Data from: The survival-reproduction association becomes stronger when conditions are good

Alexandre Robert, Mark Bolton, Frédéric Jiguet & Joël Bried
Positive covariations between survival and reproductive performance (S-R covariation) are generally interpreted in the context of fixed or dynamic demographic heterogeneity (i.e., persistent differences between individuals, or dynamic variation in resource acquisition), but the processes underlying covariations are still unknown. We used multi-event modelling to investigate how environmental and individual features influence S-R covariation patterns in a long-lived seabird, the Monteiro’s storm-petrel (Oceanodroma monteiroi). Our analysis reveals that a strong positive association between individual breeding...
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