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Monitoring Bird Populations by Point Counts
C. John Ralph, John R. Sauer, & Sam Droege. Point counts of birds are the most widely used quantitative method & involve an observer recording birds from a single point for a standardized time period. In response to the need for standardization of methods to monitor bird populations by census, researchers met to present data from various investigations working under a wide variety of conditions, & to examine various aspects of point count methodology. Statistical aspects of sampling & analysis were discussed & applied to the objectives of point counts. The final chapter presents these standards & their applications to point count methodology.
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