The BirdMAP protocol: bird atlasing in Africa in regions where the observer network is thin
Les G Underhill
This paper recommends strategies for undertaking bird atlasing in Africa, making use of aspects of the SABAP2 protocol, in such a way that it is compatible with it. We call this protocol the BirdMAP protocol. The key element of compatibility is the five-minute grid system which generates cells known as pentads.
UNDERHILL, Les G; BROOKS, Michael.
The BirdMAP protocol: bird atlasing in Africa in regions where the observer network is thin.
Biodiversity Observations, [S.l.], p. 1 - 5, sep. 2016.
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