Can we estimate populations from camera trap surveys?


Below is a press release about the Methods paper ‘Distance sampling with camera traps‘ taken from the Max Planck Society. Camera traps are a useful means for researchers to observe the behaviour of animal populations in the wild or to assess biodiversity levels of remote locations like the tropical rain forest. Researchers from the University of St […]

via Estimating the Size of Animal Populations from Camera Trap Surveys — methods.blog

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