Tag : Camera trap

1 year ago 1
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Despite tough conditions under which they work, they plod on and face the most daunting prospects with calmness and courage.   Temperatures are a blazing 40 deg C. The dry, deciduous forest landscape is stark and offers not much shade from the sun’s relentless scorching. Often it feels like the hot air from a hair […]

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Time-stamps provide valuable information to study tigers, say scientists
2 years, 10 months ago 0
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MEDIA CONTACT: Dr. Ullas Karanth Email: <ukaranth@gmail.com> Phone: 080-2211 8976 For the first time, scientists incorporate time of photo-capture to estimate abundance and spatial distribution of tigers Traditionally time-data is discarded during analysis despite availability of the information in camera-trap data New methodology of analysis represents data closer to reality that provides a chance to […]

Home-range size of dhole estimated using camera traps for the first time in India
3 years, 1 month ago 1
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MEDIA CONTACT: ‌Arjun Srivathsa Email: <arjuns.cws@gmail.com> Dr. Ullas Karanth Email: <ukaranth@gmail.com> | Phone: 080-2211 8976 Researchers present for the first time using camera-traps, home-range size of Asiatic wild dogs (dholes) Study is based on intensive camera-trap surveys in the Western Ghat forests Researchers track two marked individuals, and record their movement in these forests   BENGALURU […]

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