To date, organizations like OSLI have used cameras, scat detection dogs, visual aerial surveys and collaring with GPS/telemetry units to count large mammals.
To find better solutions, OSLI engaged with NineSigma to put out a Request for Proposal (RFP) entitled Accurate Wildlife Detection to Determine Absolute Abundance.
We are making great progress in our goals to improve accuracy, timeliness and economic factors in mammal tracking by seeing these top technologies in action," says Will Hughesman, Nexen, Land Stewardship Working Group Chair for OSLI.
Librarians from across Oregon created OSLIS, they designed the tutorials that help users learn how to search, and they provided EBSCO, a database brimming with full-text newspaper, journal, magazine and original source materials.
A good choice for homework and learning, designed by the state's librarians, is: oslis.