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Fig. 5 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 5

From: Movement patterns of a keystone waterbird species are highly predictable from landscape configuration

Fig. 5

Relations between the movement parameters flight distance between roost and foraging site (a-c) and home range size (d-f) with the landscape metrics water surface area (a, d), total number of water bodies (b, e) and total shore length (c, f) within a 2.5 km radius around the primary roost. Data from study areas in the Netherlands (black), Switzerland (red), and France (blue) are shown. Solid points depict median values per landscape (with sizes proportional to the logarithm of corresponding sample size), transparent points represent original data, and lines and shaded areas depict the fitted line with 95% confidence intervals for the landscape metrics significantly contributing to log-transformed movement parameters (Table 3). Note the log-scale of the y-axis

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