
Ecosystems 18 (3), 404-416, 2015
Documenting lemming population change in the Arctic: Can we detect trends?
D Ehrich, NM Schmidt, G Gauthier, R Alisauskas, A Angerbj÷rn, K Clark, ...
Ambio 49 (3), 786-800, 2020
Harmonizing circumpolar monitoring of Arctic fox: benefits, opportunities, challenges and recommendations
D Berteaux, AM Thierry, R Alisauskas, A Angerbj÷rn, E Buchel, ...
Polar Research 36 (sup1), 2017
Diet, nesting density, and breeding success of rough-legged buzzards (Buteo lagopus) on the Nenetsky Ridge, Arctic Russia
I Pokrovsky, D Ehrich, RA Ims, O Kulikova, N Lecomte, NG Yoccoz
Polar Biology 37, 447-457, 2014
Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic
SC Davidson, G Bohrer, E Gurarie, S LaPoint, PJ Mahoney, NT Boelman, ...
Science 370 (6517), 712-715, 2020
Rough-Legged Buzzards, Arctic Foxes and Red Foxes in a Tundra Ecosystem without Rodents
I Pokrovsky, D Ehrich, RA Ims, AV Kondratyev, H Kruckenberg, O Kulikova, ...
PLoS ONE 10 (2), e0118740, 2015
Assessing the causes of breeding failure among the rough-legged buzzard (Buteo lagopus) during the nestling period
I Pokrovsky, D Ehrich, RA Ims, O Kulikova, N Lecomte, NG Yoccoz
Polar Research 31 (1), 17294, 2012
Status and trends of circumpolar peregrine falcon and gyrfalcon populations
A Franke, K Falk, K Hawkshaw, S Ambrose, DL Anderson, PJ Bente, ...
Ambio 49 (3), 762-783, 2020
Climate-driven flyway changes and memory-based long-distance migration
Z Gu, S Pan, Z Lin, L Hu, X Dai, J Chang, Y Xue, H Su, J Long, M Sun, ...
Nature 591 (7849), 259–264, 2021
A method of stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis in assessment of the diet of birds of prey
IG Pokrovsky
Biology bulletin 39 (7), 590-592, 2012
Arctic avian predators synchronise their spring migration with the northern progression of snowmelt
T Curk, I Pokrovsky, N Lecomte, T Aarvak, DF Brinker, K Burnham, A Dietz, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
Birds of prey
G Gauthier, FI Doyle, O Gilg, IE Menyushina, RIG Morrison, N Ovsyanikov, ...
ArcticWOLVES: Arctic Wildlife Observatories Linking Vulnerable EcoSystemsá…, 2011
Peregrine Falcons kill a Gyrfalcon feeding on their nestling
I Pokrovsky, N Lecomte, A Sokolov, V Sokolov, NG Yoccoz
Journal of Raptor Research 44 (1), 66-69, 2010
Фауна и биотопическое распределение мелких млекопитающих (Micromammalia: Rodentia, Insectivora, Lagomorpha) на северо-западе плато Путорана
ВЮ Дубровский, ЛМ Каневский, ИГ Покровский
Бюллетень МОИП. Отд. Биол. 105 (5), 18-22, 2000
Data from: Longer days enable higher diurnal activity for migratory birds [rough-legged buzzards]
I Pokrovsky, O Kulikova, M Wikelski
Longer days enable higher diurnal activity for migratory birds
I Pokrovsky, A K÷lzsch, S Sherub, W Fiedler, P Glazov, O Kulikova, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2021
Nest association between two predators as a behavioral response to the low density of rodents
I Pokrovsky, D Ehrich, I Fufachev, RA Ims, O Kulikova, A Sokolov, ...
The Auk 137 (1), ukz060, 2020
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