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Imagine being able to 'travel the world without leaving home'. This is not the overblown promise of some high-tech, computer-generated virtual world, but the veritable promise of The World. Built and operated by a Norwegian company called ResidenSea and launched on her maiden voyage in early 2002,…
Author(s): Daniel R. Williams, Susan R. Van Patten
Keywords: travel, mobility, global-scale social relations, multi-centered, place
Source: In: MacIntyre, N., Williams, D. R.; McHugh, K, eds. Multiple Dwelling and Tourism: Negotiating Place, Home and Identity. Cambridge, MA: CABI Publishing. p. 32-50.
Year: 2006
Occupancy models are widely used to analyze presence-absence data for a variety of taxa while accounting for observation error (MacKenzie et al. 2002, 2006; Tyre et al. 2003; Royle and Dorazio 2008). Hayes and Monfils (2015) question their use for analyzing avian point count data based on purported…
Author(s): Quresh S. Latif, Martha M. Ellis, Courtney L. Amundson
Keywords: occupancy models, mobility, habitat
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management. 80(2): 192-194.
Year: 2016
A broader understanding of how landscape resistance influences climate change vulnerability for many species is needed, as is an understanding of how barriers to dispersal may impact vulnerability. Freshwater biodiversity is at particular risk, but previous studies have focused on popular cold-…
Author(s): Michael T. LeMoine, Lisa A. Eby, Chris G. Clancy, Leslie G. Nyce, Michael J. Jakober, Dan J. Isaak
Keywords: barriers, climate change, fish, mobility, stream warming, temperature
Source: Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.15281.
Year: 2020
Anthropogenic change has been associated with population growth, land use change, and changing economies. However, internal migration patterns and armed conflicts are also key drivers of anthropogenic and demographic processes. To better understand the processes associated with this change, we…
Author(s): Guibor Camargo, Andrés Miguel Sampayo, Andrés Peña Galindo, Francisco J. Escobedo, Fernando Carriazo, Alejandro Feged-Rivadeneira
Keywords: demographic growth, displacement, remote sensing, forced migration, urban sprawl, mobility
Source: PLOS ONE. 15(11): e0242266
Year: 2020
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