Presentation on theme: "Clean Slate Enabling Aeroecology Through Data Mining The Atmosphere is Habitat for Wildlife and that habitat is Continually in Motion. By studying the."— Presentation transcript:
Clean Slate Enabling Aeroecology Through Data Mining The Atmosphere is Habitat for Wildlife and that habitat is Continually in Motion. By studying the interplay between the atmosphere and the animals within this habitat through data mining we have extraordinary potential for addressing some of the transformative questions concerning the ecology of airborne organisms at broad spatial and temporal scales.
Aeroecology & Data Mining: Relevance 1.Aeroecology: An Integrative View of the Atmosphere 2.Atmospheric Environment Associated with Animal Flight 3.Extending the Habitat Concept to the Aerosphere 4.Track Annotation – Determining the Environment Context of Movement Through the Air 5.Anatomical and Physiological Adaptations to Flight 6.Navigation, Orientation, and Goal-directed Behavior 7.Riders on the Wind: The Aeroecology of Insect Migrants 8.Facing the Wind: The Aeroecology of Vertebrate Migrants 9.Aeroecological Observation Methods: A Historical Overview 10.Multi-Camera Videography Methods for Aeroecology 11.Scaling From Individuals to Populations 12.Radar Aeroecology 13.Aeroecology in the Era of Big Data 14.Linking Animals Aloft with the Terrestrial Landscape 15.The Lofty Lives of Aerial Consumers: Linking Population Biology and Aeroecology 16.The Pulse of the Planet: Measuring and Interpreting Phenological Change in Migration 17.Aerosphere as a Network Connector 18.Sharing the Aerosphere: Conflicts and Potential Solutions “Aeroecology” - Upcoming book to be published by Springer
Aeroecology & Data Mining: Collaboration Interests