Peers in Animal Biotelemetry aims to publish high-quality research in the field of animal biotelemetry, including but not limited to the following topics:

  1. Animal movement ecology
  2. Animal behavior and physiology
  3. Wildlife management and conservation
  4. Animal population dynamics
  5. Biotelemetry technologies and techniques
  6. Data analysis and modeling in animal biotelemetry
  7. Biotelemetry applications in aquatic and terrestrial environments
  8. Biotelemetry applications in endangered species conservation
  9. Biotelemetry applications in fisheries management
  10. Biotelemetry applications in animal welfare
  11. Biotelemetry applications in animal health monitoring
  12. Biotelemetry applications in animal migration studies
  13. Biotelemetry applications in animal communication studies
  14. Biotelemetry applications in animal breeding studies
  15. Biotelemetry applications in wildlife disease management
  16. Biotelemetry applications in animal movement tracking
  17. Biotelemetry applications in animal population estimation
  18. Biotelemetry applications in animal habitat selection studies
  19. Biotelemetry applications in animal predator-prey interactions
  20. Biotelemetry applications in animal social behavior studies

We welcome submissions from researchers, scientists, and experts from around the world, and encourage submissions that use a variety of biotelemetry technologies, including but not limited to:

  1. Radio telemetry
  2. GPS tracking
  3. Satellite telemetry
  4. Acoustic telemetry
  5. Biologging
  6. Biotelemetry sensors
  7. Video monitoring
  8. Data loggers
  9. Animal-borne cameras

Our journal is committed to following all necessary regulations from organizations, including but not limited to:

  1. International Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
  2. Animal Welfare Act
  3. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
  4. European Union Directive on the Protection of Animals Used for Scientific Purposes
  5. National Institutes of Health (NIH) guidelines for the care and use of laboratory animals

We adhere to the principles of open access publishing and are committed to providing our readers with high-quality, peer-reviewed research that is freely accessible to all. We also strive to provide a platform for researchers to engage with each other and with the broader scientific community, promoting collaboration and the exchange of knowledge and ideas.

In addition to original research articles, Peers in Animal Biotelemetry also welcomes review articles, perspectives, and technical notes. We encourage submissions that demonstrate the potential for biotelemetry to solve real-world problems related to animal conservation and management.

Our journal is committed to ensuring a fair and rigorous peer-review process for all submitted manuscripts. We have a team of expert reviewers who evaluate each manuscript based on its scientific merit, originality, and relevance to the field of animal biotelemetry. We strive to provide constructive feedback to authors and work with them to improve the quality of their research.

Peers in Animal Biotelemetry is published by a team of experienced editors and supported by an international editorial board, consisting of experts in the field of animal biotelemetry. Our editorial team is dedicated to providing a high-quality publication platform for researchers in the field and ensuring the integrity of the peer-review process.

We believe that the publication of high-quality research in animal biotelemetry is crucial for the advancement of the field and for the conservation and management of animal populations. Our goal is to promote and disseminate this research to a wide audience and to encourage collaboration and innovation in the field.

In summary, Peers in Animal Biotelemetry is an open access journal that aims to publish high-quality research in the field of animal biotelemetry, including but not limited to animal movement ecology, behavior and physiology, wildlife management and conservation, and biotelemetry technologies and techniques. We are committed to following all necessary regulations from organizations and adhering to the principles of open access publishing. Our mission is to advance the field of animal biotelemetry by promoting and disseminating high-quality research, and our vision is to be the leading journal in the field.

