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Time-series Analysis for Monitoring Indicator Species

Duration

July 2012 - August 2015

Narrative

Throughout the world, monitoring surveys produce count data that are used to provide essential information for understanding, restoring, and managing natural populations. Indicator species are typically monitored to assess changes in their status or distribution (e.g., to evaluate the effects of natural and anthropogenic stressors on the spatio-temporal dynamics of populations). Initially, this project will involve discussing management or monitoring situations with partner agencies. Specifically, this research project will involve analysis of priority data as identified by the US FWS. An overarching research goal for this project is to advance time-series analysis for monitoring of important indicator species.

 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 100

Masters Students: 236

Phd Students: 155

Post Docs: 57

University Staff: 246

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 712

Scientific Publications: 1967

Presentations: 4391

 

Personnel

  • Brian IrwinPrincipal Investigator
  • Cassandra JanschStudent

Funding Agencies

  • USGS

Links

Cooperative Research Units Program Headquarters Cooperators

  1. U.S. Geological Survey