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Estimating experimenter induced bias in field studies: A cautionary tale.
Date: 05/24/1974Resource Category: Peer-reviewed articleBiological sampling procedures that remove organisms or litter from the system being studied potentially bias the results. Bias can be estimated by considering the experimenter as a consumer in the system, and comparing experimenter consumption to other organisms feeding at the same trophic level. H. T. Odum's classic work is examined in light of ... »