aerial surveys


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aerial surveys

an epidemiological technique for surveying animal populations and their habitat, especially the latter, over a very wide area. Requires special techniques adapted to sensing of electronically marked animals from a distance, and infrared scanning of vegetation.
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The intent of this bid is to obtain competitive pricing for aviation services to conduct manatee aerial surveys, per the specifications contained herein.
Patna: Federal Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday assured financial support to Bihar after conducting an aerial survey of the cyclone-hit areas.
Uzbekistan suggests a collaborative study of glaciers in the mountains of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan with use of aerial survey, Uzbek Environmental Protection State Committee specialist Muhammadzhon Hojayev said at the seminar in Dushanbe on November 11, reports Radio Ozodi.
8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT AERIAL SURVEY TO ASSESS PACIFIC SARDINE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE
Parchmarks seen on a set of aerial surveys over parts of Wales have revealed hidden architectural gems such as the Killcrow Hill marching camp
A New Brunswick Manual for Aerial Surveys of White-Tailed Deer Populations Utilizing the Potvin Mark-Recapture Technique.
Zero counts from aerial surveys should be interpreted cautiously given decreased probability of detection.
Design of aerial surveys for Dall sheep in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.
Aerial surveys combined with geology by the Geological Survey of Canada indicate long sheets of peridotite cutting gneisses.
Contracts were awarded to AM-UAS, CyberHawk, Resource Group, and Richard Allitt Associates Remote Aerial Surveys to deliver the services under a Network Rail national framework agreement.
The ND Game and Fish Department conducts big game aerial surveys for mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, moose, pronghorn and bighorn sheep.
The Federal Aviation Administration (F) announced that permission for the first commercial drone to fly over US land has gone to oil company BP and drone manufacturer AeroVironment to fly aerial surveys over Alaska's North Slope.