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Site-occupancy distribution modeling to correct population-trend estimates derived from opportunistic observations

Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology

Mar 27, 2010

Marc KéryNiklaus Zbinden

Abstract

Species' assessments must frequently be derived from opportunistic observations made by volunteers (i.e., citizen scientists). Interpretation of the resulting data to estimate population trends is plagued with problems, including teasing apart genuine population trends from variations i...read more

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In Silico
Aggregation
Family Turdidae (organism)
Oral Candidiasis
Alcedinidae
Monticola saxatilis
Repeated Rounds of Survey
Aves
Candidiasis
Biodiversity
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Site-occupancy distribution modeling to correct population-trend estimates derived from opportunistic observations

Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology

Mar 27, 2010

Marc KéryNiklaus Zbinden

PMID: 20337672

DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2010.01479.x

Abstract

Species' assessments must frequently be derived from opportunistic observations made by volunteers (i.e., citizen scientists). Interpretation of the resulting data to estimate population trends is plagued with problems, including teasing apart genuine population trends from variations i...read more

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In Silico
Aggregation
Family Turdidae (organism)
Oral Candidiasis
Alcedinidae
Monticola saxatilis
Repeated Rounds of Survey
Aves
Candidiasis
Biodiversity

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