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Table S1. A generalised additive model (GAM) modelling the probability of emigrating from the natal range as a function of density at marking site in the year of birth (hypothesis H1) and controlled for the effect of other variables. This is a similar model to the one presented in Loe et al. 2009 (see text above for a comparison of the models). The reference level for the effect of age class is ‘Adult’. R2=0.248.

Table S2. A generalised additive model (GAM) modelling the probability of emigrating from the natal range as a function of density at marking site in the year of birth and residual body mass at time of marking (additive effects; hypothesis H2b) and controlled for the effect of other variables. The reference level for the effect of age class is “Adult”. R2=0.244.

Table S3. A generalised additive model (GAM) modelling the probability of emigrating from the natal range as a function of density at marking site in the year of birth, residual body mass at time of marking and the interaction between them (hypothesis H2c) and controlled for the effect of other variables. The reference level for the effect of age class is “Adult”. R2=0.248.

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