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Issue Information Aims and Scope Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation provides a forum for rapid, peer-reviewed publication of novel, multidisciplinary research at the interface between remote sensing science and ecology and conservation. The journal prioritizes fi ndings that advance the scientifi c basis of ecology and conservation, promoting the development of remote-sensing based methods relevant to the management of land use and biological systems at all levels, from populations and species to ecosystems and biomes. The journal defi nes remote sensing in its broadest sense, including data acquisition by hand-held and fi xed ground-based sensors, such as camera traps and acoustic recorders, and sensors on airplanes and satellites. The intended journal’s audience includes ecologists, conservation scientists, policy makers, managers of terrestrial and aquatic systems, remote sensing scientists, and students. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation publishes original research articles, reviews, Editorial, Policy Forum, and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Original research papers must report well-conducted research with conclusions supported by the data presented in the paper. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation is a Wiley Open Access journal, one of a new series of peer-reviewed titles publishing quality research with speed and effi ciency. For further information visit the Wiley Open Access website at http://www.wileyopenaccess.com. Open Access and Copyright All articles published by Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation are fully open access: immediately freely available to read, download and share. All articles accepted from 2014 are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. All articles accepted before this date were published under a Creative Commons Attribution License. The Creative Commons Attribution License permits which allows users to copy, distribute and transmit an article, adapt the article and make commercial use of the article. The CC BY license permits commercial and non-commercial re-use of an open access article, as long as the author is properly attributed. Copyright on any research article in a journal published by Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation is retained by the author(s). Authors grant Wiley a license to publish the article and identify itself as the original publisher. Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation details and publisher are identifi ed. Further information about open access license and copyright can be found at http://www.wileyopenaccess.com/details/content/12f25db4c87/Copyright--License.html. Purchasing Print Reprints Print reprints of Wiley Open Access articles can be purchased from corporatesales@wiley.com. Disclaimer The Publisher and Editors cannot be held responsible for errors or any consequences arising from the use of information contained in this journal; the views and opinions expressed do not necessarily refl ect those of the Publisher and Editors, neither does the publication of advertisements constitute any endorsements by the Publisher and Editors of the products advertised. Wiley Open Access articles posted to repositories or websites are without warranty from Wiley of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fi tness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. To the fullest extent permitted by law Wiley disclaims all liability for any loss or damage arising out of, or in connection with, the use of or inability to use the content. R RSE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 1 SE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 1 5 5/29/2019 10:33:52 AM /29/2019 10:33:52 AM Editor-in-Chief Nathalie Pettorelli Zoological Society of London, UK Honorary Editors Gregory Asner Gregoire Dubois Tim O’Brien Stanford University, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Wildlife Conservation Society, USA Italy USA Zoe Davies Claudia Kuenzer Aurélie Shapiro University of Kent, UK German Aerospace Center, Germany WWF-Germany, Germany Senior Editors Ned Horning Marcus Rowcliffe Kate He American Museum of Natural History, USA Zoological Society of London, UK Murray State University, USA Associate Editors Abdulhakim Abdi Moses Cho Tommaso Jucker Nicola Quick Lund University, Sweden Council for Scientifi c and Indus- CSIRO, Australia Duke University, USA trial Research (CSIR), South Jorge Ahumada, Natalie Kelly Gwilym Rowlands Africa Conservation International, Australian Antarctic Division, University of Oxford, UK USA Australia Nicola Clerici Sadie Ryan Universidad del Rosario, Colombia Karen Anderson Helen de Klerk University of Florida Gainesville, University of Exeter, UK Stellenbosch University, South Africa USA Anna Cord Helmholtz Centre for Environmen- Carlos de Angelo Vincent Lecours Kylie Scales tal Research – UFZ, Germany National Scientifi c and Technical University of Florida, USA University of the Sunshine Coast, Research Council (CONICET), Australia Mathias Disney Shaun Levick Argentina University College London and CSIRO, Australia Rahel Sollmann NERC National Centre for Earth Dolors Armenteras University of California Davis, Xuehua Liu Observation (NCEO), UK Colombia National University, USA Tsinghua University, China Colombia Clare Duncan Jennifer Swenson Nathan Merchant Zoological Society of London, UK Stephanie Bohlman Duke University, USA Centre for Environment, Fisheries University of Florida, USA Dan Friess and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), UK Matthew Van Den Broeke National University of Singapore, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Phil Bouchet Justin Moat Singapore USA University of St Andrews, UK Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK Jean Guillard Oliver Wearn Doreen Boyd Margarita Mulero-Pázmány French National Institute for Zoological Society of London, UK University of Nottingham, UK Liverpool John Moores University, UK Agricultural Research (INRA), Graeme Buchanan Martin Wegmann France José Paruelo Royal Society for the Protection