Attila D. SÁNDOR

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List of selected papers

Books:

  1. Triplet, P., Overdijk, O., Smart, M., Nagy, S., Schneider-Jacoby, M., Karauz, E.S., Pigniczki, C., Baha El Din, S., Kralj, J., Sándor, A., Navedo, J.G. (Compilers). 2008. International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Eurasian Spoonbill Platalea leucorodia. AEWA Technical Series No.35. Bonn, Germany, 154 p.
  2. Bugariu, S., Daróczi, J. S., Domşa, C., Fântână C., Gache C., Hulea D., Kelemen A. M., Komáromi I., Kovács I., Müller J., Papp, T., Sándor, A.D., Zeitz R. 2008. Ariile de Importanţă Avifaunistică din România/Important Bird Areas in Romania. II. Edition. Ed. Societatea Ornitologică Română & Asociatia pentru Protecţia Păsărilor şi a Naturii „Grupul Milvus”, Târgu Mureş, 319 p.
  3. Papp, T., Sándor, A.D. (eds) 2007. Arii de Importanţă Avifaunistică din România/Important Bird Areas in Romania. Editura Societatea Ornitologică Română & Asociaţia pentru Protecţia Păsărilor şi a Naturii „Grupul Milvus” Târgu Mureş, 252 p.
  4. Nagy Sz., A, Nagy, N. Onea. & Sándor, A.D. 2004. Păsările din pescării. Protejarea păsărilor prin administrarea adecvată a resurselor naturale din pescării. Publ SOR, Cluj, p. 48. (in Romanian)

Book chapters

  1. Szabó, J. & Sándor, A.D. 2003. The status of Ferruginous Duck in Romania. In: Petkov, N., Hughes, B. and Gallo-Orsi, U. (eds). Ferruginous Duck: From Research to Conservation., Conservation Series No. 6. BirdLife International – BSPB – TWSG, Sofia, pp. 36-39.
  2. Sándor, A.D. 2000. Metode speciale de numărare a unor categorii de păsări. [Special bird census methods.] In: Bibby, C., M. Jones, S. Mardsen (eds.): Metode de evaluare a abundenţei păsărilor. SOR, Cluj, pp. 135-141. [in Romanian]
  3. Demeter, L., AM. Csergő, A.D. Sándor, I. Imecs, C. Vizauer 2011. Natural treasures of the Csík Basin (Depresiunea Ciucului) and Csík-Mountains (Munţii Ciucului). In: Knowles, B. (ed.) Mountain hay meadows: hotspots of biodiversity and traditional culture. Society of Biology, London. ©Pogány-havas Association 2011, pp. 1-12.
  4. Vincze, O, Daróczi J. S., Kelemen A. M., Kovács I., Pap P. L., Papp T., Sándor A.D., Zeitz R. (2011) A Gyergyói-medence madárfaunája [Bird fauna of Depresiunea Gheorghenilor].  In: Markó, B., Sárkány-Kiss, E (eds): A Gyergyói-medence: egy mozaikos táj természeti értékei. Ed. Presa Universitară Clujeană, Cluj-Napoca, p. 183-214.

