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Table 1

Summary of parameters used in the model selection analysis for each habitat and encounter response variable from an 11-yr hibernation habitat study on a Massasauga population located in southern Ontario, Canada. Linear mixed-effects models are (1) Life-zone size (LZ [cm]), (2) LZ thermal buffering function (TBUFF), (3) groundwater dissolved oxygen (GWDO [mg/L]), (4) a generalized linear model compares the previous winter's fixed effects against the following active-season Massasauga encounters (Nindiv).

Summary of parameters used in the model selection analysis for each habitat and encounter response variable from an 11-yr hibernation habitat study on a Massasauga population located in southern Ontario, Canada. Linear mixed-effects models are (1) Life-zone size (LZ [cm]), (2) LZ thermal buffering function (TBUFF), (3) groundwater dissolved oxygen (GWDO [mg/L]), (4) a generalized linear model compares the previous winter's fixed effects against the following active-season Massasauga encounters (Nindiv).
Summary of parameters used in the model selection analysis for each habitat and encounter response variable from an 11-yr hibernation habitat study on a Massasauga population located in southern Ontario, Canada. Linear mixed-effects models are (1) Life-zone size (LZ [cm]), (2) LZ thermal buffering function (TBUFF), (3) groundwater dissolved oxygen (GWDO [mg/L]), (4) a generalized linear model compares the previous winter's fixed effects against the following active-season Massasauga encounters (Nindiv).
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