Eric J. Kalendra

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Many butterfly populations are monitored by counting the number of butterflies observed while walking transects during the butterfly’s flight season. Methods for estimating population abundance from these transect counts are appealing because they allow rare populations to be monitored without capture–recapture studies that could harm fragile individuals.(More)
Numerous studies have linked ambient air pollution and adverse health outcomes. Most studies of this nature relate outdoor pollution levels measured at a few monitoring stations with counts of health outcomes. Recently, computational methods have been developed to model the distribution of personal exposures, rather than ambient concentration, and then(More)
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