The following is a list of some publications by Anatrack staff, past and present. Many of those listed discuss analyses implemented in Ranges.
Penteriani, V. Rutz C.J. & Kenward, R.E. 2014. Hunting behaviour and breeding performance of northern goshawks Accipiter gentilis, in relation to resource availability, sex, age and morphology. Naturewissenschaften DOI 10.1007/s00114-013-1093-7.
Papathansiou, J. & Kenward, R.E. 2014. Design of a data-driven environmental decision support system and testing of stakeholder data-collection. Environmental Modelling and Software 55:92-106.
Kenward, R.E., Papathanasiou, J., Arampatzis, E. & Manos, B.A. (eds) 2013. Transactional Environmental Support System Design: Global Solutions. IGI-Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA.
Shuttleworth, C., Kenward, R. & Jackson, N. 2008. Re-introduction of the red squirrel into Newborough forest on the island of Anglesey, UK. Pp. 163-166 in Soorae, P.S. (ed) Global reintroduction perspectives: reintroduction case studies from around the world. IUCN/SSC Reintroduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi, UAE. 284 pp.
Arraut, E.M., Marmontel, M., Mantovani, J.E., Novo, E.M.L.M., Macdonald, D.W. & Kenward, R.E. 2010. The lesser of two evils: seasonal migrations of Amazonian manatees in the Western Amazon. Journal of Zoology (London) 280: 247-256.
Williams, B., Walls, S., Walsh, M, Gormally, M. & Bleasdale, A. 2009. Proposing an efficient indicator of grazer distribution on heterogeneous hill vegetation. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 7: 341-358.
Knight, C. M., Kenward, R. E., Gozlan, R. E., Hodder, K. H., Walls, S. S. & Lucas, M. C. 2009. Home-range estimation within complex restricted environments: importance of method selection in detecting seasonal change. Wildlife Research 36: 213-224.
Hodder K. H., Masters J.E.G., Beaumont W.R.C., Welton, J.S., Kenward, R.E., Pinder A C. & Gozlan R.E. 2007. The area and structure of pike Esox lucius ranges in a seasonally flooded river. Hydrobiologia 582: 257-269.
Walls, S.S. & Kenward, R.E. 2007. Spatial Tracking: A. Radio-tracking. Pp. 237-241 in Bird, D.M. & Bildstein, K.L. (eds). Raptor research and management techniques. Hancock House, Blaine, Washington, USA.
Kenward, R., Katzner, T., Wink, M., Marcström, V., Walls, S., Karlbom, M., Pfeffer, R., Bragin, E., Hodder, K., & Levin, A. 2007. Rapid sustainability modelling for raptors with radio-tags and DNA-fingerprints. Journal of Wildlife Management 71: 238-245.
Kenward, R.E. 2006. The Goshawk. T. & A.D. Poyser / A. & C. Black, London, U.K.
Walls, S. S. & Kenward, R. E. 2006. The Operational Ecologist: Radio-tracking. British Ecological Society Bulletin.
Fuller, M.R., Church, K.E., Millspaugh, J.J. & Kenward, R.E. 2005. Wildlife Radiotelemetry. Pp. 377-417 in Braun, C.L. (ed) Manual of Wildlife Management Techniques. The Wildlife Society, Maryland, USA.
Hemson, G., Macdonald, D.W., Ginsberg, J., Kenward, R.E., Ripley, R. & South, A.B. 2005. Are Kernels the mustard, an assessment of kernel home range estimators using GPS data from lions. Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 455-463.
Masters J.E.G., Hodder K. H., Beaumont W.R.C., Gozlan R.E., Pinder A.C., Kenward R.E. & Welton J. S. 2005. Spatial behaviour of pike Esox lucius in the river Frome UK. pp. 179-190 in Spedicato, M.T., Lembo, G. & Marmulla, G. (eds) Aquatic telemetry: advances and applications. FAO Fisheries Department, Rome, Italy.
Walls S., Kenward, R. and Holloway, G. 2005. Weather to disperse Evidence that climatic conditions affect vertebrate dispersal. Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 190-197.
Walls S., Kenward, R. and Holloway, G. 2004. How common is the common buzzard, Buteo buteo? Biologist 51: 23-26.
Kenward, R.E. 2004. Radio tagging. Chapter 6 in Sutherland, W.S, Newton, I. & Green, R.E. Bird ecology and conservation: a handbook of techniques. Oxford University Press.
Nygård, T., Kenward, R. & Einvik, K. 2003. Dispersal in juvenile White-tailed Sea Eagles in Norway shown by radio-telemetry. Pp. 191-196 in Helander, B., Marquiss, M. & Bowerman, W. (eds) Sea-Eagle 2000. Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Björkö, Sweden.
