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Fig. 6 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 6

From: Black bears alter movements in response to anthropogenic features with time of day and season

Fig. 6

(a) Spatially weighted relative probability of movement surfaces for each season/diel period and all seasons/diel periods. A small part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is shown. See reference map for major land cover types in this region. (b) Differences in the relative predicted probability of movement surfaces. Each seasonal/diel period surface was subtracted from the all seasons/diel periods surface. A positive difference indicates that the pixel in the seasonal/diel period surface had a lower probability of movement than that same pixel in the all seasons surface. A negative difference indicates that the pixel in the seasonal/diel period surface had a higher probability of movement than the all seasons surface. The top 20% of positive differences (blue) and top 20% of negative differences (yellow) are shown.

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