Title of Research Output

Spatial Movements of White-tailed Deer

Faculty

Social Science

Supervisor Name

Dr. Jed Long

Keywords

GIS, spatial analysis, geography, movement, Arc, R studio

Description

White-tailed Deer are large, four-legged mammals that can move around a large area. In their range they often return to the same patches and take the same trails. Other deer also have overlaps with each other's ranges. Based on this, is there a way to create a simplified network graph of the patches and movements between said patches of deer to better understand their movements. That is the rough idea behind this research.

Acknowledgements

Thank you to Dr. Jed Long for being my supervisor and all the time you spent helping me throughout the 4 months of this internship. Thank you to my fellow colleagues in the geospatial analysis lab. And thank you to the members of the USRI program for all your efforts and work running this program for everyone.

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Spatial Movements of White-tailed Deer

White-tailed Deer are large, four-legged mammals that can move around a large area. In their range they often return to the same patches and take the same trails. Other deer also have overlaps with each other's ranges. Based on this, is there a way to create a simplified network graph of the patches and movements between said patches of deer to better understand their movements. That is the rough idea behind this research.