|Subject:||GPS survey 05 - follow up|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Nov 2005 08:37:12 +1100|
Just a short snippet that I failed to mention in my summary of birdos use of GPS which I posted to the list last week.
The current issue of Wild magazine has an article on (some) GPS units available in Australia. The units surveyed were all $300- and above (up to $1 480-)
Poppin, J. (2005) GPS Receivers: John Poppin tests ten models. Wild, Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine, Spring (Oct-Dec) 2005, no. 98. pp: 65-69.
I hope people found the information in the summary of interest.
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