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Quantifying landscape-level land-use intensity patterns through radar-based remote sensing.

Published online: 21 Nov 2018

Authors: Howison, R. A. & Piersma, T. & Kentie, R. & Hooijmeijer, J. C. E. W. & Olff, H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The increasing availability of high resolution and high frequency, radar-based remote sensing data (i.e. observations on land surface characteristics,...

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Repurposing open-source data from weather radars to reduce the costs of aerial waterbird surveys.

Published online: 28 Aug 2022

Authors: Rogers, R. M. & Buler, J. & Clancy, T. & Campbell, H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Aerial counts are the primary means of monitoring waterbird populations. A valid population assessment requires a significant proportion of the popula...

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Predicting bird-window collisions with weather radar.

Published online: 05 Oct 2021

Authors: Elmore, J. A. & Riding, C. S. & Horton, K. G. & O'Connell, T. J. & Farnsworth, A. & Loss, S. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Up to 1 billion birds die annually in the U.S. from window collisions; most of these casualties represent migratory native species. Because this major...

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Bird strikes at commercial airports explained by citizen science and weather radar data.

Published online: 15 Nov 2021

Authors: Nilsson, C. & Sorte, F. A. la & Dokter, A. & Horton, K. & Doren, B. M. van & Kolodzinski, J. J. & Shamoun-Baranes, J. & Farnsworth, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Aircraft collisions with birds span the entire history of human aviation, including fatal collisions during some of the first powered human flights. M...

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A landscape-scale study of bumble bee foraging range and constancy, using harmonic radar.

Published online: 18 Nov 1999

Authors: Osborne, J. L. & Clark, S. J. & Morris, R. J. & Williams, I. H. & Riley, J. R. & Smith, A. D. & Reynolds, D. R. & Edwards, A. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The foraging range and constancy of two colonies of Bombus terrestris were investigated on a mixed arable farm in the UK using harmonic radar, which h...

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Naturescot Research Report 1269 - Using peatland surface motion (bog breathing) to monitor Peatland Action sites.

Published online: 09 Sep 2022

Published by: NatureScot

Authors: Marshall, C. & Bradley, A. V. & Andersen, R. & Large, D. J.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This project seeks to evaluate the applications of Interferometric satellite radar (InSAR) in measuring peat condition over selected peatland sites in...

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Working together: how science partnerships can help prioritize rare species for conservation.

Published online: 06 Jun 2020

Authors: Kantor, S. & Olson, D.

Content type: Bulletin

Resource managers are under increasing pressure to prioritize conservation efforts by assessing climate risk for numerous species. Amphibians, fish, a...

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Mass-migrating bumblebees: an overlooked phenomenon with potential far-reaching implications for bumblebee conservation.

Published online: 19 Apr 2022

Authors: Fijen, T. P. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Bumblebees are one of the most commonly studied pollinators, but they are declining in large parts of their distribution. Whether bumblebees can cope ...

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