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Can demographic parameters be estimated from capture-recapture data on small grids? A test with forest rodents

Bibliographic reference Schlesser, Marianne ; Le Boulengé, Éric ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas. Can demographic parameters be estimated from capture-recapture data on small grids? A test with forest rodents. In: Acta Theriologica, Vol. 47, no. 3, p. 323-332 (2002)
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