Our tapir study reported by Duke University

Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment reports on our paper in Peer J demonstrating that FIT can be used to monitor tapir populations in the Atlantic forest of Brazil, with co-authors Drs Danielle Moreira, Cristina da Cunha, Jardel Seibert and Andressa Gatti.    

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ConservationFIT: update for ex-situ partners

From Karin Schwartz, PhD, Scientific Coordinator for Ex-Situ Partners, ConservationFIT ConservationFIT Ex-Situ Update The ConservationFIT project was initiated in the summer of 2016 by WildTrack. FIT is a footprint identification technique that uses morphometrics from footprint images to provide identification of species, individual, sex and age-class from footprints alone. Each…

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