Revisiting resource selection probability functions and single-visit methods: Clarification and extensions

  title={Revisiting resource selection probability functions and single-visit methods: Clarification and extensions},
  author={P{\'e}ter S{\'o}lymos and Subhash R. Lele},
2 (1) Models accounting for imperfect detection are important. Single-visit methods have been proposed as an alternative to multiple-visits methods to relax the assumption of closed population. Knape and Korner-Nievergelt (2015) showed that under certain models of probability of detection single-visit methods are statistically non-identifiable leading to biased population estimates. (2) There is a close relationship between estimation of the resource selection probability function (RSPF) using… CONTINUE READING
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