Data from: Population growth in a wild bird is buffered against phenological mismatch

Thomas E. Reed, Vidar Grotan, Stephanie Jenouvrier, Bernt-Erik Saether & Marcel E. Visser
Broad-scale environmental changes are altering patterns of natural selection in the wild, but few empirical studies have quantified the demographic cost of sustained directional selection in response to these changes. We tested whether population growth in a wild bird is negatively affected by climate change–induced phenological mismatch, using almost four decades of individual-level life-history data from a great tit population. In this population, warmer springs have generated a mismatch between the annual breeding time and...
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