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(2014 (in press)) Density estimation using camera trap surveys: the Random Encounter Model.
The images emerging from these projects are often engaging and useful in their own right, but we also need strong data management systems and robust analytical methods to turn the many 100s of thousands of images generated into scientifically valid conclusions.
The development of new analysis tools has not so far kept pace with the potential created by the new technology.
Miniaturised heat and motion sensors have replaced wires and pressures pads. Carbone, C., Christie, S., Coulson, T., Franklin, N., Ginsberg, J.
(2014) Conservation on international boundaries: the impact of security barriers on terrestrial mammals and humans in four protected areas in Arizona, USA.
(2008) Surveys using camera traps: are we looking to a brighter future?
(2011) Quantifying the sensitivity of camera traps: an adapted distance sampling approach.
Conserving biodiversity in a changing world: land use change and species richness in northern Tanzania.
(2010) Carnivore biodiversity in Tanzania: revealing the distribution patterns of secretive mammals using camera traps.
- Baseline surveys and tiger monitoring surveys were carried out using camera traps in Sembilang National Park in Sumatra.