USE OF AERIAL SURVEYS FOR ESTIMATING AND MONITORING MOOSE POPULATIONS - A REVIEW
The use of aerial surveys for estimating and monitoring North American moose populations is briefly reviewed. These include the use of transects, selected plots or quadrats, aircraft type, survey periodicity, accuracy and precision, use of a sightability correction factor, optimum survey criteria, current survey standards, and the role of sex-age composition surveys, including sex and age identification criteria.
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