Title:

Information potentially gained from animal movements tracked using GPS collars. Wits University, RSA

Author(s):
Publication Year:
2016
Abstract:

Three studies: Why did sable antelope decrease in Kruger Park? (compared with zebra and buffalo); Why are there so few wildebeest in Kruger Park? (compared with zebra, buffalo and lions); How do gemsbok and wildebeest cope with extremes of temperature and aridity in the Kalahari? (still in progress). Norman Owen-Smith - Wits University, RSA.

Meeting Name:
Symposium on animal movements & satellite tracking in Namibia, November 2016
Place:
Otjikoto Environmental Education Centre
Type:
Powerpoint Presentation
Item Type:
Presentation
Language:
en
Keywords:
wildlife habitat, wildlife population statistics, wildlife conservation, big game, spatial distribution, behavioural science, research project, telemetry, tracking plan, wildlife, monitoring system, monitoring technique, monitoring equipment, monitoring data

This record was an output of the Symposium on animal movements and satellite tracking in Namibia held at Otjikoto Private Game Reserve, B2Gold, 24 November 2016. You can see all outputs of this symposium here.