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Survey designs and statistical methods for the estimation of avian population trends

@inproceedings{Sauer1990SurveyDA,
  title={Survey designs and statistical methods for the estimation of avian population trends},
  author={J. Sauer and S. Droege},
  year={1990}
}
  • J. Sauer, S. Droege
  • Published 1990
  • Geography
  • -The route-regression method has been used in recent years to analyze data from roadside surveys. With this method, a population tr~nd is estimated for each route in a region, then regional trends are estimated as a weighted mean of the individual route trends. This method can accurately incorporate data that is unbalanced by changes in years surveyed and observer differences. We suggest that route-regression methodology is most efficient in the estimation oflong-term (>5 year) trends, and… CONTINUE READING
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