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Table 2 Variables for predicting the probability of active behaviour of the full ToD models and full PoD models; separate models were fit for each of the three regions

From: Adaptation of wild boar (Sus scrofa) activity in a human-dominated landscape

PredictorInformation
Age classAdult female, adult male, sub-adult female, sub-adult male, piglet
Air temperatureHourly measurement in °C
Hunting pressureAltdorf Forest: standard hunting
Swabian Alps: standard hunting, restricted hunting
Wurzach Marsh: standard hunting, no hunting
Time-of-day or phase-of-daySecond of day or dawn, daylight, dusk, night
IDWild boar identity
Day of year1 to 365
Land use categoryForest, agriculture, bog, others
Distance to forest edgeNext forest edge, at locations in forest noted as negative values
Distance to roadDistance to the next road
Distance to trackDistance to the next forest track or field road
ExpositionNortheast, east, southeast, south, southwest, west, northwest, north
SlopeSlope in degrees
ElevationElevation above sea level
Moon-phaseTheoretical moon visibility, 0 to 100 percent
WeekendTrue/false (Friday 5 pm to Sunday 12 pm)
Size of the hunting Free/restricted hunting areaArea in ha; for locations outside of protected areas the size of the closest protected area
No human accessTrue/false (only in models for the Swabian Alps)