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Majaliwa M Masolele currently does research in Botany, Zoology and Ecology. Their current project is focusing on developing data driven model for migratory animal population.
September 2018 - October 2020
Reintroduced animals—especially those raised in captivity—are faced with the unique challenge of navigating a wholly unfamiliar environment, and often make erratic or extensive movements after release. Naïveté to the reintroduction landscape can be costly, e.g., through increased energy expenditure, greater exposure to predation, and reduced opport...
Understanding the spatial dynamics of animal movement is an essential component of maintaining ecological connectivity, conserving key habitats, and mitigating the impacts of anthropogenic disturbance. Altered movement and migratory patterns are often an early warning sign of the effects of environmental disturbance, and a precursor to population d...
Movement ecologists have witnessed a rapid increase in the amount of animal position data collected over the past few decades, as well as a concomitant increase in the availability of ecologically relevant remotely sensed data. Many researchers, however, lack the computing resources necessary to incorporate the vast spatiotemporal aspects of datase...
The research questions are :- i) Do eland preferentially select areas with high resources abundance or do they select areas free from natural predation ? ii) Do eland movement patterns and use of space differ between dry and wet season depending on anthropogenic factors (such as fire)?