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Integrated Population Models

Integrated Population Models Book
Author : Michael Schaub,Marc Kery
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2021-07-15
ISBN : 9780128205648
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Integrated Population Models: Theory and Ecological Applications with R and JAGS is the first resource on integrated population models, which constitute a powerful framework for combining multiple data sets from the population and the individual levels to estimate demographic parameters and population size. These models identify drivers of population dynamics and forecast the composition and trajectory of a population. Offers practical and accessible ecological applications of IPMs (integrated population models) Provides full documentation of analyzed code in the Bayesian framework Written and structured for an easy approach to the subject, especially for non-statisticians

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2018-09-26
ISBN : 0444640738
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Integrated Population Biology and Modeling: Part A offers very complex and precise realities of quantifying modern and traditional methods of understanding populations and population dynamics. Chapters cover emerging topics of note, including Longevity dynamics, Modeling human-environment interactions, Survival Probabilities from 5-Year Cumulative Life Table Survival Ratios (Tx+5/Tx): Some Innovative Methodological Investigations, Cell migration Models, Evolutionary Dynamics of Cancer Cells, an Integrated approach for modeling of coastal lagoons: A case for Chilka Lake, India, Population and metapopulation dynamics, Mortality analysis: measures and models, Stationary Population Models, Are there biological and social limits to human longevity?, Probability models in biology, Stochastic Models in Population Biology, and more. Covers emerging topics of note in the subject matter Presents chapters on Longevity dynamics, Modeling human-environment interactions, Survival Probabilities from 5-Year Cumulative Life Table Survival Ratios (Tx+5/Tx), and more

Integrated Population Models

Integrated Population Models Book
Author : Michael Schaub,Marc Kéry
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2021-07-01
ISBN : 0128209151
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Integrated Population Models: Theory and Ecological Applications with R and JAGS is the first resource on integrated population models, which constitute a powerful framework for combining multiple data sets from the population and the individual levels to estimate demographic parameters and population size. These models identify drivers of population dynamics and forecast the composition and trajectory of a population. Offers practical and accessible ecological applications of IPMs (integrated population models) Provides full documentation of analyzed code in the Bayesian framework Written and structured for an easy approach to the subject, especially for non-statisticians

Integrated Population Models

Integrated Population Models Book
Author : Michael Schaub,Marc Kéry
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2021-07-15
ISBN : 9780323908108
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Integrated Population Models: Theory and Ecological Applications with R and JAGS is the first book on integrated population models, which constitute a powerful framework for combining multiple data sets from the population and the individual levels to estimate demographic parameters, and population size and trends. These models identify drivers of population dynamics and forecast the composition and trajectory of a population. Written by two population ecologists with expertise on integrated population modeling, this book provides a comprehensive synthesis of the relevant theory of integrated population models with an extensive overview of practical applications, using Bayesian methods by means of case studies. The book contains fully-documented, complete code for fitting all models in the free software, R and JAGS. It also includes all required code for pre- and post-model-fitting analysis. Integrated Population Models is an invaluable reference for researchers and practitioners involved in population analysis, and for graduate-level students in ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management, and related fields. The text is ideal for self-study and advanced graduate-level courses. Offers practical and accessible ecological applications of IPMs (integrated population models) Provides full documentation of analyzed code in the Bayesian framework Written and structured for an easy approach to the subject, especially for non-statisticians

Regulation of Local Bird Populations

Regulation of Local Bird Populations Book
Author : Fitsum Abadi Gebreselassie
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2010
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Download Regulation of Local Bird Populations book written by Fitsum Abadi Gebreselassie, available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, or read full book online anywhere and anytime. Compatible with any devices.

Integrated Population Models and Habitat Metrics for Wildlife Management

Integrated Population Models and Habitat Metrics for Wildlife Management Book
Author : James Nowak
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2015
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Successful management of harvested species critically depends on an ability to predict the consequences of corrective actions. Ideally, managers would have comprehensive, quantitative and continuous knowledge of a managed system upon which to base decisions. In reality, wildlife managers rarely have comprehensive system knowledge. Despite imperfect knowledge and data deficiencies, a desire exists to manipulate populations and achieve objectives. To this end, manipulation of harvest regimes and the habitat upon which species rely have become staples of wildlife management. Contemporary statistical tools have potential to enhance both the estimation of population size and vital rates while making possible more proactive management. In chapter 1 we evaluate the efficacy of integrated population models (IPM) to fill knowledge voids under conditions of limited data and model misspecification. We show that IPMs maintain high accuracy and low bias over a wide range of realistic conditions. In recognition of the fact that many monitoring programs have focal data collection areas we then fit a novel form of the IPM that employs random effects to effectively share information through space and time. We find that random effects dramatically improve performance of optimization algorithms, produce reasonable estimates and make it possible to estimate parameters for populations with very limited data. We applied these random effect models to 51 elk management units in Idaho, USA to demonstrate the abilities of the models and information gains. Many of the estimates are the first of their kind. Short-term forecasting is the focus of population models, but managers assess viability on longer time horizons through habitat. Modern approaches to understanding large ungulate habitat requirements largely depend on resource selection. An implicit assumption of the resource selection approach is that disproportionate use of the landscape directly reflects an individual's desire to meet life history goals. However, we show that simple metrics of habitat encountered better describe variations in elk survival. Comparing population level variation through time to individual variation we found that individual variation in habitat used was the most supported model relating habitat to a fitness component. Further, resource selection coefficients did not correlate with survival.

