Efficient use of harvest data: A size-class-structured integrated population model for exploited populations

Marlène Gamelon, Chloé R. Nater, Eric Baubet, Aurelien Besnard, Laura Touzot, Jean-Michel Gaillard, Jean-Dominique Lebreton & Olivier Gimenez
Many animal populations are subject to hunting or fishing in the wild. Detailed knowledge of demographic parameters (e.g. survival, reproduction) and temporal dynamics of such populations is crucial for sustainable management. Despite their relevance for management decisions, structure and size of exploited populations are often not known, and data limited. Recently, joint analysis of different types of demographic data, such as population counts, reproductive data and capture-mark-recapture data, within integrated population models (IPMs) has gained...
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