Winner of the London Book Fair Innovation in Travel Publishing 2016.
From the bestselling authors of London: The Information Capital comes the first book to tell real stories of wildlife through data and infographics.
Until the twentieth century, the study of animals was limited to what a naturalist could observe with their eyes. 'Tracking animals' meant following their footprints and droppings. In 1900, scientists began the first bird-banding schemes and observation surveys.
By the new millennium, researchers were using radio transmitters, drones, bioacoustics, DNA analysis, cellular networks and GPS to track wildlife. The authors highlight nine data-collection methods and create fifty stories around these, illustrated by stunning maps and graphics.
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