Data from: Estimating interactions between individuals from concurrent animal movements

Ulrike E. Schlägel, Johannes Signer, Antje Herde, Sophie Eden, Florian Jeltsch, Jana Eccard & Melanie Dammhahn
1. Animal movements arise from complex interactions of individuals with their environment, including both conspecific and heterospecific individuals. Animals may be attracted to each other for mating, social foraging, or information gain, or may keep at a distance from others to avoid aggressive encounters related to, e.g., interference competition, territoriality, or predation. With modern tracking technology, more data sets are emerging that allow to investigate fine-scale interactions between free-ranging individuals from movement data, however, few...
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