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Design and analysis methods for fish survival experiments based on release-recapture

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American Fisheries Society , Bethesda, Md
Fishes -- Effect of dams on -- Research -- Statistical methods., Hydroelectric power plants -- Environmental aspects., Fisheries -- Research -- Statistical met
StatementKenneth P. Burnham ... [et al.].
SeriesAmerican Fisheries Society monograph,, 5, Monograph (American Fisheries Society) ;, no. 5.
ContributionsBurnham, Kenneth P.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSH173 .D47 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination437 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2413098M
ISBN 100913235415
LC Control Number87070785
OCLC/WorldCa17150056

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5.) Complete theoretical, practical, and analytical treatment of large field experiments in which the recapture of marked animals is used to estimate mortality caused by river dams or other stressors.

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An analysis of the survival rates of selected avian species: with special reference to changes during the modern pesticide era.

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Author notes Cited by: 8. Results. I used capture-mark-resighting data spanning the years – to estimate Black-winged Stilt survival and resighting rates. Survival estimates are affected by mortality and permanent emigration, while resighting rates are affected by mark observation effort and temporal dispersal to other al is low during the first year of life (1 st year: %±; Cited by: Introduction.

The need for reliable demographic information on animal populations has increased as scientists attempt to use attributes of populations to measure ecological change (Rosenstock et al.Thompson ) and to monitor endangered and game species (Gould et al.

).However, it is rare that entire breeding populations can be counted directly, and most Cited by: Catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE) models have been a traditional tool of fisheries management but have been relatively unexplored and unused for estimating abundance and survival rates of terrestrial game populations.

CPUE models are appealing because they use harvest data traditionally collected by wildlife managers and do not require marking by: 4. Based on initial evaluation (Zuur et al. ) and to account for pseudoreplication, enclosure was used as a random factor in all analysis.

Predation risk, food supplementation and sex with all two‐way interactions were used as fixed factors in the full model in the by: Effects of Cluster Sampling on Epidemiologic Analysis in Population-Based Case-Control Studies (pp.

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Butler, R.L., “Freshwater Drum, Aplodino-tus grunniens, in the Navigational Impound-ments of the Upper Missouri River,” Transactions of the American Fisheries. Freshwater and early marine migration and survival of endangered Cultus Lake sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) salmon were studied using the Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST) were acoustically tagged in –, and their migration was recorded within the lower Fraser River and coastal southern British Columbia by:   Furthermore, many habitats occupied by western cottonmouths, particularly the ones characterized by pulsing environments (e.g., streams and rivers) are largely influenced by activities of humans.

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