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Correction: Return Customers: Foraging Site Fidelity and the Effect of Environmental Variability in Wide-Ranging Antarctic Fur Seals

  • Benjamin Arthur,
  • Mark Hindell,
  • Marthan Bester,
  • Phil Trathan,
  • Ian Jonsen,
  • Iain Staniland,
  • W. Chris Oosthuizen,
  • Mia Wege,
  • Mary-Anne Lea

Correction: Return Customers: Foraging Site Fidelity and the Effect of Environmental Variability in Wide-Ranging Antarctic Fur Seals

  • Benjamin Arthur, 
  • Mark Hindell, 
  • Marthan Bester, 
  • Phil Trathan, 
  • Ian Jonsen, 
  • Iain Staniland, 
  • W. Chris Oosthuizen, 
  • Mia Wege, 
  • Mary-Anne Lea
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In Fig 5, panel B is a duplicate of the first image of panel A. Please see the correct Fig 5 and its caption below.

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Fig 5. Probability of foraging site fidelity in relation to oceanographic parameters: (a) within a year and (b) between years.

Curves were fitted using the best logistic GLMM respectively, as shown in Table 5. The grey bar represents the 95% confidence interval around the estimated effect.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0179322.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Arthur B, Hindell M, Bester M, Trathan P, Jonsen I, Staniland I, et al. (2015) Return Customers: Foraging Site Fidelity and the Effect of Environmental Variability in Wide-Ranging Antarctic Fur Seals. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0120888. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0120888 pmid:25807082