Pavel Ktitorov

MS, research fellow    /    Россия, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, St. Petersburg

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1B Nauki str.,Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia 693022
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Born 14.08.1979 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Graduated from St. Petersburg State University, Dept. Vertebrate Zoology with Diploma in Science WORK * 2010: research fellow at the Institute of Marine Geology and Geophysics, FEB RAS * 2009―2010: junior research fellow at the Institute of Marine Geology and Geophysics, FEB RAS * 2003―2009: research assistant at the Biological Station Rybachy, Zoological Institute RAS * 2003 – guest researcher at the Institute of Avian Research, Germany

Сфера научных интересов


Overcoming the challenges of large-scale network projects for the study of stopover songbird migrants along the East Asian Flyway

Pavel Ktitorov, Falk Huettmann, Ekaterina Matsyna, Aleksandr Matsyna, Nikita Chernetsov, Michail Markovets,Yury Gerasimov, Aleksey Antonov
Seasonal migrations are essential parts of the annual routine in most songbird species that breed in temperate and northern latitudes. The majority of passerines are small to medium size birds, therefore some advanced techniques such as satellite telemetry are not readily applicable for the...
15 October 2010, Mokpo, Korea

The Good and the Bad Stopover: Behaviours of Migrant Reed Warblers at Two Contrasting Sites

Ktitorov, Pavel; Tsvey, Arseny; Mukhin, Andrey
Successful migration for passerine birds depends largely on the quality of stopover habitats, but we still lack complete knowledge of how migrants search for habitats en route, and how they behave when landing at poor quality stopover sites. We compared the distance of exploratory movements and...

The importance of landscape context for songbirds on migration: body mass gain is related to habitat cover

Ktitorov P., Bairlein F., Dubinin M.
Landscape context influences many aspects of songbird ecology during the breeding season. The importance of landscape context at stopover sites for migrating songbirds, however, has received less attention. In particular, landscape context may affect the availability and quality of food for...
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Профессиональный опыт

Научные и исследовательские проекты

Stopover ecology of songbird migrants at the south of Sakhalin Island

We carried out the pilot study during the August -September 2009-2010<br/> Grant FEB RAS for 2010 10-III-В-06-142

Премии и награды

Foreign Scholar Travel Award (US-IALE) (2006)

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