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From here and now to there and then : practical recommendations for extrapolating cetacean density surface models to novel conditions (University of St Andrews, 2019-09-04) - ReportDensity surface models (DSMs) are clearly established as a method of choice for the analysis of cetacean line transect survey data, and are increasingly used to inform risk assessments in remote marine areas subject to ...
(University of St Andrews, 2016-03-01) - ReportSAMBAH (Static Acoustic Monitoring of the Baltic Sea Harbour Porpoise) was an international project involving all EU countries around the Baltic Sea, funded by those countries and by the EU Life program (Project Number ...
Evaluating the effect of measurement error in pairs of 3D bearings in point transect sampling estimates of density (University of St Andrews, 2018-03-27) - Report
(University of St Andrews, 2015) - ReportA review of the status and future of research into behavioral responses of marine mammals to naval sonar exposure was undertaken to evaluate the return on investment of current US Navy funded programs, identify the data ...
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