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Greater emphasis on the equipment involved - how to make it, where to buy it. Good references to further reading and advanced techniques.
Chapter Two Estimating the reliability of estimates and testing for significance. Chapter Three Sampling a unit of habitat estimating absolute population number.
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Chapter Four Markrecapture methods for population size estimation. Chapter Five 60 Distance sampling methods for population estimation. Chapter Six Comparing the magnitude of populations trapping and other relative abundance methods. Chapter Seven Using signs and products as population indices. Chapter Eight Estimating age and growth.
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Chapter Nine Lifetables and population budgets. Chapter Ten Alpha diversityspecies richnessand quality scores.
Chapter Eleven Species along environmental gradients beta diversity. Chapter Twelve Comparing and classifying communities.
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