Detectability and impact of repetitive surveys on threatened West African crocodylians Article

Ahizi, Michel N, Kouman, Christine Y, Ouattara, Allassane et al. (2021). Detectability and impact of repetitive surveys on threatened West African crocodylians . ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 11(21), 15062-15076. 10.1002/ece3.8188

Open Access International Collaboration

cited authors

  • Ahizi, Michel N; Kouman, Christine Y; Ouattara, Allassane; Kouame, N'Dri Pascal; Dede, Azani; Fairet, Emilie; Shirley, Matthew H

publication date

  • November 1, 2021

published in

keywords

  • AMERICAN ALLIGATORS
  • ANURAN DETECTION
  • BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
  • Cote d'Ivoire
  • Crocodylus
  • DETECTION PROBABILITIES
  • ESTIMATING ABUNDANCE
  • ESTIMATING SITE OCCUPANCY
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Sciences & Ecology
  • Evolutionary Biology
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • MARK-RECAPTURE
  • MODEL SELECTION
  • Mecistops
  • NILE CROCODILES
  • SPOTLIGHT SURVEYS
  • Science & Technology
  • cataphractus
  • detection probability
  • niloticus
  • suchus
  • wariness

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

publisher

  • WILEY

start page

  • 15062

end page

  • 15076

volume

  • 11

issue

  • 21