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Non-Native Rhizophora Mangle As Sinks For Coastal Contamination On Moloka’I, Hawai’I, Geoffrey Szafranski, Elise F. Granek, Michelle L. Hladik, Mia Hackett Apr 2024

Non-Native Rhizophora Mangle As Sinks For Coastal Contamination On Moloka’I, Hawai’I, Geoffrey Szafranski, Elise F. Granek, Michelle L. Hladik, Mia Hackett

Environmental Science and Management Faculty Publications and Presentations

Coastal mangrove forests provide a suite of environmental services, including sequestration of anthropogenic contamination. Yet, research lags on the environmental fate and potential human health risks of mangrove-sequestered contaminants in the context of mangrove removal for development and range shifts due to climate change. To address this, we conducted a study on Moloka'i, Hawai'i, comparing microplastic and pesticide contamination in coastal compartments both at areas modified by non-native red mangroves (Rhizophora mangle) and unmodified, open coastline. Sediment, porewater, and mangrove plant tissues were collected to quantify microplastic and pesticide concentrations across ecosystem type. Average microplastics were similar between …


Sense Of Place In Natural Resource Recreation And Tourism: An Evaluation And Assessment Of Research Findings. Feb 2024

Sense Of Place In Natural Resource Recreation And Tourism: An Evaluation And Assessment Of Research Findings.

The International Journal of Ecopsychology (IJE)

No abstract provided.


Different Irrigation Rates Effect On The Yield And Quality Of Greenhouse Cultivated Platycodon Grandiflorum Crops Considering Transpiration, Jia Liu, Xuecan Li, Yuanyuan Sui, Haiye Yu Feb 2024

Different Irrigation Rates Effect On The Yield And Quality Of Greenhouse Cultivated Platycodon Grandiflorum Crops Considering Transpiration, Jia Liu, Xuecan Li, Yuanyuan Sui, Haiye Yu

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Abstract: The consumption of agricultural water resources is enormous, and in the face of water scarcity, optimizing the utilization rate of water resources is urgent. As a common medicinal plant, the planting area of platycodon grandiflorus crops has increased. Therefore, in order to maximize the yield and quality of platycodon crops, different irrigation treatment methods are developed based on their evaporation capacity, and the impact of different irrigation amounts on platycodon crops is explored. Different irrigation amounts affect multiple indicators of the platycodon plant. The experimental results indicated that for the daily transpiration of the platycodon plant, 120% irrigation was …


Determination Of Heating Load Requirement Of Greenhouses In Türkiye By Dynamic Modeling Of Micro-Climate Conditions, Sinan Dölek, Gökhan Arslan Feb 2024

Determination Of Heating Load Requirement Of Greenhouses In Türkiye By Dynamic Modeling Of Micro-Climate Conditions, Sinan Dölek, Gökhan Arslan

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

A dynamic model is developed to compute the greenhouse’s heating load and microclimatic conditions (temperature, humidity). An analysis is carried out for the provinces of Türkiye (Adana, Mersin, Antalya, Muğla), where greenhouse cultivation is essential and widespread. The annual heating load of the greenhouse is determined as 95.52 kWh/m2, 92.58 kWh/m2, 74.79 kWh/m2, and 189.04 kWh/m2 for Adana, Mersin, Antalya, and Muğla, respectively. Maximum daily heating loads are computed as 1.87 kWh/m2, 2.06 kWh/m2, 1.4 kWh/m2, and 2.91 kWh/m2 for Adana, Mersin, Antalya, and Muğla. According to the results of the design day, condensation in the greenhouse is observed in …


Forecast Model Of Agricultural Circular Economy Development Trend Based On Gp Algorithm, Yue Yin, Weidong Ning Feb 2024

Forecast Model Of Agricultural Circular Economy Development Trend Based On Gp Algorithm, Yue Yin, Weidong Ning

