Data from: Counting cats: spatially explicit population estimates of cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) using unstructured sampling data

Femke Broekhuis & Arjun M. Gopalaswamy
Many ecological theories and species conservation programmes rely on accurate estimates of population density. Accurate density estimation, especially for species facing rapid declines, requires the application of rigorous field and analytical methods. However, obtaining accurate density estimates of carnivores can be challenging as carnivores naturally exist at relatively low densities and are often elusive and wide-ranging. In this study, we employ an unstructured spatial sampling field design along with a Bayesian sex-specific spatially explicit capture-recapture...
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