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October 2017

CAnMove – Ecology of Animal Migration 2017

October 16, 2017 - October 27, 2017

Ecology of Animal Migration 2017 from the webpage: International PhD Course, October 16th - 27th Animals move across different spatial and temporal scales either as part of their daily life or as part of seasonal migrations to exploit resources in the environment. Well known examples are the global scale seasonal migrations in birds, sea turtles, fish and mammals, such as whales and wildebeests. Also movements at smaller scales occur, such as the vertical movements in plankton, the dispersal in soil…

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February 2018

Movement ecology (MOVE01) by PRStatistics

February 19 - February 23

The course will cover the concepts, technology and software tools that can be used to analyse movement data (from ringing/CMR to VHF/GPS to novel biologging data) in ecology and evolution, covering analysis techniques applicable broadly to most taxa, from micro-organisms to plants and animals. We will cover elementary and advanced analysis and modelling techniques broadly applicable across taxa, highlighting the advantages of a unified Movement Ecology framework. We will provide the necessary bases in ecology (especially behavioural ecology), physics and…

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May 2018

Short course on analyzing animal tracking data

May 22 - May 23
Raleigh, 11 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601 United States
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Short course on analyzing animal tracking data by Roland Kays Description Track annotation, visualization & analysis using Movebank and R. This is an NSF funded workshop on using Movebank and the Env-DATA Track Annotation Service to analyze animal tracking data. It is intended for graduate students or other professionals interested in relating animal tracking data to data about the environment they are moving through. Agenda Items: 1 Movebank basics. 2 How to use Env-DATA to annotate animal tracks and simulated…

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June 2018

BES course: Animal movement analyses: A to Z, with lots of R

June 18 - June 22
vancouver Vancouver, Canada + Google Map

The BES Movement Ecology Special Interest Group (SIG) workshop for graduate students and postdocs on methods to analyse movement data. Speakers/Organisers: Marie Auger-Méthé (University of British Columbia) Luca Börger (Swansea University) Garrett Street (Mississippi State University) This Movement Ecology SIG week-long workshop will immerse participants in the methodology needed to analyse movement data. We will be presenting methods ranging from simple visualisation techniques to advance statistical models. For example, we will introduce participants to home range estimators, habitat selection techniques, and…

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July 2018

1 day animal movement workshop at the ISEC conference 2018

July 1

one day workshop at the International Statistical Ecology Conference - from the webpage: The study of animal movement has always been a key element in ecological science because it is inherently linked to critical processes that scale from individuals to populations and communities to ecosystems. Rapid improvements in biotelemetry data collection and processing technology have given rise to a variety of statistical methods for characterizing animal movement. This workshop provides an overview of the types of statistical models used to…

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