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From: Where to deliver baits for deworming urban red foxes for Echinococcus multilocularis control: new protocol for micro-habitat modeling of fox denning requirements

Figure 5

Application examples of the established models for the two cities. Panel A shows an application example of Obihiro model. If you want to know the probability of fox denning at a targeted point in the urban area of Obihiro City, 1) calculate each percentage of wide roads, narrow roads, occupied buildings, and green covered areas within the 500 m radius centered on the point, 2) apply the values to the model, and then, you can get the answer of 5.4% of probability. Panel B shows an application example of Sapporo model. If you want to know the probability of fox denning at a targeted point in the urban area of Sapporo City, 1) calculate each percentage of wide roads, occupied buildings, riverbeds, and green covered areas within the 300 m radius centered on the point, 2) apply the values to the model, and then, you can get the answer of 92.1% of probability.

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