Joint Special Feature: Modelling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations: Proceedings of the EURING 2013 analytical meeting

Guest Editors: Charles M. Francis, Richard J. Barker and Evan G. Cooch

This Special Feature brings together 31 papers (listed below) presented at the EURING 2013 technical conference, that collectively cover many of the latest developments in the analysis of data from marked individuals to estimate demographic parameters, such as survival, recruitment, nest success, density, population size and movement.

The papers are published jointly in Methods in Ecology and Evolution and the open access journal Ecology and Evolution.


EDITORIAL: Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations: Proceedings of the EURING 2013 analytical meeting
C.M. Francis, R.J. Barker & E.G. Cooch

Advances and applications of occupancy models
L.L. Bailey, D.I. MacKenzie & J.D. Nichols

MC(MC)MC: exploring Monte Carlo integration within MCMC for mark-recapture models with individual covariates
S. Bonner & M. Schofield

Estimating multispecies abundance using automated detection systems: ice-associated seals in the Bering Sea
P.B. Conn, J.M. Ver Hoef, B.T. McClintock, E.E. Moreland, J.M. London, M.F. Cameron, S.P. Dahle & P.L. Boveng

Separating mortality and emigration: modelling space use, dispersal and survival with robust-design spatial capture-recapture data
T. Ergon & B. Gardner

Estimating true instead of apparent survival using spatial Cormack-Jolly-Seber models
M. Schaub & A.J. Royle

Mark-resight abundance estimation under incomplete identification of marked individuals
B.T. McClintock, J.M. Hill, L. Fritz, K. Chumbley, K. Luxa & D.R. Diefenbach

Spatially explicit integrated population models
R.B. Chandler & J.D. Clark

Integrating demographic data: towards a framework for monitoring wildlife populations at large spatial scales
R.A. Robinson, C.A. Morrison & S.R. Baillie

Large-scale spatial analysis of ringing and re-encounter data to infer movement patterns: a review including methodological perspectives
K. Thorup, F. Korner-Nievergelt, E.B. Cohen & S.R. Baillie

Goodness-of-fit of integrated population models using calibrated simulation
P. Besbeas & B.J.T. Morgan


Band reporting rates of waterfowl: does individual heterogeneity bias estimated survival rates?

G.C. White, L.S. Cordes & T.W. Arnold

A comparison of abundance estimates from extended batch-marking and Jolly-Seber-type experiments
L.L.E. Cowen, P. Besbeas, B.J.T. Morgan & C.J. Schwarz

A hierarchical nest survival model integrating incomplete temporally varying covariates
S.J. Converse, J.A. Royle, P.H. Adler, R.P. Urbanek & J.A. Barzen

Dynamic occupancy models for analyzing species’ range dynamics across large geographic scales
F. Bled, J.D. Nichols & R. Altwegg

Integrating batch marks and radio tags to estimate the size of a closed population with a movement model
C.J. Schwarz, S. Cope & G. Fratton

Lincoln estimates of mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) abundance in North America
R.T. Alisauskas, T.W. Arnold, J.O. Leafloor, D.L. Otis & J.S. Sedinger

Inferences about population dynamics from count data using multistate models: a comparison to capture-recapture approaches
E.F. Zipkin, T.S. Sillett, E.H. Campbell Grant, R.B. Chandler & J.A. Royle

Applications of hidden hybrid Markov/semi-Markov models: from stopover duration to breeding success dynamics
R. Choquet, A. Béchet & Y. Guédon

Does seasonality drive spatial patterns in demography? Variation in survival in African reed warblers Acrocephalus baeticatus across southern Africa does not reflect global patterns
D.Y.M. Jansen, F. Abadi, D. Harebottle & R. Altwegg

A quantitative life history of endangered humpback chub that spawn in the Little Colorado River: variation in movement, growth, and survival
C.B. Yackulic, M.D. Yard, J. Korman & D.R. Van Haverbeke

Individual heterogeneity in black brant survival and recruitment with implications for harvest dynamics
M.S. Lindberg, J.S. Sedinger & J-D. Lebreton

Guidelines for a priori grouping of species in hierarchical community models
K. Pacifici, E.F. Zipkin, J.A. Collazo, J.I. Irizarry & A. DeWan

A bird distribution model for ring recovery data: where do the European robins go?
F. Korner-Nievergelt, F. Liechti & K. Thorup

Does your species have memory? Analyzing capture-recapture data with memory models
D.J. Cole, B.J.T. Morgan, R.S. McCrea, R. Pradel, O. Gimenez & R. Choquet

Accounting for tagging-to-harvest mortality in a Brownie tag-recovery model by incorporating radio-telemetry data
F.E. Buderman, D.R. Diefenbach, MJ. Casalena, C.S. Rosenberry & B.D. Wallingford

Selection based on the size of the black tie of the great tit may be reversed in urban habitats
JC. Senar, M.J. Conroy, J. Quesada & F. Mateos-Gonzalez

Use of posterior predictive checks as an inferential tool for investigating individual heterogeneity in animal population vital rates
T. Chambert, J.J. Rotella & M.D. Higgs

Estimation of capture probabilities using generalized estimating equations and mixed effects approaches
M.A.S. Akanda & R. Alpizar-Jara

Using dynamic N-mixture models to test cavity limitation on northern flying squirrel demographic parameters using experimental nest box supplementation
P. Priol, M.J. Mazerolle, L. Imbeau, P. Drapeau, C. Trudeau & J. Ramière

Estimating migratory connectivity of birds when re-encounter probabilities are heterogeneous
E.B. Cohen, J.A. Hostetler, J.A. Royle & P.P. Marra

An integrated modeling approach to estimating Gunnison sage-grouse population dynamics: combining index and demographic data
A.J. Davis, M.B. Hooten, M.L. Phillips & P.F. Doherty Jr

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