Edited By: Ullas Karanth and James Nichols
193 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Presents a conceptually unified, statistically rigorous approach to ecological monitoring of wild tigers, synthesizing current scientific understanding of tiger ecology with recent advances in population sampling techniques. An array of approaches are presented for the monitoring of tiger populations and their prey species, tailored to suit a variety of practical contexts. Topics covered include methods for the estimation of habitat occupancy as well as estimation of relative and absolute densities.
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