We are proud and exhausted after finishing our first RangeShiftR workshop in Berlin today. This was the first real-life test of our R package. We are very grateful to the participants to help us finding all the bugs and for giving useful suggestions for improvements. Four projects were developed over the last three days:
- Caucasian Leopards in the Great Caucasus: how do stepping stone habitats and corridors aid population viability and recolonisation?
- Great Barrier Reef corals: modelling range shifts of near-threatened, reef-forming corals in deep time
- Hedgehog urban ecology: mate finding in hostile city life
- Gran Chaco parrots: how does deforestatin affect population dynamics of tree cavity nesters?