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Table 2 Results from univariate negative binomial regression models to evaluate the associations of G. truncatula abundance with management and (micro-)environmental variables

From: Longitudinal study on the temporal and micro-spatial distribution of Galba truncatula in four farms in Belgium as a base for small-scale risk mapping of Fasciola hepatica

Variable Regression coefficient Standard error P-value
Fencing    0.320
Yes −0.592 0.460  
Partial −0.057 0.217  
No - -  
Mowed    0.010
Yes −0.621 0.240  
No - -  
Water flow    0.399
Standing water −0.299 0.354  
Running water - -  
Trampled    0.896
Yes −0.049 0.379  
No - -  
Rushes/sedges    0.572
Yes 0.186 0.330  
No - -  
Reed    <0.001
Yes −0.855 0.253  
No - -  
Ranunculus sp.    0.016
Yes 0.616 0.255  
No - -  
Water pH 0.399 0.066 <0.001
Soil pH 0.704 0.239 0.003
Water temperature (°C) −0.074 0.024 0.002
Soil temperature (°C) −0.005 0.036 0.902