Data from: Use of classical bird census transects as spatial replicates for hierarchical modeling of an avian community

María V. Jiménez-Franco, Marc Kéry, Mario León-Ortega, Francisco Robledano, Miguel A. Esteve & José F. Calvo
New monitoring programs are often designed with some form of temporal replication to deal with imperfect detection by means of occupancy models. However, classical bird census data from earlier times often lack temporal replication, precluding detection-corrected inferences about occupancy. Historical data have a key role in many ecological studies intended to document range shifts, and so need to be made comparable with present‐day data by accounting for detection probability. We analyze a classical bird census...
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