I'm not aware of any guidelines published, but we've got the smooth coated otter in our camera traps before, and I suggest you follow a stratified sampling approach. You can stratify habitats along streams and flowing water bodies and place camera traps along stream banks... (read more)
The original R&D for this project was actually a project using moss. An FM radio was powered using a small pot, with the project dubbed "Moss FM" and it's what originally attracted me to this form of energy generation and where I first got in touch with Paolo Bombelli... (read more)
Hi all, I'm looking for a bit of advice on GIS, QGIS and Mapbox and thought it time to make use of the WildLabs community's well of knowledge.
I'm trying to make a bathymetric contour map for a large section of the waters around Europe to help divers report sightings of particular... (read more)
Here is another TEG that looks promising.
Texas Instruments bq25570 Ultra Low Power
Harvester Power Management IC
I think that tracking would be an interesting way to go, but the issue is that if you do discover who takes it and the person is dangerous, how can it be handled. I guess it's more of a game of deterrents and understanding why people take the cameras. If they just think they are security cameras... (read more)
Thanks for the reply. It'd mainly be for data acquisition, ie: weather as well as possible hydrophone and other sensors to measure parameters in the ocean. There's no fixed project for it yet, but wanted to know how difficult to build one. This type of thing keeps resurfacing... (read more)