University of Würzburg, Germany José Luís Hernández Stefanoni National Scientifi c and Technical of Birds, UK Research Council (CONICET), Jian Zhang Centro de Investigación Científi ca East China Normal University, Anthony Caravaggi de Yucatán A.C., Mexico Argentina University College Cork, Ireland China Tim Hofmeester Dimitris Poursanidis Anna Carter Swedish University of Agricultural Foundation for Research and András Zlinszky Iowa State University, USA Sciences, Sweden Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece Aarhus University, Denmark R RSE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 2 SE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 2 5 5/29/2019 10:33:52 AM /29/2019 10:33:52 AM Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation Volume 5, Issue 2 June 2019 Contents Dedicated section: Remote sensing for coastal ecosystem monitoring and management Mapping with confi dence; delineating seagrass habitats using Unoccupied Aerial Systems (UAS) ................................... 121 Natasha K. Nahirnick, Luba Reshitnyk, Marcus Campbell, Margot Hessing-Lewis, Maycira Costa, Jennifer Yakimishyn & Lynn Lee Improved assessment of mangrove forests in Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary using WorldView 2 and Tan DEM -X high resolution imagery ................................................................................................................................... 136 Md Mizanur Rahman, David Lagomasino, SeungKuk Lee, Temilola Fatoyinbo, Imran Ahmed & Mamoru Kanzaki Remote sensing of three-dimensional coral reef structure enhances predictive modeling of fi sh assemblages ................ 150 Lisa M. Wedding, Stacy Jorgensen, Christopher A. Lepczyk & Alan M. Friedlander Interdisciplinary Perspectives Camera trap theft and vandalism: occurrence, cost, prevention and implications for wildlife research and management .................................................................................................................................................................. 160 Paul D. Meek, Guy A. Ballard, Jess Sparkes, Mark Robinson, Brad Nesbitt & Peter J. S. Fleming Original Research Characterizing animal anatomy and internal composition for electromagnetic modelling in radar entomology ........... 169 Djordje Mirkovic, Phillip M. Stepanian, Charlotte E. Wainwright, Don R. Reynolds & Myles H. M. Menz Optimization of sensor deployment for acoustic detection and localization in terrestrial environments ........................ 180 Evelyn Piña-Covarrubias, Andrew P. Hill, Peter Prince, Jake L. Snaddon, Alex Rogers & C. Patrick Doncaster Radar quantifi cation, temporal analysis and infl uence of atmospheric conditions on a roost of American Robins ( Turdus migratorius ) in Oklahoma ...................................................................................................................................... 193 Matthew S. Van Den Broeke ISSN: 2056-3485 (Online) R RSE2_v5_i2_toc.indd 1 SE2_v5_i2_toc.indd 1 5 5/29/2019 10:35:03 AM /29/2019 10:35:03 AM http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation Wiley

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Abstract

Aims and Scope Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation provides a forum for rapid, peer-reviewed publication of novel, multidisciplinary research at the interface between remote sensing science and ecology and conservation. The journal prioritizes fi ndings that advance the scientifi c basis of ecology and conservation, promoting the development of remote-sensing based methods relevant to the management of land use and biological systems at all levels, from populations and species to ecosystems and biomes. The journal defi nes remote sensing in its broadest sense, including data acquisition by hand-held and fi xed ground-based sensors, such as camera traps and acoustic recorders, and sensors on airplanes and satellites. The intended journal’s audience includes ecologists, conservation scientists, policy makers, managers of terrestrial and aquatic systems, remote sensing scientists, and students. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation publishes original research articles, reviews, Editorial, Policy Forum, and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Original research papers must report well-conducted research with conclusions supported by the data presented in the paper. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation is a Wiley Open Access journal, one of a new series of peer-reviewed titles publishing quality research with speed and effi ciency. For further information visit the Wiley Open Access website at http://www.wileyopenaccess.com. Open Access and Copyright All articles published by Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation are fully open access: immediately freely available to read, download and share. All articles accepted from 2014 are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. All articles accepted before this date were published under a Creative Commons Attribution License. The Creative Commons Attribution License permits which allows users to copy, distribute and transmit an article, adapt the article and make commercial use of the article. The CC BY license permits commercial and non-commercial re-use of an open access article, as long as the author is properly attributed. Copyright on any research article in a journal published by Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation is retained by the author(s). Authors grant Wiley a license to publish the article and identify itself as the original publisher. Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation details and publisher are identifi ed. Further information about open access license and copyright can be found at http://www.wileyopenaccess.com/details/content/12f25db4c87/Copyright--License.html. Purchasing Print Reprints Print reprints of Wiley Open Access articles can be purchased from corporatesales@wiley.com. Disclaimer The Publisher and Editors cannot be held responsible for errors or any consequences arising from the use of information contained in this journal; the views and opinions expressed do not necessarily refl ect those of the Publisher and Editors, neither does the publication of advertisements constitute any endorsements by the Publisher and Editors of the products advertised. Wiley Open Access articles posted to repositories or websites are without warranty from Wiley of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fi tness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. To the fullest extent permitted by law Wiley disclaims all liability for any loss or damage arising out of, or in connection with, the use of or inability to use the content. R RSE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 1 SE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 1 5 5/29/2019 10:33:52 AM /29/2019 10:33:52 AM Editor-in-Chief Nathalie Pettorelli Zoological Society of London, UK Honorary Editors Gregory Asner Gregoire Dubois Tim O’Brien Stanford University, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Wildlife Conservation Society, USA Italy USA Zoe Davies Claudia Kuenzer Aurélie Shapiro University of Kent, UK German Aerospace Center, Germany WWF-Germany, Germany Senior Editors Ned Horning Marcus Rowcliffe Kate He American Museum of Natural History, USA Zoological Society of London, UK Murray State University, USA Associate Editors Abdulhakim Abdi Moses Cho Tommaso Jucker Nicola Quick Lund University, Sweden Council for Scientifi c and Indus- CSIRO, Australia Duke University, USA trial Research (CSIR), South Jorge Ahumada, Natalie Kelly Gwilym Rowlands Africa Conservation International, Australian Antarctic Division, University of Oxford, UK USA Australia Nicola Clerici Sadie Ryan Universidad del Rosario, Colombia Karen Anderson Helen de Klerk University of Florida Gainesville, University of Exeter, UK Stellenbosch University, South Africa USA Anna Cord Helmholtz Centre for Environmen- Carlos de Angelo Vincent Lecours Kylie Scales tal Research – UFZ, Germany National Scientifi c and Technical University of Florida, USA University of the Sunshine Coast, Research Council (CONICET), Australia Mathias Disney Shaun Levick Argentina University College London and CSIRO, Australia Rahel Sollmann NERC National Centre for Earth Dolors Armenteras University of California Davis, Xuehua Liu Observation (NCEO), UK Colombia National University, USA Tsinghua University, China Colombia Clare Duncan Jennifer Swenson Nathan Merchant Zoological Society of London, UK Stephanie Bohlman Duke University, USA Centre for Environment, Fisheries University of Florida, USA Dan Friess and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), UK Matthew Van Den Broeke National University of Singapore, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Phil Bouchet Justin Moat Singapore USA University of St Andrews, UK Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK Jean Guillard Oliver Wearn Doreen Boyd Margarita Mulero-Pázmány French National Institute for Zoological Society of London, UK University of Nottingham, UK Liverpool John Moores University, UK Agricultural Research (INRA), Graeme Buchanan Martin Wegmann France José Paruelo Royal Society for the Protection University of Würzburg, Germany José Luís Hernández Stefanoni National Scientifi c and Technical of Birds, UK Research Council (CONICET), Jian Zhang Centro de Investigación Científi ca East China Normal University, Anthony Caravaggi de Yucatán A.C., Mexico Argentina University College Cork, Ireland China Tim Hofmeester Dimitris Poursanidis Anna Carter Swedish University of Agricultural Foundation for Research and András Zlinszky Iowa State University, USA Sciences, Sweden Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece Aarhus University, Denmark R RSE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 2 SE2_v5_i2_issue_info.indd 2 5 5/29/2019 10:33:52 AM /29/2019 10:33:52 AM Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation Volume 5, Issue 2 June 2019 Contents Dedicated section: Remote sensing for coastal ecosystem monitoring and management Mapping with confi dence; delineating seagrass habitats using Unoccupied Aerial Systems (UAS) ................................... 121 Natasha K. Nahirnick, Luba Reshitnyk, Marcus Campbell, Margot Hessing-Lewis, Maycira Costa, Jennifer Yakimishyn & Lynn Lee Improved assessment of mangrove forests in Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary using WorldView 2 and Tan DEM -X high resolution imagery ................................................................................................................................... 136 Md Mizanur Rahman, David Lagomasino, SeungKuk Lee, Temilola Fatoyinbo, Imran Ahmed & Mamoru Kanzaki Remote sensing of three-dimensional coral reef structure enhances predictive modeling of fi sh assemblages ................ 150 Lisa M. Wedding, Stacy Jorgensen, Christopher A. Lepczyk & Alan M. Friedlander Interdisciplinary Perspectives Camera trap theft and vandalism: occurrence, cost, prevention and implications for wildlife research and management .................................................................................................................................................................. 160 Paul D. Meek, Guy A. Ballard, Jess Sparkes, Mark Robinson, Brad Nesbitt & Peter J. S. Fleming Original Research Characterizing animal anatomy and internal composition for electromagnetic modelling in radar entomology ........... 169 Djordje Mirkovic, Phillip M. Stepanian, Charlotte E. Wainwright, Don R. Reynolds & Myles H. M. Menz Optimization of sensor deployment for acoustic detection and localization in terrestrial environments ........................ 180 Evelyn Piña-Covarrubias, Andrew P. Hill, Peter Prince, Jake L. Snaddon, Alex Rogers & C. Patrick Doncaster Radar quantifi cation, temporal analysis and infl uence of atmospheric conditions on a roost of American Robins ( Turdus migratorius ) in Oklahoma ...................................................................................................................................... 193 Matthew S. Van Den Broeke ISSN: 2056-3485 (Online) R RSE2_v5_i2_toc.indd 1 SE2_v5_i2_toc.indd 1 5 5/29/2019 10:35:03 AM /29/2019 10:35:03 AM

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