A goodness‐of‐fit test for occupancy models with correlated within‐season revisits

  title={A goodness‐of‐fit test for occupancy models with correlated within‐season revisits},
  author={Wilson J Wright and Kathryn M Irvine and Thomas J Rodhouse},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
Occupancy modeling is important for exploring species distribution patterns and for conservation monitoring. Within this framework, explicit attention is given to species detection probabilities estimated from replicate surveys to sample units. A central assumption is that replicate surveys are independent Bernoulli trials, but this assumption becomes untenable when ecologists serially deploy remote cameras and acoustic recording devices over days and weeks to survey rare and elusive animals… CONTINUE READING
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