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From the field: integrating GPS, GIS, and avian call-response surveys using Pocket PCsAuthor(s): Scott H. Stoleson; Kari Jensen Kirschbaum; Jack Fran; Chad J. Atwood
Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin 2004. 32(4): 1309-1312.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationStoleson, Scott H.; Kirschbaum, Kari Jensen; Fran, Jack; Atwood, Chad J. 2004. From the field: integrating GPS, GIS, and avian call-response surveys using Pocket PCs. Wildlife Society Bulletin 2004. 32(4): 1309-1312.
Keywordsavian survey, call-response, cerulean warbler, Dendroica cerulea, GIS, GPS, Pocket PC
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