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Set of models used in a Cormack-Jolly-Seber recaptures-only analyses of cliff swallows to test hypotheses and estimate apparent survival and detection probability for the analysis of flushing.*.

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posted on 2013-03-05, 00:33 authored by Erin A. Roche, Charles R. Brown, Mary Bomberger Brown, Kristen M. Lear

Parameters with interactions are joined by '*', whereas parameters having parallel (additive) relationships are joined by '+'; Akaike's Information Criterion (AIC) values were corrected for over-dispersion (see Table 3), yielding quasi-AIC (QAICc) values; ΔQAICc values and model weights (wi) were used to rank models; see Table 1 for model notations. Here “k” indicates the number of parameters in the model and “QDev” indicates the quasi-deviance of the model.

QAICc = 17369.01 for top-ranked model.