When to stay and when to go – how porpoises make their decisions

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04/03/2013
How do animals decide how to forage? In the new Early View paper “How a simple adaptive foraging strategy can lead to emergent home ranges and increased food intake” Jacob Nabe-Nielsen and colleagues demonstrate that it only requires a few simple behavioural rules to produce most of the complex movement patterns observed for harbour porpoises.

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TitleHow a simple adaptive foraging strategy can lead to emergent home ranges and increased food intake
Media name/outletVidenskabelig artikel
Duration/Length/SizeOikos
Date04/03/2013
URLonlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-0706.2013.00069.x/abstract
PersonsJacob Nabe-Nielsen, Jakob Tougaard, Jonas Teilmann, Mads C. Forchhammer
TitleHow a simple adaptive foraging strategy can lead to emergent home ranges and increased food intake
Media name/outletOikos Blog
Date04/03/2013
URLoikosjournal.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/when-to-stay-and-when-to-go-how-porpoises-make-their-decisions/
PersonsJacob Nabe-Nielsen, Jakob Tougaard, Jonas Teilmann, Mads C. Forchhammer
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