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Movement Ecology: Stepping into the Mainstream

Last week, on the International Women’s Day, Methods.blog published a mini-review of biologging and movement ecology, which also highlighted the huge contribution female scientists have made to this field.
CTD-SRDL telemetry tags
CTD-SRDL telemetry tags being primed for deployment. ©Theoni Photopoulou

The review is written by Theoni Photopoulou, a postdoc with the Marine Spatial Planning group at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, and references no less than 55 publications led by first authors with female-identifying first names, of which CAnMove’s Susanne Åkesson is one of the top-cited.

Read it here: Movement Ecology: Stepping into the Mainstream

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