The main goal of the EUROMAMMALS network is to produce collaborative science, which includes scientific papers in peer review journals, but also participation in congresses and workshops where themes relevant to the project are discussed. Education is also an important element of the projects, especially for PhD and MSc students.
Below a list of the main outputs/achievements pertinent to the EUROMAMMALS initiative as a whole. See also network-specific outputs in the network websites.

Last update: 30/12/2021

EUROMAMMALS paper series

RELATED publications

PRESENTATIONS at conferences and workshops

  • Cagnacci F. On the move: lesson learned from 15 years of movement ecology on European mammals. ECM8- European Conference of Mammalogy 8, Warsaw, Poland, 23-27/9/2019.
  • Morelle K., Cagnacci F., Focardi S., Urbano F. 2018. 'A collaborative scientific project for studying ungulates movement ecology at the European scale'. BioMove Symposium, 26-28 September, Potsdam, Germany.
  • Cagnacci F., Hebblewhite M. 2013. Large-scale animal ecology and management: Integrating large GPS-telemetry datasets across multiple animal populations. IUGB 2013, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Cagnacci F. 2013. Movement ecology perspectives on Global Change: insights from studies at a species’ distribution range scale. INTECOL 2013, London, UK.
  • Cagnacci F. et al. (EURODEER). 2012 EURODEER: good practice data management and data sharing can lead to better science. Measuring Behaviour MB2012, workshop “Tracking Movement using GPS”, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Cagnacci F. et al. (EURODEER). 2011. Animal ecology data management and sharing: a new era. Workshop European Wildlife Research: common future priorities and potential collaboration, Stockolm, Sweden.
  • Cagnacci F. et al. (EURODEER). 2011. Hi-tech animal ecology: from animal movement, to social interactions, to disease transmission. MOVE, COST Action meeting, Mons, Belgium.


Training is key in the EUROMAMMALS project because only with appropriate tools and knowledge of advanced management and analysis technical is possible to exploit the golden mine embedded in the huge mass of data provided by biotelemetry sensors and to link them with all the other information available on animals, their interactions and environment. Workshops, summer schools, publications, seminars are the main way for EUROMAMMALS partner to train and get trained on these topics. In addition to the publications and the PhD students who are developing their research completely or partially in the framework of EUROMAMMALS, the main achievement in this sense are the summers schools that were organized on data management:

Next Generation Data Management in Movement Ecology (2012). Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany. November 03-07 2012

Next Generation Data Management in Movement Ecology (2015). Fondazione Edmund Mach, San Michele all’Adige, Trento, Italy. July 1-10 2015

Dealing with Spatio-Temporal Data in Movement and Population Ecology (2018). Fondazione Edmund Mach, San Michele all’Adige, Trento, Italy. June 18-22 2018.

Most of the material (lessons, data, examples) used for the second summer school are available here, and for the third summer school are available on the GitHub page here