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Methods in Ecology and Evolution Jul 29
Can you use techniques on animals that are too small to tag with a transmitter and react badly to paint, dust and dyes? Thanks to , yes it is! explains how this method is being used to track : šŸ¦ŸšŸ¦ŸšŸ¦Ÿ
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JAppliedEcology 5 Aug 16
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Prof Brendan Godley Dec 3
Well done to all involved in new study using non-capture in-water methods to understand population dynamics of juvenile green in the !
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 Mar 18
Accounting for overlooked sources of uncertainty in abundance estimates for distance sampling. A new approach from Hamilton et al. produces robust results. Read the full Methods in and article here:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution Aug 13
An in situ validation and demographic/statistical framework for the close-kin method to estimate population size: Find out more about this Methods in and article:
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Joanne Potts Aug 21
Am excited to be presenting a workshop at in Launceston!!! Come along to learn intro concepts to To register:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 Feb 16
method to improve mortality estimates for social applied to data.
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1 Dec 17
A simple and efficient, though reliable, approach to estimate absolute population size through a simplified protocol
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 Nov 17
New simulation study, based on 16,650 parameter combinations, shows that temporary emigration presents more of a challenge for capture (CMR) models than usually acknowledged.
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NC State Applied Ecology Jun 18
We're on Instagram! Check out our latest post about our mark-recapture trip to Butner, NC:
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Ruzzante Lab Jun 18
Check out our new paper on "Validation of close kin mark recapture methods for estimating population abundance" in ()
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Huntsman Education 14 Oct 16
Replying to @SJHighSchool
What colour are your periwinkles?
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Kelly Robinson 20 Jan 17
Lots of ringed shags on the too today, will send IDs to @CEHseabirds soon! This is TAX?
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Michelle Spicer, PhD 18 May 19
A great first week at with the class! Day 1: Mammal baiting and crayfish hunting for !
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution Aug 20
In our second post, we're finding out about how are being used to track : This new method allows researchers to use techniques on animals that are too small to tag with a transmitter. CG
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WatamuMarineAssoc. 31 Mar 16
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Huntsman Education 17 Oct 14
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Joanne Potts 20 Apr 18
ICYDK Murray Efford released on during the week, a new R package for open-population analyses of spatial or non-spatial capture-recapture data More deets here:
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Morgan Jennings 13 Jun 16
Happy camper after our class got a Blanding's Turtle in a trap!
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Primitive Fishes 14 Mar 15
Even w/ their armored ganoid scales, it IS possible to floy tag !
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