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Increasingly scientists are sharing their code on public repositories like GitHub, SourceForge, and RForge. This sharing necessitates the need for scientists to write readable code with helpful documentation. rOpenSci is a collaborative created to foster better coding in R, including writing a style guide on coding in R and peer-reviewing packages. Scientists should consider adopting these style guides to facilitate better interactions with people using or modifying their code.

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On March 30 we hosted our second BioBlitz at Quiet Waters Park. Over 40 people came to this event, and helped us tally over 170 species in the park. We had a lot of surprises including nesting owls, river otters, and tagged butterflies.

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In this post you’ll find preliminary results from our movement ecology review.

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In this post you’ll find an introduction to our movement ecology review (on the way!) and a survey for movement ecologists.

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In this post you’ll find the complete results of our survey about R packages for movement analysis and tracking data processing.

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Projects

Raccoons

Research project on raccoon home ranges and ecological flows

Wood Storks

Research project on Wood Stork movement ecology.

Movement Ecology

Movement Ecology research developed by the Mablab

R

Development of packages and resources for R.

Seabirds

Navigation of seabirds on the vast ocean, and the role of infrasound

Project BioBlitz

BioBlitzes: Citizen-science biodiversity surveys.

People

Jenicca Poongavanan

Jenicca started her Master’s research working with movement models, specifically on seabirds.

Matt Boone

Matt is the Biological Scientist and data manager for the lab

Valeria Guerrero

Valeria was an intern in charge of updating the Raccoon Ecology Database in 2018.

Rocío Joo

Rocío is a postdoctoral associate who started in 2018.

Caitlin Jarvis

Caitlin was a technician working on the Raccoon project in 2017–2018.

Mel Moreno

Mel was an Intern working on creating beautiful maps in 2017.

Alexis Bruant

Alexis did his Master thesis on Wood Storks reproductive success in 2017.

Balázs Dukai

Balázs worked as a Google Summer of Code student in 2016 and 2017.

Simona Picardi

Simona started her PhD on Wood Stork movement ecology in 2015.

David Bucklin

David was the Biological Scientist in the lab from 2015 to 2017.

Recent Publications

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(2018). Movement responses of roe deer to hunting risk. J. Wildl. Manag..

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(2018). GPS telemetry reveals occasional dispersal of federally threatened Wood Stork from the Southeastern US to Mexico. Caribb Nat.

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Recent Talks

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Endangered Species of Florida in the Face of Climate Change
Jun 26, 2019 1:00 PM
Using Citizen Scientist Data for Biodiversity
Feb 6, 2019 10:00 AM
Endangered Species of Florida in the Face of Climate Change
Jan 10, 2019 2:00 PM
Using iNaturalist for the Tree Tops Park BioBlitz
Oct 20, 2018 10:30 AM
Endangered Species of Florida in the Face of Climate Change
Sep 18, 2018 11:00 AM
Raccoons in human-dominated landscapes of North America
Aug 10, 2018 8:30 AM
Partial Migration by a Large Wading Bird in a Highly Unpredictable Environment
Aug 9, 2018 4:40 PM
Metrics for describing dyadic joint movement
Jul 3, 2018 10:00 AM

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