High-Temporal Resolution Photography for Observing Riparian Area Use and Grazing Behavior☆

@article{Nichols2017HighTemporalRP,
  title={High-Temporal Resolution Photography for Observing Riparian Area Use and Grazing Behavior☆},
  author={Mary H. Nichols and George B. Ruyle and Paul Dille},
  journal={Rangeland Ecology and Management},
  year={2017},
  volume={70},
  pages={418 - 421}
}
ABSTRACT Observation is a simple method of acquiring information and is a critical step in the scientific method for both developing and investigating testable hypotheses. Cameras have long played a role in observation, and as technology advances, new tools and methods for collecting, interrogating, and displaying large quantities of high-resolution images have evolved. We describe an automated digital time-lapse camera system and present an example field deployment to observe the temporal and… CONTINUE READING
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