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Supplementary Materials

This PDF file includes:

  • Supplementary Methods
  • table S1. Species-specific model deviance explained and cross-validation using area under the curve statistics.
  • fig. S1. Kernel density plot of fisheries effort and tracking data for leatherback turtles, California sea lions, and blue sharks.
  • fig. S2. Sample track with three randomly selected pseudotracks for all three satellite-tracked species.
  • fig. S3. Partial response curves from boosted regression trees for sea surface temperature, bathymetry, chl-a, and SSHa across all species models.
  • fig. S4. Species-specific predictions with error bounds from boosted regression tree model fitting process.
  • fig. S5. Time series of species habitat in a normal (2012) and anomalously warm (2015) year.
  • fig. S6. Sensitivity analysis of EcoCast bycatch and integrated risk under varying species weightings to highlight their influence on the final product.
  • fig. S7. Operational tool for exploring EcoCast weightings available to managers to assess how varying scenarios change the integrated risk surface.

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • movie S1 (.mp4 format). Animation of daily bycatch predictions for the August to December 2012 fishing season, with red pixels representing high risk and white representing low risk.
  • movie S2 (.mp4 format). Animation of daily bycatch predictions for the August to December 2015 fishing season, with red pixels representing high bycatch risk and white representing low risk.
  • movie S3 (.mp4 format). Animation of daily integrated predictions for the August to December 2015 fishing season, with red pixels representing high bycatch risk and low target catch and with blue pixels representing high target catch and low bycatch risk.
  • movie S4 (.mp4 format). Animation of daily integrated predictions for the August to December 2015 fishing season, with red pixels representing high bycatch risk and low target catch and with blue pixels representing high target catch and low bycatch risk.

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