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Abstract: Data sets in which animals are identified individually in different places and times may contain considerable information on movements. However, if the probability that an animal is reidentified depends on its movement pattern, then standard methods of analyzing movement are not applicable. I show that modifications of maximum likelihood methods, in which the identifications themselves establish the spatial and temporal distribution of effort, can be used to derive movement parameters in three situations: (1) … Show more

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