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BOU2017 : From avian tracking to population processes
Title: BOU2017 : From avian tracking to population processes
Title abbreviated: BOU2017
Title alternative: BOU2017 : British Ornithologists' Union Conference
Venue: Warwick
Start date: 2017-03-28
End date: 2017-03-30
Creator: Gill, Jenny [Organiser]; et al.
Abstract: Bird movements and migrations have fascinated humans for centuries. From local-scale foraging and dispersal to continent-scale migration, the movement and settlement decisions made by birds can have far-reaching consequences for individual fitness and population processes. As the BOU2015 conference on Avian Tracking demonstrated, recent technological advances have greatly improved our capacity to track individuals on their journeys, while colour-marking and re-sighting studies continue to provide large high-quality datasets on movement and behaviour at a range of scales. This conference will build on this work by exploring the drivers of variation in individual movement, migration and settlement decisions and their consequences for a suite of population processes. This Tracking & Populations conference will bring together ornithologists and ecologists from academic and conservation organisations, to explore how tracking individuals can help to address key questions about population processes and their implications for conservation and management. [Information of the supplier]
Subject: Birds (598)
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Spatial coverage: British Isles
Audience: Intermediate; Experts
Language: English
Format: website
Resource type: Conferences and Congresses (current)
Access: free
Metadata update date: 2016-10-06
Metadata provider: UBFfm
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