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Title: Strip transect sampling and analysis for avian habitat studies

Author: Conner, Richard N.; Dickson, James G.;

Date: 1980

Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin. 8(1): 4-10

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: Censusing procedures that detect effects of habitat treatment on birds are outlined. We suggest that only relative values of bird species diversity, equitability, abundance, and species richness need be obtained. We also suggest that 4, 250-m strip transects per treatment and 8-10 trips over each transect are adequate. Aspects of sampling design that affect within-treatment and among-treatment variation are discussed

Keywords: Birds, census, strip transect, habitat, avian

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Conner, Richard N.; Dickson, James G. 1980. Strip transect sampling and analysis for avian habitat studies. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 8(1): 4-10.

 


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