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Capture-recapture analysis of a wintering Black-capped Chickadee population in Connecticut, 1958-1993
Spatial and temporal factors affecting survival in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in the Pacific Northwest
Mark-release-recapture experiments with Anopheles gambiae s.l. in Banambani Village, Mali, to determine population size and structure
Identifying sources of heterogeneity in capture probabilities: an example using the Great Tit Parus major
Estimating population size of grizzly bears using hair capture, DNA profiling, and mark-recapture analysis
Simultaneous use of mark-recapture and radiotelemetry to estimate survival, movement, and capture rates
Modelling heterogeneity in the recoveries of marked animal populations with covariates of individual animals, groups of animals or recovery time
Spatio-temporal distribution of Mycobacterium boris (bovine tuberculosis) infection in a high-density badger population
Some interesting information from tagging returns for the riverbream, Acanthopagrus berda, in the Kosi lakes, Kwazulu/Natal
These data were compiled as part of a larger study to evaluate post-stocking survival of hatchery-reared Roundtail Chub. We conducted a two year study (Dec. 2015 – Mar. 2017) in the upper Verde River at the Burnt Ranch stocking location near Paulden, Arizona. Young of year Roundtail Chub were acquired from the Arizona Research and Conservation Center in Cornville, Arizona. Passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags (BioMark, 12.5 mm 134.2 kHz FDX) were implanted into Roundtail Chub each year (n = 333, Year 1; n = 2177, Year 2) prior to stocking. Each year, fish were measured (total length, TL, mm) before release (reflected in Pre-Stocking data table). We used two methods to recapture stocked fish, one passive and...
These data were compiled to examine rates of skipped migration in adult humpback chub that spawn in the Little Colorado River (LCR). These data include mark-recapture information from the lower 13.56 kilometers of the LCR and from the Colorado River, from river kilometer 105.5-145.7 downstream of Glen Canyon Dam. Data also include detections from a multiplexer array (MUX) that is located in the LCR and from submersible PIT tag antennas that are deployed in parts of the Colorado River. These data are capture histories that include both spring and fall sampling events that occurred between spring 2009 and spring 2019. Capture histories can include information about size (small adults being 200-249mm total length and...