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

In order to comprehensively and objectively analyze the development level of agricultural circular economy and accurately predict the development trend of agricultural circular economy, a prediction model for the growth trend of agricultural circular economy based on GP algorithm was studied. On this basis, an evaluation system for the development of agricultural circular economy has been established from the perspectives of economic and social development, resource reduction and investment, resource recycling, resource environment and security, and population system. The kernel principal component analysis method was used to reduce the dimensionality of the indicator system for the development of agricultural circular …


The Impact Of Adding Hops To Alfalfa At Different Rates On Silage Quality And Methane Emissions In Vitro, Erdem Gülümser, Hani̇fe Mut, Eki̇n Sucu, Uğur Başaran, Medi̇ne Çopur Doğrusöz Feb 2024

The Impact Of Adding Hops To Alfalfa At Different Rates On Silage Quality And Methane Emissions In Vitro, Erdem Gülümser, Hani̇fe Mut, Eki̇n Sucu, Uğur Başaran, Medi̇ne Çopur Doğrusöz

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Legumes are typically challenging to ensile due to their low concentration of water-soluble carbohydrates and high capacity for buffering. If legumes and medicinal plants are ensiled together, the silage quality increases, which benefits the digestive system of ruminates. The aim of this study was to research the effects of different alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) and hops (Humulus lupulus L.) ratios on silage quality and in vitro rumen fermentation traits. The plant materials were chopped to a particle size of <2 cm; then alfalfa (A) and hops (H) were ensiled in ratios of 100A + 0H, 75A + 25H, 50A + 50H, 25A + 75H and 0A + 100H by weight with 4 replicates. Fresh silage samples were left to ferment for 45 days at 25 ± 2 °C. Subsequently, it was observed that hops added to alfalfa improved the silage’s fermentation qualities. At a 75A + 25H ratio, the silage quality increased due to having a lower pH and dry matter ratio as well as increased values for Flieg score, crude protein, relative feed, and condensed tannin concentration. A higher proportion of alfalfa in the silage mixture increased methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and decreased lactic acid (LA). Comparing 50A + 50H and 25A + 75H silages to 100A + 0H, the CH4 production was 26.19% and 27.80% lower, respectively, and the CO2 production decreased by 25.61% and 28.15%, respectively. Consequently, the 50A + 50H and 25A + 75H silage ratios are advised for feeding ruminants. Furthermore, more research with different forage combinations is required to understand how hops influence rumen fermentation.


Classification Of Hybrid Chestnut Cultivars (Castanea Sativa) Registered In Türkiye With Artificial Neural Networks, Based On Some Physical Properties Of Their Nuts, Taner Yildiz Feb 2024

Classification Of Hybrid Chestnut Cultivars (Castanea Sativa) Registered In Türkiye With Artificial Neural Networks, Based On Some Physical Properties Of Their Nuts, Taner Yildiz

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Understanding how the classification and identification of biological species can evaluate improvements in newly developed cultivars, including chestnuts (Castanea sativa), is crucial for product processing and equipment design. To evaluate this, in the present study artificial neural networks (ANNs) were used to characterize four hybrid chestnut cultivars (Macit 55, Akyüz, and Ali Nihat registered in Türkiye and Bouche de Betizac registered in France). A backpropagation neural networks algorithm was used in the ANN approach based on nine physical properties. These properties included shelled nut weight and volume, sphericity, geometric mean diameter, bulk density, surface area, true density, porosity, and length, …


The Effect Of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi On The Growth Of Cyclocarya Paliurus Cutting Seedlings, Wanxia Yang, Jiaqi Zhuang, Yuan Tian, Shiying Wan, Siyu Ding, Mei Zhang Feb 2024

The Effect Of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi On The Growth Of Cyclocarya Paliurus Cutting Seedlings, Wanxia Yang, Jiaqi Zhuang, Yuan Tian, Shiying Wan, Siyu Ding, Mei Zhang

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

To increase the yield of secondary metabolites, Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi were used to improve cyclocarya paliurus. The experiment measured growth indicators, biomass, mineral nutrients, etc. The results showed that after inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi the nitrogen content in the leaves of the experimental group was 27.87 mg/g, K content was 7.48 mg/g, Ca content was 26.63 mg/g, and Mg content was 2.82 mg/g. Compared with the control group (Cg), mycorrhizal fungi can promote the absorption of mineral nutrients by C. paliurus seedlings. A. mycorrhizal fungi had a certain influence on the proportion of root, stem, leaf, and total biomass of …


