Data from: Reptile responses to anthropogenic habitat modification: a global meta-analysis

Tim S. Doherty, Sara Balouch, Kristian Bell, Thomas Burns, Anat Feldman, Charles Fist, Timothy Garvey, Tim Jessop, Shai Meiri & Don Driscoll
Aim To determine how reptile populations respond to anthropogenic habitat modification and determine if species traits and environmental factors influence such responses. Location Global. Time period 1981–2018. Major taxa studied Squamata. Methods We compiled a database of 56 studies reporting how habitat modification affects reptile abundance, and calculated standardised mean differences in abundance (Hedges’ g). We used Bayesian meta-analytical models to test whether responses to habitat modification depended on body size, clutch size, reproductive mode,...
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