Ecological Archives A017-054-A5

Jason E. Bruggeman, Robert A. Garrott, P. J. White, Fred G. R. Watson, and Rick Wallen. 2007. Covariates affecting spatial variability in bison travel behavior in Yellowstone National Park. Ecological Applications 17:1411–1423.

Appendix E. Maps of predicted travel probability from top approximating models for general and long distance bison travel throughout central Yellowstone.

Probability maps developed from the best approximating a priori models examining the effects of topography and habitat attributes on general bison travel, and bison long distance travel throughout central Yellowstone National Park. White areas represent a travel probability of zero and travel probabiltity increases as colors darken from green to red to dark blue (see legend). Roads are depicted in gray shading and streams in blue.

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   FIG. E1. Probability map developed from the best approximating a priori model of general bison travel throughout central Yellowstone National Park.

 

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   FIG. E2. Probability map developed from the best approximating a priori model of long distance bison travel throughout central Yellowstone National Park.


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