Data for: Time at risk: Individual spatial behaviour drives effectiveness of marine protected areas and fitness

David Villegas Ríos, Joachim Claudet, Carla Freitas, Even Moland, Susanna Huneide Thorbjørnsen, Alexandre Alonso-Fernández & Esben Olsen
The effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) depends on the mobility of the populations that are the target of protection, with sedentary species likely to spend more time under protection even within small MPAs. However, little is understood about how individual variation in mobility may influence the risk of crossing an MPA border, as well as the fitness costs associated with being exposed to spillover fisheries. Here we investigated the repeatability of spatial behaviour, its...
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