Effect Of Nanoparticles On Sugar Beet Cultured In Vitro And Its Betalain And Betaine Production, Nour Alawad, Ömer Can Ünüvar, Songül Gürel, Meli̇h Okcu, Ekrem Gürel Feb 2024

Effect Of Nanoparticles On Sugar Beet Cultured In Vitro And Its Betalain And Betaine Production, Nour Alawad, Ömer Can Ünüvar, Songül Gürel, Meli̇h Okcu, Ekrem Gürel

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) is considered one of the most important crops in terms of economics and food. With the widespread applications of nanoparticles (NPs) in plant science that have received great interest due to their amazing results and promising capabilities, the aim of this research was to investigate the effect of TiO2 and ZnO NPs on sugar beet plants cultured in vitro in several respects: seed germination, morphology, chlorophyll a and b contents, carotenoids, and the most important sugar beet metabolites, betaine and betalains. To investigate the effects, four different concentrations of NPs (0, 5, 15, and 25 …


Bioassay-Guided Purification And Identification Of Antimicrobial Compound From Corn Silk Extract And Postharvest Application Against Fusarium Verticillioides On Cherry Tomato, Ummara Khan, Rita-Cindy Aye-Ayire Sedjoah, Yuting Shao, Dyaaaldin Abdalmegeed, Zichao Wu, Zhihong Xin Feb 2024

Bioassay-Guided Purification And Identification Of Antimicrobial Compound From Corn Silk Extract And Postharvest Application Against Fusarium Verticillioides On Cherry Tomato, Ummara Khan, Rita-Cindy Aye-Ayire Sedjoah, Yuting Shao, Dyaaaldin Abdalmegeed, Zichao Wu, Zhihong Xin

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Corn silk (Stigma maydis), the silky hairs on top of maize, is commonly discarded as waste. Despite its traditional medicinal use in countries like China, the United States, France, and Turkey, its phytochemical and pharmacological attributes have received limited study. In this study, the agar well diffusion method was used to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of free and bound crude extracts from cornsilk obtained using different solvents. Compared to the free crude extract, the bound crude extract exhibited greater efficacy against the tested microorganisms. Consequently, sequential fractionation was performed on the bound crude extract, and it was found that the …


Zinc And Manganese Effect Seed Quality And Germination In Common Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.), Mehrdad Yarnia, Masoud Soltani̇ Bouljak, Parisa Bolouri, İnci̇ Tolay Feb 2024

Zinc And Manganese Effect Seed Quality And Germination In Common Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.), Mehrdad Yarnia, Masoud Soltani̇ Bouljak, Parisa Bolouri, İnci̇ Tolay

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

Zinc (Zn) and manganese (Mn) are important micronutrients in plant growth and development. In this study, the effect of Zn and Mn sulfate treatments at different growth stages of mother plants in common bean on seed production and germination potential was carried out. Results showed that zinc sulfate (ZnSo4) treatments significantly affected yield and pod number per plant compared to manganese sulfate tetrahydrate (MnSO4) treatments. Treatment in any form or at any stage of growth increased yield and its components in common bean. The highest efficiency of ZnSO4 was obtained in the pod production stage; MnSO4 enjoyed greater efficiency in …


The Flow Field Simulation And Suction Structure Optimal Design Of The Dual-Airway Pneumatic Fallen Jujube Fruit Pickup Device​, Huizhe Ding, Jingbin Li, Huting Wang, Jing Nie, Longpeng Ding, Abdullah Kirmizibi̇ber Feb 2024

The Flow Field Simulation And Suction Structure Optimal Design Of The Dual-Airway Pneumatic Fallen Jujube Fruit Pickup Device​, Huizhe Ding, Jingbin Li, Huting Wang, Jing Nie, Longpeng Ding, Abdullah Kirmizibi̇ber

