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High resolution satellite imagery and GPS collars can help assist in the assessment of patch selection by grazing cattle in semi-arid savannas.

Holloway, C. T., O'Reagain, P. J. and Tomkins, N. (2008) High resolution satellite imagery and GPS collars can help assist in the assessment of patch selection by grazing cattle in semi-arid savannas. In: Multifunctional grasslands in a changing world, Volume 1: XXI International Grassland Congress and VIII International Rangeland Congress., 29 June-5 July 2008, Hohhot, China.

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Abstract

The selection of different patch types for grazing by cattle in tropical savannas is well documented. Advances in high resolution satellite imagery and computing power now allow us to identify patch types over an entire paddock, combined with GPS collars as a non instrusive method of capturing positional data, an accurate and comprehensive picture of landscape use by cattle can be quantified.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Business groups:Animal Science
Keywords:Feeding behaviour; feeding preferences; grasslands; nutrient; requirements; rangelands; savannas; patch type; Wambiana grazing trial; bothriochloa.
Subjects:Technology > Technology (General)
Animal culture > Rangelands. Range management. Grazing
Animal culture > Cattle
Deposited On:07 Sep 2010 06:54
Last Modified:27 Sep 2021 03:34

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