PS 88 - Latebreaking: Statistics

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Estimating abundance of an open population with an N -mixture model using auxiliary data on animal movements¬†
Alison C. Ketz, Colorado State University; Therese L. Johnson, National Park Service; Ryan Monello, National Park Service; John A. Mack, National Park Service; Janet L. George, Colorado Parks and Wildlife; Benjamin R. Kraft, Colorado Parks and Wildlife; Margaret Wild, National Park Service; Mevin B. Hooten, U.S. Geological Survey; N. Thompson Hobbs, Colorado State University
 How common and acceptable are questionable research practices in ecology and evolution?
Fiona Fidler, University of Melbourne; Tim Parker, Whitman College; Shinichi Nakagawa, The University of New South Wales; Ashley Barnett, The University of Melbourne; Hannah Fraser, The University of Melbourne; Steve Kambouris, The University of Melbourne
 Detecting broad-scale spatial regime shifts using information theory
Jessica L. Burnett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Nathaniel B. Price, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Caleb P. Roberts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Craig R. Allen, University of Nebraska; David Angeler, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Tarsha Eason, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska; Andrew J. Tyre, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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