Members of SE@K group attended ISEC from 27th June to 1st July. Some went to South Africa to attend in person others attended virtually.
Eleni, Alex and Ioannis gave a half day workshop on Modelling environmental DNA data.
Eleni presented work on Capture recapture models with heterogeneous temporary.
Alex gave a talk on A unifying modelling framework for metabarcoding data.
Rachel talked on Model selection for integrated population models: selecting age structure with multiple data types.
James’ presentation was on Accounting for varying spatial scales in the production of UK butterfly abundance estimates.
Diana talked about Bayesian Identifiability in Ecological Models.
Fay presented work on Assessing the success of reintroductions whilst accounting for multispecies populations.
Bryon talked about Fitting dynamic occupancy models to very large occurrence data sets using hidden Markov models.