• Efficient estimation of large-scale spatial capture–recapture models 

      Turek, Daniel; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Ergon, Torbjørn; Brøseth, Henrik; Dupont, Pierre; Bischof, Richard; de Valpine, Perry (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Capture–recapture methods are a common tool in ecological statistics, which have beenextended to spatial capture–recapture models for data accompanied by location information. However,standard formulations of these models ...
    • Estimating abundance with interruptions in data collection using open population spatial capture–recapture models 

      Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Dupont, Pierre; Chipperfield, Joseph; Turek, Daniel; Brøseth, Henrik; Gimenez, Olivier; de Valpine, Perry; Bischof, Richard (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The estimation of population size remains one of the primary goals and challenges in ecology and provides a basis for debate and policy in wildlife management. Despite the development of efficient noninvasive sampling ...
    • Estimating and forecasting spatial population dynamics of apex predators using transnational genetic monitoring 

      Bischof, Richard; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Dupont, Pierre; Chipperfield, Joseph; Tourani, Mahdieh; Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; de Valpine, Perry; Turek, Daniel; Royle, J. Andrew; Gimenez, Olivier; Flagstad, Øystein; Åkesson, Mikael; Svensson, Linn; Brøseth, Henrik; Kindberg, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The ongoing recovery of terrestrial large carnivores in North America and Europe is accompanied by intense controversy. On the one hand, reestablishment of large carnivores entails a recovery of their most important ...