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207 * Tue, 8/4/2020, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Virtual
Ecology and Animal Movement — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Nathan Wikle, Pennsylvania State University
A Generalized Nonlinear Modeling Approach Can Solve the Prediction Problem for Data from Species-Stratified Use-Availability Designs
Nels Johnson, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Matthew Williams, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation; Erin Riordan, University of Arizona
A Bayesian Spatio-Temporal Model for Collective Movement
Shuwan Wang, University of Missouri; Athanasios Micheas, University of Missouri; Christopher Wikle, University of Missouri
State Space Assessment on the Impact of Sea Surface Temperature on Fishing Effort in Continental US Exclusive Economic Zone
Mingzhao Hu, University of California, Santa Barbara; Qutu Jiang, Ocean College, Zhejiang University
Modeling Migratory and Non-Migratory Movement of Golden Eagles
Elizabeth Eisenhauer, Pennsylvania State University; Ephraim Hanks, The Pennsylvania State University
Using State-Space Models on Repeated Wildlife Count Surveys
Mark C. Otto, Fish and Wildlife Service
A Bayesian Non-Parametric Approach for Animal Movement: Application to Elk Movement in the GYE
Sahar Zarmehri, Penn State; Ephraim Hanks, The Pennsylvania State University; Lin Lin, The Pennsylvania State University
Two-Stage Bayesian Approach for Fitting Animal Movement Models
Hanna M McCaslin, Colorado State University; Abigail M Feuka, Colorado State University; Mevin Hooten, Colorado State University
An Integrated Population Model for Spatial Capture-Recapture and Distance Sampling Data
Narmadha Mohankumar, Kansas State University; Trevor J Hefley, Kansas State University; Katy Silber, Kansas State University; W. Alice Boyle, Kansas State University