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CAMS California:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2010: 2,588
End of 2011: 47,839
End of 2012: 101,240
End of 2013: 175,400
End of 2014: 232,000
End of 2015: 291,110
End of 2016: -.-


CAMS Florida:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2014: 1,515
End of 2015: 3,502
End of 2016: 6,639


CAMS Mid Atlantic:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2014: 658
End of 2015: 1,581
End of 2016: 2,523


Lowel Observatory CAMS:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2016: 12,267


CAMS BeNeLux:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2012: 1,061
End of 2013: 6,745
End of 2014: 18,032
End of 2015: 35,291
End of 2016: 60,423


CAMS New Zealand:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2014: 2,109
End of 2015: 9,701
End of 2016: 25,819


UAE Astronomical Camera Network:

Reduced orbits:
End of 2016: 10,118


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[3] P. Jenniskens, Q. Nenon, J. Albers, P. S. Gural, B. Haberman, D. Holman, R. Morales, B. J. Grigsby, D. Samuels, C. Johannink, 2016. CAMS newly detected meteor showers and the sporadic background. Icarus 266, 384-409.

[2] P. Jenniskens, Q. Nenon, 2016. CAMS verification of single-linked high-threshold D-criterion detected meteor showers. Icarus 266, 371-383.

[2] P. Jenniskens, Q. Nenon, Q., P. S. Gural, J. Albers, B. Haberman, B. Johnson, D. Holman, R. Morales, B. J. Grigsby, D. Samuels, C. Johannink, 2016. CAMS confirmation of previously reported meteor showers. Icarus 266, 355-370.

[2] P. Jenniskens, Q. Nenon, J. Albers, P. S. Gural, B. Haberman, D. Holman, B. J. Grigsby, D. Samuels, C. Johannink, 2016. The established meteor showers as observed by CAMS. Icarus 266, 331-354.

[1] P. Jenniskens, P. S. Gural, B. Grigsby, L. Dynneson, M. Koop, and D. Holman, 2011. CAMS: Cameras for Allsky Meteor Surveillance to validate minor meteor showers. Icarus 216, 40-61.

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