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Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations

Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations

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Published by Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos .
Written in English


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StatementGary C. White ... [et al.].
SeriesLA-8787-NERP
ContributionsWhite, Gary C., Los Alamos National Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14178022M

Topics: Animal populations--Mathematical models., Wildlife management--Mathematical models., Wildlife research--Mathematical models., CAPTURE (Computer program). Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations. Los Alamos Nat. Lab., Los Alamos, New Mexico. pp. Note: there is a copy of this manual on reserve at the UI library. Revised: Octo

White, G. C., D. R. Anderson, K. P. Burnham, and D. L. Otis. Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed Alamos National Laboratory LANERP. pp. The latter document contains a user’s manual and numerous examples for CAPTURE. For this application, one sample will usually be collected using a census (or census-like) sampling method such as central-location screening or house-to-house screening and the other sample will be collected using a rapid case-finding method. Figure 2 presents a capture-recapture study with four sets of cases labelled a, b, c, and x. In this File Size: KB.

P) Gould and Pollock Capture-recapture methods (overview). Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. P) White et al. Introduction to capture-recapture estimation: P. , (middle) OR pages in Williams et al. (Web) P) White et al. Capture-recapture: closed population models P. OR pages in Williams et al. The population is closed. In other words, there is no migration into or out of the population. In addition, it assumes there are no deaths or births. Births and deaths can be either real or virtual. A real death happens when the animal actually dies while a virtual death means the animal is no longer available for sampling.


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Editorial Reviews. This introduction to capture-recapture methods focuses on capture-recapture and removal methods for trapping studies in which a population is assumed to be closed and does not treat open-population models or catch-effort : Gary C.

White. Capture-Recapture and Removal Methods for Sampling Closed Populations Paperback – January 1, by et al. White, G. (Author)Author: et al. White, G. Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations - Ebook written by Gary C.

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Capture-Recapture and Removal Methods for Sampling Closed Populations Gary C. White David R. Anderson* Kenneth P. Burnham** David L. Otis. *Utah Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Utah State University, Logan UT **US Fish and Wildlife Service, Redwing Road, Ft.

Collins, CO Click to read more about Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations by Gary C. White. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers All about Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations by Gary C.

: Gary C. White. Closed population capture-recapture models in closed populations is based on what is knownastheLincoln-Petersenestimator(hereafter,the‘LP’estimator).TheLPestimatorisappropriate when there are just two sampling occasions, and the population is closed between the two occasions.

Imagine you go out on the first occasion, capture a sample File Size: 2MB. White GC () Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations: Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Harmsen BJ, Foster RJ, Doncaster CP () Heterogeneous capture rates in low density populations and consequences for capture-recapture analysis of camera-trap by: 5. Capture-Recapture estimators for closed populations All in all, the strategies framed into the CR methodology for the esti-mation of closed populations are mainly grouped in two categories: those dealing with only two samples, and those dealing with more than two sam-ples.

The rst category includes the very basic CR strategies mainly used. Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations.

Los Alamos National Laboratory LANERP. Rexstad, E., and K.P. Burnham. Users Guide for Interactive Program CAPTURE. Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations» Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations. Average Rating. Author. White, Gary C. Publisher.

Los Alamos National Laboratory. Pub. Date. Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition. Available from another library. The assumption of demographic closure in the analysis of capture-recapture data under closed-population models is of fundamental importance.

Yet, little progress has been made in the development of omnibus tests of the closure assumption. We present a closure test for time-specific data that, in principle, tests the null hypothesis of closed-population model M t against the open-population Cited by: English, Book, Illustrated edition: Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations / Gary C.

White. Abstract. Capture-recapture methods represent perhaps the most common technique for studying animal populations, and their use is growing in popularity due to recent technological advances that provide methods to study many taxa which before could not be studied efficiently, if at all.

The use of capture-recapture methods in the estimation of population size, survival rates, and recruitment rates of wild animals is well established. The traditional approach has been to use the closed population models summarized by Otis et al.

() for short-term studies, and the Jolly-Seber open population model (JollySeber Cited by: Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations.

Los Alamos, N.M.: Los Alamos National Laboratory ; Springfield, Va.: Available from NTIS, [] (OCoLC) Closed-population capture-recapture methods have been used extensively in animal ecology, both by themselves and within the context of Pollock's robust design and multistate models, to estimate.

Estimating Abundance for Closed Population Page 1 of 9 WILD - Estimating Abundance for Closed Populations with Mark-Recapture Methods Reading: Chapter 14 of WNC book (especially sections & ) • Estimating N is much more difficult than you might initially expect • A variety of methods File Size: KB.

Closed‐population capture–recapture methods have been used extensively in animal ecology, both by themselves and within the context of Pollock’s robust design and multistate models, to estimate various parameters of population and community by:. parameters White () Capture-recapture and removal methods for sampling closed populations Brownie et al () Statistical inference from band recovery data – a handbook Burnham et al () Design and analysis methods for fish survival experiments based on release-recapture Burnham and Anderson () Model selection and multimodel inference.Capture – Recapture Method of Sampling Capture – Recapture is a common method used to estimate the size of a population by sampling.

Biologists and ecologists use this method extensively to estimate wild animal populations. • Step 1: Capture a sample of the animal you want to count in the area you want to know about. (your book calls the File Size: KB. Introduction. Reliably estimating abundance of carnivores can be difficult because many populations exist in low densities and are wide-ranging, nocturnal, and secretive [1–3].Consequently, traditional methods of physical capture have been replaced by the use of non-invasive detection techniques such as remotely-triggered cameras, which offer a viable option for assessment of Cited by: