The following is the established format for referencing this article:

Philip D. Taylor
I am ecologist, interested in the study of animal movement. I completed my PhD in 1993, working with Gray Merriam on the effects of landscape structure on the population dynamics of an Odonate. Since then I have studied animal movement in a variety of taxa, from insects, to mammals and birds. Since about 2000 I have focussed on post-fledging and migratory movements of birds, with a recent emphasis on the use of automated tracking networks for studying regional and continent-wide movements of passerines.
Click and hold to drag window