Title

Supplementary Data 3 - Study sites: location, population wing length, monitoring method, tide

Document Type

Data

DOI

10.6084/m9.figshare.1536260.v11

Publication Date

1-1-2016

Description

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Description of the dataset "Supplementary Data 3 - Study sites.csv" -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The dataset - is used in the paper "Defying the 24-h day: Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds - Supplementary Actograms" by Bulla et al 2016 - contains estimates of mean female and male wing length for each population of biparental shorebirds from a specific study site, plus the locations of the study site, whether the locations had tide, and whether the tide was used by the population for foraging, and how the incubation was monitored. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Questions can be directed to: Martin Bulla (bulla.mar@gmail.com) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Values are separated by comma. Missing values are NA. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. scinam : scientific name of the species 2. sp : four letter abbreviation of the species's English name 3. study_site : name of the study site 4. site_abbreviation : four letter abbreviation of the study site 5. type : was the study site at the breeding ground (breeding) or not (wintering) 6. lat : latitude of the study site (decimal) 7. lon : longitude of the study site (decimal) 8. tidal_habitat : is the study site at primarily tidal habitat (y=yes, n=no) 9. tidal_used : if the study site is at primarily tidal habitat, do the birds use it for foraging (y=yes, n=no) 10. incubation_monitoring : method used to monitor incubation (for details see the paper's Extended Data Table 4) 11. sexing_method : identifies the method used to sex individuals to estimate the mean female and male wing length 12. pop_wing_f : mean female wing length for the population 13. f_wing_N : sample size used for the female mean estimate 14. pop_wing_m : mean male wing length for the population 15. m_wing_N : sample size used for the male mean estimate 16. data_source : is the mean wing estimate based on the primary data ("our primary data") or literature (citation)) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WHEN USING THIS DATA, PLEASE CITE: Bulla et al (2016). Supplementary Data 3 - Study sites: location, population wing length, monitoring method, tide. figshare. https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1536260.v11. Retrieved ADD DATETIME. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Publisher

figshare Academic Research System

Source Link

https://figshare.com/articles/dataset/populations_wing_length_txt/1536260/11

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