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REFERENCES [1] Berking B., Pfeiffer J., Stabilizing the Radar Picture and ARPA Data, ‘Journal of Navigation’, 1995, Vol. 48. [2] Bole A. G., Radar and ARPA Manual, Butterworth-Heinmann Elsevier, Great Britain 2007. [3] Chrzanowski J., Gucma M., Jankowski S., Juszkiewicz W., Montewka J., Przywarty M., Radar devices in practice [in Polish], AM, Szczecin 2010. [4] Furuno Operator's Manual, Marine Radar Model FAR/FR-2815 Series, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., Nishinomiya, Japan. [5] International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 2009. [6] Resolution MSC

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References Abshaev M., Burtsev I., Vaksenburg S., Shevela G. 1980. [ Guide for use of the MRL-4, MRL5 and MRL-6 radars in urban protection systems. ] Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad. (In Russian). Abshaev M., Kaplan L., Kapitannikov A. 1984. [ Form reflection of meteorologic targets at the primary processing of the meteorologic radar signal. ] Transactions of VGI 55. (In Russian). Alpert P., Tannhauser D. S. 2000. Migrating soaring birds align along sea-breeze fronts; First evidence from Israel. Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 81, 7: 1599-1601. Atlas D. 1964. Advances in

References Bebbington, D, Rae, S, Bech, J, Codina, B & Picanyol, M 2007,‘Modelling of weather radar echoes from anomalous propagation using a hybrid parabolic equation method and NWP model data’, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences , vol. 7, pp. 391–398. Bech, J, Gjertsen, U & Haase, G 2007,‘Modelling weather radar beam propagation and topographical blockage at northern high latitudes’, Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc ., vol. 133, pp. 1191– 1204. Chen, S, Cummings, J, Doyle, J, Hodur, RH, Holt, T, Liou, C, Liu, M, Mirin, A, Ridout, J, Schmidt, JM, Sugiyama, G

References Abshayev M., Burtsev I., Vaksenburg S., Shevela G. 1980. [ Guide for use of the MRL-4, MRL-5 and MRL-6 radars in urban protection systems.] Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad. (In Russian). Alfia H. 1995. Surveillance radar data on nocturnal bird migration over Israel, 1989-1993. Isr. J. Zool. 41, 3: 517-522. Bruderer B. 1994. Radar studies on nocturnal bird migration in the Negev. Ostrich 65: 204-212. Bruderer B., Liechti F. 1995. Variation in density and height distribution of nocturnal migration in the south of Israel. Isr. J. Zool. 41, 3: 477

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References 1. Butnor, J.R., Doolittle, J.A., Kress, L., Cohen, S., Johnsen, K.H. (2001) Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar to Study Tree Roots in the Southeastern United States. Tree Physiol 21, pp. 1269–1278. 2. Butnor, J.R., Doolittle, J.A., Johnsen, K.H., Samuelson, L., Stokes, T., Kress, L. (2003) Utility of Ground-Penetrating Radar as a Root Biomass Survey Tool in Forest Systems. Soil Sci Soc Am J 67, pp. 1607–1615. 3. Čermák, J., Hruška, J., Martinková, M., Prax, A. (2000) Urban Tree Root Systems and their Survival Near Houses Analyzed Using Ground

Welfare, 22, 49–55. doi: 10.7120/09627286.22.1.049. Fackelmeier A, Biebl EM (2009): A multistatic radar array for detecting wild animals during pasture mowing. In: Proc. 6 th European Radar Conference EURAD 2009, Rome, Italy, 477–480. Gaillard JM, Andersen R, Delorme D, Linnell JDC (1998): Family effects on growth and survival of juvenile roe deer. Ecology, 79, 2878–2889. do i : 10.1890/0012-9658(1998)079[2878:FEOGAS]2.0.CO;2. Israel M, Schlagenhauf G, Fackelmeier A, Haschberger P (2011): Study on wildlife detection during pasture mowing. http://elib.dlr.de/65977

References Abshaev M., Burtsev I., Vaksenburg S., Shevela G. 1980. [ Guide for use of the MRL-4, MRL-5 and MRL-6 radars in urban protection systems. ] Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad. (In Russian). Abshaev M., Kaplan L., Kapitannikov A. 1984. [ Form reflection of meteorological targets at the primary processing of the meteorological radar signal. ] Trans. VGI 55. (In Russian). Battan L. 1959. Radar meteorology. Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago: 161 pp. Chernikov A. 1979. [ Radar clear sky echoes. ] Hydrometeoizdat, Leningrad: 3-40. (In Russian). Chernikov A