bio-logging symposium 2017

The bio-logging symposium will take place this September in Konstanz, Germany. The symposium from 25th to 29th of September is organized by the MPI of Ornithology, where we also have our AniMove courses. see more details about the bio-logging symposium here:...

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AniMove logo

After quite some years of AniMove courses and realizing that this idea of one (1) AniMove developed into a series of AniMove science schools, we decided back in summer 2016 during our AniMove at MPI that a logo for AniMove would be great. 6 months later and going...

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next AniMove in 2017

our next AniMove summerschool on learning how to analyze animal movement data and environmental remote sensing data for ecological applications is set. It will be from August 27th to September 9th 2017. More details can be found on the course page: 2017 AniMove at...

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Successful AniMove at BIK-F finished

Two intense weeks of AniMove at BIK-F in Frankfurt successfully finished. The highly motivated and skilled attendees from various countries and studying movement patterns of various animals learned a wide range of animal movement analytics as well as spatial data...

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AniMove 2017 at BIK-F started

  The AniMove at BIK-F in Frankfurt started successfully and will cover a variety of animal movement analysis approaches as well as remote sensing and GIS tasks in the next two weeks.  We are very much looking forward to an exciting time and highly interested and...

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human pressure mapped globally

The Global Urban Footprint by DLR (Thomas Esch) has been released and provides a global coverage of urbanized areas. It might be for some species a very important environmental parameter to explain presence or certain movement patterns. From the DLR website:...

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Impressions of AniMove 2016 at MPI in Germany

Very intense days at the Max-Planck Institute for Ornithology at the Lake Konstanz, Germany, with AniMove courses and evening keynotes. The AniMove participants learn a huge diversity of animal movement techniques, spatial data analysis and remote sensing, all in...

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PostDoc position at Smithsonian on Movement Ecology

2-Year Postdoc in Movement Ecology We seek a quantitative researcher with fluency in statistics to work in a team environment on projects related to animal movement. The successful candidate will work with our team to develop and refine a range of new analytical...

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AniMove fundamentals in December 2016

We are happy to announce the AniMove fundamentals course in December 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany. AniMove Fundamentals: Fundamentals of Animal Movement Analysis is offered as a two-week professional training course, that targets students, researchers and conservation...

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