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Table 1 Variables used to estimate the site occupancy rate and detection probability of Tibetan Snowcock in the occupancy model

From: Habitat use and diel activity pattern of the Tibetan Snowcock (Tetraogallus tibetanus): a case study using camera traps for surveying high-elevation bird species

Abbreviation Name Description
Site covariates   
 ELE Elevation Numeric (range 3925‒5084 m)
 ASP Aspect Categorical (E, N, NE, NW, S, SE, SW, W)
 SLO Slope Numeric (range 1.7‒48.3°)
 DTRI Distance to the nearest river Numeric (range 30‒2749 m)
 DTRO Distance to the nearest road Numeric (range 29‒9023 m)
 DTSE Distance to the nearest settlement Numeric (range 1583‒15,715 m)
 RID River density Numeric (range 0.084‒0.482)
 ROD Road density Numeric (range 0.030‒0.207)
 SED Settlement density Numeric (range 0.000‒0.143)
 EVI Enhanced vegetation index Numeric (range 0.028‒0.301)
Detection covariates   
 DATE Date Numeric (range − 5 to 135)
The average days of each segment away from the second segment (1‒5 July)
 LT Livestock Logical (TRUE: livestock photographed in a segment; FALSE: livestock not photographed in a segment)