Aerial Photography and Statistical Analysis for Studying Behaviour Patterns of Grazing Animals
New South Wales
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CitationDudzinski, M. L., & Arnold, G. W. (1967). Aerial photography and statistical analysis for studying behaviour patterns of grazing animals. Journal of Range Management, 20(2), 77-83.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractMeasurements and their statistical analysis are suggested and tested in the study of sheep distribution in an arid part of Australia. The use of aerial photography and an electronic computer make the job possible and relatively cheap. The possibility of predicting the condition of a range from patterns of grazing behaviour is suggested.