Biologging in a remote world

The understanding of the interplay of movement, behaviour and physiology that biologging offers has applied relevance for a range of fields, including evolutionary ecology, wildlife conservation and behavioural ecology. In recognition of this, the Journal of Animal Ecology has an upcoming Special Feature on Biologging  (submissions due 20th September). There are many different types of biologging devices. Here, Aimee Hoover from the University of Maryland tells us about … Continue reading Biologging in a remote world