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Space Partitioning Without Territoriality in Gannets
It is found that northern gannets, satellite-tracked from 12 neighboring colonies, nonetheless forage in largely mutually exclusive areas and that these colony-specific home ranges are determined by density-dependent competition.
V-Track: software for analysing and visualising animal movement from acoustic telemetry detections
V-Track is a package written within the R-programming language, and a graphical user interface is also provided, which provides software functionality for defining and quantifying behaviour in acoustically tagged marine and freshwater vertebrates.
Integrating research using animal‐borne telemetry with the needs of conservation management
A framework is defined that distinguishes how research using animal telemetry devices can influence conservation and the use of value of information analysis is suggested to quantitatively assess the return-on-investment of animaltelemetry-derived data for conservation decision-making.
A standardised framework for analysing animal detections from automated tracking arrays
This work presents a standardised framework and an associated analysis tool-set that facilitates the calculation of a range of activity space and movement metrics for passive telemetry datasets and demonstrates how the metrics can be directly compared among multiple species monitored at multiple sites.
Home Range Utilisation and Long-Range Movement of Estuarine Crocodiles during the Breeding and Nesting Season
It is concluded that C. porosus are highly mobile animals existing within a complex social system, and mate/con-specific interactions are likely to have a profound effect upon population density and distribution, and an individual's travel potential.
Shedding light on light: benefits of anthropogenic illumination to a nocturnally foraging shorebird.
- R. G. Dwyer, S. Bearhop, H. Campbell, D. Bryant
- Environmental ScienceThe Journal of animal ecology
- 1 March 2013
It is argued that light emitted from an industrial complex improved nocturnal visibility, allowing sight-based foraging in place of tactile foraging, implying both a preference for sight-feeding and enhanced night-time foraging opportunities under these conditions.
Associations are more strongly correlated with space use than kinship in female eastern grey kangaroos
Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
Social preference influences female community structure in a population of wild eastern grey kangaroos
Diving through the thermal window: implications for a warming world
- H. Campbell, R. G. Dwyer, M. Gordos, C. Franklin
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
- 22 December 2010
It is demonstrated that the higher summer body temperature increased oxygen demand during the dive, implying that thermal acclimatization of the diving metabolic rate was inadequate, and if the study findings are common among air-breathing diving ectotherms, then long-term warming of the aquatic environment may be detrimental to behavioural function and survivorship.