- Added annotated bibliographies for all major parts of the course. See references section below for the links.

- References for parts 1 and 2, Estimation of Population Parameters
- References for part 3, Population Models
- References for part 4, Hierarchical modeling

- homework 1 questions, answers
- homework 2 questions, answers

R code in hw 2.r, with alternative approaches in robbie.r and tiger.r - homework 3 questions, answers

R code in hw 3.r, - homework 4 instructions

- Data sets
- R programs
- R for ecologists Tutorial in R for community ecologists, emphasizing data manipulation
- Introduction to R programming in ecology and epidemiology The first of a series of web tutorials; the rest are more specialized for plant pathologists. You can see the entire set at Ecology and epidemiology in the R programming environment

- CRAN: archive for R project, including downloadable binaries
- Program MARK: standalone program for Mark-Recapture and related methods. The RMark library links R and MARK.
- JAGS executables: functions for MCMC sampling. The rjags library links R and JAGS.