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Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology: Analysis of Distribution, Abundance and Species Richness in R and Bugs, Volume 2: Dynamic and Advanced Models

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By: Marc Kéry(Author), J Andrew Royle(Author)
Publisher: Academic Press
Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology: Analysis of Distribution, Abundance and Species Richness in R and Bugs, Volume 2: Dynamic and Advanced Models
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  • Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology: Analysis of Distribution, Abundance and Species Richness in R and Bugs, Volume 2: Dynamic and Advanced Models ISBN: 9780128095850 Paperback Nov 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Nov 2019
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Part 1: Models for dynamic systems
13. Modeling population dynamics without replicate counts within a season
14. Modeling population dynamics with replicate counts within a season
15. Hierarchical models of survival
16. Modeling species distribution and range dynamics using dynamic occupancy models
17. Modeling metacommunity dynamics using dynamic community models

Part 2: Advances models
18. Multi-state occupancy models
19. Occupancy models with false positives
20. Models for species interactions
21. Spatial models II (static and dynamic autologistic, IFM)
22. Combination approaches / Integrated models
23. Spatial capture-recapture

Part 3: Conclusions
24. Conclusions

Contents

Part 1: Models for dynamic systems 13. Modeling population dynamics without replicate counts within a season 14. Modeling population dynamics with replicate counts within a season 15. Hierarchical models of survival 16. Modeling species distribution and range dynamics using dynamic occupancy models 17. Modeling metacommunity dynamics using dynamic community models Part 2: Advances models 18. Multi-state occupancy models 19. Occupancy models with false positives 20. Models for species interactions 21. Spatial models II (static and dynamic autologistic, IFM) 22. Combination approaches / Integrated models 23. Spatial capture-recapture Part 3: Conclusions 24. Conclusions

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Biography

Dr Marc Kéry is a Population Ecologist with the Swiss Ornithological Institute and a courtesy professor ("Privatdozent") at the University of Zurich/Switzerland, from where he received his PhD in Ecology in 2000. He is an expert in the estimation and modeling of abundance, distribution and species richness in "metapopulation designs" (i.e., collections of replicate sites). For most of his work, he uses the Bayesian model fitting software BUGS and JAGS, about which he has published two books with Academic Press (2010 and 2012). He has authored/coauthored 70 peer-reviewed articles and four book chapters. Since 2007, and for a total of 103 days, he has taught 23 statistical modeling workshops about the methods in the proposed book at research institutes and universities all over the world.

Dr Andrew Royle is currently a Research Statistician at the U.S. Geological Survey's Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. His research is focused on the application of probability and statistics to ecological problems, especially those related to animal sampling and demographic modeling. Much of his research over the last 10 years has been devoted to the development of methods illustrated in our new book. He has authored or coauthored more than 100 journal articles, and co-authored the books Spatial Capture Recapture, Hierarchical Modeling and Inference in Ecology and Occupancy Estimation and Modeling: Inferring Patterns and Dynamics of Species Occurrence, all published by Academic Press.

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By: Marc Kéry(Author), J Andrew Royle(Author)
Publisher: Academic Press
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