Search

Search
Search Only:
Total: 22 results found.
Page 1 of 2

Born to Run

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Born to Run

... blood pressure causes new capillaries to emerge. The mitochondrial engines of the cells ramp up to consume energy more efficiently, helped along by an increase in the production of various antioxidants. ...

Tracking Science

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Science

... explanation of observations in terms of hypothetical causes. The hypotheses may be used as premises in conjunction with initial conditions from which certain implications may be deduced. Some of the implications ...

Uses Blank 5

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Uses Blank

example

Uses Blank 4

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Uses Blank

example

Uses Blank 3

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Uses Blank

example

Uses Blank 2

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Uses Blank

example

Uses Blank 1

Created on 27 May 2014. Posted in Uses Blank

example text

Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network, Canada

Created on 11 October 2012. Posted in Indigenous

... have a strong desire to monitor and understand the health and status of cultural and natural resources in the region and address common concerns. The CoastTracker uses CyberTracker software to improve ...

Step-by-Step Tutorial

Created on 16 April 2012. Posted in Software

... Filter (CTX) Community Applications Our CyberTracker Community Applications demonstrate the flexibility of CyberTracker for a variety of different uses. We welcome Applications from the CyberTracker ...

Video: The Science of Animal Tracking

Created on 03 February 2012. Posted in Video

Video: The Science of Animal Tracking Modern technology helps keep an ancient skill alive. The deductive reasoning that a seasoned tracker uses to follow the path of a wild animal might be the foundations ...

Tracking Knowledge: Science, Tracking and Technology

Created on 01 July 2011. Posted in Reports

... local trackers, involved in the Western Kgalagadi Conservation Corridor Project (WKCC) in an attempt to resolve some of these dualisms. It focuses on the dimensions of tracking animals and data collection ...

Cascade Citizens Wildlife Monitoring Project

Created on 24 June 2011. Posted in Citizen Science

The winter program of the Cascade Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project uses trained volunteers to record the presence and movement of wildlife, through snow tracking surveys and remote camera instillations, ...

CyberTracker on Arctic Expedition

Created on 24 June 2011. Posted in Protected Areas

... and meteorological research and houses nine research laboratories. It spends almost 320 days a year at sea and has completed more than 25 expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic since it was first commissioned ...

Demo Applications

Created on 20 July 2010. Posted in Software

...  Our CyberTracker Community Applications demonstrate the flexibility of CyberTracker for a variety of different uses. We welcome Applications from the CyberTracker community which can be shared with others. ...

Dangerous Animals

Created on 19 July 2010. Posted in Tracking

... the cytotoxic venom causes tissue destruction. Simply treat the victim for shock and get him or her to a hospital as soon as possible. In the case of a Puff Adder bite it may take up to 48 hours for the ...

Kruger National Park

Created on 06 July 2010. Posted in Protected Areas

... mega herbivores, ungulates, carnivores, small mammals, birds and reptiles; location of spoor of rare species; availability of surface water; location of diseased or injured animals and associated causes; ...

Tracking: Combining an ancient art with modern policing

Created on 01 September 2005. Posted in Discussion Papers

... the team uses to get back on it. These techniques are very effective. What is a “spoor”? According to Louis Liebenberg, the term “spoor” is generally associated with footprints left by humans or animals, ...