Ecology, Mark and recapture, Econometrics, Statistics and Context are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Biological dispersal and Extinction. Roger Pradel interconnects Tern, Endangered species and Sterna in the investigation of issues within Biological dispersal.
His research integrates issues of Greater flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber roseus and Bayesian probability, Bayesian inference in his study of Mark and recapture. His work on Covariate as part of general Econometrics research is frequently linked to Imperfect, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Animal migration, Population growth and Passerine in addition to Statistics.
Roger Pradel mostly deals with Ecology, Mark and recapture, Biological dispersal, Statistics and Econometrics. His research on Ecology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Population growth. Roger Pradel combines subjects such as Goodness of fit, Sampling, Population size and Threatened species with his study of Mark and recapture.
His studies in Biological dispersal integrate themes in fields like Zoology, Nest and Seabird. His work in the fields of Econometrics, such as Covariate, overlaps with other areas such as Context. His Reproduction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Breed and Life history theory.
His primary scientific interests are in Mark and recapture, Ecology, Goodness of fit, Fishery and Reproduction. His Mark and recapture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Test, Econometrics, Sampling, Threatened species and Biological dispersal. His study in the field of Flora is also linked to topics like Colonisation.
The concepts of his Goodness of fit study are interwoven with issues in Inference and Statistical model. His Fishery research incorporates elements of Prevalence, Selection and Biogeochemical cycle. His research in Reproduction intersects with topics in Life history, Life history theory and Myotis nattereri.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mark and recapture, Goodness of fit, Ecology, Sampling and Reproduction. The study of Mark and recapture is intertwined with the study of Livestock in a number of ways. His research investigates the connection between Goodness of fit and topics such as Inference that intersect with issues in Ecology.
In his articles, Roger Pradel combines various disciplines, including Ecology and Ichthyosaura alpestris. The various areas that Roger Pradel examines in his Sampling study include Test and Econometrics. His Covariate study in the realm of Econometrics connects with subjects such as Survival probability.
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Utilization of capture-mark-recapture for the study of recruitment and population growth rate.
U‐CARE: Utilities for performing goodness of fit tests and manipulating CApture–REcapture data
RÃ©mi Choquet;Jean-Dominique Lebreton;Olivier Gimenez;Anne-Marie Reboulet.
CAPTURE-RECAPTURE SURVIVAL MODELS TAKING ACCOUNT OF TRANSIENTS
Roger Pradel;James E. Hines;Jean-Dominique Lebreton;James D. Nichols.
Program E-Surge: A Software Application for Fitting Multievent Models
Rémi Choquet;Lauriane Rouan;Roger Pradel.
Multievent: an extension of multistate capture-recapture models to uncertain states.
Multistate recapture models: Modelling incomplete individual histories
Jean-Dominique Lebreton;Roger Pradel.
Journal of Applied Statistics (2002)
Assessing the impact of climate variation on survival in vertebrate populations
Vladimir Grosbois;Olivier Gimenez;J.M. Gaillard;R. Pradel.
Biological Reviews (2008)
Modeling Individual Animal Histories with Multistate Capture–Recapture Models
Jean‐Dominique Lebreton;James D. Nichols;Richard J. Barker;Roger Pradel.
Advances in Ecological Research (2009)
Roe deer survival patterns: a comparative analysis of contrasting populations
Gaillard Jean-Michel;Daniel Delorme;Boutin Jean-Marie;Guy Van Laere.
Journal of Animal Ecology (1993)
Flexibility in Survival Analysis from Recapture Data: Handling Trap-Dependence
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