invited evening talk by Martin Wegmann at AniMove

invited evening talk by Martin Wegmann at AniMove

written by EORhub

December 15, 2016

Martin Wegmann gave an evening talk at AniMove.org at BIK-F in Frankfurt for the 20 international attendees of this animal movement and remote sensing science school. He presented the huge variety of remote sensing data and applications with a focus on ecological relevance. Moreover, he highlighted challenges and potential of remote sensing data in animal movement studies, as well as showed needed activities and research in this field.

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