Geographer measures deer population on Martha's Vineyard

02/6/2013 | Vineyard Gazette (Edgartown, Mass.)

Mount Holyoke College geography professor Thomas Millette recently flew around the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts to take pictures with a thermal imaging camera. He plans to use those images, in combination with instruments that tracked the location of the airplane, to estimate how many deer live on the island and identify densely populated areas. The effort is part of a health initiative focused on tick-borne diseases.

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