Table 1 |
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New name | Old name | Species | Common name | Sex | Year deployed | Time between samples | Length of diving record (days) |
1 | Nf5a.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2002 | 4 | 12 |
2 | NF7A.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2002 | 4 | 13 |
3 | NF8.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2002 | 4 | 9 |
7 | C2-tdr.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
8 | C2-2nd.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
9 | Ad-2nd.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
10 | P-tdr.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
12 | Tdr-14.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
13 | Tdr-ad.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1988 | 10 | 3 |
14 | Tdr-139.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 4 |
15 | Ad-tdr.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 4 |
16 | C2-neo.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 3 |
17 | Tdr-102.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 3 |
19 | 138-2.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 3 |
20 | Tdr-141.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 2 |
21 | Tdr-51.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1990 | 10 | 5 |
22 | Tdr-c2.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1991 | 10 | 3 |
23 | n99f2 | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 15 |
24 | n99f1 | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 17 |
25 | n99k1.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 14 |
26 | n99k2.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 12 |
27 | n99k3.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 10 |
28 | n99k4.hex | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 18 |
29 | n99k5.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 10 |
30 | n99f5.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 22 |
31 | n99f6.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 1999 | 5 | 16 |
32 | 99-373.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2000 | 5 | 8 |
33 | n00sm2.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2000 | 5 | 29 |
34 | n00sm3.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2000 | 5 | 30 |
35 | n00sm5.wch | Neophoca cinerea | Australian sea lion | F | 2000 | 5 | 30 |
36 | 99-036 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 7 |
38 | 99-039 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 5 |
39 | 99-040 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 4 |
40 | 99-041 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
41 | 99-042 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
42 | 99-043 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 5 |
43 | 99-044 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
44 | 99-045 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
45 | 99-046 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
46 | 99-047 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
47 | 99-049 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 2 |
48 | 99-062 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 8 |
49 | 99-067 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 3 |
50 | 99-069 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 6 |
51 | 99-079 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 14 |
52 | 99-081 | Arctocephalus gazella | Antarctic fur seal | F | 1999 | 5 | 9 |
54 | E 40 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 10 |
55 | E 41 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 11 |
56 | E 42 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 7 |
57 | E 43 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 11 |
58 | E 45 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 8 |
59 | E 46 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 11 |
60 | E 48 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 11 |
61 | E 49 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 11 |
62 | E 52 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 6 |
63 | E 53 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 10 |
64 | E 55 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 3 |
65 | E 56 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 7 |
66 | E 58 | Phocarctos hookeri | New Zealand sea lion | F | 1997 | 5 | 7 |
67 | blue | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | F | 1995 | 30 | 32 |
68 | c115r | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | F | 1990 | 30 | 27 |
69 | d197 | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | F | 1990 | 30 | 29 |
70 | D318 | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | F | 1990 | 30 | 40 |
71 | Deb | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | F | 1996 | 30 | 17 |
77 | Bopp | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | M | 1997 | 30 | 60 |
78 | c508 | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | M | 1991 | 40 | 97 |
79 | Fuzz | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | M | 1989 | 30 | 80 |
80 | joe | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | M | 1991 | 40 | 95 |
81 | mario | Mirounga angustirostris | Northern Elephant Seal | M | 1992 | 30 | 74 |
87 | Obi 1 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1991 | 10 | 3 |
88 | Obi 2 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1992 | 10 | 10 |
89 | Obi 3 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1992 | 10 | 9 |
91 | Obi 5 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 7 |
92 | Obi 6 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 7 |
93 | Obi 7 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 11 |
94 | Obi 8 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 7 |
95 | Obi 9 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 12 |
96 | Obi 10 | Arctocephalus forsteri | New Zealand fur seal | F | 1993 | 10 | 10 |
97 | 280019 | Zalophus californianus | California sea lion | F | 2003 | 5 | 12 |
98 | 0280016a | Zalophus californianus | California sea lion | F | 2003 | 5 | 12 |
99 | 00-066a | Zalophus californianus | California sea lion | F | 2003 | 5 | 10 |
Figure 1a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of Australian sea lion record. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animal 7) |
Figure 2a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of New Zealand sea lion record. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animal 58) |
Figure 3a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of California sea lion record. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animal 99) |
Figure 4a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of female northern elephant seal record. One depth reading equivalent to 30s. (animal 68) |
Figure 5a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of male northern elephant seal record. One depth reading equivalent to 30s. (animal 80) |
Figure 6a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of Antarctic fur seal record. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animal 40) |
Figure 7a: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot) showing typical shape of New Zealand fur seal record. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animal 95) |
