Table 2. Measurements used to determine why some troops experience higher levels of human–baboon conflict than others, and the characteristics of the sleeping sites used by each troop.

  Conflict indices   Spatial variables   Use of sleeping site types
Troop Index 1: total HID and HII, 2005–2007 (no.) Index 2: mean annual HID and HII (%)   Accessible area that is urbanized (%) Area of home range area <100 m that is urbanized (%) Home range perimeter abutting urban edge (%) Mean distance of sleeping sites to urban habitat (km)   Trees (%) Cliffs (%) Buildings (%)
DG   11 10.1   32.2 48.1 15.9 0.10   63 14 23
TK   9 2.5   38.7 14.6 21.6 1.14   100 0 +
SK   8 11.0   29.9 52.8 20.4 0.20   29 54 16
PR   7 6.0   5.3 1.4 0.0 0.25   84 16 +
RH   5 11.9   26.7 78.6 25.1 0.12   + 100 +
SWB   5 6.0   13.8 60.1 27.8 0.45     100 +
CP   4 5.2   0.1 0.7 0.0 1.99     100 +
BB   2 5.6   0.6 5.0 0.0 0.61   67 33 +
KK   0 0.0   1.3 0.6 0.0 2.17   16 84 +
                         
HID = human-induced deaths. HII = human-induced injuries.
A blank cell means that the sleeping site type was not available in the troops home range while + indicates that the sleeping site type was available but not used.