Data from: Individual behaviour mediates effects of warming on movement across a fragmented landscape

Barnes AD, Spey I, Rohde L, Brose U, Dell AI

Date Published: May 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1m54f

 

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Title Data used for constructing the path model
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Description This data set includes automatically tracked movement data from 45 recorded trials of woodlice in an experimental fragmented landscape at different temperatures. 'body size' is the body mass in milligrams of the animal; 'temperature' gives the recorded temperature in degrees Celsius of the climate chamber where the trials were conducted and 'humidity' is given as a percentage; 'corridor crossing' is the number of complete crossings into the adjacent patch by the woodlice during a trial and 'corridor encounter' gives the number of times the woodlice crossed one threshold but did not cross the other into the adjacent patch; 'mean velocity' is the average speed in mm/s, 'max velocity' is the maximum speed moved in mm/s, and 'prop time moving' is the proportion of time that the woodlice spent moving during the trial period.
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Title data describing the use of the different habitats by woodlice within the experimental landscape
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Description This spreadsheet provides data collected from automated tracking of woodlice around an experimental fragmented landscape across different temperatures. Here, the data specifically provides the 'max velocity' (maximum speed moved in mm/s), 'mean velocity' (average speed moved in mm/s), 'proportion time moving' (proportion of the total trial time that the woodlice spent moving), and 'time moving' (actual total time the the woodlice spent moving) within each of the three so-called "habitats" (i.e., the corridor and the two habitat patches). These three habitats are indicated in the column entitled 'location'.
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Barnes AD, Spey I, Rohde L, Brose U, Dell AI (2015) Individual behaviour mediates effects of warming on movement across a fragmented landscape. Functional Ecology 29(12): 1543–1552. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12474

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Barnes AD, Spey I, Rohde L, Brose U, Dell AI (2015) Data from: Individual behaviour mediates effects of warming on movement across a fragmented landscape. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1m54f
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