Data from: Functional responses of insectivorous bats to increasing housing density support 'land-sparing' rather than ‘land-sharing’ urban growth strategies

Caryl FM, Lumsden LF, van der Ree R, Wintle BA

Date Published: October 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2d1d7

 

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Title bat_data_covariates
Description This dataset contains acoustic data from multiple bat species and various environmental covariates collected around detector sites. Full details are provided in Caryl F.M., Lumsden L., van der Ree R., Wintle B. 2015 Functional responses of insectivorous bats to increasing housing density support 'land-sparing' rather than ‘land-sharing’ urban growth strategies. Journal of Applied Ecology. Insectivorous bats were surveyed with acoustic detectors at 176 sites separated by >250 m grouped into clusters of four within 9 km2 landscapes in February to April 2010. Four detectors suffered mechanical failure and data from the successful 172 detectors are published here. Landscape-context and site-specific environmental covariates were generated for each site (see metadata tab for details) and used to examine drivers of bat species distributions in urban landscape and identify critical environmental thresholds.
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Caryl FM, Lumsden LF, van der Ree R, Wintle BA (2016) Functional responses of insectivorous bats to increasing housing density support 'land-sparing' rather than ‘land-sharing’ urban growth strategies. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(1): 191-201. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12549

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Caryl FM, Lumsden LF, van der Ree R, Wintle BA (2015) Data from: Functional responses of insectivorous bats to increasing housing density support 'land-sparing' rather than ‘land-sharing’ urban growth strategies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2d1d7
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