Data from: Increasing temperature, not mean temperature, is a cue for avian timing of reproduction

 

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Title Schaper et al 2011 Am Nat file 1 laydates and physiology
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Description File 1 contains general information about the birds used in the experiment, such as weights, tarsus lengths and family relationships, as well as laying dates and physiological measurements (LH titers, gonad sizes). It contains a worksheet with explanations of the variables.
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Title Schaper et al 2011 Am Nat file 2 molt
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Description File 2 contains information about the onset and duration of molt, as well as related information on the birds. It contains a worksheet with explanations of the variables.
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Title Schaper et al 2011 Am Nat file 3 temp 2008
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Description File 3 gives the hourly mean temperature in °C for each of 36 climatized aviaries in spring 2008.
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Title Schaper et al 2011 Am Nat file 4 temp 2009
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Description File 4 gives the hourly mean temperature in °C for each of 36 climatized aviaries in spring 2009.
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Title Schaper et al 2011 Am Nat file 5 temp 2010
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Description File 5 gives the hourly mean temperature in °C for each of 36 climatized aviaries in spring 2010.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Schaper SV, Dawson AS, Sharp PJ, Gienapp P, Caro SP, Visser ME (2011) Increasing temperature, not mean temperature, is a cue for avian timing of reproduction. The American Naturalist 179(2): E55-E69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/663675

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Schaper SV, Dawson AS, Sharp PJ, Gienapp P, Caro SP, Visser ME (2011) Data from: Increasing temperature, not mean temperature, is a cue for avian timing of reproduction. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22pm2619
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