Inferring individual fate from aquatic acoustic telemetry data

David Villegas Ríos, Carla Freitas, Even Moland, Susanna Huneide Thorbjørnsen & Esben Olsen
Acoustic telemetry has become a popular means of obtaining individual behavioural data from a wide array of species in marine and freshwater systems. Fate information is crucial to understand important aspects of population dynamics such as mortality, predation or dispersal rates. Here we present a method to infer individual fate from acoustic telemetry arrays of receivers with overlapping detection ranges. Our method depends exclusively on information on animal movements and the characteristics and configuration of...
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