Camera trapping in wildlife management and research is a growing global phenomenon. The technology is advancing very quickly, providing unique opportunities for collecting new biological knowledge.Camera Trapping provides a benchmark of the international developments and uses of camera traps for monitoring wildlife for research and management. Four major themes are presented: case studies demonstrating camera trapping for monitoring; the constraints and pitfalls of camera technologies; design standards and protocols for camera trapping surveys; and the identification, management and analyses of the myriad images that derive from camera trapping studies. The final chapter provides future directions for research using camera traps.In addition, remarkable photographs are included, showing interesting, enlightening and entertaining images of animals "doing their thing".
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About the Author
Paul Meek is an invasive species officer with the New South Wales Department of Primary Industry and an affiliate of the Invasive Animals CRC and the University of New England. Paul has worked as an ecologist throughout Australia including working on islands such as Christmas, Bowen and Mutton Bird, and has also spent time working overseas.
Peter Fleming is an invasive species specialist with 28 years’ experience in research at the Vertebrate Pest Research Unit of the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (NSWDPI).