Data from: Experiencing El Niño conditions during early life reduces recruiting probabilities but not adult survival

Sergio Ancona, J. Jaime Zúñiga-Vega, Cristina Rodríguez & Hugh Drummond
In wild long-lived animals, analysis of impacts of stressful natal conditions on adult performance has rarely embraced the entire age-span, and the possibility that costs are expressed late in life has seldom been examined. Using 26 years of data from 8,541 fledglings and 1,310 adults of the blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii), a marine bird that can live up to 23 years, we tested whether experiencing the warm waters and food scarcity associated with El Niño...
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