Research with Animal Movement Patterns
At the University of Florida, I worked with Trevor Caughlin to study the effects of animal movement patterns on seed dispersal. Specifically, we created a computer simulation that used mathematical models to describe the movement of different types of animal seed dispersers and studied the effect that these different models had on dispersal of seeds from a simulated fruit bearing tree. Once completed we presented our results with a poster at the 2014 ESA Conference.
The abstract for our poster can be accessed here.
Brendan J. Regnery, T. Trevor Caughlin, Jeremy W. Lichstein. 2014 “Consequences of animal foraging patterns for seed dispersal and tree demography” Poster. 99th Annual Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting
Brendan J. Regnery, T. Trevor Caughlin, Jeremy W. Lichstein. 2014 “Consequences of Animal Foraging Patterns for Seed Dispersal and Tree Demography” Poster. Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program (URAP)