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  • v. Present participle of census.


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  • Tent-making behavior is investigated by capturing and censusing roosting groups, direct observation, radiotelemetry, infrared video recording, and DNA analysis.

    Contributor: Thomas Kunz

  • McCabe, Catenhusen and I joined in, along with a local farmer, Albert Gastrow, who had been censusing the quail there for The Professor for some years.

    Tributes to Aldo Leopold

  • In this downtime, I brought up the possibility of measuring elephant footfalls as well as those of other large mammals in order to develop a seismic censusing technique.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • Over the course of the month, we were also able to collect great data for our seismic censusing technique.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • This new censusing technique could be placed at remote waterholes, and data on the numbers and timing of visits could be gathered.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • One last goal for the field season was to perfect our censusing technique measuring footfalls.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • When the initial censusing was finished, they wrapped each island in a huge tent of plasticized nylon.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Censusing dead chuckwallas turns out to be much easier than censusing live ones, Case comments.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Usually they spend their summers censusing rivers and creeks -- generally using the same primitive gathering technique as here on the Kishwaukee, but leaving the mussels where they are.

    Zach Klein Universal Feed

  • "It is a great confirmation of what new molecular techniques can do for wildlife censusing," says Marcus Rowcliffe of the Institute of Zoology in London.

    Signs of the Times


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