Data from: Population closure and the bias-precision trade-off in Spatial Capture-Recapture

Pierre Dupont, Cyril Milleret, Olivier Gimenez & Richard Bischof
1. Spatial capture-recapture (SCR) is an increasingly popular method for estimating ecological parameters. This method often relies on data collected over relatively long sampling periods. While longer sampling periods can yield larger sample sizes and thus increase precision of estimates, they also increase the risk of violating the closure assumption, thereby potentially introducing bias. The sampling period characteristics are therefore likely to play an important role in this bias-precision tradeoff. Yet few studies have studied...
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