At this year’s International Statistical Ecology Conference (
ISEC 2018) David Warton interviewed Kate Jones, Chair in Ecology and Biodiversity at University College, London. Their conversation mainly focused on how to classify bats from acoustic data, with particular reference to ‘ Acoustic identification of Mexican bats based on taxonomic and ecological constraints on call design‘ by Veronica Zamora‐Gutierrez et al. They also discuss Conservation 4.0!
We’ll have more of David’s interviews from the ISEC coming out over the next few weeks. Keep an eye out for them here and on the . Methods in Ecology and Evolution YouTube channel
To celebrate the International Statistical Ecology Conference and British Ecological Society Quantitative Ecology Annual Meeting, Laura Graham and Susan Jarvis have compiled a virtual issue celebrating all things statistical and quantitative in ecology.
Statistical and quantitative methods within ecology have increased substantially in recent years. This rise can be attributed both to the growing need to address global environmental change issues, as well as the increase in data sources to address these challenges.
Posted in Statistical methods, Virtual Issues |
Tagged citizen science, Disease Ecology, Distance Sampling, Imperfect Sampling, Integrated Modelling, ISEC 2018, movement ecology, Point Process Models, Quantitative Ecology, quantitative genetics, Spatial Ecology, Statistical Ecology |