Animals Searching for Resources and Escaping predation

In the last decades research into movement has taken flight in ecology. The development and miniaturization of tracking devices has enabled ecologists to collect and store the movement data of a large and increasing number of animals and species. Next to this increase in available data new theoretical models have been developed and discussed at length in the ecological literature. These developments together form what has been called “movement ecology”. I worked on several issues related to movement ecology:

1. Searching for resources
2. Animal-environment interactions
3. Escaping predation

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