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Nandintsetseg Dejid
Nandintsetseg Dejid
Postdoctoral researcher, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (SBiK-F)
Verified email at senckenberg.de
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Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
MA Tucker, K B÷hning-Gaese, WF Fagan, JM Fryxell, B Van Moorter, ...
Science 359 (6374), 466-469, 2018
10722018
Longest terrestrial migrations and movements around the world
K Joly, E Gurarie, MS Sorum, P Kaczensky, MD Cameron, AF Jakes, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 15333, 2019
1212019
Fence ecology: Frameworks for understanding the ecological effects of fences
A McInturff, W Xu, CE Wilkinson, N Dejid, JS Brashares
BioScience 70 (11), 971-985, 2020
952020
Conserving the world's finest grassland amidst ambitious national development
N Batsaikhan, B Buuveibaatar, B Chimed, O Enkhtuya, D Galbrakh, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1736-1739, 2014
882014
Mapping out a future for ungulate migrations
MJ Kauffman, F Cagnacci, S ChamaillÚ-Jammes, M Hebblewhite, ...
Science 372 (6542), 566-569, 2021
842021
Correcting for missing and irregular data in home‐range estimation
CH Fleming, D Sheldon, WF Fagan, P Leimgruber, T Mueller, ...
Ecological Applications 28 (4), 1003-1010, 2018
772018
Challenges in the conservation of wide‐ranging nomadic species
D Nandintsetseg, C Bracis, KA Olson, K B÷hning‐Gaese, JM Calabrese, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (8), 1916-1926, 2019
632019
Barrier Behaviour Analysis (BaBA) reveals extensive effects of fencing on wide‐ranging ungulates
W Xu, N Dejid, V Herrmann, H Sawyer, AD Middleton
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (4), 690-698, 2021
582021
A comprehensive framework for handling location error in animal tracking data
CH Fleming, J Drescher-Lehman, MJ Noonan, TSB Akre, DJ Brown, ...
BioRxiv, 2020.06. 12.130195, 2020
392020
Habitat and diet of equids
KA Schoenecker, SRB King, MK Nordquist, D Nandintsetseg, Q Cao
Wild equids: Ecology, management, and conservation, 41-57, 2016
362016
Spatiotemporal habitat dynamics of ungulates in unpredictable environments: The khulan (Equus hemionus) in the Mongolian Gobi desert as a case study
D Nandintsetseg, P Kaczensky, O Ganbaatar, P Leimgruber, T Mueller
Biological Conservation 204, 313-321, 2016
342016
Body size and digestive system shape resource selection by ungulates: A cross‐taxa test of the forage maturation hypothesis
S Esmaeili, BR Jesmer, SE Albeke, EO Aikens, KA Schoenecker, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (10), 2178-2191, 2021
312021
Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns
MA Tucker, AM Schipper, TSF Adams, N Attias, T Avgar, NL Babic, ...
Science 380 (6649), 1059-1064, 2023
292023
Variability in nomadism: environmental gradients modulate the movement behaviors of dryland ungulates
D Nandintsetseg, C Bracis, P Leimgruber, P Kaczensky, B Buuveibaatar, ...
Ecosphere 10 (11), e02924, 2019
212019
Evaluating expert‐based habitat suitability information of terrestrial mammals with GPS‐tracking data
MJE Broekman, JP Hilbers, MAJ Huijbregts, T Mueller, AH Ali, H AndrÚn, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 31 (8), 1526-1541, 2022
72022
Resource selection of a nomadic ungulate in a dynamic landscape
TSM Stratmann, N Dejid, JM Calabrese, WF Fagan, CH Fleming, ...
Plos one 16 (2), e0246809, 2021
62021
Exploring complementarity among interdependent pastoral institutions in Mongolia
U Kasymov, I Ring, G Gonchigsumlaa, N Dejid, L Drees
Sustainability Science 18 (1), 115-131, 2023
52023
Movement drives population dynamics of one of the most mobile ungulates on E arth: Insights from a mechanistic model
TSM Stratmann, M Forrest, W Traylor, N Dejid, KA Olson, T Mueller, ...
Ecology 104 (7), e4071, 2023
32023
A gazelle's extraordinary, 18,000‐km‐long journey through the steppes of M ongolia
N Dejid, K Olson, TSM Stratmann, T Mueller
Ecology 103 (5), e3660, 2022
32022
Wild equids: ecology, management, and conservation
L Boyd, A Scorolli, H Nowzari, A Bouskila, JI Ransom, P Kaczensky
Social organization of wild equids, 7, 2016
32016
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