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Step by step: reconstruction of terrestrial animal movement paths by dead-reckoning / O. R. Bidder; J. S. Walker; M. W. Jones; M. D. Holton; P. Urge; D. M. Scantlebury; N. J. Marks; E. A. Magowan; I. E. Maguire; R. P. Wilson

Movement Ecology, Volume: 3, Issue: 1

Swansea University Author: Holton, Mark

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A descriptive paper on the mechanics of dead-reckoning a terrestrial path from both tri-axial accelerometry, and tr-axial magnetometry data, using a novel method of intermittent ground-truthed positions to reduce the estimated path error.

Published in: Movement Ecology
ISSN: 2051-3933
Published: 2015
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