  1. Animal biotelemetry
  2. Animal tracking
  3. Wildlife management
  4. Animal behavior
  5. Animal physiology
  6. Animal ecology
  7. Conservation biology
  8. Wildlife conservation
  9. Animal migration
  10. Fishery management
  11. Aquatic ecology
  12. Terrestrial ecology
  13. Wildlife population dynamics
  14. Biotelemetry technology
  15. Data analysis
  16. Modeling
  17. Aquatic environments
  18. Terrestrial environments
  19. Endangered species
  20. Fisheries conservation
  21. Animal welfare monitoring
  22. Animal health monitoring
  23. Animal communication
  24. Animal breeding
  25. Wildlife disease management
  26. Animal movement
  27. Animal habitat selection
  28. Predator-prey interactions
  29. Social behavior studies
  30. Radio telemetry
  31. GPS tracking
  32. Satellite telemetry
  33. Acoustic telemetry
  34. Biologging
  • Biotelemetry sensors
  1. Video monitoring
  • Data loggers
  • Animal-borne cameras
  • Telemetry data analysis
  1. Biotelemetry modeling
  2. Aquatic telemetry
  3. Terrestrial telemetry
  4. Marine ecology
  5. Wetland ecology
  6. Forest ecology
  7. Grassland ecology
  8. Animal conservation
  9. Wildlife research
  10. Biotelemetry applications
  11. Animal movement tracking
  12. Animal population estimation
  13. Habitat use
  • Predator movement
  1. Prey movement
  2. Animal behavior studies
  • Animal physiology studies
  1. Aquatic animal behavior
  2. Terrestrial animal behavior
  3. Wildlife habitat selection
  4. Wildlife disease surveillance
  5. Population ecology
  6. Biotelemetry in ecology
  7. Animal movement ecology
  8. Animal tracking technology
  • Biotelemetry data visualization
  1. Telemetry network design
  • Data management
  • Biotelemetry data quality control
  • Biotelemetry data storage
  1. Biotelemetry software
  2. Biotelemetry hardware
  3. Biotelemetry system design
  • Marine animal telemetry
  1. Marine mammal telemetry
  2. Bird tracking
  • Insect tracking
  1. Amphibian tracking
  2. Reptile tracking
  3. Animal behavior research
  4. Animal movement research
  5. Biotelemetry applications in ecology
  6. Biotelemetry in conservation
  • Biotelemetry in wildlife management
  1. Biotelemetry in animal behavior
  2. Biotelemetry in animal ecology
  • Biotelemetry in animal physiology
  1. Biotelemetry in animal migration
  2. Biotelemetry in animal communication
  3. Biotelemetry in animal breeding
  4. Biotelemetry in wildlife disease management
  5. Biotelemetry in animal movement tracking
  6. Biotelemetry in animal population estimation
  • Biotelemetry in animal habitat selection
  1. Biotelemetry in predator-prey interactions
  2. Biotelemetry in animal social behavior
  • Biotelemetry in marine ecology
  1. Biotelemetry in wetland ecology
  2. Biotelemetry in forest ecology
  3. Biotelemetry in grassland ecology
  4. Biotelemetry in aquatic animal behavior
  5. Biotelemetry in terrestrial animal behavior
  6. Biotelemetry in wildlife habitat selection
  7. Biotelemetry in population ecology
  8. Biotelemetry in data analysis
  9. Biotelemetry in modeling
  10. Biotelemetry in telemetry network design
  11. Biotelemetry in data management
  12. Biotelemetry in data quality control
  13. Biotelemetry in data storage
  14. Biotelemetry in software
  15. Biotelemetry in hardware
  16. Biotelemetry in system design
  17. Biotelemetry in marine animal tracking
  18. Biotelemetry in marine mammal tracking
  19. Biotelemetry in bird tracking
  20. Biotelemetry in insect tracking
  21. Biotelemetry in amphibian tracking
  22. Biotelemetry in reptile tracking
  23. Biotelemetry in animal behavior research
  24. Biotelemetry in animal movement research
  25. Biotelemetry in ecology research
  26. Biotelemetry in conservation research
  27. Biotelemetry in wildlife management research
  28. Biotelemetry in animal health research
  29. Biotelemetry in animal welfare research
  30. Biotelemetry in animal communication research
  31. Biotelemetry in animal breeding research
  32. Biotelemetry in wildlife disease research
  33. Biotelemetry in predator-prey interaction research
