Data from: Making use of multiple surveys: estimating breeding probability using a multievent-robust design capture-recapture model

W. Chris Oosthuizen, Roger Pradel, Marthán N Bester & P.J. Nico De Bruyn
Increased environmental stochasticity due to climate change will intensify temporal variance in the life-history traits, and especially breeding probabilities, of long-lived iteroparous species. These changes may decrease individual fitness and population viability and is therefore important to monitor. In wild animal populations with imperfect individual detection, breeding probabilities are best estimated using capture-recapture methods. However, in many vertebrate species (e.g., amphibians, turtles, seabirds), non-breeders are unobservable because they are not tied to a territory or...
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