Data from: American black bears perceive the risks of crossing roads

Ditmer M, Rettler S, Fieberg J, Iaizzo P, Laske T, Noyce K, Garshelis DL

Date Published: September 15, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dg072

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Title Variables in model examining effect of road crossing on bear max. heart rate
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Description This csv file contains all of the processed values of variables included in the first model (generalized additive model) examining the influence of road crossings on bears' maximum heart rate (MAXHRstep), including other considered covariates.
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Title Variables in model examining effect of distance to roadway on bear max. heart rate
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Description This csv file contains all of the processed values of variables included in the second model (generalized additive model) examining the influence distance to roadways on bears' maximum heart rate (MAXHRstep), including other considered covariates.
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