22,070 Works

References

John Alroy
References to publications yielding Ecological Register data records

Water quality and African elephant abundance at waterholes in Kruger National Park

Mduduzi Ndlovu, Antón Pérez-Rodríguez, Emma Devereux, Miranda Thomas, Alfredo Colina & Linford Molaba
Water quality and African elephant abundance at waterholes in Kruger National Park. Collected June-July 2016 from the field.

Raw data matrix of shape and size variables

Laura A. B. Wilson
Data matrix of Mosimann's shape ratios (14 measurement variables for the skull) and size (geometric mean) for all specimens (N = 1070). Please see the README file for full details of all measurements, abbreviations and data fields used in the raw file.

Data from: Environmental and evolutionary drivers of diversity patterns in the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) across China

Mide Rao, Manuel J. Steinbauer, Xiaoguo Xiang, Minggang Zhang, Xiangcheng Mi, Jin-Tun Zhang, Keping Ma, Jens-Christian Svenning & Jintun Zhang
Subtropical forest is recognized as an important global vegetation type with high levels of plant species richness. However, the mechanisms underlying its diversity remain poorly understood. Here, we assessed the roles of environmental drivers and evolutionary dynamics (time-for-speciation and diversification rate) in shaping species richness patterns across China for a major subtropical plant group, the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) (145 species), at several taxonomic scales. To this end, we assessed the relationships between species richness,...

Genotypes

Catherine Grueber, Samantha Fox, Elspeth McLennan, Rebecca Gooley, David Pemberton, Carolyn Hogg & Kathy Belov
Microsatellite genotypes, as used in the analysis. Columns are population (NNP = Narawntapu National Park), sample ID, followed by locus IDs. Full references are provided in Table S4 of the associated paper. Genotypes are in 3-digit format, with "0" indicating missing data.

Glider_tracked_points

Marc Badger
Zip file containing raw tracked xy and reconstructed 3D position files for each glider trial.

Bird_tracked_points

Marc Badger, Hao Wang & Robert Dudley
Zip file containing manually digitized xy and reconstructed xyz points for each bird gust transit.

Initialize_AirKnife_Data_11.30.18

Marc Badger
R script for importing and pre-processing data (including clustering).

Kinematics_Processing_Code_MATLAB

Marc Badger
MATLAB scripts for calculating body, wing, and tail kinematics from raw 3D point trajectories.

shapefile - Oregon/Washington

Michael S. Crossley, Silvia I. Rondon & Sean D. Schoville
Potato land cover data at the county level for Oregon and Washington (1840-2012), generated from the Census of Agriculture. Values of potato land cover are represented as a proportion of total county area.

AirKnife_Data_Analysis_11.30.18

Marc Badger
R script that conducts all analyses involving bird responses to the air gust.

Data from: Are vocal characteristics related to leadership patterns in mixed-species bird flocks?

Emilio Pagani-Núñez, Xue Xia, Guy Beauchamp, Ruchuan He, John H.D. Husson, Dan Liang, Eben Goodale & John H. D. Husson
What structures the organization of mixed-species bird flocks, so that some ‘nuclear’ species lead the flocks, and others follow? Previous research has shown that species actively listen to each other, and that leaders are gregarious; such gregarious species tend to make contact calls and hence may be vocally conspicuous. Here we investigated whether vocal characteristics are associated with leadership, using a global dataset of mixed-species flock studies and recordings from sound archives. We first asked...

SNPs data

Gualberto Pacheco-Sierra, Ella Vázquez-Domínguez, Jessica Pérez-Alquicira, Marco Suárez-Atilano & Jerónimo Domínguez-Laso
Acutus_moreletii_SNPs.vcf - This file includes 12879 SNP markers identified in Crocodylus acutus and C. moreletii from Mexico.

Data from: A view from above: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) provide a new tool for assessing liana infestation in tropical forest canopies, Waite, Catherine E., van der Heijden, Geertje M.F., Field, Richard, Boyd, Doreen S.

