Estimating animal resource selection from telemetry data using point process models.

@article{Johnson2013EstimatingAR,
  title={Estimating animal resource selection from telemetry data using point process models.},
  author={Devin S. Johnson and Mevin B. Hooten and Carey E Kuhn},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={82 6},
  pages={1155-64}
}
1. Analyses of animal resource selection functions (RSF) using data collected from relocations of individuals via remote telemetry devices have become commonplace. Increasing technological advances, however, have produced statistical challenges in analysing such highly autocorrelated data. Weighted distribution methods have been proposed for analysing RSFs with telemetry data. However, they can be computationally challenging due to an intractable normalizing constant and cannot be aggregated (i… CONTINUE READING
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