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Movement Ecology in Birds: Call for submissions


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Movement Ecology in Birds: Call for submissions

In the last decade, the use of new tracking technologies triggered a revolution in the studies on animal movements, allowing to study which internal and external factors affect movement rates at different spatial and temporal scales. Birds are among the most studied taxa, in particular migrating species.

 

The goal of this special column is to show the variety of both migration strategies at a large scale and movement patterns at the local scale across different species, using different tools such as satellite transmitters, geolocators and tracking radars.

     Guest Editors: Prof. Giuseppe Bogliani (giuseppe.bogliani@unipv.it), Dr. Ugo Mellone.

 

     Scheduled date for publication: April of 2014, 2nd issue.

     Deadline for abstract submission: November 10, 2013; Deadline for manuscript submission: December 15, 2013;

    

Title and abstract submissions should be sent to the guest editors. You may send your manuscript now or by the deadline. Manuscripts should be submitted to the special column via CURRENT ZOOLOGY webpage at http://www.currentzoology.org, or via ScholarOne Manuscripts http://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/currentzoology. Manuscripts received after the deadline will be considered as submissions for regular issues.

     

Submitted papers should not have been published previously, nor will be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Submitted manuscripts are accepted with the understanding that they are subject to peer review and editorial revision. Contributors are free of page charges.

 

WEBPAGE: http://www.currentzoology.org/newsdetail.asp?id=1538

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