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Table 5 Variables in the final model for AIV prevalence, their coefficients, statistical test value and significance

From: Long-term avian influenza virus epidemiology in a small Spanish wetland ecosystem is driven by the breeding Anseriformes community

  Estimate SE z value Pr(> |z|)
(Intercept) −37.586 7.832 −4.799 ***
Breeding Anseriformes couples 0.140 0.024 5.934 ***
Phenology
 Breeding 2.755 1.018 2.706 **
 Spring migration −6.862 1.307 −5.252 ***
 Wintering − 3.195 1.522 −2.099 *
Resident species richness 1.111 0.316 3.521 ***
Mean wind 15 days bs (km/h) 0.965 0.282 3.425 ***
Breeding Podiceps cristatus couples −0.193 0.090 −2.140 *
  1. Coefficients for phenology are relative to southward autumn migration.
  2. SE: standard error, bs: before sampling
  3. ***p < 0.001; **p < 0.01; *p < 0.05.