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Modeling heterogeneity in survival rates of banded waterfowl. (English) Zbl 0819.62086
Summary: A model is presented that incorporates time-specific recovery rates and heterogeneous survival rates. This model constitutes an extension of the family of models presented by {\it D. Brownie} et al. [Statistical inference from band-recovery data -- A handbook. 2nd ed. (1985)]. Numerical studies of the model under known amounts of heterogeneity investigate issues of identifiability, bias, and precision. Additional work under time-specific variation in survival rates investigates the properties of the estimation procedure. We provide an example and the theoretical foundation for extensions to other models in the Brownie et al. framework.
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62P10Applications of statistics to biology and medical sciences
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