03.11.2014 Animal tracking applications International User Conference on Argos Wildlife Applications
IUCAWA 2014 November 18-20, 2014, National Aquarium , Baltimore (MD USA)
31.10.2014 Oceanography and meteorological applications 30th session of the Data Buoy Cooperation panel
ClS participates to the 30th session of the Data Buoy Cooperation Panel. 27 - 31 October 2014, Weihai, China
29.10.2014 Animal tracking applications Dr Barbara Block, invited speaker to IUCAWA 2014
Marine biologist Barbara Block fits tuna with tracking tags (complete with transponders) that record unprecedented amounts of data about these gorgeous, threatened fish and the ocean habitats they move through...IUCAWA2014 Argos Forum special edition
21.10.2014 Animal tracking applications ‘Farewell Whales’ in Cook Island Maori
Aa safe migration from Oceania to Antarctica where the whales will feed for the southern hemisphere summer.
30.09.2014 Animal tracking applications Two magnificent birds of prey tracked with argos
Adrian Aebischer invites us to follow the geolocation of two black kites on his blog. (photo credit : Adrian Aebischer)
09.09.2014 Animal tracking applications Tagging and tracking whale sharks by a research team in Qatar
Satellite tags to track whale sharks movements
27.08.2014 Animal tracking applications Sea turtles equipped with Argos transmitters
COCA LOCA Project : understanding turtles migration and threats in the Indian Ocean (photo credit: Ifremer)
26.08.2014 Animal tracking applications Flamingo Conservation and Tracking in Bolivia
Flamingos can be tracked almost in real-time thanks to argos satellite transmitters.
17.03.2014 Animal tracking applications 34th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation
CLS will be attending the 34th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation from April 10 to 17, 2014 in New Orleans, USA.
23.02.2014 Goniometer Tracking great spotted cuckoos
“In May of 2013, we began tracking several Great Spotted Cuckoos with Argos 5g solar PTTs. In July of 2013, the position of one of them stabilized in a location 50 kms away from its capture area and we believed it had died. The PTT still transmitted from time to time but it was impossible for us to find it with the information provided by these transmissions... Considering the investment that is made in our PTTs, the goniometer seems to be a good tool to ensure we get as much use out of them as possible...