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Table S1;Table S2 from Long-term satellite tracking reveals patterns of long-distance dispersal in juvenile and adult Arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus)

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posted on 2023-01-25, 05:32 authored by Richard Gravel, Sandra Lai, Dominique Berteaux
Results of the statistical analyses testing the effect of sex on movement metrics during the transience stage of adult Arctic foxes undertaking breeding long-distance dispersal from Bylot Island (Nunavut, Canada). Superscripts indicate use of a permutation test because of non-normality of the data (1), or sample size reduced to n = 26 for All LDD (2).;ID, life stage, sex, and movement status of 170 individuals (148 adults and 22 juveniles) tracked to analyse long-distance dispersal of Arctic foxes from Bylot Island (Nunavut, Canada) between 2007 and 2021. Resident: territory holder; Transient: not a resident (removed from analyses); SDD: short-distance disperser (individual settled < 80 km from initial range); LDD: long-distance disperser (individual moved ≥ 80 km away from its territory with no permanent return); Interrupted LDD: individual may have started to disperse but nature of the movement unconfirmed because of collar failure or fox death (see Note); Removed from analyses: individual removed from analyses as tracking was too short due to premature collar failure or fox death (see Note).;Dynamic display of the transience phase of long-distance dispersal performed by 27 adult and 10 juvenile Arctic foxes equipped with Argos Platform Terminal Transmitters on Bylot Island (Nunavut, Canada) from 2007-2021. Each path line starting from Bylot Island represents one individual.

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