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A new Magneto−Inductive tracking technique to uncover subterranean activity: What do animals do underground?

Abstract:

1.Despite the importance of the subterranean ecotope, knowledge of underground movement and behaviour has been extremely limited. Previous technologies have relied upon techniques with very low spatial or temporal resolution, such as VHF telemetry. Rather incongruously therefore, relatively simple underground activity regimes have often been assumed, with insufficient attention to the ecological importance of burrow use. 2.We test the capability of Magneto-Inductive (MI) tracking, recording u...

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10.1111/2041-210X.12348

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Michael J. Noonan More by this author
Andrew Markham More by this author
Chris Newman More by this author
Niki Trigoni More by this author
Christina D. Buesching More by this author
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Journal:
Methods in Ecology and Evolution
Publication date:
2015
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ISSN:
2041-210X
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uuid:9dc96ba9-e804-4b87-8f0f-c75ff1cd35a8
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cs:9332

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