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Pressbox (Press Release) - All data loggers used in this study recorded data at 10 min intervals. We stratified all imaging sonar, CCD video and environmental records into 30?min recording intervals so all passage observations were attributed to day of migration and 1/2 h time interval. We applied time series models to quantify temporal autocorrelation in the imaging sonar data. These analyses quantified the degree of autocorrelation in the time series to determine if taimen weir http://www.selleckchem.com/products/wnt-c59-c59.html passage was uniform and random or if taimen were passing in discrete groups. The variable analyzed was upstream passage rate of taimen, in # of taimen passing our site per 30?min period during the course of the entire sampling period. Because it was an analytical requirement to have values for each sampling period, we assumed passage was nil during the unsampled ALOX15 periods during 2013 (a total of 90 30?min periods, representing <8% of the entire sampling period). This time interval occurred during the early, pre-peak period of the run and bank-side observations suggested that very few individuals passed during this time, thus we feel this action had a minimal effect on our results. We applied the Dickey�CFuller test for time series stationarity (i.e.?absence of an overall trend in the data), and applied the Box�CPierce test to detect autocorrelation in the time series. We fit an autocorrelation function (ACF) and partial autocorrelation function (PACF), to the data to describe the degree and characteristics of the autocorrelation. The ACF is a set of correlation coefficients between the series and lags of itself over time, whereas the PACF explores partial correlations, or how correlations propagate to higher-order lags. More explicitly, PACF measures the amount of correlation between taimen passage and a lag of itself not explained by correlations at all lower-order lags. A general description of the use of the autocorrelations functions www.selleckchem.com in ecological studies is included in Scheiner and Gurevitch (2001). We determined the best autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model fit to the data, determined by an algorithm that determines goodness of fit by minimizing the Akaike information criterion (AIC? Hyndman and Khandakar, 2008). To explore how environmental parameters might be controlling weir passage and migration, we tested the goodness of fit of Generalized Additive Models (GAM). The response variable was upstream passage rate (# taimen per 30 min period). The following variables were considered candidate explanatory variables: (1) DAY (day of migration), (2) TIME (hour of day), (3) LIGHT (illuminance, in lux), (4) AIRT (air temperature, in ��C), (5) WATERT (water temperature, in ��C), and (6) RIVERST (river stage or height in cm).

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