Journal article

Exploring the consequences of reducing survey effort for detecting individual and temporal variability in survival

Jose J Lahoz-Monfort, Michael P Harris, Byron JT Morgan, Stephen N Freeman, Sarah Wanless

Journal of Applied Ecology | WILEY-BLACKWELL | Published : 2014

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by EPSRC/NERC


Awarded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council


Awarded by Natural Environment Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

J.J.L.-M. was funded by EPSRC/NERC Grant EP/1000917/1 and by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. We thank the many people who helped with data collection on the Isle of May, particularly Mark Newell. Part of the fieldwork was funded by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee's integrated Seabird Monitoring Programme. Scottish Natural Heritage allowed us to work on the Isle of May. Ring recoveries come from the BTO Ringing Scheme, funded by a partnership of the British Trust for Ornithology, the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (on behalf of Natural England, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Countryside Council for Wales and also on behalf of the Council for Nature Conservation and the Countryside in Northern Ireland), The National Parks and Wildlife Service (Ireland) and the ringers themselves. We thank the associate editor and two anonymous referees for comments on an earlier version of the paper.