What you will learn
- Introduction, resources and skills to get up to speed for the workshop
- dBBMMs-why should you care? justifications and comparison with traditional space-use estimation methods
- Code demonstration, visualisation, and step wise process of running dbbm on animal tracking data
- Interpreting dBBMM outputs, discussing benefits of considering movement in space-use estimates
- Summary, interactive Q & A session addressing questions and providing detailed solutions and insights to get you started!
Colin Thomas Strine
Inês is working on the spatial-temporal patterns of vertebrate road mortalities. She is also addressing knowledge gaps of Southeast Asian bats.
Matt is studying the ecological impacts of wind farm development on bat communities across Southeast Asia.
He has worked on projects including venomous snake movement ecology, reptile and amphibian communities in degraded habitats, and road mortality across all vertebrate taxa.
Benjamin Michael Marshall
Ben supports Sakaerat Conservation and Snake Education Team. He works on representing reptiles online and explores the robustness of spatial ecology methods.
He co-hosts and produces ‘Herpetological Highlights’,a herpetological podcast.
Read more about the Sakaerat Conservation and Snake Education Team and their work here.
Dates: 26th Sept , 3rd & 10th October 2020
Time : 9AM to 12:00 PM
Maximum participants: 25 only!
Medium: Simple English.
₹ 2000 (INR)
฿ 855 (THB)
$ 30 (USD)