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Scientific Publications

Comparing An Automated High-definition Oblique Camera System To Rear-seat-observers In A Wildlife Survey In Tsavo, Kenya: Taking Multi-species Aerial Counts To The Next Level (2019)

Lamprey, R., Pope F., Ngene, S.M.,, Norton-Griffith, M., Frederick, H., Okita-Ouma, B., Douglas-Hamilton I.

Biological Conservation

In aerial wildlife counts, human observers often fail to detect animals. We conducted a multi-species sample-count in Tsavo National Park, Kenya, with traditional rear-seat-observers (RSOs) and an automated ‘oblique-camera-count’ (OCC) imaging system to c