Tracking estuarine crocodiles on Cape York Peninsula using GPS-based telemetry
14 adult estuarine crocodiles were captured in the Wenlock River, Cape York, Queensland and were fitted with GPS based telemetric devices. The location of individuals was fixed twice daily over 6 to 8 months.
- ZoaTrack Dataset
- Dwyer, R, Franklin, C (2016) Data from: 'Tracking estuarine crocodiles on Cape York Peninsula using GPS-based telemetry '. ZoaTrack.org. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4226/68/5701F95C664E1
- Related Publications
- Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Irwin, T., Franklin, C.E. (2013) Home Range Utilisation and Long-Range Movement of Estuarine Crocodiles during the Breeding and Nesting Season. PloS ONE.8(5) e62127 [Link]
- Ross Dwyer, The University of Queensland
- Craig Franklin
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- Hamish Campbell
- Charles Darwin University
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