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Minimum time required to detect population trends: the need for long-term monitoring programs

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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: If you missed my talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends, you can read th…
RT @noamross: .@eastonrwhite on time needed to monitor organisms to detect population trends. Uses Global Pop. Dynamics DB to examine how t…
RT @eastonrwhite: If you missed my talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends, you can read th…
RT @eastonrwhite: If you missed my talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends, you can read th…
RT @eastonrwhite: If you missed my talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends, you can read th…
RT @eastonrwhite: My #ESA2018 talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends is starting. You can…
45 days ago
RT @noamross: .@eastonrwhite on time needed to monitor organisms to detect population trends. Uses Global Pop. Dynamics DB to examine how t…
RT @noamross: .@eastonrwhite on time needed to monitor organisms to detect population trends. Uses Global Pop. Dynamics DB to examine how t…
RT @noamross: .@eastonrwhite on time needed to monitor organisms to detect population trends. Uses Global Pop. Dynamics DB to examine how t…
45 days ago
.@eastonrwhite on time needed to monitor organisms to detect population trends. Uses Global Pop. Dynamics DB to examine how this varies across taxa. Life history traits poor predictors! But IUCN category does OK. Do your power analyses! Preprint: https://t.co/xriuzzTwFW #ESA2018 https://t.co/0funrRhUAn
If you missed my talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends, you can read the preprint here: https://t.co/gweMR10Gq5 #ESA2018
45 days ago
RT @eastonrwhite: My #ESA2018 talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends is starting. You can…
RT @eastonrwhite: My #ESA2018 talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends is starting. You can…
My #ESA2018 talk on determining the minimum time series length required to detect population trends is starting. You can also read the #preprint of the work here https://t.co/gweMR10Gq5 #openscience https://t.co/qV1EWpEVQF
RT @eastonrwhite: My article on determining the minimum time series required to determine long-term population trends is still in review. B…
My article on determining the minimum time series required to determine long-term population trends is still in review. But you can download the latest preprint here https://t.co/BJmOEORFE1 #openscience @PeerJPreprints https://t.co/bEIqm2MzPZ
55 days ago
Minimum time required to detect population trends: the need for long-term monitoring programs https://t.co/6HXyHJ3pve
It is not about insects, but I have a new preprint out on how long a time series should be to ensure high enough statistical power to detect population trends https://t.co/gweMR1ihhD https://t.co/wzI9oyhh4f
RT @eastonrwhite: Very important paper on long-term monitoring in ecology. In a related paper, I looked at how long-term is long enough in…
Very important paper on long-term monitoring in ecology. In a related paper, I looked at how long-term is long enough in assessing population trends. Preprint here: https://t.co/gweMR1ihhD https://t.co/wLpjILv2Iw
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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I have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Easton R White conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

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The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

Github repository "time-series-project" at https://github.com/erwhite1/time-series-project

Funding

ERW was partially supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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