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A pattern-based tool for long-term, large-sample capture-mark-recapture studies of fire salamanders Salamandra species (Amphibia: Urodela: Salamandridae)

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A pattern-based tool for long-term, large-sample capture-mark-recapture studies of fire salamanders Salamandra species (Amphibia: Urodela: Salamandridae). / Speybroeck, Jeroen; Steenhoudt, Koen.

In: Acta Herpetologica, Vol. 12, Nr. 1, 2017, blz. 55-63.

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title = "A pattern-based tool for long-term, large-sample capture-mark-recapture studies of fire salamanders Salamandra species (Amphibia: Urodela: Salamandridae)",
abstract = "Solid population studies depend on reliable capture-mark-recapture (CMR) methodology. The availablemethods for such studies on amphibians are often invasive, unsuitable for long-term studies, time-consuming and/or expensive. We present a new software tool, connected to a MS Access database, ManderMatcher, for CMR studyof fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra and related species) by means of a robust matching algorithm using 44pattern characteristics. Metadata related to standardised counts (e.g., weather and lunar variables) as well as a myriadof individual sighting variables can be entered and saved as well. Application of the presented method to a databaseof 9,397 sighting records gathered over a period of eight years, as well as a random sample validation, demonstratethe accuracy of the applied matching algorithm. Differences with other methods are discussed. The program is madefreely available for download and widespread application is encouraged, especially given the contemporary context ofa fungal disease threatening survival of fire salamander populations.",
author = "Jeroen Speybroeck and Koen Steenhoudt",
year = "2017",
doi = "10.13128/Acta_Herpetol-20147",
language = "English",
volume = "12",
pages = "55--63",
journal = "Acta Herpetologica",
issn = "1827-9635",
publisher = "Firenze University Press",
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AU - Steenhoudt, Koen

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N2 - Solid population studies depend on reliable capture-mark-recapture (CMR) methodology. The availablemethods for such studies on amphibians are often invasive, unsuitable for long-term studies, time-consuming and/or expensive. We present a new software tool, connected to a MS Access database, ManderMatcher, for CMR studyof fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra and related species) by means of a robust matching algorithm using 44pattern characteristics. Metadata related to standardised counts (e.g., weather and lunar variables) as well as a myriadof individual sighting variables can be entered and saved as well. Application of the presented method to a databaseof 9,397 sighting records gathered over a period of eight years, as well as a random sample validation, demonstratethe accuracy of the applied matching algorithm. Differences with other methods are discussed. The program is madefreely available for download and widespread application is encouraged, especially given the contemporary context ofa fungal disease threatening survival of fire salamander populations.

AB - Solid population studies depend on reliable capture-mark-recapture (CMR) methodology. The availablemethods for such studies on amphibians are often invasive, unsuitable for long-term studies, time-consuming and/or expensive. We present a new software tool, connected to a MS Access database, ManderMatcher, for CMR studyof fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra and related species) by means of a robust matching algorithm using 44pattern characteristics. Metadata related to standardised counts (e.g., weather and lunar variables) as well as a myriadof individual sighting variables can be entered and saved as well. Application of the presented method to a databaseof 9,397 sighting records gathered over a period of eight years, as well as a random sample validation, demonstratethe accuracy of the applied matching algorithm. Differences with other methods are discussed. The program is madefreely available for download and widespread application is encouraged, especially given the contemporary context ofa fungal disease threatening survival of fire salamander populations.

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