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Integrated Population Modelling Workshop, London 24 Sep 2012


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Integrated Population Modelling

Monday 24th September 2012

 

This is a joint meeting of the Environmental Statistics Section (ESS) of the Royal Statistical Society (RSS), British and Irish region of the Biometric Society and the Computational Ecology Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society (BES).

 

The meeting will be held at Charles Darwin House, in London.

 

Programme

 

11.00-11.30 Registration

 

11.30-12.30 Tutorial Talk on Integrated Population Modelling by Takis Besbeas (Athens University of Business and Economics, University of Kent)

 

12.30-13.50 Lunch and Poster Session

 

13.50-14.30 Recent Developments in Integrated Population Modelling by Takis Besbeas (Athens University of Business and Economics, University of Kent)

 

14.30-15.10 Combining demographic and population count data to estimate immigration rate and the strength of density dependence, by Fitsum Abadie (Centre D'Ecologie Fonctionnelle & Evolutive)

 

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break

 

15.40-16.20 State-space modeling reveals the proximate causes of harbour seal population declines by Jason Matthiopoulos (University of St. Andrews)

 

16.20-17.00 Dynamic probabilistic models for predicting regime shifts in fish populations, by Allan Tucker (Brunel University)

 

17.00-17.20 Discussion led by Byron Morgan (University of Kent)

 

Abstracts and poster titles are available at: http://bir.biometricsociety.org/events/integratedpopmodelling

 

Cost:

Member of Biometric/Royal Statistical Society/British Ecological Society: £40

Student Member: £15

Non-Member: £60

 

Register Online

 

Poster Session:

We invite the presentation of posters on integrated population modelling at the meeting. Posters can be on the statistical modelling, on the ecological data or a mixture of both. If you wish to present a poster please email your poster title to Diana Cole (d.j.cole@kent.ac.uk).

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