A newAutomated Behavioural Response systemto integrate playback experiments into camera trap studies

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How animals respond to anthropogenic disturbances is a core component of conservation biology and how they respond to predators and competitors is equally of central importance to wildlife ecology. Camera traps have rapidly become a critical tool in wildlife research by providing a fully automated means of observing animals without needing an observer present, permitting data to be collected
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Camera traps technicque for assessing animal distribution

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