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Table 3 Parameter estimates for bobcat habitat selection at the annual area of use 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 − 0.079 0.029 − 2.741 0.006 0.924 0.873 0.978
Female − 0.078 0.017 − 4.469 < 0.001 0.925 0.894 0.957
Mixed pine/hardwoods Male − 0.026 0.040 − 0.646 0.518 0.975 0.902 1.053
Female − 0.081 0.027 − 3.019 0.003 0.923 0.876 0.972
Hardwoods Male − 0.140 0.025 − 5.671 < 0.001 0.869 0.828 0.912
Female − 0.111 0.015 − 7.257 < 0.001 0.895 0.868 0.922
Young pine Male 0.040 0.011 3.649 < 0.001 1.041 1.019 1.063
Female 0.023 0.007 3.319 0.001 1.023 1.009 1.037
Agriculture Male − 0.280 0.027 − 10.562 < 0.001 0.756 0.717 0.796
Female − 0.169 0.017 −9.764 < 0.001 0.845 0.816 0.874
Shrub/scrub Male − 0.070 0.015 − 4.783 < 0.001 0.932 0.906 0.960
Female − 0.009 0.009 − 1.025 0.305 0.991 0.973 1.009
Primary roads Male 0.005 0.016 0.290 0.772 1.005 0.973 1.038
Female 0.004 0.010 0.412 0.680 1.004 0.984 1.025
Secondary roads Male 0.049 0.037 1.333 0.183 1.051 0.977 1.130
Female − 0.072 0.025 − 2.919 0.004 0.931 0.887 0.977
  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