Data from: Does detection range matter for inferring social networks in a benthic shark using acoustic telemetry?

Mourier J, Bass NC, Guttridge TL, Day J, Brown C

Date Published: August 4, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.20864

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Title Port-Jackson shark social network data
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Description The DataZip file contains the following objects 1) “Data1_Proxi2012.csv” is the data from the proximity logger deployed in 2012 in which the location “outside” and within Orion Beach receiver detection’s range “JB4” are indicated; 2) “Data2_2012MiniSUR-10m.csv” is the data from the MiniSUR receivers deployed in 2012 (the MiniSUR identification number is provided in column “MiniSUR”); 3) “Data3_2012-VR2W-Orion.csv” is the data from the VR2W acoustic receiver from Orion Beach only in 2012; 4) “Data4_2012-AllVR2W.csv” is the data from all VR2W acoustic receivers from Jervis Bay in 2012 provided with “Station_name”; 5) “Data5_2013MiniSUR-10m.csv” is the data provided by the MiniSUR receivers deployed in 2013 restricted to 10m detection range; 6) “Data6_2013MiniSUR-60m.csv” is the data provided by the the MiniSUR receivers deployed in 2013 recorded with 60m range; 7) “Data7_2013-VR2W-Orion.csv” is the data provided by the VR2W deployed at Orion Beach in 2013; 8) “Data8_2013-AllVR2W.csv” is the data from all VR2W acoustic receivers from Jervis Bay in 2013. In all data files above are indicated the shark tag number “TagID”, the group number “Group”, the date and time of the sighting “Timestamp” and the hourly sampling period “SP”.
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Mourier J, Bass NC, Guttridge TL, Day J, Brown C (2017) Does detection range matter for inferring social networks in a benthic shark using acoustic telemetry?. Royal Society Open Science 4(9): 170485. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.170485

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Mourier J, Bass NC, Guttridge TL, Day J, Brown C (2017) Data from: Does detection range matter for inferring social networks in a benthic shark using acoustic telemetry? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.20864
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