Papers

  1. Mihalca, A.D., Gherman C.M., Magdaş C., Dumitrache M.O., Györke A., Sándor A.D., Domşa C., Mircean V., Mărcuţan D.I., D’Amico G., Păduraru A.O., Cozma V. (2012) Ixodes ricinus is the dominant questing tick in forest habitats in Romania: the results from a countrywide dragging campaign. Experimental and Applied Acarology 58: 175-182. DOI: 10.1007/s10493-012-9568-3IF: 1.725
  2. Mihalca A.D., Dumitrache M.O., Magdaş C., Gherman C.M., Domşa C., Mircean V., Ghira I.V., Pocora V., Cozma V., Sándor A.D. (2012) Synopsis of the hard ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of Romania with update on host associations and geographical distribution. Experimental and Applied Acarology 58: 183-206. 10.1007/s10493-012-9566-5 IF: 1.725
  3. Gherman, C., A.D. Sándor, Z. Kalmár, M. Marinov, AD Mihalca (2012) First report of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in two threatened carnivores: the Marbled polecat, Vormela peregusna and European mink, Mustela lutreola (Mammalia: Mustelidae). BMC Veterinary Research 2012, 8:137. doi:10.1186/1746-6148-8-137 IF: 2.000
  4. Kiss, J.B., M. Marinov, V. Alexe, A.D. Sándor (2012) First records of the Pine Marten (Martes martes) in the Danube Delta. North-western Journal of Zoology 8: 195-197. IF: 0.747
  5. Dumitrache, M., C.M. Gherman, V. Cozma, V. Mircean, A. Györke, A.D. Sándor, A.D. Mihalca (2012) Hard ticks (Ixodidae) in Romania: surveillance, host associations and possible risks for tick-borne diseases. Parasitology Research 110(5): 2067-2070. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-011-2703-y IF: 2.149
  6. Tăbăran, A.F, C. Catoi, A. Gal, M. Tăulescu, P. Bolfa, A.D. Sándor, B. Kiss, A.D. Mihalca 2012. Pathological characterization of larva migrans caused by Alaria alata infection in the European Mink. Journal of Comparative Pathology 146(1): 92. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcpa.2011.11.187 IF: 1.647
  7. Sándor, A.D., J.B. Kiss, M. Marinov, V. Alexe, C. Domșa 2011. The Danube Delta at the crossroads of migrating Great Cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo. Cormorant Research Group Bulletin 7: 26-32.
  8. Dabert, J., A. Mihalca, A.D. Sándor 2011. The first report of Knemidocoptes intermedius Fain et Macfarlane, 1967 (Acari; Astigmata) in naturally infected European birds.Parasitology Research 109: 237–240. DOI: 10.1007/s00436-011-2390-8 IF: 2.149
  9. Kiss, J.B., Alexe, V., Marinov, M. Jr., Sándor, A.D. 2010. Data on the distribution of the Greater Black-headed Gull (Larus ichthyaetus Pall. 1773) and its breeding in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 16: 19-22.
  10. Sándor, A.D., C. Domşa, I. Moldován 2010. Observation of a large group of Sociable Lapwings in South-east Egypt. Sandgrouse 32: 59-60.
  11. Sándor, A.D., I. Moldován 2010. Observations of Lanner Falco biarmicus preying on White-eyed Gull Larus leucophthalmus in Egypt. Sandgrouse 32: 2-3.
  12. Sándor, A.D., I. Moldován 2010a. A possible case of double brooding of Desert Eagle Owls (Bubo ascalaphus) in Egypt. African Journal of Ecology 48: 1129-1130. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2028.2009.01199.x  IF: 0.778
  13. Sándor, A.D., I. Moldován, 2010b. Heading to the City. Diet selection of urban breeding Desert Eagle Owls (Bubo ascalaphus) in Hurghada, Egypt. Journal of Arid Environments 74: 1146-1148. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2010.03.013 IF: 1.535
  14. Adam, C., G. Chişamera, S. J. Daróczi, Sándor, A.D. & M. Gogu-Bogdan 2009. Data on the chewing louse fauna (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) from some wild and domestic birds of Romania. Travaux du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle “Grigore Antipa” 52: 177-232.
  15. Sándor, A.D., Kiss J.B., Domşa C. 2009. The importance of Northern Dobrogea in the migration of Great Cormorant Phalacrocorax carbo. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 15: 41-46.
  16. Moldován I., Sándor, A.D. 2009. Breeding and food habits of urbanizing Desert Eagle Owls (Bubo ascalaphus) in Hurghada, Red Sea Coast, Egypt. Sandrouse 31: 73-77.
