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Maps, Models, and Tools for Bird Conservation Planning


Farnsworth, G. L., K. H. Pollock, J. D. Nichols, T. R. Simons, J. E. Hines, and J. R. Sauer. 2002. A removal model for estimating detection probabilities from point-count surveys. Auk 119:414-425.

Fox, T. J., J. J. Rohweder, K. P. Kenow, C. E. Korschgen, and H. C. DeHaan. 2003. Geographic Information System Tools for Conservation Planning: User's Manual. USGS/BRD/ITR-2003-0005. U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Washington, D. C. 4 p. + Appendixes A-B + CD-ROM pp.

Link, W. A., and J. R. Sauer. 1997. Estimation of population trajectories from count data. Biometrics 53:488-497.

Link, W. A., and J. R. Sauer. 2002. A hierarchical analysis of population change with application to Cerulean Warblers. Ecology 83:2832-284

Ruth, J. M., D. R. Petit, J. R. Sauer, M. D. Samuel, F. A. Johnson, M. D. Fornwall, C. E. Korschgen, and J. P. Bennett. 2003. Science for avian conservation: priorities for the new millennium. Auk 120:204-211.

Sauer, J. R., J. E. Fallon, and R. Johnson. 2003. Use of North American Breeding Bird Survey data to estimate population change for bird conservation regions. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:372-389.

Sauer, J. R., and W. A. Link. 2002. Hierarchical modeling of population stability and species group attributes using Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods. Ecology 83:1743-1751.

Sauer, J. R., W. A. Link, and J. D. Nichols. 2003. Estimation of change in populations and communities from monitoring survey data. Pages 227-253 in D. E. Busch and J. C. Trexler, editors. Monitoring Ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC USA.

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