Data from: Diel movement patterns influence daily variation in wolf kill rates on moose

Vander Vennen LM, Patterson BR, Rodgers AR, Moffatt S, Anderson ML, Fryxell JM

Date Published: February 24, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g5tj3

 

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Title Diel factors of wolf and moose kill rates
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Description Wolf and moose movement rate data collected from GPS collared animals in northern Ontario, and represent population-level average movement rate during each of the 16 time bins throughout the 24-hour cycle. Kill rate is the distribution throughout the 16 time bins of the time of kill from field-verified sites of wolves predating on moose. Crepuscular light conditions were calculated as the average proportion of a twilight period within each time bin, and total light conditions were calculated from a crude model assuming 0 for night, 0.5 for twilight, and 1 for daylight.
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Vander Vennen LM, Patterson BR, Rodgers AR, Moffatt S, Anderson ML, Fryxell JM (2016) Diel movement patterns influence daily variation in wolf kill rates on moose. Functional Ecology 30(9): 1568–1573. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12642

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Vander Vennen LM, Patterson BR, Rodgers AR, Moffatt S, Anderson ML, Fryxell JM (2016) Data from: Diel movement patterns influence daily variation in wolf kill rates on moose. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g5tj3
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