Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling (CREEM) Technical report series
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Evaluating the effect of measurement error in pairs of 3D bearings in point transect sampling estimates of density (University of St Andrews, 2018-03-27) - Report
(CREEM, University of St Andrews, 2009) - ReportDuring the month of March, four survey methods were applied to the SPA at Camarthen Bay. WWT staff carried out visual aerial surveys using distance sampling methodology (Camphuysen et al. 2004). Visual shore-based counts ...
(CREEM, University of St Andrews, 2008) - Report
Incorporating Model Uncertainty into the Sequential Importance Sampling Framework using a Model Averaging Approach, or Trans-Dimensional Sequential Importance Sampling. (CREEM, University of St Andrews, 2007) - ReportA sequential Bayesian Monte Carlo approach is proposed in which model space can be explored during the Sequential Importance Sampling (SIS, a.k.a. Particle Filtering) fitting process. The algorithm allows model space to ...
(CREEM, University of St Andrews, 2007) - ReportMaximum likelihood methods are developed which accommodate intermittent animal availability of animals on line transect surveys. Existing 'availability bias' correction methods are shown to be inadequate in general. The ...