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OzTrack.org to feature at AWMS and ECOTAS13!

The OzTrack team are pleased to announce that OzTrack.org will feature at the upcoming Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS) and ECOTAS13 conferences later this month, across the Tasman Sea in New Zealand. Conferences attendees include researchers, academics, students, consultants,  land managers, government workers … Continue reading

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OzTrack featured in AWMS newsletter

An article describing the OzTrack project has been published in the recent newsletter of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS). The article ‘OzTrack: new online software for the analysis of animal tracking data’ describes the functionality of the site and provides example tracks and … Continue reading

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Marine layers and new tools added to the OzTrack project

After discussion with Australian and New Zealand researchers tracking animals in the marine environment, we are pleased to announce the addition of the CSIRO Atlas of Regional Seas (CARS 2009) climatological dataset to OzTrack.org. Now OzTrack users can overlay their tracking … Continue reading

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14 new environmental layers now available within OzTrack!

The OzTrack team are proud to announce that 14 new environmental layers have been incorporated into the OzTrack website. These layers may be queried from within OzTrack to provide spatial and temporal information on habitat preference and reserve design. Along with Bathymetry and … Continue reading

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Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis and OzTrack

Left to right back: Yusuke Fukuda, Hawthorn Beyer, Todd Dennis, Norbert Menke, Hamish Campbell, Ross Dwyer, Craig Richardson, Matt Watts, James Forester, Mark Hindell Front: Graham Taylor The Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (ACEAS) have funded two working … Continue reading

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Is OzTrack fulfilling the vision?

The development of OzTrack is well under way. At this stage of the project it is valuable to sit-back and consider the overall purpose of the project. Is it achieving the objectives Matt Watts and I (Dr Hamish Campbell) envisaged … Continue reading

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