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Bird Surveys - Expedition Field Techniques

Handbook / Manual

Series: Expedition Field Techniques

Edited By: Colin Bibby, Martin Jones and Stuart Marsden

134 pages, Figs

Expedition Advisory Centre of the Royal Geographical Society

Spiralbound | Dec 1998 | #90341 | ISBN: 0907649793
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NHBS Price: £16.95 $22/€20 approx

About this book

Details all the techniques that might be needed to obtain and analyse good quantitative bird data from the field, highlighting potential problems and pitfalls of such work. Sections cover the following: Why Count Birds?; Study Design; Estimating bird densities using distance sampling; Counting single species; Asessment of sites: measurement of species richness and diversity; Bird-habitat studies; and Maximising the impact of the work.


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