Nicola Koper

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(2009) Selecting the correct variance–covariance structure for longitudinal data in ecology : a comparison of the Akaike, quasi-information and deviance information criteria. Abstract Ecological data sets often use clustered sampling, or use repeated sampling in a longitudinal design. Choosing the correct covariance structure is an important step in the(More)
Probability of detection and accuracy of distance estimates in aural avian surveys may be affected by the presence of anthropogenic noise, and this may lead to inaccurate evaluations of the effects of noisy infrastructure on wildlife. We used arrays of speakers broadcasting recordings of grassland bird songs and pure tones to assess the probability of(More)
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