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

In order to explore the characteristics of the flow field in the cavity of the dual-airway pneumatic fallen jujube fruit pickup device key components under the action of negative pressure air flow and optimize the structural parameters of the device, a numerical simulation model of the flow field in the body of the dual-airway pickup mouth of the key components of the dual-airway pickup device was constructed based on computational fluid dynamics. First of all, the influence of the center partition on the flow field in the pickup suction mouth was analyzed. Secondly, taking the velocity unevenness coefficient as the …


The Effect Of Organic And Chemical Fertilizers On The Activity Of Soil Enzymes In Soils Of Different Compositions, Elif Yağanoğlu, Adi̇l Aydin Feb 2024

The Effect Of Organic And Chemical Fertilizers On The Activity Of Soil Enzymes In Soils Of Different Compositions, Elif Yağanoğlu, Adi̇l Aydin

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

In this study, the effects of chemical (20:20:0 compound) and organic (barnyard) fertilizers applied to different textured soils on several soil enzyme (urease, acid phosphatase, alkaline phosphatase, and dehydrogenase) activities were investigated. The research was conducted under greenhouse conditions with (beans and corn) and without crops. Considering the results of the preexperiment analysis of the soils, a 40-g pot–1 of farmyard manure was placed into the pots in which organic fertilizer would be applied in clay and silty loam soils, and a 50-g pot–1 of farmyard manure was added to sandy loam soil; in addition, a 0.25-g pot–1 of 20:20:0 …


Influence Of High Tunnel Conditions And Cultivars On The Growth, Yield, And Fruit Qualityof Strawberry In Northern Türkiye, Leyla Demi̇rsoy, Derya Misir, Ayşenur Bektaş, Di̇lek Soysal, Adi̇s Li̇zalo, Hüsnü Demi̇rsoy Feb 2024

Influence Of High Tunnel Conditions And Cultivars On The Growth, Yield, And Fruit Qualityof Strawberry In Northern Türkiye, Leyla Demi̇rsoy, Derya Misir, Ayşenur Bektaş, Di̇lek Soysal, Adi̇s Li̇zalo, Hüsnü Demi̇rsoy

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

This study was carried out in Samsun, in the northern part of Türkiye. Short-day cultivars Amiga, Fortuna, Rubygem, Festival, and Camarosa and day-neutral cultivars Albion, Monterey, Sweet Ann, and San Andreas were evaluated for harvest period, fruit yield and quality, and vegetative growth under open field and high tunnel conditions. Fortuna, Festival, and Rubygem were the earliest cultivars and Sweet Ann the latest cultivar under both conditions. Harvest started about 1 month earlier under high tunnel conditions due to the higher air and soil temperatures than the open field. The harvest period lasted 16 to 21 weeks in the open …


Influence Of Storage Technology And 1-Methylcyclopropene On Postharvest Behaviorof ‘Ankara’ Pear, Özge Horzum, Nurdan Tuna Güneş Feb 2024

Influence Of Storage Technology And 1-Methylcyclopropene On Postharvest Behaviorof ‘Ankara’ Pear, Özge Horzum, Nurdan Tuna Güneş

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry

This study was carried out in order to gain a better understanding of the effects of 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) and controlled atmosphere (CA) storage on the quality of ‘Ankara’ pears after 210 days of cold storage at 0 °C plus 14 days of shelf life at 20 °C. Fruits were harvested at commercial harvest time (flesh firmness of 75–80 N, soluble solids content of 14%–16%) and stored in regular air (RA) or CA storage (3% O2 + 1.5% CO2) after treatment with or without 1-MCP (300 nL L–1). Ripening was delayed by 1-MCP treatment and CA storage as evidenced by lower …


Greater Sage-Grouse Brood Locations On Parker Mountain Utah 1998-2009, David Dahlgren Feb 2024

Greater Sage-Grouse Brood Locations On Parker Mountain Utah 1998-2009, David Dahlgren

