Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements

Schlägel UE, Signer J, Herde A, Eden S, Jeltsch F, Eccard JA, Dammhahn M (2019)
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10(8): 1234-1245.

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Schlägel, Ulrike E.; Signer, Johannes; Herde, AntjeUniBi; Eden, Sophie; Jeltsch, Florian; Eccard, Jana A.; Dammhahn, Melanie
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
Methods in Ecology and Evolution
Band
10
Ausgabe
8
Seite(n)
1234-1245
ISSN
2041-210X
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2939533

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Schlägel UE, Signer J, Herde A, et al. Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2019;10(8):1234-1245.
Schlägel, U. E., Signer, J., Herde, A., Eden, S., Jeltsch, F., Eccard, J. A., & Dammhahn, M. (2019). Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10(8), 1234-1245. doi:10.1111/2041-210x.13235
Schlägel, U. E., Signer, J., Herde, A., Eden, S., Jeltsch, F., Eccard, J. A., and Dammhahn, M. (2019). Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10, 1234-1245.
Schlägel, U.E., et al., 2019. Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10(8), p 1234-1245.
U.E. Schlägel, et al., “Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements”, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, 2019, pp. 1234-1245.
Schlägel, U.E., Signer, J., Herde, A., Eden, S., Jeltsch, F., Eccard, J.A., Dammhahn, M.: Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 10, 1234-1245 (2019).
Schlägel, Ulrike E., Signer, Johannes, Herde, Antje, Eden, Sophie, Jeltsch, Florian, Eccard, Jana A., and Dammhahn, Melanie. “Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements”. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10.8 (2019): 1234-1245.