Lindner, Kim

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  • Research DataOpen Access
    Radiotracking campaign 2019 - raw data
    Frieß, Nicolas; Farwig, Nina; Nauss, Thomas; Reudenbach, Christoph; Quillfeldt, Petra; Gottwald, Jannis; Rösner, Sascha; Lindner, Kim; Masello, Juan F.; Ludwig, Marvin
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    Recognition of European mammals and birds in camera trap images using deep neural networks
    (Philipps-Universität Marburg) Schneider, Daniel; Lindner, Kim; Vogelbacher, Markus; Bellafkir, Hicham; Mühling, Markus; Farwig, Nina; Freisleben, Bernd
    This record contains the trained models and the test data sets presented in the papers "Recognizing European mammals and birds in camera trap images using convolutional neural networks" (Schneider et al, 2023) and "Recognition of European mammals and birds in camera trap images using deep neural networks" (Schneider et al., 2024). In these publications, we present deep neural network models to recognize both mammal and bird species in camera trap images. In the archive files "model2023_ConvNextBase.tar" and "model2023_EfficientNetV2.tar" as well as "model2024_ConvNextBase_species.tar" and "model2024_ConvNextBase_taxonomy.tar" we provide downloads of the best trained models from our 2023 and 2024 papers, respectively. All models are provided in the Tensorflow2 SavedModel format ( A script to load and run the models can be found in our Git-Repository: There we also provide a code snippet to perform predictions with these models. In the archive files "data_MOF.tar" and "data_BNP.tar", we provide downloads for our Marburg Open Forest (MOF) and Białowieża National Park (BNP) data sets, consisting of about 2,500 and 15,000 labeled camera trap images, respectively. The files contain two folders named "img" and "md", respectively. The "img" folder contains the images grouped in subfolders by recording date and camera trap id. The "md" folder contains the metadata for each image, which constists of the bounding box detections obtained using the MegaDetector model ( The metadata is grouped into yaml-files for each label at different taxonomic levels.
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    Nature 4.0: A networked sensor system for integrated biodiversity monitoring
    Bald, Lisa; Zeuss, Dirk; Frieß, Nicolas; Wöllauer, Stephan; Kohlbrecher, Viviane; Lindner, Kim; Farwig, Nina