Primer Webinar


USO DE TECNOLOGÍAS EN CONSERVACIÓN


"Drones y  Trampas cámaras: Como se usan y por qué?"

24/07/2020

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Recursos complementarios:

 

PARTE 1: DRONES - Dra. ANTONELLA PANEBIANCO

Presentación de Antonella Panebianco. “Drones: Desafíos y oportunidades (clic en el texto para abrir el pdf)

Referencias bibliográficas:

El impacto de los drones en la fauna silvestre

Schroeder, A. Panebianco, R. Gonzalez Musso and P. Carmanchahi (2020) “An experimental approach to evaluate the potential of drones in terrestrial mammal research: a gregarious ungulate as a study model”. Royal Society Open Science. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.191482
 

Impacto del uso no regulado de esta tecnología

Rebolo-Ifran N, Grilli MG, Lambertucci S. (2019). Drones as a threat to wildlife: YouTube complements science in providing evidence about their effect. Environ. Conserv. 46, 205–210.
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0376892919000080


Andrew F. Barnas, Dominque Chabot, Amanda J. Hodgson, David W. Johnston, David M. Bird, Susan N. Ellis-Felege. A standardized protocol for reporting methods when using drones for wildlife research. Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems, 2020, 8:89-98,
https://doi.org/10.1139/juvs-2019-0011

 

Barnas, A.F., Felege, C.J., Rockwell, R.F. et al. A pilot(less) study on the use of an unmanned aircraft system for studying polar bears (Ursus maritimus). Polar Biol 41, 1055–1062 (2018).
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00300-018-2270-0

 

Irigoin-Lovera C, Luna DM, Acosta DA, Zavalaga CB. 2019. Response of colonial Peruvian guano birds to flying UAVs: effects and feasibility for implementing new population monitoring methods. PeerJ 7:e8129
https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.8129

 

Mark A Ditmer, Leland K Werden, Jessie C Tanner, John B Vincent, Peggy Callahan, Paul A Iaizzo, Timothy G Laske, David L Garshelis, Bears habituate to the repeated exposure of a novel stimulus, unmanned aircraft systems. Conservation Physiology, Volume 7, Issue 1, 2020, coy067,
https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coy067

 

Roland Kays, James Sheppard, Kevin Mclean, Charlie Welch, Cris Paunescu, Victor Wang, Greg Kravit & Meg Crofoot (2019) Hot monkey, cold reality: surveying rainforest canopy mammals using drone-mounted thermal infrared sensors, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 40:2, 407-419.
https://doi.org/10.1080/01431161.2018.1523580

 

Rush, GP, Clarke, LE, Stone, M, Wood, MJ. Can drones count gulls? Minimal disturbance and semiautomated image processing with an unmanned aerial vehicle for colony‐nesting seabirds. Ecol Evol. 2018; 8: 12322– 12334. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4495
 

 

mail y medios de contacto por cualquier otra consulta:

apanebianco@comahue-conicet.gob.ar

Twitter: @anto_paneb / terra.incognita2019 (instagram)

 

 

PARTE 2: TRAMPAS CÁMARAS - Dr. NICOLAS GALVEZ

Presentación de Nicolás Gálvez sobre foto-trampeo
 

Guía docente
 

video monitoreo escolar de fauna silvestre
 

Referencias bibliográficas:

Wearn, O. R., & Glover-kapfer, P. (2017). Camera-trapping for conservation: a guide to best-practices. WWF Conservation Technology Series 1(1).WWF-UK, Woking, United Kingdom.

 

Contacto:

ngalvezr@uc.cl
Twitter: @NicolasGalvezR

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