Figure S1 from The chronology of reindeer hunting on Norway's highest ice patches
journal contributionposted on 22.01.2018 by Lars Pilø, Espen Finstad, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Julian Robert Post Martinsen, Atle Nesje, Brit Solli, Vivian Wangen, Martin Callanan, James H. Barrett
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A comparison of the kernel density model and summed probability density plots of hunting-related and all ice patch finds. Each plot shows in light grey the sum of the calibrated date distributions, and in dark grey an estimate of the underlying distribution of events using a kernel density model, taking into account the number (n) of dated events . The blue band is a ±1σ estimate of the uncertainty in the KDE model, estimated by comparison of multiple possible scenarios. Individual panels show (a) dates associated with hunting with a low risk of the old-wood effect (n=80); (b) dates associated with hunting with a high risk of the old-wood effect (n=25); (c) all dates with a low risk of the old-wood effect (n=121); (d) all dates with a high risk of the old-wood effect (n=32).