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : North Holland
Release : 2018-10-12
ISBN : 9780444640727
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling: Part A offers very complex and precise realities of quantifying modern and traditional methods of understanding populations and population dynamics. Chapters cover emerging topics of note, including Longevity dynamics, Modeling human-environment interactions, Survival Probabilities from 5-Year Cumulative Life Table Survival Ratios (Tx+5/Tx): Some Innovative Methodological Investigations, Cell migration Models, Evolutionary Dynamics of Cancer Cells, an Integrated approach for modeling of coastal lagoons: A case for Chilka Lake, India, Population and metapopulation dynamics, Mortality analysis: measures and models, Stationary Population Models, Are there biological and social limits to human longevity?, Probability models in biology, Stochastic Models in Population Biology, and more. Covers emerging topics of note in the subject matter Presents chapters on Longevity dynamics, Modeling human-environment interactions, Survival Probabilities from 5-Year Cumulative Life Table Survival Ratios (Tx+5/Tx), and more

Bayesian Analysis of Multi species Demography

Bayesian Analysis of Multi species Demography Book
Author : Jose ́ Joaqui ́n Lahoz-Monfort
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2012
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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An Application of an Integrated Population Model

An Application of an Integrated Population Model Book
Author : 猪熊恵
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2017
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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An Integrated Population Model (IPM) was employed to estimate the population size of the Fortymile Caribou herd (FCH), utilizing multiple types of biological data. Current population size estimates of the FCH are made by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) using an aerial photo census technique. Taking aerial photos for the counts requires certain environmental conditions, such as the existence of swarms of mosquitoes that drive the majority of caribou to wide open spaces, as well as favorable weather conditions, which allow low-altitude flying in mid-June. These conditions have not been met in recent years so there is no count estimate for those years. IPMs are considered as alternative methods to estimate a population size. IPMs contain three components: a stochastic component that explains the relationship between biological information and population size; demographic models that derive parameters from independently conducted surveys; and a link between IPM estimates and observed-count estimates. In this paper, we combine census count data, parturition data, calf and female adults survival data, and sex composition data, all of which were collected by ADF&G between 1990 and 2016. During this time period, there were 13 years - including two five-consecutive-year periods - for which no photo census count estimates were available. We estimate the missing counts and the associated uncertainty using a Bayesian IPM. Our case study shows that IPMs are capable of estimating a population size for years with missing count data when we have other biological data. We suggest that sensitivity analyses be done to learn the relationship between amount of data and the accuracy of the estimates.

Demographic Methods across the Tree of Life

Demographic Methods across the Tree of Life Book
Author : Roberto Salguero-Gomez,Marlène Gamelon
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2021-08-31
ISBN : 019257549X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Demography is everywhere in our lives: from birth to death. Indeed, the universal currencies of survival, development, reproduction, and recruitment shape the performance of all species, from microbes to humans. The number of techniques for demographic data acquisition and analyses across the entire tree of life (microbes, fungi, plants, and animals) has drastically increased in recent decades. These developments have been partially facilitated by the advent of technologies such as GIS and drones, as well as analytical methods including Bayesian statistics and high-throughput molecular analyses. However, despite the universality of demography and the significant research potential that could emerge from unifying: (i) questions across taxa, (ii) data collection protocols, and (iii) analytical tools, demographic methods to date have remained taxonomically siloed and methodologically disintegrated. This is the first book to attempt a truly unified approach to demography and population ecology in order to address a wide range of questions in ecology, evolution, and conservation biology across the entire spectrum of life. This novel book provides the reader with the fundamentals of data collection, model construction, analyses, and interpretation across a wide repertoire of demographic techniques and protocols. It introduces the novice demographer to a broad range of demographic methods, including abundance-based models, life tables, matrix population models, integral projection models, integrated population models, individual based models, and more. Through the careful integration of data collection methods, analytical approaches, and applications, clearly guided throughout with fully reproducible R scripts, the book provides an up-to-date and authoritative overview of the most popular and effective demographic tools. Demographic Methods across the Tree of Life is aimed at graduate students and professional researchers in the fields of demography, ecology, animal behaviour, genetics, evolutionary biology, mathematical biology, and wildlife management.

