Analysis of techniques for mapping environments for fauna survey
A discussion of environmental land classification is presented for the purpose of surveying avifaunal communities. Surveying and mapping land uses the term environment in a special sense. Environment can be mapped into regions whose components are interacting climate terrain, geology, soils and biota. The problem of how to describe the environment for sampling fauna requires an approach which samples the inherent and known variability of all environmental regions present. Discovery of...[Show more]
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