Method- and species-specific detection probabilities of fish occupancy in Arctic lakes: Implications for design and management

@article{Haynes2013MethodAS,
  title={Method- and species-specific detection probabilities of fish occupancy in Arctic lakes: Implications for design and management},
  author={Trevor B. Haynes and A. Rosenberger and M. Lindberg and M. Whitman and J. Schmutz},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={70},
  pages={1055-1062}
}
Studies examining species occurrence often fail to account for false absences in field sampling. We investigate detection probabilities of five gear types for six fish species in a sample of lakes on the North Slope, Alaska. We used an occupancy modeling approach to provide estimates of detection probabilities for each method. Variation in gear- and species-specific detection probability was considerable. For example, detection probabilities for the fyke net ranged from 0.82 (SE = 0.05) for… Expand
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