Ken Pollock, Ph.D.

Consulting in the Public Interest

Background of Ken Pollock, Ph.D.

Formal Education

B.Sc. Agriculture (Biometry), University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1968.

M.S. (Biometry), Cornell University, 1972.

Ph.D. (Biometry), Cornell University, 1974.

Theses

M.S. Thesis, 1972 - An Asymptotic Test for Mortality in a K-Sample Tag-Recapture Experiment.

Ph.D. Thesis, 1974 - The Assumption of Equal Catchability of Animals in Tag-Recapture Experiments.

Awards

Best paper award for 1982 from The Southeastern Section of the Wildlife Society for the article "A capture-recapture design robust to unequal probability of capture" which appeared in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

Best paper award for 1989 from the Southeastern Section of the Wildlife Society for the article "Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design" which appeared in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

Best paper award for 1989 from the Wildlife Society for the article "Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design" which appeared in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

Best monograph award for 1990 from the Wildlife Society for the monograph "Statistical inference for capture-recapture experiments", Wildlife Monograph No. 107.

George W. Snedecor Memorial Award, August 1991, American Statistical Association for the best publication in Biometrics for "Statistical inference for capture-recapture experiments," Wildlife Monograph No. 107.

Best paper award for 1993, from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for "Estimating transition probabilities for stage based population projection matrices using capture-recapture data," which appeared in Ecology in 1992.

Distinguished achievement award from American Statistical Association Section on Statistics and the Environment, August 1994.

Best paper award for 1994 from the Southeastern Section of the Wildlife Society for the article "Band return models: a generalization to formally incorporate solicited bands" which appeared in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

Elected as a member of the International Statistical Institute in September 1995.

Elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association in June, 1996.

Professional Service

Associate Editor, Biometrics 1984-1989.

Elected Regional Committee, Eastern North American Region, Biometrics Society 1987-90.

Associate Editor, Journal of Wildlife Management, 1989-1991.

Program Committee, International Symposium and Workshop on Creel and Angler Surveys in Fisheries Management, Houston, Texas, 27-31 March, 1990.

Member Awards Committee, Southeastern Section the Wildlife Society, 1991-1994.

Member Board of Directors, North Carolina Chapter the Wildlife Society, 1992-1993.

Member of Council, The Biometric Society, 1992-1995.

Member of ASA Committee on Gay and Lesbian Concerns, 1993-.

Visiting Lecturer, Visiting Lecturer Program, Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies, 1994-1996

Member of U.S. Advisory Committee to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, 1994-.

Associate Editor, Journal of Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 1994-.

Member of Avian-Wind Interaction Scientific Advisory Panel for National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, 1995-.

Program Chair for 1997 ASA Meetings for the Section on Statistics and the Environment.

Professional Positions

Lecturer - Department of Applied Statistics, University of Reading, Reading, England. April 1974 - June 1978.

Visiting Lecturer - Faculty of Agriculture, University of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, July - August, 1975.

Visiting Lecturer - University of Sri Lanka, January, 1976.

Visiting Assistant Professor - Division of Statistics, University of California, Davis, CA 95616. October, 1978 - June, 1980.

Associate Professor - Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8203. July, 1980 - June, 1987.

Professor - Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8203. July 1987 -

Director of Biomathematics Graduate Program, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8203, July 1995 -

Ph.D. Students, North Carolina State University

John M. Witzig. 1988. "The Visual Assessment of Reef Fish Communities". (Zoology).

Mark S. Udevitz. 1989. "Change-in-Ratio Methods for Estimating the Size of Closed Populations". (Statistics/Biomathematics).

Michael A. O'Connell. 1991. "Contingency Table Models for Estimation of the Size of a Partitioned Population". (Statistics)

William L. Kendall. 1992. "Robust Design in Capture-Recapture Sampling: Modelling Approaches and Estimation Methods." (Biomathematics)

Wayne L. Cornelius. 1993. "An Avian Nest Survival Modeling Scheme and Comparisons of Nest Survival Probability Estimation Methods." (Statistics/Biomathematics)

William R. Gould. 1994. "New Developments in Catch Effort Estimation of Important Demographic Parameters." (Biomathematics)

Chiu-Lan Chen. 1995. "New Developments in Change-in-Ratio Estimation of Population Size." (Biomathematics)

