National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Coordination Networks in Biological Sciences (RCN) National Science Foundation (NSF)
Animal Migration Interest Group: Research Applied Toward Education



2008 Course Materials

Manuscripts are in Adobe PDF format

  • The Study of Stopover - behavior, ecology, physiology - Franz Bairlein (6.7MB)
  • Biotelemetry and biologging in endangered species research and l conservation - Steven Cooke (0.2MB)
  • New Insights to Animal Movement Using Satellite Telemetry & Web 2.0 - David P. Craig (16.3 MB)
  • The value of acoustic technologies for monitoring bird migration - Andrew Farnsworth ( 9MB)
  • Introduction to GIS Analysis - Patti Haggerty (5.2MB)
  • The Importance of Understanding Population Connectivity Through the Annual Cycle - Susan Haig (2.4MB)
  • Tracking animal movements using stable isotopes - Keith A. Hobson ( 16.3MB)
  • Case Studies - Johnson (8.2MB)
  • Common Avian Radio-tracking Methods - Johnson (0.8MB)
  • Radio Telemetry Attachment Techniques - Dylan Kesler (6.1MB)
  • Radio Telemetry Methods - Dylan Kesler (7.2MB)
  • VHF Radio Telemetry Case Studies - Dylan Kesler (18.3MB)
  • Cellular Telemetry - Michael Lanzone (1.8MB)
  • A Critical Review of Home Range Studies - Peter Laver and Marcells Kelly (0.2MB)
  • Dragonfly Migration - John H. Matthews (7.0MB)
  • Using genetic markers in analyses of natural populations - Mark P. Miller (0.8MB)
  • Physiological Condition and Body Composition of Migratory Birds - Dan Roby (3.2MB)
  • Effects of blood collection on wild birds: an update - Lani D. Sheldon, (0.2MB)
  • Case Study: Seabirds, Argos, GPS, GLS - Suryan (4.3MB)
  • Filtering Satellite Tracking Data - Suryan (2.4MB)
  • Remote Tracking Technologies - Suryan (0.2MB)
  • Timing Satellite Transmitter (PTT) Transmission With Argos Satellite Overpass - Suryan (0.03MB)
  • Trace elements methods and its usage for studying bird migration - Tibor Szép (0.9MB)
  • Models of Bird Migration - Caz Taylor (0.1MB)
  • Some new tags for studying migration - David W. Winkler, (1.1MB)