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Lightweight drones have emerged recently as a remote sensing survey tool of choice for ecologists, conservation practitioners and environmental scientists. In published work, there are plentiful details on the parameters and settings used for successful data capture, but in contrast there is a...
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) provide a new research tool to obtain high spatial and temporal resolution imagery at a reduced cost. Rapid advances in miniature sensor technology are leading to greater potentials for ecological research. We demonstrate one of the first applications of UAV lidar...
Pristine tropical ecosystems are currently suffering under extreme demographic pressure. This has led to habitat destruction and disturbances, an important precondition for the invasion of exotic species into pristine ecosystems, with detrimental effects on biodiversity. In this study, we...
Rapid reaction times to undesirable events are becoming increasingly important for the protection and conservation of habitats and species. This study demonstrates how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones, and satellite tracking of individual animals can be combined to identify important...
Species–habitat relationships are of core interest in ecological studies. In this research, we explored the potential of small, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to derive a comprehensive set of habitat predictors to explain distribution variance of an alpine bird community in Jikdril county, on...
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