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Space Partitioning Without Territoriality in Gannets
This Is the Place Bats, bees, seals, and many seabirds practice central-place foraging, leaving a central home site, such as a hive or a rookery, to forage in a specific territory. Such species alsoExpand
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Integrating research using animal‐borne telemetry with the needs of conservation management
Animal-borne telemetry has revolutionized our ability to study animal movement, species physiology, demography and social structures, changing environments and the threats that animals areExpand
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Shedding light on light: benefits of anthropogenic illumination to a nocturnally foraging shorebird.
Intertidal habitats provide important feeding areas for migratory shorebirds. Anthropogenic developments along coasts can increase ambient light levels at night across adjacent inter-tidal zones.Expand
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Home Range Utilisation and Long-Range Movement of Estuarine Crocodiles during the Breeding and Nesting Season
The estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the apex-predator in waterways and coastlines throughout south-east Asia and Australasia. C. porosus pose a potential risk to humans, and managementExpand
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V-Track: software for analysing and visualising animal movement from acoustic telemetry detections
The tagging of aquatic and semi-aquatic animals with acoustic transmitters and their detection by passive underwater receivers has gained huge popularity over the past decade. This technology offersExpand
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Associations are more strongly correlated with space use than kinship in female eastern grey kangaroos
Understanding the relationship between kinship and female social preferences in mammalian societies is frequently complicated by philopatric behaviour and variation in pairwise home range overlap.Expand
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Social preference influences female community structure in a population of wild eastern grey kangaroos
Communities, clusters of individuals who interact socially primarily with each other, are fundamental elements of social structure in many species. Community membership can be influenced by spatialExpand
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Diving through the thermal window: implications for a warming world
Population decline and a shift in the geographical distribution of some ectothermic animals have been attributed to climatic warming. Here, we show that rises in water temperature of a few degrees,Expand
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A standardised framework for analysing animal detections from automated tracking arrays
We present 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. Expand
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An open Web-based system for the analysis and sharing of animal tracking data
We present OzTrack, a comprehensive, highly accessible and fully transparent software facility for animal movement data. Expand
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