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Radio tracking manatees to assess the impact of hydrologic changes in southwest Florida

Report on the Sirenia Project use of a radio tracking study to determine manatee movement patterns and habitat to develop ecological models to understand and predict the effects of hydrologic restoration on manatees in Southwest Florida.

by Reid, James P.; Easton, Dean E.; Lefebvre, Lynn W.; Butler, Susan M.; Southeast Ecological Science Center (Sponsor); and Sirenia Project (Sponsor)
Related topics:
GPS measurement, Animal tracking, Ecosystem monitoring, Habitat alteration, Mammals, Mathematical modeling, Population dynamics, Telemetry
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