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Table of nesting magnitude classes in the Caribbean countries, the range indicates nests per season. Magnitude classes are minimum and maximum nesting estimated or documented for the site.
*: Magnitude was calculated assigning a value of 5 points to the first threat selected, and then assigning values of 5 to 1 points in descending order. Taking into account that a total of 13 countries and territories responded, the maximum point value a threat can have is 65 (13 x 5) and the lowest is 0 (no points). The sum of the points for each threat is multiplied by 100 and divided by 65; the value was reduced to decimals for the previous graphic. For example, illegal trade had a total of 17 points, 17 x 100 / 65 = 26.15 (0.26).
Table with nesting and feeding sites determined during the preparation of this page, providing approximate site latitude and longitude, WWF. 2004.