The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 2013 Supplement No. 28

METHODS FOR DETECTING AND SURVEYING TROPICAL CARNIVORES
Editors: Jerrold L. Belant & Andreas Wilting

 

J. L. Belant and A. Wilting
FOREWORD: Methods for detecting and surveying tropical carnivores
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J. Mohd-Azlan, J. L. Belant and E. Meijaard.
Can secondary information inform about population trends of carnivores in Borneo?
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J. Mathai, D. Jathanna and J. W. Duckworth
How useful are transect surveys for studying carnivores in the tropical rainforests of Borneo?
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Sunarto, R. Sollmann, A. Mohamed and M. J. Kelly
Camera trapping for the study and conservation of tropical carnivores.
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B. Goossens and M. Salgado-Lynn
Advances and difficulties of molecular tools for carnivore conservation in the tropics.
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J. L. McCarthy, J. L. Belant, C. Breitenmoser-Würsten, A. J. Hearn and J. Ross
Live trapping carnivores in tropical forests: Tools and techniques to maximise efficacy.
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R. A. Gitzen, J. L. Belant, J. J. Millspaugh, S. T. Wong, A. J. Hearn and J. Ross
Effective use of radiotelemetry for studying tropical carnivores.
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R. Kanagaraj, T. Wiegand, A. Mohamed and S. Kramer-Schadt
Modelling species distributions to map the road towards carnivore conservation in the tropics.
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J. L. Belant, H. Hofer and A. Wilting
Comparison of methods for detecting and surveying tropical carnivores.
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