Field Work Techniques

  • Created by: M. Hughes
  • Created on: 10-05-15 14:53
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Clues

  • A quadrat can be randomly dropped and sampled. The % cover of plant and animal species is counted (6, 8)
  • For trapping land animals (7, 4)
  • Hitting insects off soft foliage or branches (7, 4)
  • Used by marking a line and using quadrat to measure % cover (4, 8)
  • Used to pull through soft vegetation to collect animals (5, 3)
  • Used to sample a uniform area or an area which you suspect a transition of habitats (4, 8)

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