Remote sensing for wildlife detection


Post provided by Tracey Hollings In an age of rapid technological advances, ecologists need to keep abreast of how we can improve or reinvent the way we do things. Remote sensing technology and image analysis have been developing rapidly and have the potential to revolutionise how we count and estimate animal populations. Using remotely sensed […]

via Remote Sensing for Counting Animals: Polar Bears, Sheep and Everything In-Between — methods.blog

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