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Appendix B. Standardized regression coefficients for two models, each aiming to predict the volume of intersection in summer.

Fig. B1. Standardized regression coefficients for two models, each aiming to predict the volume of intersection in summer. Bars depict coefficients from the best performing model (Model 9 in Table 1), which is a fixed-effect model. Dots represent coefficients for Model 10, an analogous model containing the same fixed effects, except that *pack* *ID* is treated as a random effect. The similarity in coefficients between the two models suggests that estimates of coefficients are not appreciably affected by treating *pack* *ID* as a random effect. For details on the meaning of each coefficient label see the *Assessing interannual variability *section.