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Table 1 Study Sites

From: Radar quantifies migrant concentration and Dawn reorientation at a Great Lakes shoreline

Site Trial Type Lat, Long Dates Radar Unit Open Water
1 RC Shoreline −86.229, 44.449 April 16–April 22 Robin 23.0%
2 RC, A Shoreline −86.227, 44.434 April 16–May 8 Batman 21.2%
3 A Inland −85.932, 44.422 April 23–May 8 Robin 0.3%
4 B Shoreline −86.521, 43.614 May 9–May 21 Robin 30.1%
5 Inland −86.229, 43.588 Batman 0.1%
6 C Shoreline −86.205, 42.937 May 22–June 1 Batman 31.3%
7 Inland −85.927, 42.889 Robin 0.5%
8 D Shoreline −86.373, 44.174 June 2–June 23 Robin 29.3%
9 Inland −86.134, 44.107 Batman 0.3%
  1. Nine sites used for a radar comparison (RC) and four subsequent trial periods (A, B, C, and D) along eastern Lake Michigan during spring 2014. Shoreline sites were 1.5 km inland and Inland sites were 20 km inland. Percent open water indicates amount of open water within a 3.7 km radius (approximate maximum radar detection range), according to the 2011 National Land Cover Database [59]