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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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Accompanied by federal agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh, federal minister for Communication and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, Singh conducted an aerial survey of the areas ravaged by storms for more than an hour on Friday afternoon to take stock of the situation.
Aerial survey of glaciers will be helpful to forecast the situation, the official said.
In 2012 and 2013, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), in conjunction with the California Wetfish Producers Association (CWPA), conducted aerial surveys to collect data on sardine distribution and abundance in the southern California Bight (SCB).
The parchmarks were revealed through a set of aerial surveys over parts of Wales, including Cardiff and Pembroke Castles as well as Wrexham, Pwllheli, Haverfordwest and Chepstow.
Manmohan Singh yesterday along with Congress President Sonia Gandhi made an aerial survey of the worst-hit areas in the state.
Key words: aerial survey, Alces alces, double-count survey, moose, population estimate, Maine.
This week's aerial survey, the first of its kind in Qatar, comes towards the end of a busy research season for the Qatar Whale Shark Research project.
In 2008, an aerial survey of the 160 km of coast was conducted.
Beyond Britain, siege camps are known, but marching camps have only predominantly come to light since aerial survey took off in eastern Europe while practice camps are rarely recognised.
The official reason stated by the pilot for the sortie: " trial flight" before an aerial survey by state DGP V.
A seal aerial survey will be conducted in December and will cover the Angolan, Namibian and South African coasts.
AQUATIC science and remote sensing consultancy APEM is opening an office and aerial survey facility at Hawarden Airfield, near Chester.