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The investigation of species abundance in rivers involves data which are inherently sequential and unlikely to be fully independent. To take these characteristics into account, a Bayesian hierarchical model within the class of hidden Markov models is proposed to map the distribution of freshwater pearl mussels in the River Dee (Scotland). In order to model(More)
The investigation of species distributions in rivers involves data which are inherently sequential and unlikely to be fully independent. To take these characteristics into account, we develop a Bayesian hierarchical model for mapping the distribution of freshwater pearl mussels in the River Dee (Scotland). At the top of the hierarchy the likelihood is used(More)
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