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Kyle G. Horton, W. Gregory Shriver, and Jeffrey J. Buler. 2015. A comparison of traffic estimates of nocturnal flying animals using radar, thermal imaging, and acoustic recording. Ecological Applications 25:390401. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0279.1

Appendix B.Animal flight traffic rate estimates, by decile periods of the night, derived from observations by weather surveillance radar (mean linear reflectivity (Z) by height above ground in 100-m intervals), thermal infrared camera (detections per hour), and acoustic recorder (calls per hour) during the fall of 2012. Only complete nights are presented. Note that scales vary among nights..

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Fig. B1.Animal flight traffic rate estimates, by decile periods of the night, derived from observations by weather surveillance radar (mean linear reflectivity (Z) by height above ground in 100-m intervals), thermal infrared camera (detections per hour), and acoustic recorder (calls per hour) during the fall of 2012. Only complete nights are presented. Note that scales vary among nights..


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