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Center for wireless remote animal monitoring (WRAM)

There are 8 pages tagged with Center for Wireless Remote Animal Monitoring (WRAM):

WRAM is part of the new e-infrastructure SBDI that is officially launched 4 October

The Swedish LifeWatch consortium will end at the end of 2021 and is replaced by the Swedish biodiversity data infrastructure consortium SBDI. WRAM continues the collaboration in a similar way. SLU

New web page for visualizing animal movement

SLU WRAM has a new website for visualizing the movement of animals based on data from GPS sensors. Currently moose and deer are possible to track, but in autumn 2021 also wolfs in “vargwebb”. All

Debora Arlt

I am a population ecologist, I am interested in how the environment shapes individual variation in behaviour and demography and hence population dynamics. In my research I focus on habitat selection

Adriaan De Jong

Adriaan "Adjan" de Jong bo-soren.wiklund@slu.se My research focuses on migratory birds of boreal landscapes. Focal species are Bean Goose Anser fabalis, Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata and Rustic

Wiebke Neumann

I have always been interested in understanding how animals respond to their dynamic environment, including humans. This interest builds the red thread in both my education and research. Addressing

Göran Ericsson

Department Chair and Chaired Professor in Wildlife Ecology My tenured professorship focuses on three main topics; plant-animal interactions and animal ecology the use of the biological resource

Håkan Sand

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