A review of the sampling methods used in aerial survey
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Reviews procedures for obtaining reliable information on animal populations, other ecological features and land use generally from low-flying aircraft by direct observation or conventional photography, with reference to types of sampling unit, and the relative merits of unstratified systematic and stratified random sampling.
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