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Fig. 3 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 3

From: Accounting for location uncertainty in azimuthal telemetry data improves ecological inference

Fig. 3

Home range shape and area estimates for an individual Gunnison sage-grouse via kernel estimation (a) and convex hull (b) where spatial location uncertainty is incorporated via the azimuthal telemetry model (ATM) or ignored using [24] estimation. Right-sided figures depict a histogram of the posterior distribution of the area of the home range when accounting for animal location uncertainty via the ATM; the vertical line is the point estimate of home range area when animal locations are estimated using [24] estimation and location uncertainty is ignored

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