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Harris, B.S., A.L. Whitten, B.J. Smith, and C. Hayer. 2023. Fixed site sampling versus modified fixed site sampling with a random sampling component for optimizing early detection monitoring of non-native fishes. Northeastern Naturalist 30(1):9-23. https://doi.org/10.1656/045.030.0102.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 41907
Type: Journal Article
Author: Harris, B.S., A.L. Whitten, B.J. Smith, and C. Hayer
Date (year): 2023
Article Title:Fixed site sampling versus modified fixed site sampling with a random sampling component for optimizing early detection monitoring of non-native fishes
Journal Name: Northeastern Naturalist
Volume: 30
Issue: 1
Pages: 9-23
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Keywords: fixed site sampling, modified fixed site sampling, random sampling, early detection, non-native fishes, probabilistic sampling, non-probabilistic sampling, early detection monitoring, broad-spectrum monitoring,
DOI: 10.1656/045.030.0102
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