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Monday, October 1 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Camera trapping for long-term monitoring of wildlife: Cross-network considerations

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Our workshop will introduce wildlife camera trapping and other methods, including the logistical and experimental considerations required for different environmental contexts. This workshop will also facilitate collaboration among animal researchers across LTERs, and will provide an opportunity for scientists in other disciplines to learn how wildlife monitoring may improve interpretation of long-term research. We will present an overview of camera trap functionality, discuss how to adjust methods depending upon environmental characteristics, and introduce approaches for data analysis. We will also provide insight from the CAP LTER wildlife initiative on issues to consider when assessing wildlife communities across an urban gradient.

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Katherine Weiss

Ph.D. Student, Arizona State University

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Heather Bateman

Associate Professor, Arizona State University
Dr. Bateman has been faculty at Arizona State University for over 10 years and teaches in the area of organismal biology and ecology. She teaches courses on Applied Ornithology, Herpetology, and Vertebrate Adaptations. Her research area focuses on wildlife ecology and conservation... Read More →

Monday October 1, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
07. Marlin Meeting Room