Multiple-species analysis of point count data : a more parsimonious modelling framework

  title={Multiple-species analysis of point count data : a more parsimonious modelling framework},
  author={Mathew W. Alldredge and Kenneth H. Pollock and Theodore R. Simons and Susan A Shriner},
1. Although population surveys often provide information on multiple species, these data are rarely analysed within a multiple-species framework despite the potential for more efficient estimation of population parameters. 2. We have developed a multiple-species modelling framework that uses similarities in capture/detection processes among species to model multiple species data more parsimoniously. We present examples of this approach applied to distance, time of detection and multiple… CONTINUE READING


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