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Sirtrack will be at the Australian Mammal Society Conference 6-10 July 2015

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Monday, 29 June 2015

Chris Muller, Wildlife Telemetry Consultant, will be attending the 2015 Australian Mammal Society Conference on the 6th-10th of July at the University of Tasmania in Hobart.

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Automated Datalogging Case Study

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Climate-driven and anthropogenic pressures are increasing on fish stocks, which is linked to Seabird demographics, diet and particularly foraging behaviour. Seabirds, such as Cape Gannets, can respond to variations in prey availability by adjusting their time-activity budgets.

In this study, a long-term method for monitoring timeactivity budgets using leg-ring-mounted VHF tags and datalogging receivers is tested.

Cape Gannets breed colonially, are long-lived and highly site faithful (breeding/nesting), so are an ideal species for trialling this monitoring method.

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