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Table 2 Parameter estimates for bobcat habitat selection at the landscape spatial scale

From: Adult bobcat (Lynx rufus) habitat selection in a longleaf pine savanna

Variablea Sex β SE Z b P Scaled odds ratioc Scaled lower 95% Scaled upper 95%
Mature pine Male − 0.289 0.026 − 11.104 < 0.001 0.749 0.712 0.788
Female − 0.204 0.016 − 13.106 < 0.001 0.816 0.791 0.841
Mixed pine/hardwoods Male − 0.262 0.035 − 7.463 < 0.001 0.769 0.718 0.824
Female − 0.434 0.024 − 18.440 < 0.001 0.648 0.619 0.678
Hardwoods Male − 0.268 0.024 − 11.384 < 0.001 0.765 0.731 0.801
Female − 0.149 0.014 − 10.334 < 0.001 0.862 0.838 0.886
Young pine Male 0.139 0.010 14.524 < 0.001 1.150 1.128 1.171
Female 0.056 0.007 8.590 < 0.001 1.057 1.044 1.071
Agriculture Male − 0.349 0.026 − 13.365 < 0.001 0.705 0.670 0.743
Female − 0.338 0.017 − 20.251 < 0.001 0.713 0.690 0.737
Shrub/scrub Male − 0.097 0.013 − 7.261 < 0.001 0.907 0.884 0.931
Female − 0.097 0.008 − 11.433 < 0.001 0.908 0.893 0.923
Primary roads Male − 0.241 0.014 − 16.795 < 0.001 0.786 0.764 0.808
Female − 0.223 0.009 − 24.755 < 0.001 0.800 0.786 0.815
Secondary roads Male 0.026 0.036 0.713 0.476 1.026 0.956 1.101
Female − 0.139 0.023 − 5.989 < 0.001 0.870 0.831 0.911
  1. aDistance to nearest habitat patches (m)
  2. bStandardized coefficient estimates
  3. cScalar, 200 m
  4. This research was conducted at the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, southwestern Georgia, USA, 2001–2007