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Fig. 2 | Movement Ecology

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From: Association with humans and seasonality interact to reverse predictions for animal space use

Fig. 2

Banded mongoose home range (a), core range (b), space use dispersion (area-probability integral) (c), group size (d), fecal organic matter (e), and estimated macrofauna density (f) as functions of increasing association with humans (principal component 1, combining building and tourist density) in northeastern Botswana (2008 – 2011). The 2 groups lacking association with humans are depicted with diamonds. Bayesian posteriors on the slopes and their 95% highest posterior density intervals are summarized by the black lines with gray shading, respectively, and by the associated summary values. The median fecal organic matter content (%) for a captive group is depicted with a dashed line (e)

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