Data from: Trade-offs between water loss and gas exchange influence habitat suitability of a woodland salamander

Riddell EA, McPhail J, Damm JD, Sears MW

Date Published: December 13, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1r3s2

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Title heart_rate_data
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Description The following data was collected from the complementary experiment on the thermal sensitivity of heart rates before and after the exposure to the temperature and humidity treatments.
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Title complementary_resid_data
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Description The following dataset is from the complementary experiment, and it contains the data for the trade-off between skin resistance to water loss and metabolic rate.
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Title trade_off_dataset
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Description The following data was used to generate Figure 1 in the publication, and it contains the skin resistance to water loss, volume of oxygen consumption, and the residuals of these traits regressed against mass for every individual across every time point during the acclimation experiment.
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Title energy_figure_simuation
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Description These data were generated using our biophysical modeling approach. The mean_energy column represents data that includes the trade-off whereas the mean_J_notrade represents data without the trade-off.
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Title activity_figure_simuation
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Description These data were used to generate the activity figure (Fig 4), and it contains estimates of average nightly activity (mean column) over the year assuming conditions are 25% drier than average conditions (roughly what salamanders experience during the driest conditions associated with activity).
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Riddell EA, McPhail J, Damm JD, Sears MW (2017) Trade-offs between water loss and gas exchange influence habitat suitability of a woodland salamander. Functional Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.13030

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Riddell EA, McPhail J, Damm JD, Sears MW (2017) Data from: Trade-offs between water loss and gas exchange influence habitat suitability of a woodland salamander. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1r3s2
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