Simulated line transect survey of duck nests, designed to reproduce the data of Figure 2 in Anderson and Pospahala (1970).
A data frame with 534 rows and 7 variables
||strata names (single stratum in this instance)|
||size of refuge (0 in this case, actual size 60km^2)|
||length of transects (km)|
||perpendicular distance (m)|
||name of wildlife refuge|
The Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge is in southern Colorado in the USA at an altitude of roughly 2400m.
Simulated data, from the distance sampling introductory course, Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling, University of St Andrews.
Anderson, D. R., and R. S. Pospahala. 1970. Correction of bias in belt transect studies of immotile objects. The Journal of Wildlife Management 34 (1): 141–146. https://doi.org/10.2307/3799501
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