Data from: A remote-controlled observatory for behavioural and ecological research: a case study on emperor penguins

Sebastian Richter, Richard C. Gerum, Werner Schneider, Ben Fabry, Céline Le Bohec & Daniel P. Zitterbart
1. Long-term photographic recordings of animal populations provide unique insights in ecological and evolutionary processes. However, image acquisition at remote locations under harsh climatic conditions is highly challenging. 2. We present a robust, energetically self-sufficient and remote-controlled observatory designed to operate year-round in the Antarctic at temperatures below -50 °C and wind speeds above 150 km/h. The observatory is equipped with multiple overview cameras and a high resolution steerable camera with a telephoto lens for...
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