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Species of conservation concern are often habitat specialists, posing significant risk to those species when specific plant communities are threatened. Despite this, practitioners habitually focus conservation efforts on these singular communities, while ignoring ecological mechanisms that explain the wildlife-plant relationships. In doing so, practitioners may overlook alternative vegetation communities that could maintain wildlife populations under alternative conditions (e.g., climate change). Here, we term these areas surrogate habitat, defined as "vegetation communities or resource sites that provide similar critical resources to conventional sites," and assess their potential for conservation using a case-study of Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) on Parker Mountain, Utah …


Animal Conservation In St. Louis, Kate O'Sullivan Jan 2024

Animal Conservation In St. Louis, Kate O'Sullivan

Undergraduate Research Symposium

St. Louis has a multitude of organizations involved in the natural sciences. But how many of them actually contribute towards animal conservation? The St. Louis Zoo is an organization that focuses a lot of its effort on presentation, so how does that impact the funds that go towards actually saving the animals? I plan to dive into the different animal-based organizations in St. Louis and its surrounding areas, as well as discuss the positives and negatives of each organization. Furthermore, I will provide examples from several sources that I have been reviewing all year to support my claims. I plan …


Smokejumper Obituary: Kennedy, John Brent (Mccall 1987), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Kennedy, John Brent (Mccall 1987), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Tree Localization In A Plantation Using Ultra Wideband Signals, Akshat Verma Jan 2024

Tree Localization In A Plantation Using Ultra Wideband Signals, Akshat Verma

The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Smokejumper Obituary: Clements, Frank Robert (North Cascades 1988), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Clements, Frank Robert (North Cascades 1988), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Smokejumper Obituary: Hall, David E. (Mccall 1980), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Hall, David E. (Mccall 1980), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Perianth Evolution And Implications For Generic Delimitation In The Eucalypts (Myrtaceae), Including The Description Of The New Genus, Blakella, Michael D. Crisp, Bui Q. Minh, Bokyung Choi, Robert D. Edwards, James Hereward, Carsten Kulheim, Yen Po Lin, Karen Meusemann, Andrew H. Thornhill, Alicia Toon, Lyn G. Cook Jan 2024

Perianth Evolution And Implications For Generic Delimitation In The Eucalypts (Myrtaceae), Including The Description Of The New Genus, Blakella, Michael D. Crisp, Bui Q. Minh, Bokyung Choi, Robert D. Edwards, James Hereward, Carsten Kulheim, Yen Po Lin, Karen Meusemann, Andrew H. Thornhill, Alicia Toon, Lyn G. Cook

Michigan Tech Publications, Part 2

Eucalypts (Myrtaceae tribe Eucalypteae) are currently placed in seven genera. Traditionally, Eucalyptus was defined by its operculum, but when phylogenies placed Angophora, with free sepals and petals, as sister to the operculate bloodwood eucalypts, the latter were segregated into a new genus, Corymbia. Yet, generic delimitation in the tribe Eucalypteae remains uncertain. Here, we address these problems using phylogenetic analysis with the largest molecular data set to date. We captured 101 low-copy nuclear exons from 392 samples representing 266 species. Our phylogenetic analysis used maximum likelihood (IQtree) and multispecies coalescent (Astral). At two nodes critical to generic delimitation, we tested …


Non-Invasive Methods For Monitoring Weasels: Emerging Technologies And Priorities For Future Research, David S. Jachowski, Scott M. Bergeson, Stacy Cotey, Elizabeth Croose, Tim R. Hofmeester, Jenny Macpherson, Et Al. Jan 2024

Non-Invasive Methods For Monitoring Weasels: Emerging Technologies And Priorities For Future Research, David S. Jachowski, Scott M. Bergeson, Stacy Cotey, Elizabeth Croose, Tim R. Hofmeester, Jenny Macpherson, Et Al.

