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Inventory Methods for Marten and Weasels|
Standards for Componenets of B.C.'s Biodiversity No.24
November 2, 1998
November 2, 1998
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Table of Contents
2. INVENTORY GROUP
List of Figures
Figure 1. RIC species inventory survey design hierarchy with examples.
Figure 2. Schematic drawing of track-plate cubby, track-plate, and field set-up.
Figure 3a. Schematic diagrams os 110 and 35-mm remotely triggered cameral systems.
Figure 3b. Schematic diagrams os 110 and 35-mm remotely triggered cameral systems.
Figure 4. Details of trap and plywood refuge and shelter box. (From Fowler and Golightly 1994)
Figure 5. A schematic diagram of right marten or fisher forefoot track collected from sooted track impressions, as a guide to discriminating between Marten and Fisher track images (From Zielinski and Kucera 1995).
List of Tables
Table 1. Species of interest, including Latin names and their codes.
Table 2. Estimates of marten home range sizes (After Powell 1994, Phillips et al. 1998).
Table 3. Estimates of weasel home range sizes (After King 1990).
Table 4. Densities of weasel populations (After King 1990).
Table 5. Types of inventory surveys, the data forms needed, and the level of intensity of the survey.
Table 6. Summary of remotely triggered camera system attributes (Data from Kucera et al. 1995.)
Table 7. Some species that can be expected to be detected during surveys using track-plates and remotely triggered cameras in British Columbia.
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