Bayesian Population Analysis Using WinBUGS

Bayesian Population Analysis Using WinBUGS Book
Author : Marc Kéry,Michael Schaub
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2012
ISBN : 0123870208
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Bayesian statistics has exploded into biology and its sub-disciplines, such as ecology, over the past decade. The free software program WinBUGS, and its open-source sister OpenBugs, is currently the only flexible and general-purpose program available with which the average ecologist can conduct standard and non-standard Bayesian statistics. Comprehensive and richly commented examples illustrate a wide range of models that are most relevant to the research of a modern population ecologist All WinBUGS/OpenBUGS analyses are completely integrated in software R Includes complete documentation of all R and WinBUGS code required to conduct analyses and shows all the necessary steps from having the data in a text file out of Excel to interpreting and processing the output from WinBUGS in R

Using Integrated Population Models to Evaluate Fishery and Environmental Impacts on Pacific Salmon Viability

Using Integrated Population Models to Evaluate Fishery and Environmental Impacts on Pacific Salmon Viability Book
Author : Eric R. Buhle,Mark David Scheuerell,Thomas D. Cooney,Michael J. Ford,Richard W. Zabel,James T. Thorson
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Age- or stage-structured population models, also known as life cycle models, are a mainstay of applied ecology and conservation, particularly in fisheries management. The data available to inform parameters in such models are, however, often limited and variable in quality. Ad-hoc, piecemeal approaches to parameter estimation can lead to biased inference about key processes, such as the strength of density dependence and the magnitude of environmental variability in recruitment. Recent statistical advances have facilitated a more rigorous, comprehensive approach to fitting life cycle models by combining all relevant data into a joint likelihood function. Such integrated population models (IPMs) have been widely applied in marine fisheries stock assessment, but are less familiar in salmonid management. We developed a multipopulation IPM for Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) that accounts for spatial and temporal variability in adult recruitment and age structure, the presence of hatchery-origin spawners, and observation error in abundance, age-composition, and hatchery-fraction data. The method is analogous to traditional spawner–recruit modeling based on brood-table reconstruction, but the model is fitted to the “raw” data and distinguishes between process and observation error. We applied the model to 29 populations of spring/summer Chinook salmon in the Snake River and Upper Columbia River Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs), and used the estimated parameters and states to simulate the impact of fishery exploitation rate on future abundance and quasi-extinction risk. As expected, predicted abundance declined and quasi-extinction risk increased across a range of fixed harvest rates from 0–0.3. The slope of the decline in abundance, relative to population-specific carrying capacity, was inversely related to intrinsic productivity. Large-scale environmental fluctuations (e.g., ocean conditions and hydrosystem operations, represented by the shared process error) were at least as important as harvest in determining long-term population viability. If future environmental conditions are relatively poor, and especially if they are assumed to have undergone a persistent state shift at some point in the last 60 years, then quasi-extinction risks are dramatically elevated even in the absence of harvest. We see potential for the further development of IPMs (e.g., the inclusion of more detailed stage structure) and their application to salmon conservation problems throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling

Integrated Population Biology and Modeling Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2019-02-05
ISBN : 044464153X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Integrated Population Biology and Modeling: Part B, Volume 40, offers very delicately complex and precise realities of quantifying modern and traditional methods of understanding populations and population dynamics, with this updated release focusing on Prey-predator animal models, Back projections, Evolutionary Biology computations, Population biology of collective behavior and bio patchiness, Collective behavior, Population biology through data science, Mathematical modeling of multi-species mutualism: new insights, remaining challenges and applications to ecology, Population Dynamics of Manipur, Stochastic Processes and Population Dynamics Models: The Mechanisms for Extinction, Persistence and Resonance, Theories of Stationary Populations and association with life lived and life left, and more. Studies human and animal models that are studied both separately and throughout chapters Presents a comprehensive and timely update on integrated population biology

Modelling Population Dynamics

Modelling Population Dynamics Book
Author : K. B. Newman,S. T. Buckland,B. J. T. Morgan,R. King,D. L. Borchers,D. J. Cole,P. Besbeas,O. Gimenez,L. Thomas
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2014-07-16
ISBN : 1493909770
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book gives a unifying framework for estimating the abundance of open populations: populations subject to births, deaths and movement, given imperfect measurements or samples of the populations. The focus is primarily on populations of vertebrates for which dynamics are typically modelled within the framework of an annual cycle, and for which stochastic variability in the demographic processes is usually modest. Discrete-time models are developed in which animals can be assigned to discrete states such as age class, gender, maturity, population (within a metapopulation), or species (for multi-species models). The book goes well beyond estimation of abundance, allowing inference on underlying population processes such as birth or recruitment, survival and movement. This requires the formulation and fitting of population dynamics models. The resulting fitted models yield both estimates of abundance and estimates of parameters characterizing the underlying processes.