Michigan Tech Publications, Part 2

Weasels (genus Mustela and Neogale) are of management concern as declining native species in some regions and invasive species in others. Regardless of the need to conserve or remove weasels, there is increasingly a need to use non-invasive monitoring methods to assess population trends. We conducted a literature review and held the first ever International Weasel Monitoring Symposium to synthesise information on historical and current non-invasive monitoring techniques for weasels. We also explored current limitations, opportunities, and areas of development to guide future research and long-term monitoring. Our literature search revealed that in the past 20 years, camera traps were …


Smokejumper Obituary: Roos, Alford "Omar" (Redding 1983), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Roos, Alford "Omar" (Redding 1983), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Engagement For Life's Sake: Reflections On Partnering And Partnership With Rural Tribal Nations, Chelsea Schelly, Valoree Gagnon, Kathleen Brosemer, Kristin Arola Jan 2024

Engagement For Life's Sake: Reflections On Partnering And Partnership With Rural Tribal Nations☆, Chelsea Schelly, Valoree Gagnon, Kathleen Brosemer, Kristin Arola

Michigan Tech Publications, Part 2

In this paper, we reflect on our collective experiences engaging with Anishinaabe Tribal Nations in the Great Lakes region to support Tribal sovereignty in decision-making for food, energy, and water (FEW) systems. In these diverse experiences, we find common lessons. The first set of lessons contributes new empirical knowledge regarding the challenges and opportunities that rural Great Lakes Tribal Nations navigate for enacting sovereignty in decision-making. Our experiences illustrate that while Tribal Nations benefit from a broad and deep commitment to sovereignty and many cultural strengths, they are often challenged by shortages in administrative capacity; technical support; and embeddedness in …


Smokejumper Obituary: Jessup, Gerald M. (North Cascades 1959), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Jessup, Gerald M. (North Cascades 1959), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Smokejumper Obituary: Komberec, Charles Richard "Dick" (Pilot 0000), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: Komberec, Charles Richard "Dick" (Pilot 0000), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Smokejumper Obituary: May, Paul James (Missoula 1970), National Smokejumper Association Jan 2024

Smokejumper Obituary: May, Paul James (Missoula 1970), National Smokejumper Association

Smokejumper Obituaries

No abstract provided.


Persistent Net Release Of Carbon Dioxide And Methane From An Alaskan Lowland Boreal Peatland Complex, Eugénie S. Euskirchen, Colin W. Edgar, Evan Kane, Mark P. Waldrop, Rebecca B. Neumann, Kristen L. Manies, Thomas A. Douglas, Catherine Dieleman, Miriam C. Jones, Merritt R. Turetsky Jan 2024

Persistent Net Release Of Carbon Dioxide And Methane From An Alaskan Lowland Boreal Peatland Complex, Eugénie S. Euskirchen, Colin W. Edgar, Evan Kane, Mark P. Waldrop, Rebecca B. Neumann, Kristen L. Manies, Thomas A. Douglas, Catherine Dieleman, Miriam C. Jones, Merritt R. Turetsky

Michigan Tech Publications, Part 2

Permafrost degradation in peatlands is altering vegetation and soil properties and impacting net carbon storage. We studied four adjacent sites in Alaska with varied permafrost regimes, including a black spruce forest on a peat plateau with permafrost, two collapse scar bogs of different ages formed following thermokarst, and a rich fen without permafrost. Measurements included year-round eddy covariance estimates of net carbon dioxide (CO2), mid-April to October methane (CH4) emissions, and environmental variables. From 2011 to 2022, annual rainfall was above the historical average, snow water equivalent increased, and snow-season duration shortened due to later snow return. Seasonally thawed active …


Supporting Information For “Using Drones Equipped With Thermal Cameras To Locate And Count Quail Individuals And Coveys: A Case Study Using Northern Bobwhite Colinus Virginianus In Mississippi, Usa”, Jared A. Elmore Jan 2024

Supporting Information For “Using Drones Equipped With Thermal Cameras To Locate And Count Quail Individuals And Coveys: A Case Study Using Northern Bobwhite Colinus Virginianus In Mississippi, Usa”, Jared A. Elmore

Publications

Drone flights were conducted over bobwhite individuals and coveys and information was collected on the date, time of flight, number of individuals estimated in the covey, and number of individuals flushed from the covey (i.e., actual number of individuals). We also report season of flight and the thermal sensor used for each flight. NA denotes that flush or capture was not attempted.