Kuenhi Tsai. 1996. "Survival Analysis for Telemetry Data in Animal Studies." (Statistics/Biomathematics)

Master of Science Students, North Carolina State University

Mary T. Butler (1986)

Russell Alpizar-Jara (1993)

Susan E. Wigley (1994)

Master of Statistics Students, North Carolina State University

Mark C. Otto (1983)

Richard W. Morris (1984)

Timothy G. O'Brien (1985)

Scott R. Winterstein (1986)

Mark S. Udevitz (1986)

Clinton Moore (1986)

Mary T. Butler (1986)

Gerry W. Gray (1988)

Robert S. Cone (1989)

William R. Gould (1990)

William L. Kendall (1990)

Jeffrey A. Royle (1992)

Master of Biomathematics Students North Carolina State University

William L. Kendall (1985)

Jennifer M. Webb (1987)

John T. Finnigan (1991)

Katherine E. Potak (1992)

Cynthia C. Arose (1993)

Wen-Ching Li (1994)

Karen Ann Gonzalez (1994)

Publications

Monographs

Burnham, K. P., Anderson, D. R., White, G. C., Brownie, C., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). Design and Analysis Methods for Fish Survival Experiments based on Release-Recapture. American Fisheries Society Monographs 5, Bethesda, Maryland. (ISSN 0362-1715).

Pollock, K. H., Nichols, J. D., Brownie, C., and Hines, J. E. (1990). Statistical Inference for Capture-Recapture Experiments, Wildlife Society Monographs (No. 107).

Guthrie, D., J. M. Hoenig, M. Holliday, C. M. Jones, M. J. Mills, S. A. Moberley, K. H.

Pollock, and D. R. Talhelm, editors (1991). Creel and angler surveys in fisheries management. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12, Bethesda, Maryland.

Pollock, K. H., Jones, C. M. and Brown, T. L. (1994). Angler Surveys and their application to fisheries management. American Fisheries Society Special Publication 25, Bethesda, Maryland.

Papers

Pollock, K. H., Solomon, D. L., and Robson, D. S. (1974). Tests for mortality and recruitment in a K-sample tag-recapture experiment. Biometrics 30, 77-87.

Pollock, K. H. (1975). A K-sample tag-recapture model allowing for unequal survival and catchability. Biometrika 62, 577-583.

Pollock, K. H., and Wilson, I. M. (1976). Statistics service teaching in universities. The Statistician 25, 247-252.

Pollock, K. H. (1976). Building models of capture-recapture experiments. The Statistician 25, 253-259.

Pollock, K. H., and Bek, Yuksel (1976). A comparison of three randomized response models for quantitative data. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71, 884-886.

Clarke, M. L., Bentley, E. Jane, and Pollock, K. H. (1978). Evaluation of anticoccidial drugs under field conditions. An invited paper which has been published in the Proceedings of the l3th Poultry Science Symposium (Avian Coccidiosis. British Poult ry Science Ltd., Edinburgh, pp. 347-373. [A large component of this paper is on the statistical problems of the design and analysis of groups of experiments at different locations.]

Pollock, K. H. (1978). A family of density estimators for line transect sampling. Biometrics 34, 475-478.

Pollock, K. H. (1978). Inference robustness vs. criterion robustness: An example. The American Statistician 32, 133-136.

Pollock, K. H., Ross-Parker, H. M., and Mead, R. (1979). A sequence of games useful in teaching experimental design to agriculture students. The American Statistician 33, 70-76.

Pollock, K. H. (1981). Capture-recapture models allowing for age-dependent survival and capture rates. Biometrics 37 521-529.

Pollock, K. H. (1981). Capture-recapture models: A review of current methods, assumptions and experimental design. Pages 426-435 in D. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott, eds. Estimating the numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. 6.

Pollock, K. H. (1981). Summarizing Remarks: Data Analysis. Pages 509-510 in D. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott, Eds. Estimating the numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. 6.

Samuel, M. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1981). Correction of visibility bias in aerial surveys where animals occur in groups. J. Wildl. Manage. 45, 993-997.

Pollock, K. H., and Raveling, D. G. (1982). The assumptions of modern bird banding models with emphasis on heterogeneous survival rates of population segments. J. Wildl. Manage. 46, 88-98.

