Data from: Spatial and temporal variation in nest temperatures forecasts sex ratio skews in a crocodilian with environmental sex determination

Samantha L. Bock, Russell H. Lowers, Thomas R. Rainwater, Eric Stolen, John M. Drake, Philip M. Wilkinson, Stephanie Weiss, Back Brenton, Louis Guillette & Benjamin B. Parrott
Species displaying temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD) are especially vulnerable to the effects of a rapidly changing global climate due to their profound sensitivity to thermal cues during development. Predicting the consequences of climate change for these species, including skewed offspring sex ratios, depends on understanding how climatic factors interface with features of maternal nesting behavior to shape the developmental environment. Here, we measure thermal profiles in 86 nests at two geographically distinct sites in the...
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