AniMove 2018 group picture

AniMove 2018 group picture

Our great group of AniMove 2018 attendees and lecturers at Max-Planck-Institute of Ornithology, close to Lake Konstanz, Germany. pictures taken by Anna-Lena Hendel and Kamran Safi

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AniMove 2018 keynotes and lecturers

AniMove 2018 keynotes and lecturers

During AniMove 2018 at the Max-Planck Institute in Möggingen, Germany, we had very inspiring keynotes so far by Dan Rubenstein, Meg Crofoot or Iain Couzin. During the day the AniMove attendees learned a variety of state-of-the-art animal...

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AniMove 2018 time table, icebreaker and lectures

AniMove 2018 time table, icebreaker and lectures

AniMove 2018 at MPI for Ornithology started with perfect weather and a great keynote by Martin Wikelski, director of the MPI-O. Our science speed dating was fun again - talking to every participant for 3 minutes and getting a first idea of her/his research...

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Venue for AniMove 2018 being prepared

Venue for AniMove 2018 being prepared

The MPI (Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology) in Möggingen, close to Lake Konstanz, the venue for our next AniMove science schools is currently prepared to host 20 participants and AniMove lecturers. Personalized AniMove cups, pens, sticker and college...

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animal movement R cheatsheet updated

animal movement R cheatsheet updated

we updated the AniMove cheatsheet for animal movement R functions we use within the summer school. Download the latest version here: https://github.com/wegmann/RSdocs/blob/master/Cheatsheet/AniMove_refcard.pdf

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recurse package published in Ecography

recurse package published in Ecography

The recurse R package by Chloe Bracis, one of our core members, got published in Ecography. From the abstract: "Animals regularly return to locations such as foraging patches, nests, dens, watering holes, or movement corridors, and these revisited locations are often...

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open PhD position: animal movement for remote sensing

open PhD position: animal movement for remote sensing

PhD position animal movement and remote sensing – exploring innovative in-situ data This research project focuses on the analysis of animal movement tracks for deriving new, innovative remote sensing products. Novel methods or a new combination of established methods...

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rsMove R package update

rsMove R package update

An update for rsMove is now available on CRAN. rsMove was designed to support movement ecologists in the selection and handling of remote sensing data. This package helps select study sites, guides the choice of satellite data by quantifying the influence of its...

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