Pollock, K. H. (1982). A capture-recapture design robust to unequal probability of capture. J. Wildl. Manage. 46, 752-757.

Pollock, K. H. (1982). A review of open capture-recapture models for biologists in wildlife and fisheries. Transactions of the Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference 39, 1-15.

Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1983). A note on estimation in contemporary small mammal capture-recapture studies. J. Mammalogy 64, 253-260.

Pollock, K. H. and Otto, M. C. (1983). Robust estimation of population size in closed animal populations from capture-recapture experiments. Biometrics 39 1035-1049.

Pollock, K. H., and Mann, R. H. K. (1983). The use of an age-dependent mark-recapture model in fisheries research. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 40(9), 1449-1455.

Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1983). Estimating taxonomic diversity, extinction rates and speciation rates from fossil data using capture-recapture models. Paleobiology, 9(2), 150-163.

Pollock, K. H. (1983). Discussion of capture-recapture methods with human populations. A.S.A. Proceedings of Section on Survey Research Methods, 14-15.

Nichols, J. D., Hines, J. E., and Pollock, K. H. (1984). Effects of permanent trap response in capture probability on Jolly-Seber capture-recapture model estimates. J. Wildl. Manage. 48, 289-294.

Pollock, K. H., Hines, J. E., and Nichols, J. D. (1984). The use of auxiliary variables in capture-recapture and removal experiments. Biometrics 40, 329-340.

Pollock, K. H. (1984). Estimation of survival distributions in ecology. Proceedings of the XIIth International Biometric Conference. Biometrics Society, Washington, D.C.

Nichols, J. D., Pollock, K. H., and Hines, J. E. (1984). The use of a robust capture-recapture design in small mammal population studies. A field example with Microtus pennsylvanicus. Acta Theriologica 29, 30, 357-365.

Wunderle, J. M., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). A bananaquit-wasp nesting association and a general model for the evolution of such associations. Neotropical Ornithology, Ornithological Monographs No. 36. American Ornithologists' Union, Washingto n, D.C. Pages 595-603.

Alt, G. L., McLaughlin, C. R., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Ear tag loss by black bears in Pennsylvania. J. Wildl. Manage. 49, 316-320.

Eriksen, R. E., Gwynn, J. V., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Influence of blaze orange on spring wild turkey hunter success. Wildlife Society Bulletin 13, 518-521

Brownie, C., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Analysis of multiple capture-recapture data using band-recovery methods. Biometrics 41, 411-420.

O'Brien, T. G., Pollock, K. H., Davidson, W. R., and Kellogg, F. E. (1985). A comparison of capture-recapture with capture-removal for quail populations. J. Wildl. Manage. 49, 1062-1066.

Pollock, K. H., Nichols, J. D., and Hines, J. E. (1985). Goodness of fit tests for open capture-recapture models. Biometrics 41, 399-410.

Pollock, K. H., Lancia, R. A., Conner, M. C., and Wood, B. L. (1985). A new change-in-ratio procedure robust to unequal catchability. Biometrics 41, 653-662.

Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Nested analysis of variance with autocorrelated errors. Biometrics 41, 909-920.

Haramis, G. M., Nichols, J. D., Pollock, K. H., and Hines, J. E. (1985). The relationship between body weight and survival of canvasbacks wintering on the Chesapeake Bay. The Auk 103, 506-514.

Pollock, K. H. (1986). Estimating the size of wildlife populations using capture techniques. In: The Fascination of Statistics, Marcel Dekker publishers.

Conner, M. C., Lancia, R. A., and Pollock, K. H. (1986). Precision of the change-in-ratio technique for deer population management. J. Wildl. Manage. 50, 125-129.

Nichols, J. D., Morris, R. W., Brownie, C., and Pollock, K. H. (1986). Sources of variation in extinction rates, turnover and diversity of marine invertebrate families during the Paleozoic. Paleobiology 12(4), 421-432.

Nichols, J. D., Hepp, G. R., Pollock, K. H., and Hines, J. E. (1987). The Husting dilemma: a methodological note. Ecology 68(1), 213-217.

Loery, G., Pollock, K. H., Nichols, J. D., and Hines, J. E. (1987). Age-specificity of avian survival rates: an analysis of capture-recapture data for a black-capped chickadee population, 1958-1983. Ecology 68(4), 1038-1044.

Pollock, K. H., and Kendall, W. L. (1987). Visibility bias in aerial surveys: A review of estimation procedures. J. Wildl. Manage. 51, 502-510.

Blohm, R. J., Reynolds, R. E., Bladen, J. P., Nichols, J. D., Hines, J. E., Pollock, K. H., and Eberhardt, R. T. (1987). Mallard mortality rates on key breeding and wintering areas. Trans. N. Amer. Wild. and Natur. Resour. Conf. 52, 246-257.

Pollock, K. H. (1987). Experimental design of telemetry projects. J. Raptor Research 21, 129-131.

Pollock, K. H., and Cornelius, W. L. (1988). A distribution free nesting survival model. Biometrics 44, 397-404.

Lancia, R. A., Pollock, K. H., Bishir, J. W., and Conner, M. C. (1988). A white-tailed deer harvesting strategy. J. Wildl. Manage. 52, 589-595.

Pollock, K. H., Winterstein, S. R., Bunck, C. M., and Curtis, P. D. (1989). Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design. J. Wildl. Manage. 53, 7-15.

Pollock, K. H., Davidson, W. R., Kellogg, F. E., and Doster, G. L. (1989). Survival rates of bobwhite quail based on band recovery analyses. J. Wildl. Manage. 53, 1-6.

Pollock, K. H., Winterstein, S. R., and Conroy, M. J. (1989). Estimation and analysis of survival distributions for radio-tagged animals. Biometrics 45, 99-109.

Johnson, F. A., Pollock, K. H., and Montalbano, F. (1989). Visibility bias in aerial surveys of mottled ducks. Wildlife Society Bulletin 17, 222-227.

Pollock, K. H. (1989). Modelling capture, recapture, and removal statistics for estimation of demographic parameters for fish and wildlife populations: past, present, and future.Sesquicentennial Invited Paper Sessions, Proceedings of the American S tatistical Association. (p. 26-50).

Curtis, P. D., Doerr, P. D., Oates, R. M., and Pollock, K. H. (1989). Whistling-cock indices as a measure of northern bobwhite harvest in North Carolina. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildlife Agencies 43: 253-259.

Otto, M. C., and Pollock, K. H. (1990). Size bias in line transect sampling: a field test. Biometrics 46, 239-245.

Hayden, D. C., and Pollock, K. H. (1990). Analysis of Alabama wood duck banding and recovery records, 1970-1986. Proceedings of 1988 North American Wood Duck Symposium 361-366.

Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1990). Separate estimation of recruitment from immigration versus in situ reproduction using Pollock's robust design. Ecology 71, 21-26.

Pollock, K. H. (1991). Modelling capture, recapture, and removal statistics for estimation of demographic parameters for fish and wildlife populations: past, present, and future. Journal of the American Statistical Association 86, 225-238.

Schaalje, B., Zhang, J., Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1991). Analysis of repeated measures data from randomized block experiments. Biometrics 47, 813-824.

Pollock, K. H., Hoenig, J. M., and Jones, C. M. (1991). Estimation of fishing and natural mortality when a tagging study is combined with a creel survey or port sampling. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12.

Wade, D. L., Jones, C. M., Robson, D. S., and Pollock, K. H. (1991). Computer simulation techniques to assess angler survey methodology. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12.

Udevitz, M. S., and Pollock, K. H. (1991). Change-in-ratio estimates for populations with more than two subclasses. Biometrics 47, 1531-1546.

Nichols, J. D., Sauer, J. R., Pollock, K. H., and Hestbeck, J. B. (1992). Estimating transition probabilities for stage based population projection matrices using capture-recapture data. Ecology 73, 306-312.

Udevitz, M. S., and Pollock, K. H. (1992). Change-in-ratio methods for estimating population size. In Wildlife 2001: Populations, edited by Dale R. McCullough and Reginald H. Barrett, Elsevier Applied Science, New York, 90-101.

Kendall, W. L., and Pollock. K. H. (1992). The robust design in capture-recapture studies: a review and evaluation by monte carlo simulation. In Wildlife 2001: Populations, edited by Dale R. McCullough and Reginald H. Barrett, Elsevier Applied Scie nce, New York, 31-43.

