Modeling Demographic Processes In Marked Populations

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ISBN: 978-0-387-78150-1 (Print) 978-0-387-78151-8 (Online)

Table of contents (55 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

  2. Population Dynamics – Growth, Density-Dependence and Decomposing λ

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      Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Inference About Population Growth

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      Pages 19-32

      Assessing Density-Dependence: Where Are We Left?

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      Pages 43-58

      The Efficient Semiparametric Regression Modeling of Capture-Recapture Data: Assessing the Impact of Climate on Survival of Two Antarctic Seabird Species

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      Pages 59-79

      Multivariate State Space Modelling of Bird Migration Count Data

  3. Evolutionary Ecology

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      Pages 81-81

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      Pages 83-129

      Contribution of Capture-Mark-Recapture Modeling to Studies of Evolution by Natural Selection

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      Pages 131-152

      Application of Capture–Recapture to Addressing Questions in Evolutionary Ecology

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      Pages 157-172

      Estimating Reproductive Costs with Multi-State Mark-Recapture Models, Multiple Observable States, and Temporary Emigration

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      Pages 173-197

      Estimating Latent Time of Maturation and Survival Costs of Reproduction in Continuous Time from Capture–Recapture Data

  4. Abundance Estimation – Direct Methods, Proxies, Occupancy Models and Point Count Data

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      Pages 199-199

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      Pages 201-235

      Inferences About Landbird Abundance from Count Data: Recent Advances and Future Directions

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      Pages 237-254

      Sources of Measurement Error, Misclassification Error, and Bias in Auditory Avian Point Count Data

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      Pages 255-269

      Density Estimation by Spatially Explicit Capture–Recapture: Likelihood-Based Methods

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      Pages 271-289

      A Generalized Mixed Effects Model of Abundance for Mark-Resight Data When Sampling is Without Replacement

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      Pages 291-320

      Evaluation of the Linkage Disequilibrium Method for Estimating Effective Population Size

  5. Dispersal, Movement and Migration – Methods and Multi-State Models

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      Pages 321-321

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      Pages 323-347

      Migration and Movement – The Next Stage

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      Pages 349-363

      Stopover Duration Analysis with Departure Probability Dependent on Unknown Time Since Arrival

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      Pages 365-392

      Habitat Selection, Age-Specific Recruitment and Reproductive Success in a Long-Lived Seabird

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      Pages 393-415

      Cubic Splines for Estimating the Distribution of Residence Time Using Individual Resightings Data

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      Pages 417-437

      Detecting Invisible Migrants: An Application of Genetic Methods to Estimate Migration Rates

  6. Wildlife and Conservation Management

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 439-439

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      Pages 441-461

      Stochastic Variation in Avian Survival Rates: Life-History Predictions, Population Consequences, and the Potential Responses to Human Perturbations and Climate Change

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      Pages 463-489

      Filling a Void: Abundance Estimation of North American Populations of Arctic Geese Using Hunter Recoveries

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