Data visualization of longitudinal waterfowl abundance in Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Baldwin counties

It is known that waterfowl cannot thrive in northern regions of the US during winter and migrate to warmer climates. While migration patterns have been studied, there has been limited research specifically in the Florida Panhandle area. Since 2014, UWF and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service researchers have collected data during migration season, approximately between October and April. This project continues ongoing research using waterfowl abundance data in the Florida Panhandle area. Overall, the research team is interested in determining predictors of waterfowl abundance in the Florida Panhandle area, but this project focused on data management and data visualization.
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Abstract/Description: It is known that waterfowl cannot thrive in northern regions of the US during winter and migrate to warmer climates. While migration patterns have been studied, there has been limited research specifically in the Florida Panhandle area. Since 2014, UWF and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service researchers have collected data during migration season, approximately between October and April. This project continues ongoing research using waterfowl abundance data in the Florida Panhandle area. Overall, the research team is interested in determining predictors of waterfowl abundance in the Florida Panhandle area, but this project focused on data management and data visualization.
Subject(s): Undergraduate Research
Date Issued: 2021