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Relative frequency of transit time between movements.

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posted on 17.09.2015, 02:59 by Kale T. Bentley, Daniel E. Schindler, Jonathan B. Armstrong, Timothy J. Cline, Gabriel T. Brooks

as a function of whether the movement was to a new stream. Transit time was calculated as the time elapsed between a downstream (emigration) and upstream (immigration) movement for (A) Arctic grayling and (B) rainbow trout. The black portion of the pie represents the relative proportion that were inter-stream movements (i.e., the white portion represents fish that emigrate from a stream and then immigrated back into the same stream, but were not detected at another site between those two movements).