BEeS Conference 2023 – Seville, 22 May 2023 – Session 1

Watch the video recordings of the Session 1 “Macroecological and biogeographical approaches to biodiversity conservation / Animal biology and behavioral traits” of the BEeS 2023 conference, held in Seville on 22 May 2023.

Chair: Cristina Huertas-Olivares Towards digital twin oriented Virtual Research Environments | Presenter: Peter van Tienderen, University of Amsterdam/LifeWatch ERIC An integrative overview of wildlife damage in a human-dominated world | Presenter: Miguel De Gabriel Hernando, Doñana Biological Station, CSIC Heterogeneity in data collection hinders adaptive management of wildlife damages | Presenter: Alberto García-Rodríguez, Doñana Biological Station, CSIC Invasion trajectory and niche trends of a successful aquatic global invader | Presenter: Simone Guareschi, Doñana Biological Station, CSIC Do resident Lesser Kestrels forage over larger areas than migratory individuals during the non-breeding season | Presenter: Javier Bustamante, Doñana Biological Station, CSIC Movement strategies of lesser and common kestrels across the annual cycle | Presenter: Daniel García-Silveira, Doñana Biological Station, CSIC Radar Aeroecology in the cloud, lowering the barrier to collaboration | Presenter: Berend-Christiaan Wijers, University of Amsterdam Fine scale positioning and space use behaviour of the invasive species Callinectes sapidus in the Aquatina lagoon (SE Italy) | Presenter: Vanessa Marrocco, LifeWatch ERIC

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Credits: LifeWatching WebTV