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A Primer on Datasets for Movement Ecology

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MMVW01 - Summer School on Mathematics of Movement

Movement ecology is a relatively new interdisciplinary field (attracting engineers, behaviour/population ecologists, physiologists, mathematicians, statisticians, etc.) aimed at describing and understanding how movement relates to processes that scale from individuals to populations. Rapid improvements in data collection by way of animal-borne devices and remote sensing technologies have led to substantial volumes of data from oft challenging environments. We discuss three such datasets with reference to corresponding research questions of interest: reproductive tactics of male elephants (Loxodona africana) in Africa; grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) behavior in the North Atlantic Ocean; and the distribution of female northern pike (Esox Lucius) in Hald Lake, Denmark. 

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