Error Properties of Argos Satellite Telemetry Locations Using Least Squares and Kalman Filtering

@inproceedings{Boyd2013ErrorPO,
  title={Error Properties of Argos Satellite Telemetry Locations Using Least Squares and Kalman Filtering},
  author={Janice D. Boyd and Donald J. Brightsmith},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Study of animal movements is key for understanding their ecology and facilitating their conservation. The Argos satellite system is a valuable tool for tracking species which move long distances, inhabit remote areas, and are otherwise difficult to track with traditional VHF telemetry and are not suitable for GPS systems. Previous research has raised doubts about the magnitude of position errors quoted by the satellite service provider CLS. In addition, no peer-reviewed publications have… CONTINUE READING

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