radiotelemetry


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radiotelemetry

(ˌreɪdɪəʊtɪˈlɛmɪtrɪ)
n
(Telecommunications) the use of radio waves for transmitting information from a distant instrument to a device that indicates or records the measurements. Sometimes shortened to: telemetry
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At the Institute for White-tailed Deer Management & Research, our early radiotelemetry studies proved even unhunted bucks become almost fully nocturnal by 4 1/2 years of age.
Overcoming radiotelemetry bias in habitat-selection studies.
Effects of radiotelemetry error on sample size and bias when testing for habitat selection.
The subjects also wore a heart rate monitor to record heart rate data during the gardening tasks and resting periods via radiotelemetry.
HR and the Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) were recorded during the last thirty seconds of each stage using radiotelemetry and RPE was measured using the Category Ratio scale.
Radiotelemetry locations, home ranges, and aerial surveys in Minnesota.
I followed that buck with near radiotelemetry accuracy by glassing the neighborhood, monitoring his movements with trail cameras, finding his sheds, observing him from the stand and talking to neighbors and farmers about his movements.
Estrus detection using radiotelemetry or visual observation and tail painting for dairy cows on pasture.
Likewise, a California-based radiotelemetry study of pintails and white-fronted geese found positive relationships between bird movements and large-scale patterns of rice production.
Each animal was implanted with a radiotelemetry transmitter (TA1 1CTA-F40; Data Sciences International, St.
In addition to profiles, distribution maps, and color photographs of the 47 native bat species, chapters consider such topics as echolocation, benefits of insectivorous bats, guano, summer-autumn swarming, winter habitats and hibernation, bats as food, controlling nuisance bats, attracting bats, wind power, conservation, thermal imaging, radiotelemetry, and acoustic identification.