DOI: 10.1111/2041-210x.13544
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Abstract: In isotopic studies of mobile consumers, measurement error in spatial location is almost inevitable when individuals are observed only once. This error can have considerable impacts on the interpretation of ecologically important features, such as individual movement behaviour and dietary niche breadth. This study introduces a measurement error modelling framework for estimating movement scale and isotopic fractionation for consumers that move and feed along a linear isoscape gradient. The model assumes that t… Show more

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