Connecting the data landscape of long-term ecological studies: The SPI-Birds data hub

2020-12-01
Culina, Antica
Adriaensen, Frank
Bailey, Liam D.
Burgess, Malcolm D.
Charmantier, Anne
Cole, Ella F.
Eeva, Tapio
Matthysen, Erik
Nater, Chloe R.
Sheldon, Ben C.
Saether, Bernt-Erik
Vriend, Stefan J. G.
Zajkova, Zuzana
Adamik, Peter
Aplin, Lucy M.
Angulo, Elena
Artemyev, Alexandr
Barba, Emilio
Barisic, Sanja
Belda, Eduardo
Bilgin, Cemal Can
Bleu, Josefa
Both, Christiaan
Bouwhuis, Sandra
Branston, Claire J.
Broggi, Juli
Burke, Terry
Bushuev, Andrey
Camacho, Carlos
Campobello, Daniela
Canal, David
Cantarero, Alejandro
Caro, Samuel P.
Cauchoix, Maxime
Chaine, Alexis
Cichon, Mariusz
Cikovic, Davor
Cusimano, Camillo A.
Deimel, Caroline
Dhondt, Andre A.
Dingemanse, Niels J.
Doligez, Blandine
Dominoni, Davide M.
Doutrelant, Claire
Drobniak, Szymon M.
Dubiec, Anna
Eens, Marcel
Erikstad, Kjell Einar
Espin, Silvia
Farine, Damien R.
Figuerola, Jordi
Gulbeyaz, Pinar Kavak
Gregoire, Arnaud
Hartley, Ian R.
Hau, Michaela
Hegyi, Gergely
Hille, Sabine
Hinde, Camilla A.
Holtmann, Benedikt
Ilyina, Tatyana
Isaksson, Caroline
Iserbyt, Arne
Ivankina, Elena
Kania, Wojciech
Kempenaers, Bart
Kerimov, Anvar
Komdeur, Jan
Korsten, Peter
Kral, Miroslav
Krist, Milos
Lambrechts, Marcel
Lara, Carlos E.
Leivits, Agu
Liker, Andras
Lodjak, Jaanis
Magi, Marko
Mainwaring, Mark C.
Mand, Raivo
Massa, Bruno
Massemin, Sylvie
Martinez-Padilla, Jesus
Mazgajski, Tomasz D.
Mennerat, Adele
Moreno, Juan
Mouchet, Alexia
Nakagawa, Shinichi
Nilsson, Jan-Ake
Nilsson, Johan F.
Norte, Ana Claudia
van Oers, Kees
Orell, Markku
Potti, Jaime
Quinn, John L.
Reale, Denis
Reiertsen, Tone Kristin
Rosivall, Balazs
Russell, Andrew F.
Rytkonen, Seppo
Sanchez-Virosta, Pablo
Santos, Eduardo S. A.
Schroeder, Julia
Senar, Juan Carlos
Seress, Gabor
Slagsvold, Tore
Szulkin, Marta
Teplitsky, Celine
Tilgar, Vallo
Tolstoguzov, Andrey
Torok, Janos
Valcu, Mihai
Vatka, Emma
Verhulst, Simon
Watson, Hannah
Yuta, Teru
Zamora-Marin, Jose M.
Visser, Marcel E.
The integration and synthesis of the data in different areas of science is drastically slowed and hindered by a lack of standards and networking programmes. Long-term studies of individually marked animals are not an exception. These studies are especially important as instrumental for understanding evolutionary and ecological processes in the wild. Furthermore, their number and global distribution provides a unique opportunity to assess the generality of patterns and to address broad-scale global issues (e.g. climate change).

Citation Formats
A. Culina et al. , “Connecting the data landscape of long-term ecological studies: The SPI-Birds data hub,” JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, pp. 0–0, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/69881.