We have just posted the recording from the presentation by Andrew Modlin from the US Geological Survey, who presented a talk on wildlife tracking data analysis. Andrew looked at how GPS tracking data recorded in the wild could be analyzed to learn more about different aspects of animal movement. Our favorite part of the talk was when Andrew used the Meeting Finder to look for potential “mating sessions” between male and female animals. Not something we had envisioned when designing the tools in GeoTime but happy that it was able to help Andrew out!
Check out Andrew’s presentation here: