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Figure 6 | Movement Ecology

Figure 6

From: Home range plus: a space-time characterization of movement over real landscapes

Figure 6

Elongation isopleths for simulated data. Elongation isopleths for simulated data created by sorted hulls by perimeter-area ratio (A) and eccentricity of bounding ellipse (B). Isopleth levels indicate the proportion of total points enclosed. Blue isopleths represents contours of low elongation (i.e., non-directional movement), while red indicates higher levels of elongation. Hulls constructed using the a-method (s=0.3, a=220).

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