The aims of the EOW are to provide:
EOW MAP Viewer
Initially, the EOW prioritizes the inclusion of different study areas representing all European countries and bioregions.
Further, the design of the observatory will be optimized to provide representative unbiased estimates of population trends.
Integrative, Interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral, multi-institutional wildlife monitoring approach, initially focused on terrestrial mammals, and willing to meet other wildlife monitoring frameworks at the different study sites.
Monitoring applying systematic and rigorous protocols, however, not at odds with the fact that it can be applied routinely and easily
3rd Course Running REM analysis on camera trap data packages from Agouti
This course complements the previous training on camera trapping methods and protocols, specifically the random
2nd Course on the use of camera trapping for monitoring wildlife
Learning objectives and expected outcomes To learn on the use on the analitycal tools incorporated
CamTrap Ecology Meets AI 2022
BRINGING PEOPLE, NATURE & AI TOGETHER 14 Sept – Computational Ecology Today (2h)21 Sept – Ecological Data meets
Join the European Observatory of Wildlife (EOW)
Join a network of “observation points” with common wildlife population estimation protocols and data collection
V SEMINARIO INTERNACIONAL DEL JABALÍ
Días: 10 y 11 de marzo de 2022Modalidad: virtual (plataforma Zoom)Sede virtual: Centro Universitario Regional