One of the most important tasks of ecology is to understand how animals use space and time. Recent advances in the development of automated telemetry systems have enabled tremendous progress in understanding animal ecology, distribution, and behavior in both terrestrial and aquatic environments [1–3]. The field of biotelemetry has shifted rapidly from data-poor to data-rich field, when new technologies started to provide huge amounts of data about tracked animals, with unprecedented temporal and spatial resolution . However, these new tracking tools also bring many challenges that can be effectively mitigated only through international and interdisciplinary collaborative efforts.
The power and promise of interdisciplinary international research networks to advance movement ecology
Jaric, I., Lennox, R.J., Prchalowa, M., Monk, C.T., Riha, M., Nathan, R., Arlinghaus, R. 2023. The power and promise of interdisciplinary international research networks to advance movement ecology. Movement Ecology, 11, 67, 1-6.
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