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Necklace-style radio-transmitters are associated with changes in display vocalizations of male greater sage-grouse
Radio-transmitters are used widely in wildlife research because they allow researchers to track individual animals and monitor their activity. However, to provide unbiased information about a population, transmitters must ...
Fitness landscapes and life-table response experiments predict the importance of local areas to population dynamics
Animal resource requirements differ among life-history stages, and thus, habitat is most appropriately thought of as specific to a particular life stage. Accordingly, different habitats may vary in their significance as ...
Application of Bayesian robust design model to assess the impacts of a hurricane on shorebird demography
The increasing use of Bayesian inference in population demography requires rapid advancements in modeling frameworks to approach the rigor and flexibility of the current suite of maximum-likelihood models. We developed an ...