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EXTRACTING MORE OUT OF RELOCATION DATA: BUILDING MOVEMENT MODELS AS MIXTURES OF RANDOM WALKS
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We present a framework for fitting multiple random walks to animal move- ment paths consisting of ordered sets of step lengths and turning angles. Expand
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Invasive Mutualists Erode Native Pollination Webs
Plant–animal mutualisms are characterized by weak or asymmetric mutual dependences between interacting species, a feature that could increase community stability. If invasive species integrate intoExpand
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Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas despite honey bee visits.
Sustainable agricultural landscapes by definition provide high magnitude and stability of ecosystem services, biodiversity and crop productivity. However, few studies have considered landscapeExpand
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Flexible and practical modeling of animal telemetry data: hidden Markov models and extensions.
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We describe a number of extensions of HMMs for animal movement modeling, including more flexible state transition models and individual random effects (fitted in a non-Bayesian framework). Expand
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The interpretation of habitat preference metrics under use–availability designs
Models of habitat preference are widely used to quantify animal–habitat relationships, to describe and predict differential space use by animals, and to identify habitat that is important to anExpand
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A general discrete‐time modeling framework for animal movement using multistate random walks
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We synthesize previously existing and novel methodologies to develop a general suite of mechanistic models based on biased and correlated random walks that allow different behavioral states for directed (e.g., dispersal), area-restricted, and exploratory movements. Expand
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Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales
Recent theory suggests that animals should switch facultatively among canonical movement modes as a complex function of internal state, landscape characteristics, motion capacity, and navigationalExpand
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Stochastic modelling of animal movement
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We present three modelling arenas that represent emerging growth points for the theory of movement (namely (a) home-range formation, (b) memorybased movement and (c) Lévy movement). Expand
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Inequalities in fruit-removal and seed dispersal: consequences of bird behaviour, neighbourhood density and landscape aggregation
Summary 1. Frugivores disperse the seeds of the majority of woody plant species world-wide. Thus, insights on how frugivores influence the dispersal of plants and the variability of this process areExpand
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Building the bridge between animal movement and population dynamics
While the mechanistic links between animal movement and population dynamics are ecologically obvious, it is much less clear when knowledge of animal movement is a prerequisite for understanding andExpand
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