The Treatment of Errors in Aerial Counts of Wildlife Populations

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1969
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Jolly G. M.
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While efforts will always be made to eliminate far as possible major sources of in accuracy in counts of animals taken from the air, errors of one kind or another are inevitable. Nor can the magnitude and effect of such errors be assessed without obtaining correct, or nearly correct, Counts for comparison.To.state that there is likely to be one elephant completely hidden in cover for every two' seen may be entirely justified, but only if supported by some reliable evidence.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXXIV (SPECIAL), p. 50-55
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