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Table 1 CCF results for both active fish and consumed tags

From: Was my science project eaten? A novel approach to validate consumption of marine biologging instruments

Fate ID Species Deep-water (D) or epipelagic (E) species Start of 5-day sequence CCF maximum correlation CCF lag Sampling rate (s)
Active fish 35545 Bluntnose sixgill shark
(Hexanchus griseus)
D 9/20/2010 0.99 0 286
107797 Oceanic whitetip shark
(Carcharhinus longimanus)
E 5/22/2011 0.95 −1 120
107800 Caribbean reef shark
(Carcharhinus perezi)
E 1/5/2012 0.41 −1 120
150491 Cuban dogfish
(Squalus cubensis)
D 10/8/2015 0.95 −1 133
154727 Cuban dogfish
(Squalus cubensis)
D 3/6/2016 0.96 −1 132
Consumed 65821 Bluntnose sixgill shark
(Hexanchus griseus)
D 9/20/2010 0.85 −48 120
103791 Gulper shark
(Centrophorus spp.)
D 11/15/2010 0.45 −4 286
103794 Gulper shark
(Centrophorus spp.)
D 1/5/2011 0.64 −17 120
115972 Caribbean reef shark
(Carcharhinus perezi)
E 7/10/2013 0.79 −82 120
150489 Cuban dogfish
(Squalus cubensis)
D 11/13/2015 0.95 −14 133