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Quantifying Inter- and Intra-Population Niche Variability Using Hierarchical Bayesian Stable Isotope Mixing Models

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Stable isotope inputs to the hierarchical mixing model for B.C. wolves.

Data derived from three regions (mainland, inner islands adjacent to the coast, outer islands). Prey items from each region have unique means (solid dots) and standard deviations (dashed lines) in each isotope dimension. For wolves (n = 64), symbols are used to depict group (pack) membership.

Figure 1