Fig. S1. Example of temporal representation of the year for an individual, divided into five distinct periods, using an algorithm detecting homogenous periods that is based on variation in movement means and variances.

Table S1. Random effect structure of candidate mixed-effects resource selection functions of woodland caribou in managed boreal forests of the Côte-Nord region, Québec (Canada).

Table S2. Relative support of candidate resource selection functions (see Table 1 for description) for woodland caribou in Québec (Canada), during each of the five biological seasons.

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