Riggs, M. R., and Pollock, K. H. (1992). A risk ratio approach to multivariable analysis of survival in longitudinal studies of wildlife populations. In Wildlife 2001: Populations, edited by Dale R. McCullough and Reginald H. Barrett, Elsevier Appli ed Science, New York, 74-89.

O'Connell, M. A., and Pollock, K. H. (1992). Partitioned capture-recapture models for population estimation. In Wildlife 2001: Populations, edited by Dale R. McCullough and Reginald H. Barrett, Elsevier Applied Science, New York, 65-73.

Pollock, K. H., Kendall, W. L. and Nichols, J. D. (1993). The "robust" capture-recapture design allows components of recruitment to be estimated. In Marked Individuals in the Study of Bird Population, edited by Jean D. Lebreton and Phillip M. North, Birkhauser Verlag, Basal, 245-252.

Bunck, C. M., and Pollock, K. H. (1993). Estimating survival of radio-tagged animals. In Marked Individuals in the Study of Bird Population, edited by Jean D. Lebreton and Phillip M. North, Birkhauser Verlag, Basal, 51-63.

Nichols, J. D., Brownie C., Hines, J. E., Pollock, K. H., and Hestbeck, J. B. (1993). The estimation of exchanges among populations or subpopulations. In Marked Individuals in the Study of Bird Population, edited by Jean D. Lebreton and Phillip M. No rth, Birkhauser Verlag, Basal, 265-279.

Brownie, C., Hines, J. E., Nichols, J. D., Pollock, K. H., and Hestbeck, J. B. (1993). Capture-recapture studies for multiple strata including non-Markovian transition probabilities. Biometrics 49, 1173-1187.

Hoenig, J. M., Robson, D.S., Jones, C.M., and Pollock, K.H. (1993). Scheduling counts in the instantaneous and progressive count methods for estimating sport fishing effort. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13, 723-736.

Pollock, K.H., Turner, S.C., and Brown, C. (1993). Use of capture-recapture techniques to estimate population size and population totals when a complete frame is unavailable. Pages 200-209 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Establishm ent Surveys, American Statistical Association.

Lancia, R. A., Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1994). Estimating the number of animals in wildlife populations in T.A. Bookout, ed. Research and management techniques for wildlife and habitats. Fifth ed. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, MD, 215-2 53.

Pollock, K. H., Tsai, K., and Hoenig, J. M. (1994). Band return models: A generalization to formally incorporate solicited bands. Journal of Wildlife Management 58, 193-198.

Nichols, J.D., Hines, J.E., Pollock, K.H., Hinz, R.L., and Link, W.A. (1994). A methodological framework for estimating breeding proportions and testing hypotheses about costs of reproduction with capture-recapture data. Ecology 75, 2052-2065.< /P>

Pollock, K.H., Turner, S.C., and Brown, C. (1994). Use of capture-recapture techniques to estimate population size and population totals when a complete frame is unavailable. Survey Methodology 20, 117-124.

Kinlaw, A. E., Ehrhart, L. M., Doerr, P. D., Pollock, K. H. and Hines, J. E. (1995). Florida Scientists 58. 48-54.

Kendall, W. L., Pollock, K. H., and Brownie, C. (1995). A combined models approach to capture-recapture estimation of demographic parameters. Biometrics 51, 293-308.

Udevitz, M. S. and Pollock, K. H. (1995). Using effort information with change-in-ratio data for population estimation. Biometrics 51, 471-481.

Flint, P. L., Pollock, K. H., Thomas, D., and Sedinger, J. S. (1995). Estimating prefledgling survival: allowing for brood mixing and lack of independence among blood mates. J. Wildl. Manage. 59, 448-455.

Flint, P. L., Sedinger, J. S., and Pollock, K. H. (1995). Survival of juvenile black brant during brood rearing. J. Wildl. Manage. 59, 455-463.

Bunck, C. M., Chen C. L., and Pollock, K. H. (1995). Robustness of survival estimates from radio-tagging studies to uncertain location. J. Wildl. Manage. 59, 790-794.

Pollock, K. H., Bunck, C. M., Winterstein, S. R., and Chen, C. L. (1995). A capture-recapture survival analysis model for radio-tagged animals. Journal of Applied Statistics 22, 661-672.

