LOCAL SURVIVAL OF ADULT AND JUVENILE MARBLED MURRELETS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE FOR ESTIMATING REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS

@inproceedings{Lougheed2002LOCALSO,
  title={LOCAL SURVIVAL OF ADULT AND JUVENILE MARBLED MURRELETS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE FOR ESTIMATING REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS},
  author={Cecilia Lougheed and Lynn W. Lougheed and Fred Cooke and Sean G. Boyd},
  year={2002}
}
Juvenile ratios estimated using numbers of hatch year (HY) and after-hatchyear (AHY) Marbled Murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus) counted concurrently during at-sea surveys have been used to estimate fecundity in this species. These ‘‘concurrent’’ juvenile ratios assume that HY birds remain in an area, and are likely biased because they do not account for potential differences in emigration rate of HY and AHY birds. We studied the emigration rates of adult and juvenile Marbled Murrelets marked… CONTINUE READING

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