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Table 2 Best supported step selection models developed for each individual and using two behavioral movement modes (see Additional file 10 for standard error and confidence intervals)

From: Towards the restoration of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor for large mammals in Panama: comparing multi-species occupancy to movement models

  Mode Model
TOLERANT
Puma SSF-All -0,26*elevation + 0,47*loss + 0,1*FCOV + 1,22*DWPA
SSF-Travel - 0,56*elevation + 0,28*loss + 0,09*FCOV + 0,68*DWPA
Ocelot SSF-All 0,62*FCOV - 0,14*village + 0,03*loss – 0,32*DWPA – 0,02*elevation − 0,01*road
SSF-Travel 0,82*FCOV - 0,14*village - 0,16*loss – 0,71*DWPA + 0,10*elevation
SENSITIVE
WLP1 SSF-All −0.13*road + 0,63*elevation + 0,03*loss - 0,06*FCOV + 0,09*village
SSF-Travel − 0,08*road + 0,62*elevation + 0,01*loss – 0,09*FCOV + 0,17*village
WLP2 SSF-All 1,15*DWPA + 0,44*FCOV + 0,17*loss
SSF-Travel −1,61*village + 0,65*FCOV + 0,15*loss
WLP3 SSF-All 0,60*elevation - 0,46*DWPA + 0,20*FCOV + 0,08*loss + 0,20*village
SSF-Travel 0,60*elevation − 0,09*DWPA + 0,28*FCOV - 0,18*loss
  1. Estimates < 0 indicate avoidance or unsuitability of habitat for movement, whereas estimates > 0 indicate selection or suitability of habitat for movement. WLP stands for white-lipped peccary