October 23-25, 2019 | CIBIO-InBIO, Vairão, Portugal



This course aims at providing theory and practical approaches for the study of animal movement and conservation. We will provide theoretical background on foraging and migration theory; address biologging trends and state of the art technology to study the ecology and behaviour of different animal groups. Specific modules will present case studies on animal movement/migration analysis methods and how to combine animal movement information with environmental data. These modules will be followed by practical cases.



Introduction to movement ecology
Biologging and tecnological tracking solutions for terrestrial and marine animals
Foraging and migration theory
Case studies with different animal groups/technologies covering concepts and data analysis of animal movement, followed by practical sessions. Case studies and practicals on shark, bird and mammal movement ecology.



João Paulo Silva - CIBIO-InBIO | AGRODIV 



The course will be open to a maximum number of 20 participants.


75% of available student slots are reserved for BIODIV students.
Priority will be given to:
• 1st year and other PhD students attending the BIODIV Doctoral Program;
• PhD students attending other courses;
• Other post-graduate students and researchers.


Participation is free of charge for BIODIV students | 65 € (students) | 125 € (other participants). CIBIO-InBIO members will have an additional discount of 20%

To apply, please fill the form available HERE.


Registration deadline: September 26, 2019

All applicants will be notify about whether they are accept until October 04, 2019.


Please note that new rules apply for all BIODIV students.