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Citation. Gilmer, D. S.; Kuechle, V. B.; Ball, I. J. 1971. A device for monitoring radio-marked animals. Journal of Wildlife Management 35(4):829-832.   [1302  CC]

Abstract. A simple, portable, and economical recording system consisting of a receiver, signal conditioner, recorder, and power source is described. The system was designed to monitor the signal strenght from a radio-marked animal at a particular location. Information is stored on recorder chart paper. Radio-marked ducks have been successfully monitored at nest sites, potholes, and other locations.

Keywords. radiotelemetry, monitoring techniques

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