Spatial Capture-Recapture Workshop in Banff

This course introduces key models used in the analysis of
spatially-explicit capture-recapture data using Bayesian and classical
(likelihood) methods. It closely follows material from the book
“Spatial Capture-Recapture” (Elsevier, 2014). The workshop will cover
basic model and data analysis concepts in R and the BUGS language
(using WinBUGS or JAGS), analysis of classical capture-recapture
models (models M0, Mb, Mh, etc…), concepts and methods of spatial
capture-recapture models and their analysis using the R package “oSCR”
and also using the BUGS language. Advanced topics will include open
population models and integrated population models



Andy Royle (USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center)

Richard Chandler (University of Georgia)

Angela Fuller (USGS and Cornell University)


Date: 12-14 March 2018 (3 days)


Location: Banff, Canada



USD$600 (normal rate) or USD$450 (student rate). Cost includes

breakfast, lunch, and refreshment breaks.





Registration information and additional information about the workshop

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