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Prof. dr hab. Przemysław Busse

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Lorenzo Fornasari (Italy)
Wulf Gatter (Germany)
Wojciech Kania (Poland)
Vladimir Payevsky (Russia)
Pertti Saurola (Finland)
Reuven Yosef (Israel)

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   THE RING, Vol. 13, No 1-2, 1990

CONTENTS:

Proceedings of the EURING Technical Conference and Meeting of the Mathematical Ecology Group of the Biometric Society (British Region) and British Ecological Society

THE STATISTICAL INVESTIGATION OF AVIAN POPULATION DYNAMICS USING DATA FROM RINGING RECOVERIES AND LIVE RECAPTURES OF MARKED BIRDS

Introduction by the Editor
(page 7)

List of participants
(page 8)

P. M. NORTH
Analysis of avian ring recovery and live recapture data: where have we come from Wageningen to Sempach?
(page 11)

K. H. LAKHANI
Choice of models for estimating age-specific bird survival rates using data from ringing recoveries
(page 23)

B. S. EBBINGE and H. VAN DER VOET
Have all Barnacle Geese (Branta leucopsis) the same probability of being sighted? Implications for estimation of survival rate
(page 37)

H. GITAY, A. D. FOX and S.C. RIDGILL
Survival estimates of Teal (Anas crecca) ringed at three stations in Britain
(page 45)

General discussion of the Day 1, morning session papers
(page 59)

P. ROTHERY and P. A. PRINCE
Survival and breeding frequency in Albatrosses
(page 61)

H. NOER
Estimation of survival of Danish birds of prey before and after protection
(page 75)

W. J. PEACH, S. T. BUCKLAND and S. R. BAILLIE
Estimating survival rates using mark-recapture data from multiple ringing sites
(page 87)

H. GITAY, A. D. FOX and H. BOYD
Analysis of historical Pink-Footed Goose ringing-recovery data
(page 103)

A. HEDENSTROM
The Swedish Ringing Book Project (Discussion only)
(page 113)

K. P. BURNHAM
Survival analysis of recovery data from birds ringed as young: efficiency of analyses when numbers ringed are not known
(page 115)

R. E. GREEN, S. R. BAILLIE and M. I. AVERY
Can ringing recoveries help to explain the population dynamics of British Terns? (Extended abstract)
(page 133)

S. N. FREEMAN and P. M. NORTH
Estimation of survival rates of British, Irish and French Grey Herons
(page 139)

J. B. HULSCHER
Survival of Oystercatchers during hard winter weather
(page 167)

M. J. CONROY and J. E. HINES
Flexible models for analysing ring recovery data to estimate survival rates
(page 173)

R. PRADEL, J. CLOBERT and J-D. LEBERTON
Recent developments for the analysis of capture-recapture multiple data sets. An example concerning two Blue-Tit populations
(page 193)

T. SZÉP
Estimation of abundance and survival rate from capture-recapture data of Sand Martin (Riparia riparia) ringing
(page 205)

General discussion of the Day 2 papers
(page 215)

S. E. PIPER
Dispersal, nomadism and conservation in the Cape Vulture (Abstract)
(page 217)

N. HOLMGREN and S. LUNDBERG
Evolution of migration patterns in dominance structured populations (Abstract)
(page 219)

P. BUSSE
Studies of long-tern population dynamics based on ringing data
(page 221)

L. G. UNDERHILL
Bayesian estimation of the size of closed populations
(page 235)

J. RINNE, H. LOKKI and P. SAUROLA
Survival estimates of nestling recoveries: forbidden fruits of ringing?
(page 255)

S. N. FREEMAN and B. J. T. MORGAN
Studies in the analysis of ring-recovery data
(page 271)

Concluding discussion
(page 289)

References
(page 293)