This Summer School provides you with profound knowledge of remote sensing and species distribution and animal movement within conservation.
It includes hand-on exercises ranging from land cover and species distribution analysis to modeling of animal movement. Talks by conservationists and field work (GPS tracking) will be part of the Summer School as well.
This applied Summer School focuses on addressing conservation issues using remote sensing and modelling. Only Open Source software will be used to allow participants to apply them after the Summer School as well. Programs learnt will be: R (raster, sp, dismo, rgdal etc.), GRASS (with add-ons like r.pi), QGIS.
The workshops will deal with:
Evening keynote talks will provide knowledge about:
By the end of the Summer School, participants will be able to:
August 11.- 25. 2013
(arrival on the 11th, workshops start on the 12th 9am)
March 31st 2013 (Midnight CEST) +++ application closed: please visit www.animove.org for updates on courses on summer schools +++
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Radolfzell, Germany: link
The application deadline was 31. March 2013. We would like to thank all the applicants for their submissions. In the near future we will post information about the summer school 2014 here and on www.animove.org
Nathalie Pettorelli (organizer)
Kamran Safi (organizer)
Martin Wegmann (organizer)
and others (detailed program and lecturer will be provided prior the Summer School)