Online resources to accompany the McCrea & Morgan text

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Book Synopsis

Written for researchers and graduate students in statistics, ecology, demography, and the social sciences, this book covers the many modern developments of capture-recapture and related methods. Capture-recapture methods are used to estimate the mortality and size of wild animal populations, and also have application in areas such as epidemiology and sociology. The book covers model formulation and applications, including the technicalities of model diagnostics and checking. The authors provide a wide range of real examples to demonstrate the complexities that arise when describing extensive modern data. The book contains 130 exercises designed to complement and extend the text and help readers to assimilate the material.

About the Authors

Rachel S. McCrea is a NERC research fellow and Lecturer in Statistics at the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science at the University of Kent.

Byron J.T. Morgan is an Emeritus professor and honorary professorial research fellow at the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science at the University of Kent. He is co-Director of the National Centre for Statistical Ecology.

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