Adam Dillon


Adam Dillon uses remotely triggered cameras to "capture" ocelots on film in Belize, Central America.
Individual ocelots have distinct coat pattern and hence a capture history can be compiled for each animal. Employing mark-recapture statistics will allow estimation of ocelot density in the tropical rainforest without necessarily seeing an animal.
Adam also uses radio telemetry to determine ocelot movement patterns and to compare densities derived from telemetry and camera trapping.

Adam currently has no interest whatsoever in developing a website. He insists the "internet" is just a fad, one which will eventually fade into obscurity.

Meanwhile, he enjoys casual walks in the out-of-doors, eating pre-packaged foods, and sniffing ladies' gloves.

© tboy 2002