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Table 2 Geographic areas and observed latitude and longitude for annual and pooled (2009–2017) distribution models for Western Arctic Herd caribou

From: Using seasonal landscape models to predict space use and migratory patterns of an arctic ungulate

Model Predicted Area (km2) Mean Observed Longitude (°W) SD Deviation from Mean (km) Mean Observed Latitude (°N) SD Deviation from Mean (km)
Spring 2010 34,327 159.39317 1.9 88.0 E 66.38077 1.0 75.0 S
Spring 2011 37,240 158.07553 2.3 234.9 E 66.67267 1.0 42.4 S
Spring 2012 42,357 159.25842 4.2 103.0 E 66.41471 1.2 71.2 S
Spring 2013 21,641 160.76047 1.5 64.5 W 66.38118 0.9 74.9 S
Spring 2014 38,725 160.43486 2.2 28.1 W 67.19233 1.2 15.5 N
Spring 2015 38,914 161.29370 2.2 123.9 W 66.93916 1.2 12.7 S
Spring 2016 41,583 161.50840 1.8 147.8 W 67.55609 1.5 56.1 N
Spring 2017 47,198 159.58935 2.7 66.1 E 67.74343 1.4 77.0 N
Spring (2010–2017) 61,095 160.18242 2.6 67.05322 1.3
Fall 2010 55,941 158.39526 2.3 199.3 E 67.04180 1.1 13.0 N
Fall 2011 74,071 160.00940 3.9 75.4 E 67.13202 1.4 23.1 N
Fall 2012 56,131 160.22082 2.4 51.8 E 66.98286 1.6 6.4 N
Fall 2013 56,684 160.56695 2.8 13.2 E 66.59784 1.2 36.5 S
Fall 2014 49,026 161.57044 3.1 98.7 W 66.57247 1.2 39.3 S
Fall 2015 45,176 162.89438 2.6 246.3 W 66.48665 1.3 48.9 S
Fall 2016 61,165 161.02317 3.0 37.6 W 67.12672 1.4 22.5 N
Fall 2017 66,510 159.65528 3.7 114.9 E 67.92607 1.1 111.6 N
Fall (2010–2017) 118,415 160.68562 3.2 66.92524 1.4
  1. Deviations from the mean (and standard deviation) were calculated from observed telemetry locations of caribou and are the difference between each annual model’s mean latitude and longitude and the mean latitude and longitude of presences predicted in the pooled model