Data from: Estimating population size in the presence of temporary migration using a joint analysis of telemetry and capture recapture data

Tomas Bird, Jarod Lyon, Michael McCarthy, Richard Barker & Simon Nicol
1.Temporary migration – where individuals can leave and re-enter a sampled population – is a feature of many capture–mark–recapture (CMR) studies of mobile populations which, if unaccounted for, can lead to biased estimates of population capture probabilities and consequently biased estimates of population abundance. 2. We present a method for incorporating radiotelemetry data within a CMR study to eliminate bias due to temporary migration using a Bayesian state-space model. 3. Our results indicate that using...
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