A Manual for Wildlife Radio TaggingBy
- Robert Kenward
Advanced students and researchers in ecology/behavior working on birds, mammals, fish and reptiles.
Paperback, 311 Pages
Published: October 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
"...this book is of definite value to any and all researchers that are considering or applying telemetry to their research. It is highly recommendable for its thoroughness, timeliness, and user friendly organization. Those already owning the earlier volume should still consider purchasing this new version." âRoger D. Applegate for THE CANADIAN FIELD NATURALIST (2002) "This book is undoubtedly the most comprehensive and up-to-date work available on wildlife radiotagging, and would be essential reading for anyone considering undertaking a radiotagging project." âIBIS (2001) "Kenward has reached a nice middle ground - unlike most âmanualsâ we encounter in daily life - by writing in plain language yet still including the abundant technical details needed to understand the field. These details are aimed at addressing the litany of questions expected from first time trackers, as well as those experienced field workers branching out to new techniques. " -Roland Kays for the NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM (2002)