Recent Advances in Stratification in Capture-Recapture Studies
Carl Schwarz
Statistics Department
Simon Fraser University

 
Friday, 12 March 2004
3:10pm - 4:00pm
133 Wagar

ABSTRACT
Stratification is a well known technique for improving precision in survey
sampling. Stratification in capture-recapture modeling can lead to some
difficult modeling problems. This talk will review the recent advances in
the use of stratification in capture-recapture studies to estimate survival,
abundance, and movement with examples from fish, fowl, and forest fires.

Sponsored by PRIMES
Joint seminar of the Fisheries and Wildlife Department and the
Statistics Department



 

 


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