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Jonathan P Rose

Biologist

Western Ecological Research Center

Email: jprose@usgs.gov
Office Phone: 530-902-8928
ORCID: 0000-0003-0874-9166

Supervisor: Brian J Halstead
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Occupancy models provide a reliable method of estimating species distributions while accounting for imperfect detectability. The cost of accounting for false absences is that detection and nondetection surveys typically require repeated visits to a site or multiple-observer techniques. More efficient methods of collecting data to estimate detection probabilities would allow additional sites to be surveyed for the same amount of effort, which would support more precise estimation of covariate effects to improve inference about underlying ecological processes. Time-to-detection surveys allow the estimation of detection probability based on a single site visit by one observer, and therefore might be an efficient technique...
This data release includes R code to replicate the Integral Projection Model construction and analysis presented in the paper "Demographic drivers of population growth in a threatened snake" by Rose et al. published in Journal of Wildlife Management in 2019.
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This dataset includes data on the growth, fecundity, and survival of Giant Gartersnakes (Thamnophis gigas) in the Sacramento Valley of California from 1995-2017. These data support the following publication: Rose, J.P., Ersan, J.S., Wylie, G.D., Casazza, M.L. and Halstead, B.J., 2019. Demographic factors affecting population growth in giant gartersnakes. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 83(7), pp.1540-1551.
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This dataset includes data on the growth, fecundity, and survival of Giant Gartersnakes (Thamnophis gigas) in the Sacramento Valley of California from 1995-2017. In addition, the dataset includes R code to replicate the Integral Projection Model construction and analysis presented in the paper "Demographic drivers of population growth in a threatened snake" by Rose et al. published in Journal of Wildlife Management in 2019. These data support the following publication: Rose, J.P., Ersan, J.S., Wylie, G.D., Casazza, M.L. and Halstead, B.J., 2019. Demographic factors affecting population growth in giant gartersnakes. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 83(7), pp.1540-1551.
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