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Table S1. Summary of sets and tagging and tracking operations during 1992. The bold-faced dolphin identification numbers indicate that the dolphin was the focal animal at that time. Dolphin identification numbers with an asterisk indicate that a calf was associated with the female. "Missed" indicates that an unsuccessful attempt to recapture the focal dolphin was made. Abbreviations: VHF (148-MHz radio transmitter), TDR (VHF transmitter plus a time-depth recorder), VT (visual tag-rototag).

Table S2. Summary of sets and tagging and tracking operations during 1993. The bold-faced dolphin identification numbers indicate that the dolphin was the focal animal at that time. Dolphin identification numbers with an asterisk indicate that a calf was associated with the female. "Missed" indicates that an unsuccessful attempt to recapture the focal dolphin was made. Abbreviations: VHF (148-MHz radio transmitter), TDR (VHF transmitter plus a timedepth recorder).

Table S3. Summary of sets and tagging and tracking operations during 2001. The bold-faced dolphin identification numbers indicate that the dolphin was the focal animal at that time. Dolphin identification numbers with an asterisk indicate that a calf was associated with the female. "Missed" indicates that an unsuccessful attempt to recapture the focal dolphin was made. Abbreviations: VHF (148-MHz radio transmitter), TDR(VHF transmitter plus a timedepth recorder), TDVR (VHF transmitter plus a timedepthvelocity recorder), ST (satellite tag), BT ("bullet" tag with VHF transmitter), VT (visual tag-rototag or Dufflex tag).

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