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Table 2 Resource selection modeling results, including covariate estimates (β), bootstrap-derived standard errors (SE), and 95% confidence intervals for 12 female bighorn sheep in the Seminoe Mountains, Wyoming, USA, from 2009 to 2013.

From: Short-Term Impacts of Fire-Mediated Habitat Alterations on an Isolated Bighorn Sheep Population

     95% Confidence interval
Season Covariate β SE Lower limit Upper limit
Summer intercept −0.582 NA NA NA
aspect*
east 0.743 0.127 0.537 0.979
south 2.159 0.409 1.202 2.917
west 1.134 0.295 0.408 1.587
dist_burn −0.700 1.258 −1.943 0.419
dist_road 0.678 0.267 −0.026 1.003
elev* −0.854 0.126 −1.059 −0.570
pre.post 0.487 0.759 −0.056 2.115
slope* 0.704 0.176 0.396 1.054
Int −0.671 0.825 −2.292 0.423
Winter intercept 0.820 NA NA NA
aspect*
east 0.651 0.313 0.177 1.126
south 2.064 0.897 1.171 2.835
west 0.524 0.733 0.058 1.369
dist_burn −0.111 0.615 −1.223 0.697
dist_escp* −0.540 0.122 −0.784 −0.318
dist_road* 0.426 0.305 0.086 1.009
elev −0.453 0.718 −1.298 −0.013
pre.post* 0.311 0.285 0.043 1.060
Int −0.714 0.468 −1.282 0.148
  1. * Indicates significant covariates.