We are postponing the 2020 AniMove course due to the current Corona crisis. We tried to wait for as long as it seemed responsible, but now we feel that we need to make the uncomfortable decision. In the view of the situation currently, the Max-Planck institute of...
Visualizing movement trajectories in R using moveVis: Article published in the latest issue of Methods in Ecology and Evolution
Figure 1: Migratory movements of white storks Ciconia ciconia on a Mapbox satellite base map Figure 2: Migratory movements of white storks Ciconia ciconia on a temporally interpolated MODIS MOD13Q1 NDVI time series This month, our open-access paper on visualizing...
The application for AniMove 2020 at MPI close to Konstanz, Germany, is open until February 15th. Apply before the deadline to have the chance to spend two intensive weeks and learn animal movement analysis and remote sensing using R and QGIS. more details here:...
After many discussions and considerations we decided to organize the next AniMove again in Germany. AniMove 2020 will take place at MPI in Möggingen (Germany, Lake Constance)! More details about dates, content, fees will be provided soon.
Animal movement in space and time, and its link to environmental conditions, are key to ecological and conservation research. With increased availability of high spatial and temporal resolution animal tracking data, we now have an unprecedented level of detail to...
Daniel Palacios, Assistant Professor at the Oregon State University, Marine Mammal Institute and Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, visualized his whale movement data using moveVis. In this post he explains the background as well as how he achieved the movement...
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