Catherine E. Waite, Geertje M.F. Van Der Heijden, Richard Field & Doreen S. Boyd
Data from: A view from above: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) provide a new tool for assessing liana infestation in tropical forest canopies, Waite, Catherine E., van der Heijden, Geertje M.F., Field, Richard, Boyd, Doreen S. Provided in .csv format.

Data used for modelling

Philippe Christe, Antoine Guisan, Daniel Scherrer & David Progin
This archive contains the processed data used for modelling.

NMVP229196-tiffs-901-1199

Matthew C. Herne, Jay P. Nair, Alistair R. Evans & Alan M. Tait
MicroCT tiff series, holotypic maxilla (NMV P229196) of Galleonosaurus dorisae (part 4); Zeiss Xradia XRM Versa520 X-Ray Microtomography: voxel size 45.61 µm; power 10 W; voltage 140 kV

Rates of Evolution in Fossil Studies

Philip D. Gingerich
Time intervals (generations), differences (standard deviation units), and resulting rate quotients (in haldanes or standard deviation units per generation) for all intervals and differences in 34 fossil studies.

Reconstructed micro-CT scan data

Thomas L. Semple, Rod Peakall & Nikolai J. Tatarnic
Micro-CT scan of the abdomens of both male and female wasps of a species of Catocheilus. Additional details in README file.

NMV P229196-tiffs-1203-1499

Matthew C. Herne, Jay P. Nair, Alistair R. Evans & Alan M. Tait
MicroCT tiff series, holotypic maxilla (NMV P229196) of Galleonosaurus dorisae (part 5); Zeiss Xradia XRM Versa520 X-Ray Microtomography: voxel size 45.61 µm; power 10 W; voltage 140 kV

Gouveia_et_al_Physiological_data_four species

Sidney F. Gouveia, Rafael P. Bovo, Juan V. G. Rubalcaba, Fernando R. Da Silva, Natan M. Maciel, Denis V. Andrade & Pablo A. Martinez
The following data contain the study species (Species), the total resistance to water loss (Rt, s.cm-1), and body mass (g) of the individuals.

Overall extinction rates

Carl Reddin, Ádám Kocsis & Wolfgang Kiessling
This file contains 100 subsampled iterations for the overall extinction rates to plot a basic version of Figure 1. Use with 'TimeBinningCode.R'

individual and population PPSRs

Raul Costa-Pereira, Márcio Silva Araújo, Renan Olivier, Franco L. Souza & Volker H. W. Rudolf
# ind_data: Site (sampled site, 21 sites); ind (individual predator ID, nested within Site); pred_spp (predator taxonomic identity, 4 spp); prey_tax (prey taxonomic identity, 17 categories); log10_PredSize (log10-transformed predator lenght); log10_PPSRpref (Preferred individual-link Predator-Prey Size Ratio). # pop_data: Site (sampled site); beta (degree of size-dependence of average Predator-Prey Size Ratios); beta_SE (beta standard error); Vbeta (degree of size-dependence of the variance in Predator-Prey Size Ratios); Vbeta_SE (Vbeta standard error).

Inferred Three-toed woodpecker absences

Ute Bradter, Louise Mair, Mari Jönsson, Jonas Knape, Alexander Singer & Tord Snäll
Inferred absences for three-toed woodpecker. MatchYear 2000: Observations in years 2000-2002; MatchYear 2005: Observations in years 2003-2007; MatchYear 2010: Observations in years 2008-2013. Spatial reference for x and y coordinates: EPSG 3021.

Grey-headed woodpecker CSD presences

Ute Bradter, Louise Mair, Mari Jönsson, Jonas Knape, Alexander Singer & Tord Snäll
Presence observations of Grey-headed woodpecker 2000-2013 (downloaded from https://analysisportal and processed according to Appendix S2). Spatial reference for x and y coordinates: EPSG 3021.

Long-tailed tit CSD presences

Ute Bradter, Louise Mair, Mari Jönsson, Jonas Knape, Alexander Singer & Tord Snäll
Presence observations of Long-tailed tit 2000-2013 (downloaded from https://analysisportal and processed according to Appendix S2). Spatial reference for x and y coordinates: EPSG 3021.

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