Bayesian Modelling of Integrated Data and Its Application to Seabird Populations

Bayesian Modelling of Integrated Data and Its Application to Seabird Populations Book
Author : Toby J. Reynolds,University of St. Andrews. School of Mathematics and Statistics
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2010
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Download Bayesian Modelling of Integrated Data and Its Application to Seabird Populations book written by Toby J. Reynolds,University of St. Andrews. School of Mathematics and Statistics, available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, or read full book online anywhere and anytime. Compatible with any devices.

Population Ecology in Practice

Population Ecology in Practice Book
Author : Brett K. Sandercock
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2020-02-10
ISBN : 0470674148
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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A synthesis of contemporary analytical and modeling approaches in population ecology The book provides an overview of the key analytical approaches that are currently used in demographic, genetic, and spatial analyses in population ecology. The chapters present current problems, introduce advances in analytical methods and models, and demonstrate the applications of quantitative methods to ecological data. The book covers new tools for designing robust field studies; estimation of abundance and demographic rates; matrix population models and analyses of population dynamics; and current approaches for genetic and spatial analysis. Each chapter is illustrated by empirical examples based on real datasets, with a companion website that offers online exercises and examples of computer code in the R statistical software platform. Fills a niche for a book that emphasizes applied aspects of population analysis Covers many of the current methods being used to analyse population dynamics and structure Illustrates the application of specific analytical methods through worked examples based on real datasets Offers readers the opportunity to work through examples or adapt the routines to their own datasets using computer code in the R statistical platform Population Ecology in Practice is an excellent book for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in population ecology or ecological statistics, as well as established researchers needing a desktop reference for contemporary methods used to develop robust population assessments.

Population Ecology in Practice

Population Ecology in Practice Book
Author : Dennis L. Murray,Brett K. Sandercock
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2019-12-27
ISBN : 1119574625
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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A synthesis of contemporary analytical and modeling approaches in population ecology The book provides an overview of the key analytical approaches that are currently used in demographic, genetic, and spatial analyses in population ecology. The chapters present current problems, introduce advances in analytical methods and models, and demonstrate the applications of quantitative methods to ecological data. The book covers new tools for designing robust field studies; estimation of abundance and demographic rates; matrix population models and analyses of population dynamics; and current approaches for genetic and spatial analysis. Each chapter is illustrated by empirical examples based on real datasets, with a companion website that offers online exercises and examples of computer code in the R statistical software platform. Fills a niche for a book that emphasizes applied aspects of population analysis Covers many of the current methods being used to analyse population dynamics and structure Illustrates the application of specific analytical methods through worked examples based on real datasets Offers readers the opportunity to work through examples or adapt the routines to their own datasets using computer code in the R statistical platform Population Ecology in Practice is an excellent book for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in population ecology or ecological statistics, as well as established researchers needing a desktop reference for contemporary methods used to develop robust population assessments.

Demographic Methods Across the Tree of Life

Demographic Methods Across the Tree of Life Book
Author : Roberto Salguero-Gomez
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2021-08-31
ISBN : 0198838603
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This novel book provides the reader with the fundamentals of data collection, model construction, analyses, and interpretation across a wide repertoire of demographic techniques and protocols, clearly guided throughout with fully reproducible R scripts.

Analysis of Capture Recapture Data

Analysis of Capture Recapture Data Book
Author : Rachel S. McCrea,Byron J. T. Morgan
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2014-08-01
ISBN : 1439836590
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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An important first step in studying the demography of wild animals is to identify the animals uniquely through applying markings, such as rings, tags, and bands. Once the animals are encountered again, researchers can study different forms of capture-recapture data to estimate features, such as the mortality and size of the populations. Capture-recapture methods are also used in other areas, including epidemiology and sociology. With an emphasis on ecology, Analysis of Capture-Recapture Data covers many modern developments of capture-recapture and related models and methods and places them in the historical context of research from the past 100 years. The book presents both classical and Bayesian methods. A range of real data sets motivates and illustrates the material and many examples illustrate biometry and applied statistics at work. In particular, the authors demonstrate several of the modeling approaches using one substantial data set from a population of great cormorants. The book also discusses which computer programs to use for implementing the models and contains 130 exercises that extend the main material. The data sets, computer programs, and other ancillaries are available at www.capturerecapture.co.uk. The book is accessible to advanced undergraduate and higher-level students, quantitative ecologists, and statisticians. It helps readers understand model formulation and applications, including the technicalities of model diagnostics and checking.