Estimation of Demographic Parameters from Live-Encounter Data: a Summary Review

@inproceedings{Sandercock2006EstimationOD,
  title={Estimation of Demographic Parameters from Live-Encounter Data: a Summary Review},
  author={Brett K Sandercock},
  year={2006}
}
Estimation of demographic parameters is central to research questions in wildlife management, conservation, and evolutionary ecology. I review the 7 major classes of mark–recapture models that investigators can use to estimate apparent survival and other parameters from live-encounter data. Return rates are the product of 4 probabilities: true survival (S), site fidelity (F), site propensity (d), and true detection (p*). Cormack-Jolly-Seber (CJS) models improve upon return rates by separating… CONTINUE READING

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