This article has an erratum: [https://doi.org/10.1051/alr/2023024]
Aquat. Living Resour.
Volume 36, 2023
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Published online||25 July 2023|
Table S1. Information of all Raja clavata tagged (including the dead individual used as control) displaying their biometric parameters and tagging information. Individuals were excluded from the analysis if they had less than three detection days.
Table S2. Behavioural metrics of the nine individuals of Raja clavata considered in the analysis. Individual fish ID, FD: number of filtered detections, DD: detected days, TD: total tracked days, RI: residence index, AS Tot: total activity space (km2), AS day: activity space (km2) during the day, AS night: activity space (km2) during the night, Excursion: number of times an individual left and returned to the study area,/: not enough data to estimate parameters.
Figure S1. Panel displaying: (a) ©Innovasea omnidirectional acoustic receiver attached to an auger anchor, screwed in the seabed (b) acoustic transmitter V13P-1x externally attached with double zip tie fixation system, (c) Raja clavata on measuring ruler marked with both T-bar tags (©Floy Tag) (left) and acoustic transmitter (right).
Figure S2. Time series of latitudinal and longitudinal position as well as distance travelled between consecutive centres of activity (see definition in the main text) and depth records of a discarded control dead individual of Raja clavata. The depth variation in the control individual corresponds to the tidal range
Figure S3. Workflow displaying the steps taken to obtain the different parameters of Raja clavata considered in this study.
Figure S4. Total, day and night activity space areas for all Raja clavata based on centre of activities. Red dots symbolise ©Innovasea acoustic telemetry receiver locations and the shaded area of the activity space (KUD = kernel utilization distribution).
Figure S5. Total, day and night activity space areas for all Raja clavata based on centre of activities. Red dots symbolise ©Innovasea acoustic telemetry receiver locations and the shaded area of the activity space (KUD = kernel utilization distribution).Access here
© K. Papadopoulo et al., Published by EDP Sciences 2023
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