Overall dynamic body acceleration (ODBA) by seven GPS tagged great egrets in different tidal wetland types at Tomales Bay, CA, 2017–2019.
figureposted on 31.12.2021, 18:33 by Scott Jennings, David Lumpkin, Nils Warnock, T. Emiko Condeso, John P. Kelly
Estimates and 95% profile likelihood confidence intervals are from a linear mixed effect model with bird ID included as a random effect.
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