Yellowstone National Park. It’s 5 am, do you know where your grizzly bears are?. Continuous Data from GPS Collars Analyzing time and location. Tyler Coleman & Andrea Amparore (presented by Ann Rodman). The problem with so much data. GPS Collar Data.
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It’s 5 am, do you know where your grizzly bears are?
Tyler Coleman & Andrea Amparore (presented by Ann Rodman)
GPS Collar Data
. . . is how quickly it gets complicated.
A huge amount of data !
Humans and grizzly bears in the backcountry
bears Intersection hikers
Bear crosses point
Hikers cross point
How often do bear and hiker routes come close to each other without crossing?
Campsites: Do bears . . .
What is the timing?
500 m (sight)
100 m (noise)
50 m (core area)
10 m (campsite)
Bear route with time
Within 500 m
Within 50 m
Tracking Analyst display
timeline route for a campsite
6000 hours (250 days)
People in camp (linear event along route)
Bear in camp (point event)
Bear in occupied camp (point event)
Bears all season
Unpopular with bears and people