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Data for “Breeding responses to environmental variation are age- and trait-dependent in female Nazca boobies”

Anderson, David J.

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Data for “Breeding responses to environmental variation are age- and trait-dependent in female Nazca boobies”
author
Anderson, David J.
abstract
These documents contain data used to model variation in Nazca booby reproductive parameters by age, environment, and their interaction (Tompkins & Anderson in press, Ecology 2021). The data are organized in Excel workbooks by response variable (Breeding Probability, Breeding Date, A-egg Volume, Clutch Size, Fledging Success) and by analysis stage (tabs within each Excel document). Analyses using these datasets are described in the manuscript text, and include: “Additive effects of female age and environment”, labelled “Age + E” in Excel workbooks. “Selective disappearance”, labelled “Selective Disappearance.” “Male age and identity effects on egg-laying traits and fledging success”, labelled “Male Age, ID.” “Interactive effects of female age and environment on Breeding Probability, egg-laying traits, and Fledging Success: age span 3–12”, labelled “Yng Age x E.” “Interactive effects of female age and environment on Breeding Probability, egg-laying traits, and Fledging Success: age span 11–20”, labelled “Old Age x E.” Data descriptions and variable definitions are included within each file. Data collection was supported primarily by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. DEB 93045679, DEB 9629539, DEB 98-06606, DEB 0235818, DEB 0842199, and DEB 1354473 to David J. Anderson.
subject
Nazca booby
date
2021-04-20T22:26:18Z (accessioned)
2021-04-20T22:26:18Z (available)
2021-04-20 (issued)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/98683 (uri)
language
en_US (iso)
source
Ecology
type
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