Estimating population density and size of a social forest-dwelling mammal using gas movement theory and spatially explicit distribution model

Maria Luisa Jorge, Joan Coker, Daniel Gorczynski & Mauro Galetti
Accurate estimates of density and population size are fundamental for appropriate monitoring of populations. Forest dwelling large mammals that live in herds are particularly difficult for estimating population density and size because of the heterogeneity of their spatial distribution at local scales and the difficulty of counting groups. Previous work has dealt with heterogeneity of spatial-temporal distribution by the independent use of gas movement theory and spatially explicit distribution models. Here we propose to combine...
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