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More on iButton backpacks

More on iButton backpacks

Since my last post about technology in lizard backpacks I came across this really interesting case study by Harden and Dorcas in Urban Herpetology (2008): Using thermal biology to investigate habitat use and activity of mud turtles (Kinosternon subrubrum) on a golf course. It turns out that herpetologists have been using iButtons to track turtle … Continue reading

Electronics in Lizard Backpacks

Electronics in Lizard Backpacks

One area of my research that I’m trying to develop is utilizing technology for field biology.  In some cases this means adopting the latest and greatest thing (e.g. our awesome digital xray machine). Other technology adoptions may require some tinkering.  I’ve got one exciting project underway making GPS trackers for anoles and I just came … Continue reading