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Methodology for Sampling Terrestrial Arthropods in British Columbia Winchester, N.N.
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Abstract: The estimated number of terrestrial arthropods in British Columbia ranges from 40,000 to 50,000 (Cannings 1992). There needs to be a concerted sampling effort to catalogue even this conservative estimate. An arthropod survey involves the recording and collecting of ecological groups, in a series of stations throughout a defined area. This inventory manual provides a standardized format for sampling terrestrial arthropods that was developed by the Element Specialty Sub-Group (Advisor's Group of the Terrestrial Ecosystem Taskforce of the Resource Inventory Committee on Terrestrial Arthropods). It includes a synopsis of appropriate inventory methodologies (from collections through identifications) and survey design.
 
Winchester, N.N., Scudder, G.G.E.. 1111. Methodology for Sampling Terrestrial Arthropods in British Columbia. Resources Inventory Committee. RN326
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: arthropods, terrestrial, sampling, surveys, collecting, specimen preparation, inventory
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Other Identifier: Resource Inventory Committee
 
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