Ecological Archives M081-007-A3

Ewan D. Wakefield, Richard A. Phillips, Philip N. Trathan, Javier Arata, Rosemary Gales, Nic Huin, Graham Robertson, Susan M. Waugh, Henri Weimerskirch, and Jason Matthiopoulos. 2011. Habitat preference, accessibility, and competition limit the global distribution of breeding Black-browed Albatrosses. Ecological Monographs 81:141–167.

Appendix C. Remaining fixed-effects covariates retained in model II, fitted to spatial usage data from incubation-stage Black-browed Albatrosses from northwest South Georgia, and model IV, fitted to data from post-brood-stage Campbell Albatrosses.

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   FIG. C1. Remaining fixed-effects covariates retained in (a) model II, fitted to spatial usage data from incubation-stage Black-browed Albatrosses from northwest South Georgia and (b) model IV, fitted to data from post-brood-stage Campbell albatrosses. The y axes show the partial residuals once the effects of all other covariates have been removed (i.e., the contribution to η in logits, Eq. 3). Hence, the plots can be interpreted as showing relative population-level habitat preferences. Dashed lines indicate estimated 95% CIs; SG = ~ depth of the shelf-break bounding the South Georgian shelf; AD, APF and STC = ~ summertime Sea Surface Temperature (SST) of the Antarctic Divergence, Antarctic Polar Front and Subtropical Convergence.

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