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Animal Movement and the Environment

  1. Identifying movement routes and stopover sites is necessary for developing effective management and conservation strategies for migratory animals. In the case of migratory birds, a collection of migration rout...

    Authors: Eric C Palm, Scott H Newman, Diann J Prosser, Xiangming Xiao, Luo Ze, Nyambayar Batbayar, Sivananinthaperumal Balachandran and John Y Takekawa

    Citation: Movement Ecology 2015 3:3

    Content type: Research

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  2. Tracking individual animals using satellite telemetry has improved our understanding of animal movements considerably. Nonetheless, thorough statistical treatment of Argos datasets is often jeopardized by thei...

    Authors: Jean-François Therrien, David Pinaud, Gilles Gauthier, Nicolas Lecomte, Keith L Bildstein and Joël Bety

    Citation: Movement Ecology 2015 3:1

    Content type: Research

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  3. The study of animal movement is experiencing rapid progress in recent years, forcefully driven by technological advancement. Biologgers with Acceleration (ACC) recordings are becoming increasingly popular in t...

    Authors: Yehezkel S Resheff, Shay Rotics, Roi Harel, Orr Spiegel and Ran Nathan

    Citation: Movement Ecology 2014 2:27

    Content type: Software article

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