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- C. L. Batcheler
- Ecology
- 1971

Distances are measured from sample points to the nearest member of a population, from that member to its nearest neighbor, and from that neighbor to its nearest neighbor. The point-to-nearest memberâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 1985

The properties of a variable area sampling technique, by which the observer varies the searchradius to obtain approximately a prescribed number of woody plants in each tier measured, were determinedâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2005

Information on toxic loading and piece-weight distribution are used to calculate an index of the number of baits which an animal must encounter and eat before the probability of death exceeds 99%. Itâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2004

Forty computer.simulated populations were analysed to derive fonnulae for estimating den.5ity of populations from a set of distances from sample points to the nearest member, from that member to itsâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2005

Introduction Forest ecologists use the frequency distribution of d.b.h. (diameter at breast height, 1.35 m above ground) of the stems of woody species to describe age/size structures and drawâ€¦ (More)

Brushtail possums began colonising a rata/kamahi forest in the Taramakau catchment, Westland, about 1950 and by 1973 had caused widespread conspicuous canopy defoliation. They were poisoned in oneâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler, Oliver Bell, J. H. Oarwin
- 2004

A new model has been developed for estimating density of plant Of animal populations. For uniform. randomlywdistributed or contagious populations which are distri. buted with c.;}e or two orders ofâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2004

Ecology contributes to management of animal pests in two ways: by defining the precise damage done by the suspect and finding efficient methods of reducing the population to numbers compatible withâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2004

(where t is Student's t, A is a measure of non-randomness, D is the estimate of density, and N is the number of sample points) and is considered to be analogous to the usual bounded plot samplingâ€¦ (More)

- C. L. Batcheler
- 2008

Browsing by the introduced Australian brush-tailed possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) has been generally accepted in New Zealand during the past 30 yr as the principal cause of damage to hardwood forestsâ€¦ (More)