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A new statistical method to estimate the size of animal population

Estimation of population size of hare
  • Chikio Hayashi
  • Tsutomu Komazawa
  • Fumi Hayashi
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Equal Probability Base Line Animal Population Rectangular Area Wild Rabbit 
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  • Chikio Hayashi
  • Tsutomu Komazawa
  • Fumi Hayashi

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