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    Summary of results from mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection model with interaction of status (resident = 1, transient = 0) for red wolves in eastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.

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    <p>Summary of results from mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection model with interaction of status (resident = 1, transient = 0) for red wolves in eastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.</p

    Relative probability of 3<sup>rd</sup>-order habitat selection by transient red wolves across the Albemarle Peninsula in northeastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.

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    <p>Relative probability of 3<sup>rd</sup>-order habitat selection by transient red wolves across the Albemarle Peninsula in northeastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.</p

    Habitat availability and habitat proportions of space used by resident and transient red wolves in northeastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.

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    <p>Asterisks above the bars represent statistical differences among areas within habitat classes (<i>P</i> < 0.05, Tukey’s test). Study area proportions are shown for reference.</p

    Summary of results from mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection model with interaction of status (resident = 1, transient = 0) for red wolves in eastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.

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    <p>Summary of results from mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection model with interaction of status (resident = 1, transient = 0) for red wolves in eastern North Carolina during 2009–2011.</p

    Comparison of model fit among the null model (no landscape features), and models with and without interactions of status (1 = resident, 0 = transient), used to test hypotheses about red wolf 3<sup>rd</sup>-order resource selection in eastern North Carolina, 2009–2011.

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    <p>Comparison of model fit among the null model (no landscape features), and models with and without interactions of status (1 = resident, 0 = transient), used to test hypotheses about red wolf 3<sup>rd</sup>-order resource selection in eastern North Carolina, 2009–2011.</p

    Summary of mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection models for predicting red wolf habitat use based on 5 candidate models corresponding to different hypotheses of landscape features potentially affecting 3<sup>rd</sup>-order habitat selection by transient and resident red wolves in northeastern North Carolina, 2009–2011.

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    <p>Summary of mixed-effect Bayesian resource selection models for predicting red wolf habitat use based on 5 candidate models corresponding to different hypotheses of landscape features potentially affecting 3<sup>rd</sup>-order habitat selection by transient and resident red wolves in northeastern North Carolina, 2009–2011.</p
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