Here, the number of DCPs found in each 24,000-[m.sup.2] area or ACFPs in a 1-[km.sup.2] cell was multiplied by the proportion-open-water conversion factor, with DCPs also multiplied by 41.667, to calculate the density of DCPs and AFCPs as the number of pots per square kilometer of open water.
In contrast, for this subset of cells, we detected no differences in ACFP densities by waterbody ([F.sub.(3)]=0.50, P=0.66) or by habitat type, ([F.sub.(1)]=0.77, P=0.38) and no interaction ([F.sub.(8)]=0.72, P=0.67) between these factors.