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Post-release stratification in band-recovery models. (English) Zbl 0707.62242
Summary: {\it C. Brownie} et al. [Statistical inference from band-recovery data - a handbook, 2nd edition, Washington, D.C. (1985)] present methodology for the analysis of band-recovery data when all animals are assumed to behave independently and all animals are homogeneous with respect to annual survival and band-recovery rates. We extend these results and investigate band-recovery models in cases where stratum assignment takes place after the banded animals are released, usually at recovery time, and each stratum may have different annual survival rates or band-recovery rates or both. Estimation under four possible models is examined. Tests to distinguish among models, the asymptotic power of the tests, and goodness-of-fit tests for each model are also developed. The methods are applied to band-recoveries of North American mallards by flyways.
62P10Applications of statistics to biology and medical sciences
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