Strengthening population inference in herpetofaunal studies by addressing detection probability

Strengthening population inference in herpetofaunal studies by addressing detection probability

P. F. Doherty, R. Munguia-Steyer, M. Guimaraes

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In conservation biology and population dynamic studies, accounting for the effect of imperfect detection of animals in the wild is crucial for correct inference of demographic parameters. However, articles published in South American herpetological journals still report estimates without considering...

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Strengthening population inference in herpetofaunal studies by addressing detection probability

P. F. Doherty, R. Munguia-Steyer, M. Guimaraes


										

Strengthening population inference in herpetofaunal studies by addressing detection probability

P. F. Doherty, R. Munguia-Steyer, M. Guimaraes

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    South american journal of herpetology

    Vol. 9, no. 1 (Apr., 2014), p. 1-8