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Integrating growth and capture–mark–recapture models reveals size‐dependent survival in an elusive species

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Rose, J. P., G. D. Wylie, M. L. Casazza, and B. J. Halstead. 2018. Integrating growth and capture–mark–recapture models reveals size‐dependent survival in an elusive species. Ecosphere 9(8):e02384. 10.1002/ecs2.2384

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Survival is a key vital rate for projecting the viability of wild populations. Estimating survival is difficult for many rare or elusive species because recapture rates of marked individuals are low, and the ultimate fate of individuals is unknown. Low recapture rates for many species have made it difficult to accurately estimate survival, and to evaluate the importance of individual and environmental covariates for survival. Individual covariates such as size are particularly difficult to include in capture–mark–recapture models for elusive species because the state of the individual is unknown during periods when it is not captured. Here, we integrate a von Bertalanffy growth model with a multi‐state robust‐design Cormack‐Jolly‐Seber [...]

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