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Figure 6 | Movement Ecology

Figure 6

From: Pelagic movements of pacific leatherback turtles (dermochelys coriacea) highlight the role of prey and ocean currents

Figure 6

Schematic figure of our method for incorporating the effect of currents on distance between patches. Panel a depicts the turtle at time 1 and a candidate patch at time 2. Distance d is the Euclidean distance separating the patches. The light grey lines depict the N-S surface current vector (v s,t ), and the E-W current vector (u s,t ). Panel b depicts the new position of the candidate patch after the currents have been subtracted; distance d’ reflects the new distance between the turtle and the patch after currents have been accounted for.

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