Complexity Colloquium: Providing the environmental context for animal movement research

28 May 2015, 12.00 PM - 28 May 2015, 1.00 PM

Dr Gil Bohrer - Ohio State University, USA

BCCS, 1-9 Old Park Hill (Ground Floor)

Gil Bohrer uses a hierarchical data analysis approach to determine which environmental variables are most effective in predicting characteristics of the movement, such onset, speed, and direction. Variables are used to construct an individual-based model of the movement, and answer ecological questions related to the interaction between movement, survival and habitat use. Please visit the link for further information. 

Contact information

This event is free to attend and all are welcome, but please register using the online form.  Contact Matthew Guppy on +44 (0)117 33 18232 or matthew.guppy@bristol.ac.uk

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