A full list of papers and PDFs can be found here:

https://scholar.google.co.il/citations?user=t5fsd2EAAAAJ&hl=en 

Or on Researchgate
 
Key concept papers

Berger-Tal, O. and D. Saltz. 2019. Invisible barriers: anthropogenic impacts on inter- and intra-specific interactions as drivers of landscape-independent fragmentation. Philosophical Transactions B https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2018.0049.​


Saltz, D., J. Justus and B. Huffaker. 2018. The crucial but underrepresented role of philosophy in conservation science curricula​​. Conservation Biology,33:217-220.

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Kapota, D. and D. Saltz.  2018. Unequal Density-Dependence between Survival and Recruitment impacts Compensatory Dynamics and Harvesting Effectiveness. J. Wildlife Management.82:1756-1766.

Greenbaum G., S. Renan, A. R. Templeton, A. Bouskila, D. Saltz, D. I. Rubenstein and S. Bar-David. 2018. Revealing life-history characteristics and their impacts on genetic drift by contrasting genetic estimation with theoretical predictions of effective population size Conservation Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13068​.

Kapota, D., A. Dolev, and D. Saltz. 2017. Inferring detailed space use from movement paths: a unifying residence-time based framework. Ecology and Evolution. 7:8507-8515.

Zidon, R., S. Garti, W. M. Getz and D. Saltz.  2017. Zebra migration strategies and anthrax in Etosha National Park, Namibia. Ecosphere. 8:  DOI:10.1002/ecs2.1925

​Greggor, A.L., O. Berger-Tal, D. T. Blumstein, L. Angeloni, C. Bessa-Gomes, B. F. Blackwell, C. Cassady St Clair, K. Crooks, S. de Silva9,10, E. Fernández-Juricic11, S. Z. Goldenberg, S. L. Mesnick, M. Owen, C. J. Price, D. Saltz, C. J. Schell, A. V. Suarez, R. R. Swaisgood, C. S. Winchell, W. J. Sutherlan. 2016. Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximizing conservation progress. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 12:953-964.

Kapota, D.,  A. Dolev, G. Bino, D. Yosha, A. Guter, R. King, and D. Saltz 2016. Determinants of emigration and their impact on survival during dispersal in fox and jackal populations" Scientific Reports 2016; 6: 24021. doi:  10.1038/srep24021

Berger-Tal, O., J Nathan, E Meron, D Saltz. ‏2014. The Exploration-Exploitation Dilemma: A Multidisciplinary Framework‏ . PloS one 9 (4), e95693

Saltz, D. 2011. Statistical Inference and Decision Making in Conservation Biology.  Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution  57:309-317 (Special issue on Making Good Science)

Berger-Tal, O., T. Peled. A. Oron, B. Kotler, Y. Lubin, and D. Saltz, 2011.Integrating animal behavior and conservation biology: A conceptual framework. Behavioral Ecology 22:236-239.

Peled, T and D. Saltz. 2011. Reintroductions as an ecosystem restoration technique.  Conservation Biology 25:424-425..

Getz, W. M. and D. Saltz. 2008. A framework for generating and analyzing movement paths on ecological landscapes PNAS., 105:19066-19071.

Nathan R., W. M. Getz, E. Revilla, M.l Holyoak, R. Kadmon, D. Saltz and P. E. Smouse. 2008. Moving forward with movement ecology: A proposed unifying paradigm to study movements of organisms.  PNAS., 105:19052-19059.

Pe'er, G., D. Saltz,, and K. Frank.  2005. Virtual corridors: Concept definition and application in conservation. Conservation Biology 19:1997-2003.

Saltz, D., and B. P. Kotler. 2003. Maternal age is a predominant determinant of progeny sex ratio in ungulates: A reply to Hewison et al.  Oikos 101:646-649. 

Bohrer, G., S. Shem-Tov, E. Summer, K. Or, and D. Saltz. 2002. The effectiveness of various rabies spatial vaccination patterns in a simulated host population with clumped distribution. Ecological Modelling 152:205-211.

Saltz, D. 1998. A long-term systematic approach to reintroductions:the Persian fallow deer and Arabian oryx in Israel.  Animal Conservation 1:245-252.

Saltz, D., G. C. White, and R. T. Bartmann.  1995. Assessing animal condition, nutrition, and stress, from urine in snow. Wildlife Society Bulletin.  23:694-698.