CAnMove - Centre for Animal Movement Research

Organisational unit: Research group


CAnMove research aims to resolve some of the most challenging questions in biology, such as the genetic control programs of migration, the mechanisms for animal navigation, the fluid dynamics of animal flight, and the evolution of migration. In CAnMove we also study dispersal and speciation, effects of movements on populations, spread of diseases and how climate change affect migrating animals.

Recent research outputs

Pablo Salmón, Arne Jacobs, Dag Ahrén, Clotilde Biard, Niels J Dingemanse, Davide M Dominoni, Barbara Helm, Max Lundberg, Juan Carlos Senar, Philipp Sprau, Marcel E Visser & Caroline Isaksson, 2021 May 20, In: Nature Communications. 12, 14 p., 2983.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Baptiste Garde, Rory P. Wilson, Emmanouil Lempidakis, Luca Börger, Steven J. Portugal, Anders Hedenström, Giacomo Dell'Omo, Michael Quetting, Martin Wikelski & Emily L.C. Shepard, 2021 May 1, In: Royal Society Open Science. 8, 5, 210130.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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