Pollock, K. H., Conroy, M. H., and Hearn, W. S. (1995). Separation of hunting and natural mortality using ring return models: an overview. Journal of Applied Statistics 22, 557-566.

Pollock, K. H. (1995). Capture-recapture: an overview. In English and Spanish. International Statistical Seminar, The Basque Statistical Institute. Volume 33, 112pp. Instituto Vasco de Estadistica. C/Dato 14-16-01005 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.

Pollock, K. H. (1996). The challenge of measuring change in wildlife populations: a biometricians perspective. In Conservation Through Sustainable Use of Wildlife, edited by G. Grigg, P. T. Hale and D. Lunney, The University of Qld. Press, 117-121.

Pollock, K. H. (1996). Bias in monitoring: how do we overcome it? In Conservation Through Sustainable Use of Wildlife, edited by G. Grigg, P. T. Hale and D. Lunney, The University of Qld. Press, 349-351.

Pollock, K. H., and Hoenig, J. M. (1996). Change-in-ratio estimators. Encyclopedia of Statistics (To appear).

Hoenig, J. M., and Pollock, K. H. (1996). Index-removal estimators. Encyclopedia of Statistics (To appear).

Norris, J. L., and Pollock, K. H. (1996). Nonparametric maximum likelihood estimators for population size under two closed capture-recapture models with heterogeneity. Biometrics 52, 639-649.

Chen, C. L., Hoenig, J. M., Dawe, E.G., Brownie, C., and Pollock, K. H. (1996). New developments in change-in-ratio and index-removal methods with application to snow crab (Chionoesetes opilio). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., Special Publication No. ... (In Press).

Norris, J. L., and Pollock, K. H. (1996). Capture-recapture model Mbh: Bivariate MLE of capture-recapture distribution and resulting model selection. Journal of Environmental and Ecological Statistics (To appear).

Norris, J. L., and Pollock, K. H. (1996). Including model uncertainty in estimating variances in multilple capture studies. Journal of Environmental and Ecological Statistics (To appear).

Hoenig, J. M., Jones, C. M., Pollock, K. H., Robson, D. S. and Wade, D. L. (1996). Calculation of catch rate and total catch in roving surveys of anglers. Biometrics (Accepted).

Pollock, K. H., Hoenig, J. M., Jones, C. M., and Robson, D. S. (1996). Catch rate estimation from on-site interviews using access or roving angler survey methods. North American Journal of Fisheries Management (Accepted).

Abstracts

Pollock, K. H., and Solomon, D. L. (1972). An asymptotic test for mortality in a K-sample tag-recapture experiment. Biometrics 28, 1179 (No. 2053).

Pollock, K. H. (1974). A tag-recapture model allowing for unequal survival and catchability. Biometrics 30, 384 (No. 2188).

Pollock, K. H. (1978). A K-sample capture-recapture model allowing for age-dependent survival and capture rates. Biometrics 34, 745 (No. 2857).

Nichols, J. D., Pollock, K. H., and Conroy, M. R. (1985). Application of capture-recapture and banding models in Paleobiology. Biometrics 41, 317 (No. 4078).

Otto, M. C., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Effects of group size on line transect density estimators. Biometrics 41, 568 (No. 4242).

Winterstein, S. R., Pollock, K. H., and Conroy, M. J. (1985). Estimation and analysis of survival distributions for radio-tagged animals. Biometrics 41, 581 (No. 4317).

Winterstein, S. R., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). Survival analysis in radio telemetry studies. Biometrics Bulletin 4(3), 22 (No. 4922).

Pollock, K. H. (1988). The design of creel surveys. Biometrics Bulletin 5(3), 14 (No. 5163).

Technical Reports

North Carolina State University, Institute of Statistics, Mimeograph Series.

Pollock, K. H. (1980). Capture-recapture models: A review of current methods, assumptions and experimental design. (No. 1308).

Pollock, K. H. (1981). A capture-recapture sampling design robust to unequal catchability. (No. 1339).

Pollock, K. H. (1981). A review of open capture-recapture models for biologists in wildlife and fisheries. (No. 1359).

Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1981). A note on estimation in contemporary small mammal capture-recapture studies (No. 1360).

