The main goal of our lab is to understand how animal behavior and space-use patterns affect ecological and evolutionary processes and how these insights can be used to do more effective conservation. We use a combination of approaches and technologies that include tracking of free ranging animals (often via GPS tags), experimental set-ups, and individual based models (IBMs). Learn more about our research project in the Research page, about our lab members in the People page and on our outputs in the Publications page.
We are currently searching for a quantitative postdoc/student for filtering, segmenting, and modeling high resolution movement data (LINK to ad)!
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Orr Spiegel, School of Zoology