Data from: Estimating density for species conservation: comparing camera trap spatial count models to genetic spatial capture-recapture models

Joanna M. Burgar, Frances E. C. Stewart, John P. Volpe, Jason T. Fisher, A. Cole Burton & Frances E.C. Stewart
Density estimation is integral to the effective conservation and management of wildlife. Camera traps in conjunction with spatial capture-recapture (SCR) models have been used to accurately and precisely estimate densities of “marked” wildlife populations comprising identifiable individuals. The emergence of spatial count (SC) models holds promise for cost-effective density estimation of “unmarked” wildlife populations when individuals are not identifiable. We evaluated model agreement, precision, and survey costs, between i) a fully marked approach using SCR...
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