Program MARK Workshop

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Monday, January 12, 2015

Program MARK Workshop

Monday, January 12, 2015 8:00 AM - Thursday, January 15, 2015 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Louisiana State University
School of Renewable Natural Resources, Room 227
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803
United States

225-578-4192
Phone: 2255784192
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Description

This ​introductory-level ​MARK ​workshop ​will ​provide ​research ​biologists ​and ​graduate ​students ​with ​the ​basic ​background ​to ​understand ​the ​analyses ​performed ​by ​Program ​MARK ​and ​the ​familiarity ​with ​the ​program ​to ​perform ​these ​analyses. ​Workshop ​topics ​during ​the ​first ​1.5 ​days ​will ​include ​the ​basics ​of ​parameter ​estimation, ​model ​selection ​with ​Akaike's ​Information ​Criterion ​(AIC), ​and ​the ​binomial ​and ​multinomial ​distributions. ​For ​the ​rest ​of ​the ​workshop ​we ​will ​cover ​specific ​applications, ​including ​Cormack-Jolly-Seber ​(CJS), ​band ​(tag ​or ​ring) ​recovery, ​multi-state, ​and ​known ​fate ​models. ​Additional ​models ​(closed ​captures, ​robust ​designs, ​occupancy) ​will ​be ​described ​and ​outlined ​so ​that ​participants ​will ​understand ​the ​benefits ​of ​these ​models.
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