  34. Biotelemetry in social behavior research
  35. Biotelemetry in marine ecology research
  36. Biotelemetry in wetland ecology research
  37. Biotelemetry in forest ecology research
  38. Biotelemetry in grassland ecology research
  39. Biotelemetry in aquatic animal behavior research
  40. Biotelemetry in terrestrial animal behavior research
  41. Biotelemetry in wildlife habitat selection research
  42. Biotelemetry in population ecology research
  43. Biotelemetry in data analysis research
  44. Biotelemetry in modeling research
  45. Biotelemetry in telemetry network design research
  46. Biotelemetry in data management research
  47. Biotelemetry in data quality control research
  48. Biotelemetry in data storage research
  49. Biotelemetry in software research
  50. Biotelemetry in hardware research
  51. Biotelemetry in system design research
  52. Biotelemetry in marine animal tracking research
  53. Biotelemetry in marine mammal tracking research
  54. Biotelemetry in bird tracking research
  55. Biotelemetry in insect tracking research
  56. Biotelemetry in amphibian tracking research
  57. Biotelemetry in reptile tracking research
  58. Biotelemetry in animal behavior data analysis
  59. Biotelemetry in animal movement data analysis
  60. Biotelemetry in ecology data analysis
  61. Biotelemetry in conservation data analysis
  62. Biotelemetry in wildlife management data analysis
  63. Biotelemetry in animal health data analysis
  64. Biotelemetry in animal welfare data analysis
  65. Biotelemetry in animal communication data analysis
  66. Biotelemetry in animal breeding data analysis
  67. Biotelemetry in wildlife disease data analysis
  68. Biotelemetry in predator-prey interaction data analysis
  69. Biotelemetry in social behavior data analysis
  70. Biotelemetry in marine ecology data analysis
  71. Biotelemetry in wetland ecology data analysis
  72. Biotelemetry in forest ecology data analysis
  73. Biotelemetry in grassland ecology data analysis
  74. Biotelemetry in aquatic animal behavior data analysis
  75. Biotelemetry in terrestrial animal behavior data analysis
  76. Biotelemetry in wildlife habitat selection data analysis
  77. Biotelemetry in population ecology data analysis
  78. Biotelemetry in data analysis software
  79. Biotelemetry in data analysis techniques
  80. Biotelemetry in data analysis algorithms
  81. Biotelemetry in data analysis tools
  82. Biotelemetry in data analysis models
  83. Biotelemetry in data analysis methods
  84. Biotelemetry in animal movement modeling
  85. Biotelemetry in ecology modeling
  86. Biotelemetry in conservation modeling
  87. Biotelemetry in wildlife management modeling
  88. Biotelemetry in animal health modeling
  89. Biotelemetry in bioenergetics modeling
  90. Biotelemetry in animal welfare modeling
  91. Biotelemetry in animal communication modeling
  92. Biotelemetry in animal breeding modeling
  93. Biotelemetry in wildlife disease modeling
  94. Biotelemetry in predator-prey interaction modeling
  95. Biotelemetry in social behavior modeling
  96. Biotelemetry in marine ecology modeling
  97. Biotelemetry in wetland ecology modeling
  98. Biotelemetry in forest ecology modeling
  99. Biotelemetry in grassland ecology modeling
  100. Biotelemetry in aquatic animal behavior modeling
  101. Biotelemetry in terrestrial animal behavior modeling
  102. Biotelemetry in wildlife habitat selection modeling
  103. Biotelemetry in population ecology modeling
  104. Biotelemetry in model validation
  105. Biotelemetry in wildlife movement modeling

To put it briefly, We invite researchers, practitioners, and students to submit their original research, reviews, perspectives, and technical notes to Peers in Animal Biotelemetry. Our dedicated editorial team and expert reviewers are committed to providing a rigorous peer-review process and ensuring the quality and integrity of all published research. With a focus on promoting collaboration and innovation in the field of animal biotelemetry, we strive to be the leading open access journal in this important and rapidly evolving field.