Hi all my fellow WILDLABradors, a quick post to ask if anyone has ever tried to use leg bands or a similar 'bracelet' style of tracking/sensor attachment method with mammals (especially smaller-to-medium sized mammals)? Ideally, any successful examples would be fantastic, but failures are... (read more)
Thanks Thomas. The option of desertstar seems strong, and it needs to be strong for the animals I work with (large carnivores). Indeed the pod would need to be designed to fit the collar type, but that's not impossible. (read more)
the runtime depends very much on sampling rates and data types that are collected. In Table 1 in the paper we explored runtimes for 12mAh and 25mAh batteries. If the homerange of an animal can be covered entirely by the tracking grid (in our case 1.5ha) and you track the animal... (read more)
Hi wildlabbers -
Does anyone know of any AI/tool that can translate live transcripts from calls (zoom/teams etc etc)? We're looking at running virtual events in other languages, but in the meantime this came up as an idea in the chat after the last tutorial. I know otter.ai is at doing... (read more)
Hi Tim and also Thomas
Thanks for your comments. It is fantastic that there have been so many replies to this thread in response to the request for thoughts, clarifications and questions on this topic.
I’m available on email. You can reach me directly via WILDLABS messages.... (read more)
I'm not aware of any guidelines published, but we've got the smooth coated otter in our camera traps before, and I suggest you follow a stratified sampling approach. You can stratify habitats along streams and flowing water bodies and place camera traps along stream banks... (read more)
I'm doing research on the details Amazonian food production as it pertains to deforestation. I'm looking understand the day-to-day of unsustainable farming practices. I'm interested in everything from the politics to what tools the farmers use. If you or anyone you know would be open to letting... (read more)
The original R&D for this project was actually a project using moss. An FM radio was powered using a small pot, with the project dubbed "Moss FM" and it's what originally attracted me to this form of energy generation and where I first got in touch with Paolo Bombelli... (read more)
Hi all, I'm looking for a bit of advice on GIS, QGIS and Mapbox and thought it time to make use of the WildLabs community's well of knowledge.
I'm trying to make a bathymetric contour map for a large section of the waters around Europe to help divers report sightings of particular... (read more)