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Conservation Development -S2n-18-12-1

Conservation Development S2n18-12-1

Conservation Development Essay on Ontological Reasoning for Conservation between Nature and Culture S2n-18-12-1 by CDeuker Cite as: Deuker, C.; 2018; “Conservation Development. Essay on Ontological Reasoning for Conservation between Nature and Culture”; ScienceSocial.net; ISSN 2366-0104; S2n18-12-01; https://sciencesocial.net/   Funding Information This work was not funded by any grants, fellowships or donations   Copyright Copyright and all rights are maintained by the author(s). It is understood that all persons copying this information will adhere to the terms and constraints invoked by each author’s copyright. These works may be reposted only with the explicit permission of the copyright holder. Permission is given…

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Its the economy…-S2n-18-03-01

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It’s the economy … Essay on Identity, Democracy and Economy. A reply to Fukuyama’s notion Democracy doesn’t found Identity by CDeuker cite as: Deuker, C.; 2018; “It’s the economy … Essay on Identity, Democracy and Economy. A reply to Fukuyama’s notion Democracy doesn’t found Identity”; ScienceSocial.net; ISSN 2366-0104; S2n18-03-01; https://sciencesocial.net/ Funding Information: This work was not funded by any grants, fellowships or donations Copyright Copyright and all rights are maintained by the author(s). It is understood that all persons copying this information will adhere to the terms and constraints invoked by each author’s copyright. These works may be reposted only…

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Taming Savage Design – S2n-16-04-01

Taming Savage Design. Methodological Implications on Wildlife-Biological Design Planning by CDeuker, Dialectical UNiversal ConsultANcy, www.dundotcan.de Abstract Design Planning is a crucial objective in every science. In this paper fundamental methodological implications to design planning in wildlife monitoring are discussed. Starting with reflections about the ambition of wildlife monitoring, the semantical interconnectivity of ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ gives the first hint to multidimensionality and ambiguity in the focused area. Beyond this vagueness there is another problematic issue for methodical aspects in wildlife-biological design planning, that is non linearity of systems, stating the question of ‘why measuring?’ In addition to academic knowledge, decision…

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ESAI Estimator for Aerial Imagery – S2n-15-05-01

Density estimation for Wildlife Monitoring using vertical imagery in aerial field research. by Christoph Deuker; Dialectical UNiversal ConsultANcy www.dundotcan.de; mailto:dun.can@dundotcan.de Ulrich Franke; aerosense – remote sensing www.aerosense.de; mailto:u.franke@aerosense.de Abstract A frequently used design for aerial wildlife monitoring is strip sampling. Distance sampling methods are a powerful tool for estimating abundance of biological populations in line transects design. In this paper we want to find a way to use this tool for vertical aerial imagery subject to spatial camera observation contrary to a centerline monitoring. Introduction For a lot of terrestrial monitoring research it is straight forward to accept a centerline…

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