A likelihood-based approach to capture-recapture estimation of demographic parameters under the robust design.

@article{Kendall1995ALA,
  title={A likelihood-based approach to capture-recapture estimation of demographic parameters under the robust design.},
  author={William L. Kendall and Kenneth H. Pollock and Cavell Brownie},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={1995},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={293-308}
}
The Jolly-Seber method has been the traditional approach to the estimation of demographic parameters in long-term capture-recapture studies of wildlife and fish species. This method involves restrictive assumptions about capture probabilities that can lead to biased estimates, especially of population size and recruitment. Pollock (1982, Journal of Wildlife Management 46, 752-757) proposed a sampling scheme in which a series of closely spaced samples were separated by longer intervals such as a… CONTINUE READING
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