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Separating the Effects of Group Size, Density, and Enclosure Size on Movement and Use of Space in Domestic Fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus)
This project was designed to separate the confounded effects of group size, density, and enclosure size, and to examine the role of enclosure design and its related parameters in shaping movement patterns and use of space ...
Developing a Methodology for the Assessment of Freedom of Movement: The Influence of Spatial Parameters on Movement and Space Use in Mice (Mus musculus)
Despite recent progress in developing housing conditions that more effectively meet the needs of managed species, there remains a lack of detailed information regarding the influence of a space on animal health and well-being. ...