Data from: Separating mortality and emigration: modelling space use, dispersal and survival with robust-design spatial-capture-recapture data

Torbjørn Ergon, Xavier Lambin & Beth Gardner
1. Capture-recapture (CR) techniques are commonly used to gain information about population dynamics, demography and life-history traits of populations. However, traditional CR models cannot separate mortality from emigration. Recently developed spatial-capture-recapture (SCR) models explicitly incorporate spatial information into traditional CR models, thus allowing for individuals’ movements to be modelled explicitly. 2. In this paper, we extend SCR models using robust-design data to allow for both processes in which individuals can disappear from the population, mortality...
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