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  1. A long dispersal distance is widely used to indicate high invasiveness, but it ignores the temporal dimensions of plant invasion. Faster dispersal rates (= distance/time) of invasive species than native ones h...

    Authors: Bo Zhang, Alan Hastings, Edwin D. Grosholz and Lu Zhai
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:73
  2. Kangaroo rats are small mammals that are among the most abundant vertebrates in many terrestrial ecosystems in Western North America and are considered both keystone species and ecosystem engineers, providing ...

    Authors: Ryan J. Hanscom, Jessica L. Hill, Charlotte Patterson, Tyler Marbach, Jeet Sukumaran, Timothy E. Higham and Rulon W. Clark
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:72
  3. Understanding the processes that determine how animals allocate time to space is a major challenge, although it is acknowledged that summed animal movement pathways over time must define space-time use. The cr...

    Authors: Richard M. Gunner, Rory P. Wilson, Mark D. Holton, Nigel C. Bennett, Abdulaziz N. Alagaili, Mads F. Bertelsen, Osama B. Mohammed, Tobias Wang, Paul R. Manger, Khairi Ismael and D. Michael Scantlebury
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:71
  4. Group living animals, such as shorebirds foraging on intertidal mudflats, may use social information about where to find hidden food items. However, flocking also increases intraspecific competition for resour...

    Authors: He-Bo Peng, Chi-Yeung Choi, Zhijun Ma, Allert I. Bijleveld, David S. Melville and Theunis Piersma
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:70
  5. Animal movement is a multifaceted process that occurs for multiple reasons with powerful consequences for food web and ecosystem dynamics. New paradigms and technical innovations have recently pervaded the fie...

    Authors: Christer Brönmark, Gustav Hellström, Henrik Baktoft, Lars-Anders Hansson, Erin S. McCallum, P. Anders Nilsson, Christian Skov, Tomas Brodin and Kaj Hulthén
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:68
  6. The risk posed by offshore wind farms to seabirds through collisions with turbine blades is greatly influenced by species-specific flight behaviour. Bird-borne telemetry devices may provide improved measuremen...

    Authors: Daniel T. Johnston, Chris B. Thaxter, Philipp H. Boersch-Supan, Jacob G. Davies, Gary D. Clewley, Ros M. W. Green, Judy Shamoun-Baranes, Aonghais S. C. P. Cook, Niall H. K. Burton and Elizabeth M. Humphreys
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:66
  7. Animal behavior can be difficult, time-consuming, and costly to observe in the field directly. Innovative modeling methods, such as hidden Markov models (HMMs), allow researchers to infer unobserved animal beh...

    Authors: Kathleen P. Gundermann, D. R. Diefenbach, W. D. Walter, A. M. Corondi, J. E. Banfield, B. D. Wallingford, D. P. Stainbrook, C. S. Rosenberry and F. E. Buderman
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:65
  8. The movement of individual weaver ants, of Oecophylla smargandina, was previously tracked within an unfamiliar arena. We develop an empirical model, based on Brownian motion with a linear drag and constant drivin...

    Authors: L. Charoonratana, T. Thiwatwaranikul, P. Paisanpan, S. Suksombat and M. F. Smith
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:64
  9. Many Norwegian rivers and lakes are regulated for hydropower, which affects freshwater ecosystems and anadromous fish species, such as sea trout (Salmo trutta). Lakes are an important feature of many anadromous r...

    Authors: Lotte S. Dahlmo, Gaute Velle, Cecilie I. Nilsen, Ulrich Pulg, Robert J. Lennox and Knut W. Vollset
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:63
  10. Animal movement is a behavioral trait shaped by the need to find food and suitable habitat, avoid predators, and reproduce. Using high-resolution tracking data, it is possible to describe movement in greater d...

    Authors: Roland Kays, Ben Hirsch, Damien Caillaud, Rafael Mares, Shauhin Alavi, Rasmus Worsøe Havmøller and Margaret Crofoot
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:61
  11. It is a long-standing view that the main mechanism maintaining narrow migratory divides in passerines is the selection against intermediate and suboptimal migratory direction, but empirical proof of this is st...

    Authors: Kristaps Sokolovskis, Violeta Caballero-Lopez, Susanne Åkesson, Max Lundberg, Mikkel Willemoes, Tianhao Zhao and Staffan Bensch
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:58
  12. Fisheries managers stock triploid (i.e., infertile, artificially produced) rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss in North American lakes to support sport fisheries while minimizing the risk of genetic introgression b...

    Authors: Jessica E. Pease, James P. Losee, Stephen Caromile, Gabriel Madel, Michael Lucero, Anna Kagley, Michael G. Bertram, Jake M. Martin, Thomas P. Quinn, Daniel Palm and Gustav Hellström
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:57
  13. Long-distance migratory birds spend most of their annual cycle in non-breeding areas. During this period birds must meet their daily nutritional needs and acquire additional energy intake to deal with future e...

