Data from: It's about time: the temporal dynamics of phenotypic selection in the wild

Adam M. Siepielski, Joseph D. DiBattista & Stephanie M. Carlson
Selection is a central process in nature. Although our understanding of the strength and form of selection has increased, a general understanding of the temporal dynamics of selection in nature is lacking. Here, we assembled a database of temporal replicates of selection from studies of wild populations to synthesize what we do (and do not) know about the temporal dynamics of selection. Our database contains 5519 estimates of selection from 89 studies, including estimates of...
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