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Table 10.

Competitive and global generalized linear models examined to explain variation in the proportion of adult female Cooper's hawks that undertook long-distance (>100 km) postbreeding dispersal, based on data from 28 radio-tagged adult female Cooper's hawks on two north Florida study areas, 1996–2000. Model ranking was based on Akaike's Information Criterion corrected for small sample size (AICc). All competitive models (within 2 AIC units of the top model) and the global model are shown. Models were fit with a logit-link function.

Competitive and global generalized linear models examined to explain variation in the proportion of adult female Cooper's hawks that undertook long-distance (>100 km) postbreeding dispersal, based on data from 28 radio-tagged adult female Cooper's hawks on two north Florida study areas, 1996–2000. Model ranking was based on Akaike's Information Criterion corrected for small sample size (AICc). All competitive models (within 2 AIC units of the top model) and the global model are shown. Models were fit with a logit-link function.
Competitive and global generalized linear models examined to explain variation in the proportion of adult female Cooper's hawks that undertook long-distance (>100 km) postbreeding dispersal, based on data from 28 radio-tagged adult female Cooper's hawks on two north Florida study areas, 1996–2000. Model ranking was based on Akaike's Information Criterion corrected for small sample size (AICc). All competitive models (within 2 AIC units of the top model) and the global model are shown. Models were fit with a logit-link function.
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