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Title: Workshop on new developments in cetacean survey methods
Authors: Borchers, David Louis
Thomas, Len
Buckland, Stephen Terrence
Skaug, Hans
Barlow, Jay
Keywords: QL Zoology
QA Mathematics
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Borchers , D L , Thomas , L , Buckland , S T , Skaug , H & Barlow , J 2011 , Workshop on new developments in cetacean survey methods . CREEM Technical Report , no. 2011-3 , University of St Andrews .
Series/Report no.: CREEM Technical Report
Abstract: This report contains the slides from a workshop on New Developments in Cetacean Survey Methods held on 27th November 2011 at the 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida. Review talks were given on Passive Acoustic Density Estimation (Len Thomas); Dealing with g(0)<1: Perception Bias (Stephen Buckland); Dealing with g(0)<1: Availability Bias (Hans Skaug); Dealing with Measurement Error (David Borchers); and Density Surface Modelling (Jay Barlow). The sessions were followed by a discussion, and this is summarized at the end of the report.
Version: Other
Type: Report
Publisher: University of St Andrews
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St Andrews Sustainablity Institute Research
Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling (CREEM) Research
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