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Species distribution modelling with R & GIS

Have a look at tome R packages that improve data visualization using R.
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Species distribution modelling with R & GIS

Caught you!

In many situations, the color of the rabbits' fur allows this species to be masked in the landscape and that way it escapes from predators. However this one couldn't hide from our camera trap!
Friday, 24 May 2013
Caught you!

The "Browser"

Within herbivorous, the roe deer is considered a "browser", which means that 75% of its feeding is composed by browses and leafs of trees and shrubs. Checked by this photo!!
Friday, 24 May 2013
The "Browser"

EVOA hosts a Colloquium on “Birds and rice paddies”

In the past 11th May 2013 Bio3 attended the colloquium "Birds and rice paddies: integrated management of an artificial landscape", a meeting organized by EVOA about the relationship between aquatic birds and rice production, and its implications at an ecological, agronomic, economic, touristic and social level.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
EVOA hosts a Colloquium on “Birds and rice paddies”

Thermal cameras. Technology adapted to the study of homeothermic animals but not only.

Over the last 20 years wildlife researchers have used thermal cameras as a powerful and non-invasive means of monitoring mainly homeothermic animals but also other unexpected ecological systems.
Monday, 22 April 2013
Thermal cameras. Technology adapted to the study of homeothermic animals but not only.
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