Bert A. G. Toxopeus

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Movement ecology is a field which places movement as a basis for understanding animal behavior. To realize this concept, ecologists rely on data collection technologies providing spatio-temporal data in order to analyze movement. Recently, wireless sensor networks have offered new opportunities for data collection from remote places through multi-hop(More)
Ubiquity of portable location-aware devices and popularity of online location-based services, have recently given rise to the collection of datasets with high spatial and temporal resolution. The subject of analyzing such data has consequently gained popularity due to numerous opportunities enabled by understanding objects' (people and animals, among(More)
The Lagoon of Fuente de Piedra in Andalusia, Spain, is a high-value habitat for waterbirds, threatened by expansion and irrigation of olive plantation. This research focuses on detecting the response of land-cover in the lake to water level variation using multi-temporal satellite data, so as to provide information for the nature park management. Objectives(More)
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