systems for measuring body temperature.
reveals differences in individual movement patterns between outbreak and non-outbreak Mormon cricket populations.
Mice were located through standard radiotelemetry
techniques (White & Garrott 1990; Millspaugh & Marzluff 2001) using a 3 element Yagi antennae and a R-1000 receiver (Communication Specialists Inc.
Nonetheless, we feel that satellite telemetry provided a useful way to assess harbor seal distribution in our coastal study area, allowing continual collection of information on harbor seal locations that would have been difficult using currently available VHF radiotelemetry
tags, and eliminating the potential disturbance of an observer's presence on foraging harbor seals.
I examined monogamy in the large treeshrew (Tupaia tana) in Sabah, Malaysia using radiotelemetry
data from 46 individuals tracked during and after a fruit masting episode in 1990-1991, during a non-masting period from 2002-2004, and in a selectively logged forest from 2003-2004.
has often been used to determine carnivore abundance (White and Shenk 2001).
Keywords: Anthropogenic, habitat, Indiana myotis, maternity roosts, Myotis sodalis, Newport Chemical Depot, radiotelemetry
research, she had implanted eight of the mice with sophisticated radiotelemetry
devices, each costing $3,000.
2) promotion of ecological and behavioral studies of the species using radiotelemetry
to assess habitat fragmentation and human impacts
We used radiotelemetry
data from January through May 2003 and 2004 and December through February 2004-2005 to investigate survival rates of rabbits within bottomland fields.
Stevenson JS, Smith MW, Jaeger JR, Corah LR, LeFever DG (1996) Detection of estrus by visual observation and radiotelemetry
in prepubertal, estrus-synchronized beef heifers.
to locate trees used by bats that we captured, we characterized roosts using both qualitative and quantitative variables specific to the individual tree and to its surrounding habitat.