William A. Link
William A. Link
USGS Eastern Environmental Science Center (Emeritus)
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The North American breeding bird survey, results and analysis 1966-2015
J Sauer, D Niven, J Hines, D Ziolkowski Jr, KL Pardieck, JE Fallon, W Link
Tigers and their prey: predicting carnivore densities from prey abundance
KU Karanth, JD Nichols, NS Kumar, WA Link, JE Hines
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (14), 4854-4858, 2004
Suggestions for presenting the results of data analyses
DR Anderson, WA Link, DH Johnson, KP Burnham
The journal of wildlife management, 373-378, 2001
Observer differences in the North American breeding bird survey
JR Sauer, BG Peterjohn, WA Link
The Auk 111 (1), 50-62, 1994
The North American breeding bird survey, results and analysis 1966–2009
JR Sauer, JE Hines, JE Fallon, KL Pardieck, DJ Ziolkowski Jr, WA Link
Version 3 (2011), 1966-2009, 2011
Bayesian inference: with ecological applications
WA Link, RJ Barker
Academic Press, 2009
Model weights and the foundations of multimodel inference
WA Link, RJ Barker
Ecology 87 (10), 2626-2635, 2006
On thinning of chains in MCMC
WA Link, MJ Eaton
Methods in ecology and evolution 3 (1), 112-115, 2012
Individual covariation in life-history traits: seeing the trees despite the forest
E Cam, WA Link, EG Cooch, JY Monnat, E Danchin
The American Naturalist 159 (1), 96-105, 2002
Generalized site occupancy models allowing for false positive and false negative errors
JA Royle, WA Link
Ecology 87 (4), 835-841, 2006
Nonidentifiability of population size from capture‐recapture data with heterogeneous detection probabilities
WA Link
Biometrics 59 (4), 1123-1130, 2003
The North American breeding bird survey 1966–2011: summary analysis and species accounts
JR Sauer, WA Link, JE Fallon, KL Pardieck, DJ Ziolkowski Jr
North American Fauna, 1-32, 2013
Estimating population change from count data: application to the North American Breeding Bird Survey
WA Link, JR Sauer
Ecological applications 8 (2), 258-268, 1998
Analysis of the North American breeding bird survey using hierarchical models
JR Sauer, WA Link
The Auk 128 (1), 87-98, 2011
Analysis of multinomial models with unknown index using data augmentation
JA Royle, RM Dorazio, WA Link
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 16 (1), 67-85, 2007
A hierarchical analysis of population change with application to Cerulean Warblers
WA Link, JR Sauer
Ecology 83 (10), 2832-2840, 2002
Of BUGS and birds: Markov chain Monte Carlo for hierarchical modeling in wildlife research
WA Link, E Cam, JD Nichols, EG Cooch
The Journal of wildlife management, 277-291, 2002
On the reliability of N‐mixture models for count data
RJ Barker, MR Schofield, WA Link, JR Sauer
Biometrics 74 (1), 369-377, 2018
Estimating breeding proportions and testing hypotheses about costs of reproduction with capture‐recapture data
JD Nichols, JE Hines, KH Pollock, RL Hinz, WA Link
Ecology 75 (7), 2052-2065, 1994
The first 50 years of the North American breeding bird survey
JR Sauer, KL Pardieck, DJ Ziolkowski Jr, AC Smith, MAR Hudson, ...
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119 (3), 576-593, 2017
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