Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture-recapture framework.

@article{Carroll2013AccountingFF,
  title={Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture-recapture framework.},
  author={Emma L Carroll and Simon J. Childerhouse and Rachel M Fewster and Nathalie J. Patenaude and David Steel and Glenn Dunshea and Laura J. Boren and C. Scott Baker},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 7},
  pages={1677-90}
}
Superpopulation capture-recapture models are useful for estimating the abundance of long-lived, migratory species because they are able to account for the fluid nature of annual residency at migratory destinations. Here we extend the superpopulation POPAN model to explicitly account for heterogeneity in capture probability linked to reproductive cycles (POPAN-tau). This extension has potential application to a range of species that have temporally variable life stages (e.g., non-annual breeders… CONTINUE READING
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