Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology

Hays, Graeme, Ferreira, Luciana C, Sequeira, Ana MM, Meekan, Mark G, Duarte, Carlos M, Bailey, Helen, Bailleul, Fred, Bowen, W Don, Caley, M Julian, Costa, Daniel P, Eguíluz, Victor M, Fossette, Sabrina, Friedlaender, Ari S, Gales, Nick, Gleiss, Adrien C, Gunn, John, Harcourt, Rob, Hazen, Elliott L, Heithaus, Michael R, Heupel, Michelle, Holland, Kim, Horning, Markus, Jonsen, Ian, Kooyman, Gerald L, Lowe, Christopher G, Madsen, Peter T, Marsh, Helene, Phillips, Richard A, Righton, David, Ropert-Coudert, Yan, Sato, Katsufumi, Shaffer, Scott A, Simpfendorfer, Colin A, Sims, David W, Skomal, Gregory, Takahashi, Akinori, Trathan, Philip N, Wikelski, Martin, Womble, Jamie N and Thums, Michele 2016, Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology, Trends in ecology and evolution, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 463-475, doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2016.02.015.

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Title Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology
Author(s) Hays, GraemeORCID iD for Hays, Graeme
Ferreira, Luciana C
Sequeira, Ana MM
Meekan, Mark G
Duarte, Carlos M
Bailey, Helen
Bailleul, Fred
Bowen, W Don
Caley, M Julian
Costa, Daniel P
Eguíluz, Victor M
Fossette, Sabrina
Friedlaender, Ari S
Gales, Nick
Gleiss, Adrien C
Gunn, John
Harcourt, Rob
Hazen, Elliott L
Heithaus, Michael R
Heupel, Michelle
Holland, Kim
Horning, Markus
Jonsen, Ian
Kooyman, Gerald L
Lowe, Christopher G
Madsen, Peter T
Marsh, Helene
Phillips, Richard A
Righton, David
Ropert-Coudert, Yan
Sato, Katsufumi
Shaffer, Scott A
Simpfendorfer, Colin A
Sims, David W
Skomal, Gregory
Takahashi, Akinori
Trathan, Philip N
Wikelski, Martin
Womble, Jamie N
Thums, Michele
Journal name Trends in ecology and evolution
Volume number 31
Issue number 6
Start page 463
End page 475
Total pages 13
Publisher Elsevier
Place of publication Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Publication date 2016-06-01
ISSN 1872-8383
Summary It is a golden age for animal movement studies and so an opportune time to assess priorities for future work. We assembled 40 experts to identify key questions in this field, focussing on marine megafauna, which include a broad range of birds, mammals, reptiles, and fish. Research on these taxa has both underpinned many of the recent technical developments and led to fundamental discoveries in the field. We show that the questions have broad applicability to other taxa, including terrestrial animals, flying insects, and swimming invertebrates, and, as such, this exercise provides a useful roadmap for targeted deployments and data syntheses that should advance the field of movement ecology.
Language eng
DOI 10.1016/j.tree.2016.02.015
Field of Research 060205 Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl Marine Ichthyology)
Socio Economic Objective 970105 Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
ERA Research output type C Journal article
Copyright notice ©2016, Elsevier
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