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Table 5. Survey Methods and an Evaluation of Spatial and Temporal Coverage, Observer Bias, and Acquisition Type Note: Each method's capacity to detect animals on a temporal scale represents a single point in time or continuous coverage. Spatial coverage differs by the size of survey area. Observers may introduce bias by affecting animal behavior during surveys, which should be considered when interpreting data.
Table 5.

Survey Methods and an Evaluation of Spatial and Temporal Coverage, Observer Bias, and Acquisition Type

Note: Each method's capacity to detect animals on a temporal scale represents a single point in time or continuous coverage. Spatial coverage differs by the size of survey area. Observers may introduce bias by affecting animal behavior during surveys, which should be considered when interpreting data.

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ISSN
1534-6188
Print ISSN
0030-8870
Pages
425-436
Launched on MUSE
2017-10-04
Open Access
Yes
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