An individual eye on a global problem: Unique insights from animal tracking on biodiversity responses to climatic change

Event time: 
Sunday, August 14, 2022 (All day)
Event description: 

Join the MPYC in Montreal this summer!

MPYC researchers Scott Yanco and Ruth Oliver have organized a special session at the 2022 Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of America (https://www.esa.org/montreal2022/).  The session, entitled “An individual eye on a global problem: Unique insights from animal tracking on biodiversity responses to climatic change”, will highlight research that leverages recent breakthroughs in movement ecology to inform research about climate change and/or rapid biodiversity loss. Confirmed speakers include Jill Deppe (National Audubon Society), Andrew Davies (Harvard University), Claire Teitelbaum (USGS), Sarah Davidson (Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior and The Ohio State University), and MPYC’s own Diego Ellis-Soto. Stay tuned for more details about this session!