Kenward, R.E., Rushton, S.P., Perrins, C.M., Macdonald, D.W, & South, A.B. 2002. From marking to modelling: dispersal study techniques for land vertebrates. pp. 50-71 in Bullock, J.M., Kenward, R.E. & Hails, R. (eds.) Dispersal: an ecological perspective. Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Blackwell, Oxford.
South, A.B., Rushton, S.P., Kenward, R.E., & Macdonald, D.W 2002. Modelling vertebrate dispersal and demography in real landscapes: how does uncertainty regarding dispersal behaviour influence predictions of spatial population dynamics? pp. 327-349 in Bullock, J.M., Kenward, R.E. & Hails, R. (eds.) Dispersal: an ecological perspective. Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Blackwell, Oxford.
Kenward, R.E. 2001. Introduction: historical and practical perspectives. pp 3-12 in Millspaugh, J.J. & Marzluff, J.M. (eds.) Radiotelemetry and animal populations. Academic Press, San Diego.
Kenward, R.E. 2001. A manual for wildlife radio-tagging. Academic Press, London.
Kenward, R.E., Clarke, R.T., Hodder, K.H. & Walls, S.S. 2001. Density and linkage estimators of home range: nearest-neighbor clustering defines multi-nuclear cores. Ecology 82: 1905-1920.
Kenward, R.E., Hall, D.G., Walls, S.S. & Hodder, K.H. 2001. Factors affecting predation by buzzards (Buteo buteo) on released pheasants (Phasianus colchicus). Journal of Applied Ecology 38: 813-822.
Kenward, R.E., Walls, S.S. & Hodder, K.H. 2001. Life path analysis: scaling indicates priming effects of social and habitat factors on dispersal distances. Journal of Animal Ecology 70: 1-13.
Kenward, R.E., Walls, S.S., Hodder, K.H., Pahkala, M., Freeman, S.N. & Simpson, V. R. 2000. The prevalence of non-breeders in raptor populations: evidence from rings, radio-tags and transect surveys. Oikos 91: 271-279.
Walls, S.S. & Kenward, R.E. 2001. Spatial consequences of relatedness and age in buzzards. Animal Behaviour 61: 1069-1078.
Nygård, T, Kenward, R.E. & Einvik, K. 2000. Radio telemetry studies of dispersal and survival in juvenile White-tailed Sea Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla in Norway. pp. 487-497 in Chancellor, R.D. & Meyburg, B.-U. (eds.) Raptors at Risk. World Working Group on Birds of Prey, Berlin.
South, A. B., Rushton, S. P. & Macdonald, D. W. 2000. Simulating the proposed reintroduction of the European beaver (Castor fiber) to Scotland. Biological Conservation 93: 103-116.
Kenward, R.E., Marcström, V. & Karlbom, M. 1999. Demographic estimates from radio-tagging: models of age-specific survival and breeding in the goshawk. Journal of Animal Ecology 68: 1020-1033.
South, A. B. 1999. Dispersal in spatially explicit population models. Conservation Biology 13: 1039-1046.
South, A. B. 1999. Extrapolating from individual movement behaviour to population spacing patterns in a ranging mammal. Ecological Modelling 117: 343-360.
Walls, S.S., Mañosa, S., Fuller, R.J., Hodder, K.H. & Kenward, R.E. 1999. Are dispersers pioneers or outcasts? Evidence from radio-tagged raptors. Journal of Avian Biology 30: 407-415.
Kenward, R.E. 1998. Some recent advances in radio-tagging and data processing. Environmental Toxicology. pp173-179 in Brewer, L. & Fagerstone, K. (eds) Radiotelemetry applications for wildlife toxicology studies. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Pensacola, USA.
Kenward, R.E. & Hodder, K.H. 1998. Red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) released in conifer woodland: the effects of source habitat, predation and interactions with grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis). Journal of Zoology, London 244: 23-32.
Hodder, K.H., Kenward, R.E., Walls , S.S. & Clarke, R.T. 1998. Estimating core ranges: a comparison of techniques using the Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo). Journal of Raptor Research 32: 82-89.
Robertson, P.A., N.J. Aebischer, R.E. Kenward, I.P. Hanski and N.P. Williams. 1998. Simulation and jack-knifing assessment of home-range indices based on underlying trajectories. Journal of Applied Ecology 35: 928-940.
Tyack, A.J., Kenward, R.E. & Walls, S.S. 1998. Behaviour in the post-nestling dependence period of radio-tagged Common Buzzards Buteo buteo. Ibis 140: 58-63.
Walls, S.S. & Kenward, R.E. 1998. Movements of radio-tagged Buzzards Buteo buteo in early life. Ibis 140: 561-568.
South, A. B., Lurz, P. W. W. & Rushton, S. P. 1997. Simulating foraging movements of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) to generate hypotheses regarding spacing patterns. In The Conservation of Red Squirrels (eds. J. Gurnell and P. W. W. Lurz). PTES, London.
Kenward, R.E. 1996. Goshawk adaptation to de-forestation: does Europe differ from North America? pp. 233-243 in Bird, D.M, Varland, D.E., & Negro J.J. (eds) Raptors in human landscapes. Academic Press, London, UK.
Walls, S.S. & Kenward, R.E. 1995. Movements of radio-tagged Common Buzzards Buteo buteo in their first year. Ibis 137: 177-182.
Kenward, R.E. & Walls, S.S. 1994. The systematic study of radio-tagged raptors: I. Survival, home-range and habitat-use. pp. 303-315 in Meyburg, B.-U. & Chancellor, R.D. (eds) Raptor Conservation Today. World Working Group on Birds of Prey.
Walls, S.S. & Kenward, R.E. 1994. The systematic study of radio-tagged raptors: II.Sociality and dispersal. pp. 317-324 in Meyburg, B.-U. & Chancellor, R.D. (eds) Raptor Conservation Today. World Working Group on Birds of Prey.
Kenward, R.E. & Holm, J.L. 1993. On the replacement of the red squirrel in Britain: a phytotoxic explanation. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 251: 187-194.
Kenward, R.E., Marcström, V. & Karlbom, M. 1993. Post-nestling behaviour in goshawks, Accipiter gentilis: I. The causes of dispersal. Animal Behaviour 46: 365-70.
Kenward, R.E., Marcström, V. & Karlbom, M. 1993. Post-nestling behaviour in goshawks, Accipiter gentilis: II. Sex differences in sociality and nest switching. Animal Behaviour 46: 371-378.
Aebischer, A.E., Robertson, P.A. & Kenward, R.E. 1993. Compositional analysis of habitat use from animal radio-tracking data. Ecology 74:1313-1325.
Aebischer, A.E., Marcström, V., Kenward, R.E. & Karlbom, M. 1993. Survival and habitat utilization: a case for compositional analysis. pp. 343-353 in LeBreton, J.D. & North, P.M. (eds). The use of marked individuals in the study of bird population dynamics: models, methods and software. Birkhauser, Basle, Switzerland.
Kenward, R.E. 1992. Quantity versus quality: programming for collection and analysis of radio tag data. pp. 231-246 in Priede, I.G. & Swift, S.M. (eds) Wildlife telemetry: remote monitoring and tracking of animals. Ellis Horwood, Chichester, UK.
Kenward, R.E. 1992. Radio-tagging and the analysis of animal movements. pp. 225-251 in Microcomputers in environmental biology (Ed. by J.N.R. Jeffers). Parthenon Publishing.
Cook, J. M., Trevelyan, R., Walls, S. S., Hatcher, M. and Rakotandraparany, F. 1991. The ecology of Hypogeomys antimena, an endemic Madagascan rodent. J. Zool. Lond. 224: 191-200.
Kenward, R.E. & Holm, J.L. 1989. What future for British red squirrels? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 38: 83-89.
Kenward, R.E. & Widen, P. 1989. Do goshawks need forests? Some conservation lessons from radio tracking. In B.-U. Meyburg & R.D. Chancellor (eds) Raptors in the modern world. World Working Group on Birds of Prey, Lentz Druck, Berlin.
Kenward, R.E. 1987. Wildlife Radio Tagging - Equipment, Field Techniques and Data Analysis. Academic Press, London.
Kenward, R.E. & Tonkin, M. 1986. Red and Grey squirrels: some behavioural and biometric differences. Journal of Zoology, London 209: 279-304.
Kenward, R.E. 1985. Ranging behaviour and population dynamics in grey squirrels. In Behavioural ecology: ecolological consequences of adaptive behaviour: 319-330. Sibly, R.M. & Smith, R.H. (eds) Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.
Kenward, R.E. 1985. Raptor radio tracking and radio telemetry. Int. Council Bird Pres. Tech Bull. 5:409-420.
Kenward, R.E. 1982. Techniques for monitoring the behaviour of grey squirrels by radio. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 49:175-196.
Kenward, R.E. 1982. Goshawk hunting behaviour, and range size as a function of habitat availability. Journal of Animal Ecology 51:69-80.
Kenward, R.E., Marcström, V. & Karlbom, M. 1981. Goshawk winter ecology in Swedish pheasant habitats. Journal of Wildlife Management 45:397-408.