AffiliationSensory Systems Laboratory
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AbstractTelemetry from animals in their natural environment requires simple but efficient data coding methods. The problems common to behavioral or physiological studies with wild animals include immobilization techniques, harness design and ruggedized instrumentation development. Radio tracking experiences with the lion, elephant and buffalo and other game animals are summarized and an outline of instrumentation requirements for a study of long range goal finding ability in the green sea turtle is presented.
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