Description - Noninvasive Survey Methods for Carnivores by Robert A. Long
The status of many carnivore populations is of growing concern to scientists and conservationists, making the need for data pertaining to carnivore distribution, abundance, and habitat use ever more pressing. But the elusive and wide-ranging nature of many carnivore species makes them inherently challenging to study. Recent developments in "noninvasive" research techniques have resulted in a greatly expanded toolbox for the wildlife practitioner and are presented here in a straightforward and readable style.
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Author Biography - Robert A. Long
Robert A. Long is a research ecologist with the Road Ecology Program of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University. Paula MacKay is a conservationist, author, and wildlife researcher. William J. Zielinski is a research ecologist with the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station. Justina C. Ray is director of Wildlife Conservation Society Canada.