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Closed population models with misidentification run in Programme MARK to estimate yearly population sizes for males and females of a wild otter population in Upper Lusatia (Saxony, Germany).

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posted on 14.05.2015, 04:15 by Simone Lampa, Jean-Baptiste Mihoub, Bernd Gruber, Reinhard Klenke, Klaus Henle

Numbers of modelled parameters (K), differences in AICc (ΔAICc), AICc model weights (wi), and estimated population sizes with standard errors (

N

̂

± SE) are shown for all models, except of models were heterogeneity and misidentification were confounded (–). Highest ranked models according to AICc are highlighted in bold. For each year, we specified the weighted average population size for males (

N

̂

males

), females (

N

̂

females

), and the entire population (

N

̂

total

) together with their standard errors (SE) and 95% confidence intervals (CI). Furthermore, pi and model weighted average capture (p) and recapture (c) probabilities and model weighted misidentification parameters (α) are given with their standard error (SE).

Closed population models with misidentification run in Programme MARK to estimate yearly population sizes for males and females of a wild otter population in Upper Lusatia (Saxony, Germany).

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