Figure of two dolphins utilisation distributions and randomised spatial positions; Figure of daily MCPs; Correlations of home range overlap generated with increasing numbers of sightings per individual from A framework for the identification of long-term social avoidance in longitudinal datasets

Randomised points created by digiroo2, overlaid on utilisation distributions, for two individual dolphins; Figure showing minimum daily convex hulls used to standardise the null model to reflect sampling effort for a population of bottlenose dolphins in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Red line represents land boundary. Largest yellow polygon is entire study site. Smaller, overlapping polygons are daily convex hulls.; Home range overlap calculated as volume of intersection (VI) for both dragons and dolphins. Sightings randomly selected for the same individuals at each increment, sequentially increasing the number of sightings randomly selected.