Efficacy of remote telemetry data loggers for landscape-scale monitoring: A case study of American martens

Authors: 

Sirén, A.P.K., Maynard, D.S., Kilborn, J.R., & Pekins, P.J.

Publication source: 
Wildlife Society Bulletin
Year: 
2016
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Remote telemetry data loggers are commonly used for monitoring wildlife species. Although remote telemetry data loggers provide reliable microhabitat use data, few studies have used them to evaluate landscape-scale, temporal, and spatial habitat use. We installed 3 data loggers along a mountain ridgeline that was being developed for a commercial wind farm in northern New Hampshire, USA, to monitor use of a high-elevation forest by American martens (Martes americana).

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