    Authors: Enzo Basso, Johannes Horstmann, Eldar Rakhimberdiev, José M. Abad-Gómez, José A. Masero, Jorge S. Gutiérrez, Jorge Valenzuela, Jorge Ruiz and Juan G. Navedo
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:55
  14. In lake ecosystems, predatory fish can move and forage across both nearshore and offshore habitats. This coupling of sub-habitats, which is important in stabilizing lake food webs, has largely been assessed fr...

    Authors: Paul J. Blanchfield, Graydon McKee, Matthew M. Guzzo, Andrew J. Chapelsky and Peter A. Cott
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:54
  15. Migration enables organisms to access resources in separate regions that have predictable but asynchronous spatiotemporal variability in habitat quality. The classical migration syndrome is defined by key trai...

    Authors: Luke Storrie, Lisa L. Loseto, Emma L. Sutherland, Shannon A. MacPhee, Greg O’Corry-Crowe and Nigel E. Hussey
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:53
  16. Migratory insects are important for the provision of ecosystem services both at the origin and destination sites but – apart from some iconic species – the migration routes of many insect species have not been...

    Authors: Yvonne Oelmann, Diana Fiedler, Rune Michaelis, Meelis Leivits, Andreas Braun, Philipp Gschwind, Harald Neidhardt and Christoph Willigalla
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:52
  17. Understanding which intrinsic and extrinsic factors dictate decision-making processes such as leaving the natal area or not (migratory vs resident strategy), departure time, and non-breeding destination are ke...

    Authors: Davide Scridel, Simone Pirrello, Simona Imperio, Jacopo G. Cecere, Giuseppe Albanese, Alessandro Andreotti, Giovanni Arveda, Fabrizio Borghesi, Giuseppe La Gioia, Luisanna Massa, Chiara Mengoni, Pierfrancesco Micheloni, Nadia Mucci, Riccardo Nardelli, Sergio Nissardi, Stefano Volponi…
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:51
  18. Fish migration has severely been impacted by dam construction. Through the disruption of fish migration routes, freshwater fish communities have seen an incredible decline. Fishways, which have been constructe...

    Authors: J. Elings, R. Mawer, S. Bruneel, I. S. Pauwels, E. Pickholtz, R. Pickholtz, J. Coeck, M. Schneider and P. Goethals
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:50
  19. Migration is a vital element of the life cycle of many freshwater fish species but is increasingly hampered globally by riverine barriers. Fish passes are a common approach to enable migration past barriers bu...

    Authors: Rachel Mawer, Stijn P. Bruneel, Ine S. Pauwels, Jelger Elings, Eliezer Pickholtz, Renanel Pickholtz, Matthias Schneider, Johan Coeck and Peter L. M. Goethals
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:49
  20. Aerial insectivorous birds have suffered steep population declines in North America over the last 60 years. A lack of information on migratory connectivity between breeding and non-breeding grounds for these ...

    Authors: Keith A. Hobson and Kevin J. Kardynal
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:48
  21. The study of the timing of migration is fundamental to the understanding of the ecology of many bird species and their response to climate change, and it has important conservation and management implications ...

    Authors: Roberto Ambrosini, Simona Imperio, Jacopo G. Cecere, Alessandro Andreotti, Lorenzo Serra, Fernando Spina, Niccolò Fattorini and Alessandra Costanzo
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:47
  22. The distribution of resources can affect animal range sizes, which in turn may alter infectious disease dynamics in heterogenous environments. The risk of pathogen exposure or the spatial extent of outbreaks m...

    Authors: Yen-Hua Huang, Norman Owen-Smith, Michelle D. Henley, J. Werner Kilian, Pauline L. Kamath, Sunday O. Ochai, Henriette van Heerden, John K. E. Mfune, Wayne M. Getz and Wendy C. Turner
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:46
  23. There has recently been great interest in the use of accelerometers onboard electronic transmitters to characterise various aspects of the ecology of wild animals. We review use cases and outline how these too...

    Authors: Robert J. Lennox, Sindre H. Eldøy, Lotte S. Dahlmo, Jordan K. Matley and Knut Wiik Vollset
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:45
  24. Millions of birds travel every year between Europe and Africa detouring ecological barriers and funnelling through migratory corridors where they face variable weather conditions. Little is known regarding the...

    Authors: Paolo Becciu, David Troupin, Leonid Dinevich, Yossi Leshem and Nir Sapir
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:44
  25. Freshwater fish communities typically thrive in heterogenous ecosystems that offer various abiotic conditions. However, human impact increasingly leads to loss of this natural heterogeneity and its associated ...

    Authors: Casper H. A. van Leeuwen, Joep J. de Leeuw, Olvin A. van Keeken, Joey J. J. Volwater, Ferdi Seljee, Roland van Aalderen, Willie A. M. van Emmerik and Elisabeth S. Bakker
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:43
  26. Freshwater ecosystems are some of the most affected by biological invasions due, in part, to the introduction of invasive carp worldwide. Where carp have become established, management programs often seek to l...

    Authors: Maggie Raboin, John M. Plumb, Matthew D. Sholtis, David L. Smith, P. Ryan Jackson, Jose M. Rivera, Cory D. Suski and Aaron R. Cupp
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:42
  27. State-space models, such as Hidden Markov Models (HMMs), are increasingly used to classify animal tracks into behavioural states. Typically, step length and turning angles of successive locations are used to i...

