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Figure S1. Stellar sea lion fits using 100% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model. An "-R" designation refers to rookery-only data, and a "-T" designation refers to trend-site data (rookeries and haul-outs). See main paper for a full description.

Figure S2. Stellar sea lion fits using 400% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model. An "-R" designation refers to rookery-only data, and a "-T" designation refers to trend-site data (rookeries and haul-outs). See main paper for a full description.

Figure S3. Sea otter fits using 100% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model.

Figure S4. Sea otter fits using 400% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model.

Figure S5. Harbor seal and fur seal fits using 100% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model.

Figure S6. Harbor seal and fur seal fits using 400% as the maximum for the fitted model. The solid line is the fit using the model where the variance is linearly related to the mean, and the dashed line is the fit with the constant-variance model.

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