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Title: The use of correction factors in estimating rhino populations (abstract)
Author(s): Borner, M.; Mbano, B.
Year published: 1984
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Volume: -
Pages: p. 184
Reference From:Cumming, D.H.M. et al. 1984 The status and conservation of Africa's elephants and rhinos. Proceedings of the joint meeting of IUCN/SSC African Elephant and African Rhino Specialist Groups at Hwamge Safari Lodge, Zimbabwe, 30 July to 7 August 1981. Nairobi, AESG, pp. i-vi, 1-195
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
Ecology - Census Methods
Black Rhino
Commonly used methods to estimate rhino populations are 1. Direct Methods (a) aerial - total count - block count - Standard Recce Flight (b)ground - transect counts - road counts - drive counts - total counts - indivi...

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