Dynamic Approach to Space and Habitat Use Based on Biased Random Bridges

@inproceedings{Benhamou2011DynamicAT,
  title={Dynamic Approach to Space and Habitat Use Based on Biased Random Bridges},
  author={Simon Benhamou},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Although habitat use reflects a dynamic process, most studies assess habitat use statically as if an animal's successively recorded locations reflected a point rather than a movement process. By relying on the activity time between successive locations instead of the local density of individual locations, movement-based methods can substantially improve the biological relevance of utilization distribution (UD) estimates (i.e. the relative frequencies with which an animal uses the… CONTINUE READING

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