  17. Sándor, A.D. 2009. The summer diet of Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in the southern part of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica 61 (1): 87-92.
  18. Sándor, A.D. & D. T. Ionescu 2009. Diet of the Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo) in Braşov, Romania. North-western Journal of Zoology 5(1): 170-178. IF: 0.817
  19. Sándor, A. D., Z. Orbán 2008. Food of the Desert Eagle Owl (Bubo ascalaphus) in Siwa Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt. Zoology in the Middle East 44: 107-110.
  20. Sándor, A.D, J. B. Kiss 2008. High proportion of birds in the diet of wintering long-eared owls (Asio otus) from Tulcea, Danube Delta, Romania. Journal of Raptor Research 42: 167-171. IF: 0.419
  21. Sándor, A.D. 2008. The diet of wintering Barn Owls (Tyto alba) in the region of Histria, the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 14: 65-68.
  22. Sándor, A.D., S. Bugariu 2008. Food habits of the Eurasian Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo) in Cheile Dobrogei Gorge. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 14: 69-74.
  23. Sándor, A.D., I. Moldován, S. Bugariu 2007. First breeding record of the Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola) in Romania. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 13: 107-109.
  24. Kiss, J. B., Sándor, A.D., M. Marinov jr. and O. Overdijk 2007. New data regarding the migration of Spoonbills (Platalea leucorodia) from the Danube Delta, based on color ring resightings. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 13: 45-49.
  25. Sándor, A.D. & D. T. Ionescu 2007. Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) diet in Bârsei Depression, Central Romania. Acta Oecologica Carpatica 8: 263-266.
  26. Adam, C. & Sándor, A.D. 2005. New data on the chewing louse fauna (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) from Romania. Part II. Travaux du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle “Grigore Antipa” 48: 65-86.
  27. Adam, C. & Sándor, A.D. 2004. New data on the chewing louse fauna (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) from Romania. Part I. Travaux du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle “Grigore Antipa” 46: 75-82.
  28. Sándor, A.D. & T. Sike 2004. Comparative assessment of niche-width of two lowland Barnowl (Tyto alba) populations. Studii şi Comunicări ale Muzeului Judeţean Satu Mare 4-5: 232-235.
  29. Sándor, A.D. & J. B. Kiss 2004. Food of wintering Long-eared Owls (Asio otus) in Tulcea, Delta Dunarii. Analele Institutului Naţional de Cercetare “Delta Dunării” 10: 49-54.
  30. Sándor, A.D., I. Simó & I. Máthé 2004. Hunting behaviour and diet of migrating Woodchat Shrikes Lanius senator in eastern Romania. Biological Letters 41: 167-173.
  31. Sándor, A.D. 2001. New species of birds breeding in Retezat Mountains. Sargetia 26: 12-17.
  32. Babos, K. & Sándor, A.D. 2000. Költésbiológiai megfigyelések a mezőméhesi gémtelepen. [Observations in the breeding colony near Miheşu de Câmpie village]. Studii şi Comunicări ale Muzeului Judeţean Satu Mare. 25-26: 679-698. [in Hungarian]
  33. Sándor, A.D. & A. Virginás 1999. Considerations on the status of Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola) in Romania. The Ring 20: 123-126.
  34. Kósa, F., D. Munteanu, P.L. Pap, Sándor, A.D. & Z. D. Szabó 1998. Rezultatele recensământului de berze (Ciconia ciconia) L. în judeţul Cluj în anul 1996 [Results of White Stork census in Cluj county, in year 1996]. Studia Universitas Babeş-Bolyai, Biologia, 42: 65-70. [In Romanian]
  35. Sándor, A.D. & I. Simó 1998. Városban telelő erdei fülesbagoly (Asio otus) populáció táplálékspektrum-változásának kvantitatív és kvalitatív vizsgálata. [Quantitative and qualitative analysis of changes in food-spectra of urban wintering Long-eared Owls.] Collegium Biologicum 1: 29-34. [in Hungarian]
  36. Sándor, A.D., M. Petrovici, I. Sârbu 1997. Ragadozó és fő zsákmányállat viszonya az erdei fülesbagolynál. [The relationship between predator and main prey in the case of Long-eared Owls.] Múzeumi Füzetek 6: 172-178. [in Hungarian]

 

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