@RRoyaute @SensingBiodiv @OpenForestLab @Uni_MR @BritishEcolSoc @kimlindner_ @pixeldiversity @finjastrehmann Interesting Raph! Have you seen this? It comes at a similar question from quite a different approach: https://t.co/35tJfeM85b
@n_a_gilbert @michielveldhuis @NatureEcoEvo This is a pretty neat topic. A past PhD student in my lab @StephenLang_ studied the temporal activity of avian predators and prey: https://t.co/J1dxPmUTpd The heat activity aspect is an awesome dimension to view
Nice to see this paper using @BirdTrack (alongside @Team_eBird) data published! Must be lots of other ideas people could explore using our datasets. Get in touch if you've got a plan and the time to work on it.
Temporal activity patterns of predators and prey across broad geographic scales #BehavEcol #ArmsRace #evolution #citizenscience #songbird #accipiter @StephenLang_ @DamienFarine https://t.co/UiZkemcoSt
Such creative use of data from eBird and BirdTrack! @Team_eBird @BirdTrack
Temporal activity patterns of predators and prey across broad geographic scales https://t.co/5rB7MHxYl5 @BehavEcol
Well done @StephenLang_, great use of citizen science...
cool use of eBird data
Very nice use of #CitizenScience data! That Accipiters synchronize activity with songbird prey in morning is no huge surprise, though I would´ve expected activity peak in evening too. Curious to read abt methods and to see the #bigdata approach to #ornitho
Very neat application of
The second chapter of my PhD is now online @BehavEcol! We use bird observation data to calculate the temporal activity patterns of predators and prey. @richardpmann @DamienFarine https://t.co/L39htspXrI https://t.co/f7XI734qC4