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|All Authors / Contributors:||John W Rowe|
|Notes:||Fig. 1. Miller's Marsh study site on Beaver Island, Michigan. The inset indicates the location of Beaver Island (BI) in Northern Lake Michigan.
Fig. 5. Home ranges (defined by dashed lines) and radio-location points (solid circles) obtained 1-3 times/day for four individual Chrysemys picta showing (A) widely dispersed movements within the home range (turtle 82, F, 26 May to 4 August 1999), (B) a single core area within a home range (turtle 327, M, 8 June to 10 August, 1999), (C) two core areas within a home range (turtle 48, M, 1 June to 10 August 1999), and (D) the relatively restricted movements and home-range size in 2000 (turtle 179, F, 20 May to 19 August, 2000). Dotted lines delineate the marsh edge at the onset of each summer.
Fig. 6. Radio-location points (solid circles) made over 24-h periods for two male Chrysemys picta that were radio-tracked at Miller's Marsh (A) turtle 195, nine radio-locations made bihourly between 0600 and 0000 (21 June 1999) and two trihourly radio-locations between 0000 and 0600 (22 June 2000); (B) 773, bihourly radio locations made 0000-0000 (11 July 2000).