Replaces the author's 1987 publication, Wildlife radio tagging as the standard text in the field.DNA techniques and auto-recording of microtransponders have become practical alternatives to radio-tracking in some situations. ... have been retained, but there is 70% more text, more than twice as many references and the new name: A Manual for Wildlife Radio Tagging. As before, Chapter 1 is set at the most basic level, for those who are wondering whether radio tags might help in their research.
|Title||:||A Manual for Wildlife Radio Tagging|
|Publisher||:||Gulf Professional Publishing - 2001|