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A general methodology for maximum likelihood inference from band-recovery data

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A general methodology for maximum likelihood inference from band-recovery data; 1984; Article; Journal; Biometrics; Conroy, M.J.; Williams, B.K.

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A numerical procedure is described for obtaining maximum likelihood estimates and associated maximum likelihood inference from band- recovery data. The method is used to illustrate previously developed one-age-class band-recovery models, and is extended to new models, including the analysis with a covariate for survival rates and variable-time-period recovery models. Extensions to R-age-class band- recovery, mark-recapture models, and twice-yearly marking are discussed. A FORTRAN program provides computations for these models.

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