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Techniques for the Study of Primate Population Ecology (1981)

Chapter: APPENDIX C: Sample Data Sheets

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APPENDIX Sample Data Sheets This appendix contains examples of data sheets that have been found useful in conducting field surveys of nonhuman primates. Investigators may want to use these as the basis for designing and preparing their own data sheets. 226

Appendix C 227 Ground Truth Data Sheet for LANDSAT Coverage LANDSAT nformation 1 ANPSAT-3 Photo No nato nf Phnm Map lnformation <^>alf» Cheat Nn 1 atituHp 1 nngit. HP Field Photography and Data Spot-Che Location rk Mn Attach Photograph Here Elevation Spot-Check Descriptions Location Diagram N A Forest Nonforest Type of forest [l]2|3456789 Surrounding forest 1 | 2 | 3 4] 5| 6 7 8 9 Forest disturbances 1 23456 Land use category Ownership Cover plant \J_ 2 3 4 1 2 3 Crown density 1 2 3 Leaf condition 1 2 3 1 2 3 Aspect I 1 | 2 | 3 l 4 5 6 7 8 Dnmmant trPP Slope 1234 Hpirjht (m) fiirth (ml | 1 | 2| 3 |4 Macrorelief class 1234 Ground moisture condition No. of Ave. No. Prominent species Trees Hi M No. Cultivated crop 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Signature Date

228 Appendix C Codes Tvpe of Forest and Land Use Category Code Surrounding Forest Code Cultivated 1 Evergreen forest 1 Urban 2 Mixed deciduous forest 2 Water 3 Dry dipterocarps forest 3 Others 4 Pine forest 4 Mangrove forest 5 Ownership Code Bamboo forest 6 Hilltribes 1 Scrub forest 7 Natives 2 Savanna 8 Migrants 3 Forest plantation 9 Cover Plant Code Forest Disturbances Code Weed \ Nondisturbance 1 Shrub 2 Cutting-light 1 Tree 3 Cutting— heavy 3 Aspect Code Fire damage 4 North 1 Old clearing and Northeast 2 shifting cultivation 5 East 3 lnfestation 6 Southeast 4 Crown density Code South 5 0-25% 1 Southwest 6 25-75% 2 West ^ 75-100% 3 Northwest 8 Leaf Condition Code Slope Code Shedding 1 Very steep (>60° ) 1 Spring 2 Steep 146° -60°) 2 Flowering 3 Moderately steep (25°-45°) 3 Undulating 4 Ground Moisture Condition Code Macrorelief Class Code Wet 1 Mountainous land 1 Medium 2 Hilly land 2 Dry 3 Undulating and rolling land 3 Very Dry 4 Flat land 4

Appendix C 229 i i o 1 II 11 1 °1 ii . I 1 32s ! K ft ^ || I V = rf & $ | IS C £ c ^ • jj • O<Q Is .g *s IS H W : ! i H J I S J | = - c ill !i i- u. c 3 .O T3 3 < < tfl Ills

230 Appendix C Monkey Identification Card Front of card used for written descriptions of key traits. Troop: Age and Sex: Pelage: Head hair: Face color: - Ears: Dermal skin: Other: Name: Date: (Date of birth and mother's name) Name: Back of card has printed monkey faces used for drawing in the location, size, and configuration of pigment spots, scars, and similar blemishes.

Appendix C 231 Sample Data Sheet for Collected Animals Species Tattoo no. . Ear tag no. Freeze brand Ear notch position Color code on collar Tooth caste no. . Fingerprints no. Sex _ Date Troop no. Locality where captured Time Scars, injuries, malformations, etc. Anesthetic Head and body length . Tail length Head length Shoulder-elbow length . Weight Measurements Elbow-digit length Hand length Femur length Tibia length Amount

232 Preparation W Trap ; Weight (gm) 9 Hind Foo, (mm S Ear (mm) S .»1 0 5 £ 1 I 31 n ll 8 to Ectopar s Animal Condition S Age R Sexual Condit on S Sex r* No. Confused s lI i 'c 3 <z New 00 Species c i^ if 1 <o 33 Observer * 1 M CV > s I .E 5 Q Ol CO

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