Eleni gave a seminar at Sheffield

Eleni gave a seminar on the 15th of March 2017 as part of the Ecology, Evolution and Environment seminar series at the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield.

Title: Modelling phenology for marked and unmarked populations

Abstract: In this seminar I will discuss fairly recent models for capture-recapture and for count data that enable us to estimate, among other things, phenology of wildlife populations. The methods explored will include classical as well as Bayesian parametric and non-parametric approaches. They will be demonstrated using data on breeding great crested newts, migrating reed warblers, bivoltine butterfly species , bumblebees from the citizen science scheme BeeWalk as well as data on anglers in Norway.