    Authors: Sarah Saldanha, Sam L. Cox, Teresa Militão and Jacob González-Solís
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:41
  28. The migratory process in birds consists of alternating periods of flight and fueling. Individuals of some populations make few flights and long stopovers, while others make multiple flights between short stopo...

    Authors: Linus Hedh and Anders Hedenström
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:40
  29. Bio-logging devices play a fundamental and indispensable role in movement ecology studies, particularly in the wild. However, researchers are aware of the influence that attaching devices can have on animals, ...

    Authors: Arianna Longarini, Olivier Duriez, Emily Shepard, Kamran Safi, Martin Wikelski and Martina Scacco
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:39
  30. For many migratory species, inexperienced (naïve) individuals reach remote non-breeding areas independently using one or more inherited compass headings and, potentially, magnetic signposts to gauge where to s...

    Authors: James D. McLaren, Heiko Schmaljohann and Bernd Blasius
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:37
  31. Parturition and the early neonatal period are critical life history stages in ungulates with considerable implications for population growth and persistence. Understanding the changes in behaviour induced by u...

    Authors: Aidan Brushett, Jesse Whittington, Bryan Macbeth and John M. Fryxell
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:36
  32. Along the mid-Atlantic coast of the United States, eastern red bats (Lasiurus borealis) are present during fall mating and migration, though little is currently known about most aspects of bat migration. To revea...

    Authors: Michael C. True, Katherine M. Gorman, Hila Taylor, Richard J. Reynolds and W. Mark Ford
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:35
  33. For diving, marine predators, accelerometer and magnetometer data provides critical information on sub-surface foraging behaviours that cannot be identified from location or time-depth data. By measuring head ...

    Authors: Nathan Angelakis, Simon D. Goldsworthy, Sean D. Connell and Leonardo M. Durante
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:34
  34. High-resolution sound and movement recording tags offer unprecedented insights into the fine-scale foraging behaviour of cetaceans, especially echolocating odontocetes, enabling the estimation of a series of f...

    Authors: Sergi Pérez-Jorge, Cláudia Oliveira, Esteban Iglesias Rivas, Rui Prieto, Irma Cascão, Paul J. Wensveen, Patrick J. O. Miller and Mónica A. Silva
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:33
  35. The niche breadth of an animal population comprises both within-individual and between-individual variation (individual specialization). Both components can be used to explain changes in population niche bread...

    Authors: Zhiqiang Wang, Lixin Gong, Zhenglanyi Huang, Yang Geng, Wenjun Zhang, Man Si, Hui Wu, Jiang Feng and Tinglei Jiang
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:32
  36. Seasonal long-distance movements are a common feature in many taxa allowing animals to deal with seasonal habitats and life-history demands. Many species use different strategies to prioritize time- or energy-...

    Authors: Courtney R. Shuert, Nigel E. Hussey, Marianne Marcoux, Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, Rune Dietz and Marie Auger-Méthé
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:31
  37. All behaviour requires energy, and measuring energy expenditure in standard units (joules) is key to linking behaviour to ecological processes. Animal-borne accelerometers are commonly used to infer proxies of...

    Authors: Pritish Chakravarty, Gabriele Cozzi, David Michael Scantlebury, Arpat Ozgul and Kamiar Aminian
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:29

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  38. Intra-specific variability in movement behaviour occurs in all major taxonomic groups. Despite its common occurrence and ecological consequences, individual variability is often overlooked. As a result, there ...

    Authors: Nicolas Lubitz, Ryan Daly, John D Filmalter, Marcus Sheaves, Paul D Cowley, Tor F Naesje and Adam Barnett
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:28
  39. Movement facilitates and alters species interactions, the resulting food web structures, species distribution patterns, community structures and survival of populations and communities. In the light of global ...

    Authors: Jördis F. Terlau, Ulrich Brose, Thomas Boy, Samraat Pawar, Malin Pinsky and Myriam R. Hirt
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:27
  40. Each spring and fall billions of songbirds depart on nocturnal migrations across the globe. Theory suggests that songbirds should depart on migration shortly after sunset to maximize their potential for nightl...

    Authors: Nathan W. Cooper, Bryant C. Dossman, Lucas E. Berrigan, J. Morgan Brown, Alicia R. Brunner, Helen E. Chmura, Dominic A. Cormier, Camille Bégin-Marchand, Amanda D. Rodewald, Philip D. Taylor, Christopher M. Tonra, Junior A. Tremblay and Peter P. Marra
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:24
  41. Weather can have both delayed and immediate impacts on animal populations, and species have evolved behavioral adaptions to respond to weather conditions. Weather has long been hypothesized to affect the timin...

    Authors: Nathan W. Cooper, Bryant C. Dossman, Lucas E. Berrigan, J. Morgan Brown, Dominic A. Cormier, Camille Bégin-Marchand, Amanda D. Rodewald, Philip D. Taylor, Junior A. Tremblay and Peter P. Marra
    Citation: Movement Ecology 2023 11:23