Biases in the estimation of the demographic parameters of a snowshoe hare population
Article first published online: 25 DEC 2001
Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume 68, Issue 3, pages 501–512, May 1999
How to Cite
Haydon, Daniel. T., Gillis, Elizabeth. A., Stefan, Carol. I. and Krebs, Charles. J. (1999), Biases in the estimation of the demographic parameters of a snowshoe hare population. Journal of Animal Ecology, 68: 501–512. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2656.1999.00309.x
- Issue published online: 25 DEC 2001
- Article first published online: 25 DEC 2001
- 1996 Robustness of capture-recapture estimators to sample biases in a cyclic snowshoe hare population. Journal of Applied Ecology, 68, 530 542. &
- 1984 Effect of late winter food addition on numbers and movements of snowshoe hares. Oecologia, 68, 393 400.
- 1986 Estimating survival rates of snowshoe hares. Journal of Wildlife Management, 68, 592 594. &
- 1986 Proximate causes of losses in a snowshoe hare population. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 68, 606 610. , , ,
- 1979 Reproductive changes in the 10-year cycle of snowshoe hares. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 68, 375 390. &
- 1989Matrix Population Models: Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.
- 1999 Survival of juvenile hares during a cyclic population increase. Canadian Journal of Zoology, in press.
- 1940 Studies on a population cycle of snowshoe hares on the Lake Alexander area. II. Mortality according to age groups and seasons. Journal of Wildlife Management, 68, 267 278. &
- 1985Probability and Statistical Inference, 68: Probability.Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
- 1990 Dynamics of Snowshoe Hare Populations. Current Mammology (ed. H. H.Genoways), pp. 119 195. Plenum Press, New York.
- 1984 Demography and ecology of a declining snowshoe hare population. Wildlife Monographs, 68, 1 43. , , ,
- 1978 a demographic analysis of the snowshoe hare cycle. Wildlife Monographs, 68, 1 70. &
- 1992 What drives the snowshoe hare cycle in Canada's Yukon? Wildlife 2001: Populations (eds D. R.McCullough & R. H.Barrett), pp. 886 896. Elsevier Applied Science, London. , , , , , , , ,
- 1995 Impact of food and predation on the snowshoe hare cycle. Science, 68, 1112 1115. , , , , , , ,
- 1986 Population biology of snowshoe hares. I. Demography of food-supplemented populations in the southern Yukon. 1976–84. Journal of Animal Ecology, 68, 963 982. , , , ,
- 1968 Demographic parameters of a snowshoe hare population. Journal of Wildlife Management, 68, 812 834. &
- 1991 the influence of snow on lynx and coyote movements: does morphology affect behavior? Oecologia, 68, 463 469. &
- 1994 Early survival of juvenile snowshoe hares. Ecology, 68, 1582 1592.
- 1992 Effects of supplemental food on snowshoe hare reproduction and juvenile growth at a cyclic population peak. Journal of Animal Ecology, 68, 631 641. &
- 1989 Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design. Journal of Wildlife Management, 68, 7 15. , , ,
- 1995 Estimation of animal abundance when capture probabilities are low and heterogeneous. Journal of Wildlife Management, 68, 252 261. , ,
- 1996 Sensitivity of willow grouse Lagopus lagopus population dynamics to variations in demographic parameters. Wildlife Biology, 68, 27 35. &
- 1998Reproduction and Pre-Weaning Survival in a Cyclic Population of Snowshoe Hares. MSc Thesis. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
- 1995 Life cycle trade-offs in matrix population models. Ecology, 68, 2482 2489.
- 1982 Capture-Recapture and Removal Methods for Sampling Closed Populations. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico. , ,