Aeronautical Aspects Of Biological Aerial Surveys

Grigg, Gordon C. (1979). Aeronautical Aspects Of Biological Aerial Surveys. In Aerial Surveys Of Fauna Populations: Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service Special Publication No. 1 (pp. 63-74) : Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra..

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Author Grigg, Gordon C.
Title of chapter Aeronautical Aspects Of Biological Aerial Surveys
Title of book Aerial Surveys Of Fauna Populations: Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service Special Publication No. 1
Publisher Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
Publication Year 1979-01-01
Series Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service Special Publication
Start page 63
End page 74
Subjects 270706 Life Histories (incl. Population Ecology)
Abstract/Summary Aspects of aircraft operation relevant to planning and execution of aerial surveys are discussed. Regulations governing the operation of light aircraft in Australia and the aeronautical limitations of such aircraft operating at low attitude and low speed are discussed as constraints within which aerial surveys must be designed and carried out. For surveys to be effective it is essential that both pilot and biologist know a little of each other's profession.
Keyword aerial survey

Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: School of Biological Sciences Publications
 
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