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Title: Incorporating detection uncertainty into presence-absence surveys for marbled murrelet

Author: Stauffer, Howard B.; Ralph, C. John; Miller, Sherri L.;

Date: 2002

Source: Pages 357-365 in: J. Michael Scott, Patricia J. Heglund, Michael L. Morrison, Jonathan B. Haufler, Martin G. Raphael, William A. Wall, and Fred B. Samson, editors. Prediction species occurrences: issues of scale and accuracy. Island Press, Covello, CA

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Stauffer, Howard B.; Ralph, C. John; Miller, Sherri L. 2002. Incorporating detection uncertainty into presence-absence surveys for marbled murrelet. Pages 357-365 in: J. Michael Scott, Patricia J. Heglund, Michael L. Morrison, Jonathan B. Haufler, Martin G. Raphael, William A. Wall, and Fred B. Samson, editors. Prediction species occurrences: issues of scale and accuracy. Island Press, Covello, CA

 


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