Movement-Based Estimation and Visualization of Space Use in 3D for Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

@inproceedings{Tracey2014MovementBasedEA,
  title={Movement-Based Estimation and Visualization of Space Use in 3D for Wildlife Ecology and Conservation},
  author={Jeff A. Tracey and James P Sheppard and Jun Zhu and Fuwen Wei and Ronald R. Swaisgood and Robert N. Fisher},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Advances in digital biotelemetry technologies are enabling the collection of bigger and more accurate data on the movements of free-ranging wildlife in space and time. Although many biotelemetry devices record 3D location data with x, y, and z coordinates from tracked animals, the third z coordinate is typically not integrated into studies of animal spatial use. Disregarding the vertical component may seriously limit understanding of animal habitat use and niche separation. We present novel… CONTINUE READING
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