Time-use isopleths for simulated data. Revisitation isopleths (A) represent relative frequency of revisitation, with red contours being the hulls most often revisited, and light-blue the least often. Temporal duration isopleths (B) reflect the amount of time spent on each visit, with red indicating hulls with the longest duration and light-blue the shortest. Isopleth levels indicate the proportion of total points enclosed. Visits differentiated by an inter-visit gap period of 24 time steps, which was selected based on a priori information about the minimum period of time between patch visits. Hulls were constructed using the fixed-a method (s=0.3, a=220).