Figure 1c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all Australian sea lions. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.940 (p<0.001). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.977 (p<0.001). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.988 (p<0.001). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 2c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all New Zealand sea lions. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.056 (p=0.437). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.005 (p=0.826). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.971 (p<0.001). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 4c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all female northern elephant seals. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.723 (p=0.068). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.692 (p=0.081). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.404 (p=0.249). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 5c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all male northern elephant seals. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.675 (p=0.088). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.758 (p=0.055). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.869 (p=0.021). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 6c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all Antarctic fur seals. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.223 (p=0.143). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.327 (p=0.066). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.450 (p=0.024). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 7c: Summary statistics of dive method vs. modal depth of depth method. This plot contains values for all New Zealand fur seals. Regression of “average:” R2 = 0.186 (p=0.287). Regression of “median:” R2 = 0.174 (p=0.305). Regression of “mode:” R2 = 0.025 (p<0.706). Dashed line represents the ideal relationship between variables. |
Figure 1b: Average number of TDR readings
per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an
average of all 30 Australian sea lion dive records, standardized to 10s
per depth reading. (animals 1-35). The solid and dashed lines show
the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive
method. |
Figure 2b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 13 New Zealand sea lion dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 54-66). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 3b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 3 California sea lion dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 97-99). Software limitations prevented analysis via the dive method. |
Figure 4b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 5 female northern elephant seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 30s. (animals 67-71) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 5b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 5 male northern elephant seal dive records, standardized to 30s per depth reading. (animals 77-81). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 6b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 16 Antarctic fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 36-53). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 7b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 9 New Zealand fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. Plot is truncated due to lack of accurate TDR depth records deeper than 234m (see Costa and Gales 2000). (animals 87-96) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 1d: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of 7 Australian sea lion dive records, all from the same population. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animals 7-13) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 1e: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of 8 Australian sea lion dive records, all from the same population. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animals 14-21) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 1f: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of 5 Australian sea lion dive records, all from the same population. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 25-29) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 2d: Number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). Lines represent consecutive days of diving for a New Zealand sea lion. (animal 57). |
Figure 1g: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). Each line represents one Australian sea lion dive records; all individuals are from the same population. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animals 14-21). |
Figure 6b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 16 Antarctic fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 36-53). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 7b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 9 New Zealand fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. Plot is truncated due to lack of accurate TDR depth records deeper than 234m (see Costa and Gales 2000). (animals 87-96). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 1b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 30 Australian sea lion dive records, standardized to 10s per depth reading. (animals 1-35). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 2b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 13 New Zealand sea lion dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 54-66) . The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 3b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 3 California sea lion dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 97-99). Software limitations prevented analysis via the dive method. |
Figure 4b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 5 female northern elephant seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 30s. (animals 67-71). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 5b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 5 male northern elephant seal dive records, standardized to 30s per depth reading. (animals 77-81). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 6b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 16 Antarctic fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 5s. (animals 36-53). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 7b: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). This plot is an average of all 9 New Zealand fur seal dive records. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. Plot is truncated due to lack of accurate TDR depth records deeper than 234m (see Costa and Gales 2000). (animals 87-96). The solid and dashed lines show the grand average and modal dive depth, respectively, produced via the dive method. |
Figure 1g: Average number of TDR readings per day vs. Depth category (time-residency plot). Each line represents one Australian sea lion dive records; all individuals are from the same population. One depth reading equivalent to 10s. (animals 14-21). |