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Recommended guiding principles for reporting on camera trapping research
We propose a series of guiding principles for reporting methods and results obtained using camera traps. Expand
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Infrared-triggered cameras for detecting wildlife: an evaluation and review
Abstract We evaluated the abilities of 6 infrared-triggered camera systems (TrailMaster 1500, TrailMaster 500, Buckshot RTV, Buckshot Scout, CamTrakker, and DeerCam) to detect 3 sizes of animalExpand
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Implications of Anthropogenic Landscape Change on Inter-Population Movements of the Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii)
In the Sonoran Desert of North America, populations of the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) occur in rocky foothills throughout southwestern Arizona and northwestern Mexico. Although tortoiseExpand
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Distance sampling for Sonoran Desert tortoises
We used line transects and distance sampling in combination with radiotelemetry to estimate density of a desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) population in the Rincon Mountains near Tucson, Arizona,Expand
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Natural History of a Northern Population of Twin-Spotted Rattlesnakes, Crotalus pricei
Abstract The twin-spotted rattlesnake (Crotalus pricei) is a small-bodied pitviper that has received little attention in the literature to date. The species reaches the northern limit of its range inExpand
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Forecasting climate change impacts to plant community composition in the Sonoran Desert region
Hotter and drier conditions projected for the southwestern United States can have a large impact on the abundance and composition of long-lived desert plant species. We used long-term vegetationExpand
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PCR primers for microsatellite loci in the desert tortoise ( Gopherus agassizii , Testudinidae)
The desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii , is a threatened species native to the North American desert southwest and is recognized as having distinct Mojave and Sonoran populations. We identified sixExpand
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Evaluating Types and Features of Camera Traps in Ecological Studies: A Guide for Researchers
Choosing a camera trap for use in an ecological study can be a difficult task, as there are many different types of commercial units available. Camera traps vary greatly in cost and ease of use asExpand
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Camera trapping for animal monitoring and management: a review of applications
Camera traps are being used throughout the world to address a wide range of issues in wildlife management and to address both research and management questions that cannot be easily answered withExpand
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Using MRP for optimized schedules (Emulating OPT)
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