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High frequency movement data provides insight into animal interactions

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MMVW03 - Measures and Representations of Interactions

The physical environment affects animal movement capacity and movement costs. This can affect animal interactions because it affects when, where and how animals move. I will consider how animal-attached loggers can provide insight into this interaction cascade, from birds circling in thermal updrafts, to aerial predators that must camouflage their movements to reduce their chances of being detected. In these examples, accelerometers, magnetometers, and other sensors recording multiple times a second, can shed light on how the physical environment can affect animal interactions from fine scales (less than a metre) to hundreds of metres.

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