Im Rahmen unserer Arbeit an der automatisierten Erfassung von Wildtieren haben wir verschiedene Artikel in wissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften publiziert.

Automatisiertes VHF Radio-Tracking

Gottwald, J., Zeidler, R., Friess, N., Ludwig, M., Reudenbach, C., & Nauss, T. (2019). Introduction of an automatic and open‐source radio‐tracking system for small animals. Methods in Ecology and Evolution10(12), 2163-2172.

DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.13294

Höchst, J., Gottwald, J., Lampe, P., Zobel, J., Nauss, T., Steinmetz, R., & Freisleben, B. (2021). tRackIT OS: Open-source Software for Reliable VHF Wildlife Tracking. In GI-Jahrestagung (pp. 425-442).

DOI: 10.18420/informatik2021-035

Gottwald, J., Royaute, R., Becker, M., Geitz, T., Höchst, J., Lampe, P., … & Nauss, T. (2022). Classifying the activity states of small vertebrates using automated VHF telemetry. bioRxiv.

DOI: 10.1101/2022.03.22.485147

Audio- und Videobasierte Erfassung

Gottwald, J., Lampe, P., Höchst, J., Friess, N., Maier, J., Leister, L., … & Nauss, T. (2021). BatRack: An open‐source multi‐sensor device for wildlife research. Methods in Ecology and Evolution12(10), 1867-1874.

DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.13672

Bellafkir, H., Vogelbacher, M., Gottwald, J., Mühling, M., Korfhage, N., Lampe, P., … & Freisleben, B. (2022). Bat Echolocation Call Detection and Species Recognition by Transformers with Self-attention. In International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Pattern Recognition (pp. 189-203). Springer, Cham.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-08277-1_16

Höchst, J., Bellafkir, H., Lampe, P., Vogelbacher, M., Mühling, M., Schneider, D., … & Freisleben, B. (2022). Bird@Edge: Bird Species Recognition at the Edge. In International Conference on Networked Systems (NETYS). Springer, Cham.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-17436-0_6 | Talk Recording | NVIDIA Jetson Project of the Month

Möglich, J. M., Lampe, P., Fickus, M., Gottwald, J., Nauss, T., Brandl, R., … & Heidrich, L. (2022). Automated non-lethal moth traps can be used for robust estimates of moth abundance. bioRxiv.

DOI: 10.1101/2022.06.13.495870

Species Distribution Modeling

Gottwald, J., Appelhans, T., Adorf, F., Hillen, J., & Nauss, T. (2017). High-resolution MaxEnt modelling of habitat suitability for maternity colonies of the barbastelle bat Barbastella barbastellus (Schreber, 1774) in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Acta Chiropterologica19(2), 389-398.

DOI: 10.3161/15081109ACC2017.19.2.015