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acv538-sup-001-FigS1.pdf171KFigure S1. Probability of occurrence plots from logistic regressions between species occurrence and the top individual variable from logistic models. Gray shading represents 95% confidence intervals. NLC = northern leatherside chub, RSS = redside shiner, LD = longnose dace, SD = speckled dace, MSC = mottled sculpin, CT = cutthroat trout, MSU = mountain sucker.
acv538-sup-002-FigS2.pdf179KFigure S2. Linear regression plots between abundance/m2 of individual fish species and the top individual variable from linear variables. NLC = northern leatherside chub, RSS = redside shiner, LD = longnose dace, SD = speckled dace, MSC = mottled sculpin, CT = cutthroat trout, MSU = mountain sucker.
acv538-sup-003-FigS3.pdf17KFigure S3. Scatterplots showing correlations with outliers (arrows) between predicted densities (no./m2) of (a) northern leatherside chub (NLC) and longnose dace (LD) and (b) speckled dace (SD) and mottled sculpin (MSC). Removal of outliers changed the outcome of correlations for these plots, the results of which are shown in Table 7.
acv538-sup-004-TabS1-3.doc213KTable S1. Total fish abundance across all sites. Missing site numbers indicate fishless and/or dry sites. Asterisks indicate non-native species. Bolded values indicate common native species used in full analyses.
acv538-sup-004-TabS1-3.doc213KTable S2. Model selection for logistic models predicting occurrence of each species. ΔAICc = difference between a given model and the top model (lowest AICc), wi = Akaike weights representing model likelihood. Bolded values represent models with cumulative Akaike weights of 95%. Model numbers correspond to the models described in Table 2.
acv538-sup-004-TabS1-3.doc213KTable S3. Model selection for linear models predicting occurrence of each species. ΔAICc = difference between a given model and the top model (lowest AICc), wi = Akaike weights representing model likelihood. Bolded values represent models with cumulative Akaike weights of 95%. Model numbers correspond to the models described in Table 2.

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