Data from: Effects of distance on detectability of Arctic waterfowl using double-observer sampling during helicopter surveys

Ray T Alisauskas & Paul B Conn
Aerial survey is an important, widely employed approach for estimating free‐ranging wildlife over large or inaccessible study areas. We studied how a distance covariate influenced probability of double‐observer detections for birds counted during a helicopter survey in Canada’s central Arctic. Two observers, one behind the other but visually obscured from each other, counted birds in an incompletely shared field of view to a distance of 200 m. Each observer assigned detections to one of five...
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