Pollock, K. H. (1982). The use of auxiliary variables in K-sample capture-recapture experiments (No. 1393).

Pollock, K. H., and Otto, M. C. (1982). Robust estimation of population size in closed animal populations from capture-recapture experiments. (No. 1395).

Pollock, K. H., and Mann, R. H. K. (1982). The use of age-dependent capture-recapture models in fisheries research. (No. 1601).

Nichols, J. D., Hines, H. E., and Pollock, K. H. (1982). Effects of permanent trap response in capture probability on Jolly-Seber capture-recapture model estimates (No. 1605).

Pollock, K. H., Hines, J. E., and Nichols, J. D. (1982). The use of auxiliary variables in capture-recapture and removal experiments. (No. 1615).

Wunderle, J. J., Jr., and Pollock, K. H. (1983). A bananaquit-wasp nesting association and a general model for the evolution of such associations. (No. 1621).

Nichols, J. D., and Pollock, K. H. (1983). Estimating taxonomic diversity, extinction rates and speciation rates from fossil data using capture-recapture models. (No. 1624).

Nichols, J. D., Pollock, K. H., and Hines, J. E. (1983). The use of a robust capture-recapture design in small mammal population studies: A field example with Microtus pennsylvanicus. (No. 1626).

Pollock, K. H. (1983). Estimating the size of wildlife populations using capture techniques. (No. 1628).

Pollock, K. H., Nichols, J. D., and Hines, J. E. (1983). Goodness of fit tests for open capture-recapture models. (No. 1629).

O'Brien, T. G., Collins, M. V., Pollock, K. H., and Whitsett, J. M. (1984). Population growth and regulation in laboratory populations of prairie deer mice. (No. 1644).

Brownie, C., and Pollock, K. H. (1984). Analysis of multiple capture-recapture data using band-recovery methods. (No. 1647).

Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1984). Nested analysis of variance with autocorrelated errors. (No. 1650).

Hines, J. E., Pollock, K. H., and Nichols, J. D. (1984). Program linlogn users instructions. (No. 1651).

Pollock, K. H., Lancia, R. A., Conner, M. C., and Wood, B. L. (1985). A new change-in- ratio procedure robust to unequal catchability of types of animal. (No. 1652).

Pollock, K. H., Winterstein, S. R., and Conroy, J. J. (1985). Estimation and analysis of survival distributions for radio-tagged animals. (No. 1653)

Pollock, K. H., and Kendall, W. L. (1985). Visibility bias in aerial surveys: A review of estimation procedures. (No. 1666).

Pollock, K. H. (1985). A general line-transect model with sighting probabilities related to object size. (No. 1669). (This manuscript was written in 1978).

Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1985). Split-block models with time series components for repeated measurements. (No. 1680).

Pollock, K. H., and Cornelius, W. L. (1986). A distribution free nesting survival model. (No. 1697).

Otto, M. C., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). Size bias in line transect sampling: a field test. (No. 1904).

Pollock, K. H., Winterstein, S. R., Bunck, C. M., and Curtis, P. D. (1987). Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design. (No. 1907).

Cornelius, W. L., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). A review of nest survival models. (No. 1908).

Schaalje, B., Zhang, J., Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). REMAC: Repeated measures analysis for complete data user guide. (No. 1911).

Zhang, J., Schaalje, B., Pantula, S. G., and Pollock, K. H. (1987). REMACRB: Repeated measures analysis for complete data from randomized block experiments. (No. 1912).

Witzig, J. F., and Pollock, K. H. (1989). Visual assessment of reef fish communities I: Transect and point counts. (No. 1950).

Pollock, K. H., and O'Connell, M. A. (1989). Estimation of survival, exploitation, and natural mortality rates for Pacific Halibut from multi-year tagging studies. (No. 1954).

Wade, D. L., Jones C. M., Robson, D. S., and Pollock, K. H. (1989). Computer simulation techniques to assess angler survey methodology. (No. 1966).

Pollock, K. H., Hoenig, J. M., and Jones, C. M. (1989). Estimation of fishing and natural mortality when a tagging study is combined with a creel survey or port sampling. (No. 1967).

Brownie, C., Hines, J. E., Nichols, J. D., and Pollock. K. H. (1992). Capture-recapture studies for multiple strata including non Markovian transition probabilities. (No. 1997).



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