My research interests focus wildlife conservation ecology and the interaction between wildlife and the role of wildlife in natural systems. Much of my work is built around utilization of novel technologies and approaches to wildlife ecology. In particular, I was part of a team that developed the first non-invasive monitoring scheme for any avian species, I have been involved in development of novel high-frequency GPS-GSM telemetry systems for tracking migratory birds, and I am interested in development of camera trapping methodologies for avian species.
- Adjunct Professor
Miller, T.M., Brandes, D., Lanzone, M., Ombalski, D., Maisonneuve, C. and T. Katzner (2009) Golden eagle migration and winter behavior in Pennsylvania. pp111 - 125 Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications.(Majumdar, S.K., eds) Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences
Brandes, D., Miller, T.M. and T. Katzner (2009) Wind Power Mortality. pp. 300 – 303 Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications (Majumdar, S.K., ed) Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences.
Terraube, J., Arroyo, B.E., Mougeot, F., Katzner, T.E. and E.A. Bragin (2010) Breeding biology of the Montagu’s harrier (Circus pygargus) in north-central Kazakhstan Journal of Ornithology 151(3):713-722.
Dr. Katzner received his Ph.D. in 2003 with Andrew Smith at Arizona State University, Tempe, performed postdoctoral studies with E.J. Milner-Gulland at Imperial College London, and joined the Department in 2006.