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Deer Behavior Affects Density Estimates With Camera Traps, but Is Outweighed by Spatial Variability

Henrich, Maik ; Hartig, Florian ; Dormann, Carsten F. ; Kühl, Hjalmar S. ; Peters, Wibke ; Franke, Frederik ; Peterka, Tomáš ; Šustr, Pavel ; Heurich, Marco


Density is a key trait of populations and an essential parameter in ecological research, wildlife conservation and management. Several models have been developed to estimate population density based on camera trapping data, including the random encounter model (REM) and camera trap distance sampling (CTDS). Both models need to account for variation in animal behavior that depends, for example, on ...


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