[Tweeters] how to protect expensive scientific equipment from damage or theft?

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Thu Nov 28 03:50:23 PST 2013

hello everyone,

even though we are (mostly) birders, i think we can appreciate this
dilemma: how to protect expensive, state-of-the-art scientific equipment
from loss or theft? especially when these devices are left unattended in
remote locations to monitor or record data on wild or free-roaming animals
over long periods of time?

i just published an article about a hot-off-the-presses paper in Methods in
Ecology and Evolution that describes a study that examines this very


the article also links to the original paper which is open access (YAY!)


Devorah Bennu, PhD
birdologist at gmail.com
The most valuable service you can perform is to think independently
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