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17 July 2014

Three new SNAMP publications accepted

Three new scientific publications from the SNAMP project have been accepted in the last week. One each from the Water ...

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17 July 2014

Three new SNAMP publications accepted

Three new scientific publications from the SNAMP project have been accepted in the last week. One each from the Water, Spatial and Owl teams.

The Water team has published on seasonal accumulation and depletion of local sediment stores of four headwater catchments (SNAMP PUB #28); the Spatial team has written about the use of airborne Lidar-derived volume metrics for aboveground biomass estimation (SNAMP PUB #29); and the Owl team writes about the use of integrated population models to improve conservation monitoring of California spotted owls (SNAMP PUB #30). The papers are not out yet, but they are accepted, and we will let you know when they are published.

Full references can be found here, and stay tuned for Science Briefs.

16 July 2014

A New Science Brief from Fisher Team Posted

We've posted a new Science Brief from our new Fisher Team publication. You can see it here.

Science Briefs | 16 July 2014

SNAMP Pub #25: Testing the consistency of wildlife data types before combining them: the case of camera traps and telemetry