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Survey stations were spaced [greater than or equal to] 250 m and spot mapping was used to avoid double counting of the same individual from adjacent stations or within stations.
To predict the values at each bottom trawl survey station, the trend surface value at each station was added back to the model prediction (Hengl et al.
Number offish captured per 1000 ft survey station by species and sampling period in the Pigeon River, Ottawa County, Michigan-Sampling periods included June 20 to June 27, 2006; July 31 to August 7, 2006; October 14 to November 9, 2006; and July 16 to July 19, 2007.
These survey stations may or may not be at the corners of the property.
Everest's new elevation is remarkably close to the previous official height of 29,028 feet (8848 meters) set in 1954 by the Survey of India after picking the unweighted mean of altitudes determined from 12 different survey stations around the mountain.
Tenders are invited for Preparation of survey station for carrying out base line and bm from pouni ocm to pouni ii under gsa
Net points are usually set-out of the survey station with the polar method.
Capturing the images was a second bite at the cherry for Doug, who studied marine biology at Stirling University and worked as research diver on the British Antarctic Survey station at Signy Island before moving into film-making.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: annual survey station installation thermal utilization in the department of sewage sludge "chaika".
We standardized data across stands with differing numbers of sampling stations by using the average number of Golden-winged Warbler males per survey station across years as our response variable.