Accuracy of Aerial Telemetry Locations in Mountainous Terrain
Journal of Wildlife Management
Aerial telemetry is commonly used to locate wildlife in remote areas (Gilmer et al. 1981, White and Garrott 1990, Samuel and Fuller 1996). If locations are used to determine home range, habitat use, or similar parameteres, error associated with locations must be estimated (Cederlund et al. 1979, Laundre et al. 1987, White and Garrott 1990, Carrel et al. 1997).
Knowlton, Frederick F., "Accuracy of Aerial Telemetry Locations in Mountainous Terrain" (2006). Wildland Resources Faculty Publications. Paper 1594.