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Figure S1. Map showing individual PC1-3 scores of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in Alberta, Canada: (a–c) based on genotypic data; (d–f) based on habitat-use data.

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Figure S2. Map showing individual PC1-3 scores of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in Alberta, Canada: (a–c) based on habitat-use data.

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Figure S3. Plots showing the relationship between (a) coancestry and geographic distance; (b) relatedness (QG) and geographic distance; (c) coancestry and ecological distance (PC2), and (d) relatedness and ecological distance (PC1).

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Appendix S1. Linear mixed modeling.

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Table S1. The seven land cover classes (referred to as habitat) for which the proportion of use was calculated for each individual grizzly bear (Ursus arctos).

Table S2. Candidate models fit to the three condition metrics (mass, length and body condition).

Table S3. Proportion of use for each habitat variable according to individual (= 88).

Table S4. Basic population genetic diversity statistics and the standard error (SE) for each management unit for grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in Alberta, Canada (= 88).

Table S5. Individual morphometric data (= 64) and homozygosity.

Table S6. The first three principal component (PC) axes of habitat use in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in Alberta, Canada.

Table S7. Model results examining variation in mass, total length, and body condition.

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