Moving towards acceleration for estimates of activity-specific metabolic rate in free-living animals: the case of the cormorant.

@article{Wilson2006MovingTA,
  title={Moving towards acceleration for estimates of activity-specific metabolic rate in free-living animals: the case of the cormorant.},
  author={Rory P. Wilson and Craig R White and Flavio Quintana and Lewis G Halsey and Nikolai Liebsch and Graham R. Martin and Patrick J. Butler},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={75 5},
  pages={1081-90}
}
1. Time and energy are key currencies in animal ecology, and judicious management of these is a primary focus for natural selection. At present, however, there are only two main methods for estimation of rate of energy expenditure in the field, heart rate and doubly labelled water, both of which have been used with success; but both also have their limitations. 2. The deployment of data loggers that measure acceleration is emerging as a powerful tool for quantifying the behaviour of free-living… CONTINUE READING
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