Data from: How many routes lead to migration? Comparison of methods to assess and characterise migratory movements

Cagnacci F, Focardi S, Ghisla A, van Moorter B, Gurarie E, Heurich M, Mysterud A, Linnell J, Panzacchi M, Merrill E, May R, Nygård T, Rolandsen C, Hebblewhite M

Date Published: September 28, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rg0v3

 

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Title GPS locations_roe deer_Germany
Description GPS locations of individual roe deer in the Bavarian Forest National Park and surrounding areas. The analysis showed in the paper (migration occurrence and related metrics) are based on this dataset, and others related to other population/species.The fields include: sex (sex of the individual animal), acquisition time (timestamp of GPS relocations), UTMx and UTMy coordinates (GPS relocations expressed as UTM easting/northing coordinates), gps_positions_animals_id (unique identifier of the locations), original_animal_id (animal name assigned at captures), animal_year_id (unique individual identifier in the population, and sample unit- i.e. data from one animal in one year).
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Title GPS locations_roedeer_Norway
Description GPS locations of individual roe deer in Norway. The analysis showed in the paper (migration occurrence and related metrics) are based on this dataset, and others related to other population/species.The fields include: sex (sex of the individual animal), acquisition time (timestamp of GPS relocations), UTMx and UTMy coordinates (GPS relocations expressed as UTM easting/northing coordinates), gps_positions_animals_id (unique identifier of the locations), original_animal_id (animal name assigned at captures), animal_year_id (unique individual identifier in the population, and sample unit- i.e. data from one animal in one year).
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Title GPS locations_red deer_Germany
Description GPS locations of individual red deer in the Bavarian Forest National Park and surrounding areas. The analysis showed in the paper (migration occurrence and related metrics) are based on this dataset, and others related to other population/species.The fields include: sex (sex of the individual animal), acquisition time (timestamp of GPS relocations), UTMx and UTMy coordinates (GPS relocations expressed as UTM easting/northing coordinates), gps_positions_animals_id (unique identifier of the locations), original_animal_id (animal name assigned at captures), animal_year_id (unique individual identifier in the population, and sample unit- i.e. data from one animal in one year).
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Title GPS locations_red deer_Norway
Description GPS locations of individual red deer in Norway. The analysis showed in the paper (migration occurrence and related metrics) are based on this dataset, and others related to other population/species.The fields include: sex (sex of the individual animal), acquisition time (timestamp of GPS relocations), UTMx and UTMy coordinates (GPS relocations expressed as UTM easting/northing coordinates), gps_positions_animals_id (unique identifier of the locations), original_animal_id (animal name assigned at captures), animal_year_id (unique individual identifier in the population, and sample unit- i.e. data from one animal in one year).
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Title GPS locations_reindeer_Norway
Description GPS locations of individual reindeer in Norway. The analysis showed in the paper (migration occurrence and related metrics) are based on this dataset, and others related to other population/species.The fields include: sex (sex of the individual animal), acquisition time (timestamp of GPS relocations), UTMx and UTMy coordinates (GPS relocations expressed as UTM easting/northing coordinates), gps_positions_animals_id (unique identifier of the locations), original_animal_id (animal name assigned at captures), animal_year_id (unique individual identifier in the population, and sample unit- i.e. data from one animal in one year).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Cagnacci F, Focardi S, Ghisla A, van Moorter B, Gurarie E, Heurich M, Mysterud A, Linnell J, Panzacchi M, Merrill E, May R, Nygård T, Rolandsen C, Hebblewhite M (2016) How many routes lead to migration? Comparison of methods to assess and characterise migratory movements. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 54–68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12449

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Cagnacci F, Focardi S, Ghisla A, van Moorter B, Gurarie E, Heurich M, Mysterud A, Linnell J, Panzacchi M, Merrill E, May R, Nygård T, Rolandsen C, Hebblewhite M (2015) Data from: How many routes lead to migration? Comparison of methods to assess and characterise migratory movements. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rg0v3
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