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Table 2 Full model outcomes of linear mixed effects models estimating the effects of parental origin, chick age and the interaction between parental origin and chick age on the maximum distance per day, total daily distance and daily duration away from colony

From: Breeding habitat loss reveals limited foraging flexibility and increases foraging effort in a colonial breeding seabird

  F df p
Maximum distance (km)
 Parental origin 8.451 60.90 < 0.001*
 Chick age 20.012 1192.70 < 0.001*
 Parental origin x chick age 2.894 1191.80 0.056
Total distance (km)
 Parental origin 6.110 67.17 0.004*
 Chick age 47.663 1197.03 < 0.001*
 Parental origin x chick age 4.075 1196.11 0.017*
Duration (h)
 Parental origin 1.844 64.44 0.166
 Chick age 46.580 1195.37 < 0.001*
 Parental origin x chick age 13.305 1194.48 < 0.001*
  1. Parental origin is divided in relocated birds (zb vl), resident birds in new colony (vl vl) and resident birds in old colony (zb zb). All models included bird ID as random effect. *Statistically significant p < 0.05