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Research Article

Summer Watering Patterns of Mule Deer in the Great Basin Desert, USA: Implications of Differential Use by Individuals and the Sexes for Management of Water Resources

Table 3

Number of identifiable deer, resightings, visits by unmarked individuals, abundance estimates ( ), and mean resighting rates ( RR) along with standard errors (SE) and 95 percent confidence intervals (L95CI and U95CI for lower and upper 95% confidence intervals) for female mule deer in western Utah, USA, 2007–2011 estimated using program MARK.

YearIdentifiable deerNumber of resightingsUnmarked visits SEL95CIU95CI RRSEL95CIU95CI

20072010069343.6026414.990.833.366.63
20081984142526.4940654.220.603.055.40
20092518876352.3130397.751.075.669.85
20102114145281.5125316.600.765.118.09
2011248532384.2729462.290.421.473.12

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