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Symposium start!

Today, one effort to bridge the gap between modelling and and tracking data was made, with the start of a two-day symposium.
Symposie participants
Photo: Inger Ekström

The aim of the symposium is to explore how theoretical models about animal movement can be used to efficiently analyse animal movement data and conversely, how data can be used to test theories and models about movement strategies.
Around 90 researchers from different countries and disciplines are participating, trying to bridge the gap - and to understand patterns and strategies of animal movement.

Check out the symposium in the photo gallery - more photos are coming up! Photo: Inger Ekström

 

 

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Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden