Table S1. A priori selection of environmental covariates for elk (Cervus canadensis manitobensis) to derive resource selection function models and selection ratios at the scale of the quarter section (= 20,970) during the hunting season (September–February) in southwestern Manitoba, Canada.

Table S2. Standardized parameter estimates from logistic regression resource selection function models for collared and hunter-killed adult females and juvenile males during the hunting season (September–March; 2002–2012) in southwestern Manitoba, Canada. Model-averaged β coefficient for each predictor covariate derived from an average of all possible models with a change in Akaike value < 2 (ΔAIC, 2.0). Covariates are described in Supporting Information, Table S1.

Figure S1. Overall schematic outline of the analyses to map disease risk management areas.

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