DatasetFirst ecological study of the Bawean warty pig (Sus blouchi), Indonesia; options for wildlife conservation and community education

?titleFirst ecological study of the Bawean warty pig (Sus blouchi), Indonesia; options for wildlife conservation and community education
?creatororcidMark Rademaker
?contributorJohanna Rode-Margono
?contributorVan Hall Larenstein University of applied science
?date accepted2015-06-08
?date created2014 through 2015
?date published2015
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The research involves exploring the unknown population numbers, behaviour and ecology of Bawean warty pigs by using camera trapping and line transects. The data here available are from the camera traps in protected areas, pig population numbers and habitat preferences (incl. standard descriptors, habitat assessment and Random Encounter Model (REM) analysis). Detailed information about the dataset can be found in the file 'Habitat assessment digital datasheet.xlsx' .
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?publisherVan Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences
?subjectBawean warty pig ● crop protection ● endemic species ● extinction ● wildlife conservation
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?related publicationnew windowBawean warty pig conservation (website)
?related publicationnew windowDensity estimates and habitat preferences derived from camera trap rate provide the first empirically based population assessment for the Bawean warty pig (Sus blouchi) on Bawean island, Indonesia. (bachelor thesis, 2015)
DATA
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DOI_public_dataset.7z (application/octet-stream)
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