In 2019, 15 automatic radio positioning stations were installed in the Marburg Open Forest, the open research and teaching forest in the university forest of the Philipps-University Marburg. With the help of these stations, bats and songbirds are to be tracked over every breeding season until 2022. This dataset contains the raw data of the Radiotracking campaign 2019 within the LOEWE focus Nature 4.0 - Sensing Biodiversity, funded by the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art.
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AuthorsFrieß, Dr. Nicolas
ContributorsData Collector: Gottwald, Jannis
Data Collector: Rösner, Sascha
Project Leader: Farwig, Prof. Dr. Nina
Data Collector: Lindner, Kim
Data Collector: Masello, Dr. Juan F.
Project Leader: Nauss, Prof. Dr. Thomas
Project Leader: Reudenbach, Dr. Christoph
Producer: Ludwig, Marvin
Project Leader: Quillfeldt, Prof. Dr. Petra
RelationshipContinues: (DOI) https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13294
LicenseGPL - GNU General Public License
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