Application of Radio Telemetry to Studies of the Physiological Ecology of Vertebrates

Grigg, G. C. and Beard, L. A. (2001). Application of Radio Telemetry to Studies of the Physiological Ecology of Vertebrates. In: J. H. Eiler, D.J. Alcorn and M. R. Neuman, Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Biotelemetry. 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, Alaska, USA, (535-551). 9th - 14th May, 1999.

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Author Grigg, G. C.
Beard, L. A.
Title of paper Application of Radio Telemetry to Studies of the Physiological Ecology of Vertebrates
Conference name 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry
Conference location Juneau, Alaska, USA
Conference dates 9th - 14th May, 1999
Proceedings title Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Biotelemetry
Publication Year 2001
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0970753306
Editor J. H. Eiler
D.J. Alcorn
M. R. Neuman
Issue 15
Start page 535
End page 551
Total pages 17
Language eng
Abstract/Summary We present some generalizations about the use of radio telemetry in physiological ecology, particularly to monitor body temperature and heart rate, drawn from work on free-ranging camels, echidnas, platypus, Tasmanian devils, quolls, crocodiles, bearded dragon lizards, goannas, freshwater turtles, and Queensland lungfish. We identify some potential pitfalls and describe some case studies, including the questions that drove the research and a brief review of some of the results.
Subjects 270899 Biotechnology not elsewhere classified
270703 Terrestrial Ecology
E1
780105 Biological sciences
Keyword radiotelemetry
wildlife
physiological ecology
Q-Index Code E1

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