Who are we sampling? Apparent survival differs between methods in a secretive species

@inproceedings{Vgeli2008WhoAW,
  title={Who are we sampling? Apparent survival differs between methods in a secretive species},
  author={Matthias V{\"o}geli and Paola Laiolo and David Serrano and Jos{\'e} Luis Tella},
  year={2008}
}
Survival is a fundamental parameter in population dynamics with increasing importance in the management and conservation strategies of wildlife populations. Survival probability in vertebrates is usually estimated by live-encounter data obtained by means of physical mark−capture−recapture protocols. Non-invasive acoustic marking relying on individual-specific features of signals has been alternatively applied as a marking technique, especially in secretive species. Nevertheless, to date no… CONTINUE READING
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