Data from: Contrasting effects of spatial heterogeneity and environmental stochasticity on population dynamics of a perennial wildflower

Crone EE

Date Published: February 24, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.30hd0

 

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Title GrowthSurvivalFlowering
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Description Primary data file for estimating growth, survival, and flowering. "Cell" refers to blocks at the monitoring site, and spatial heterogeneity was estimated from the random-effects variation among blocks. "toX" refers to the probability that a plant died in the following year, i.e. 1 = death, and 0 = survival. Growth was estimated as the relationship between "Leaves" and "LvsNxt." Flowering was estimated as the relationship between Flowers and Leaves in a particular year. "toF" refers to whether a plant flowered in the next year. I explored separate models for the probability of future flowering and # flowers as a function of size, conditioned on flowering, but did not include this in the final models.
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Title recruit size
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Description Size of new recruits, estimated from the number of leaves per plant. "Include" refers to whether plants were included in the analysis in the Journal of Ecology 2015 paper. A few plants were excluded because I was less confident that they were really new recruits; one was very large and the others were at locations that had had flowers in the past, even though there had not been any recent leaves. It is also likely that some of the new recruits in the 2nd year of the study in high-numbered cells were ones that we had missed in the first year of monitoring.
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Title Recruits.per.plot
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Description Total number of new recruits and total number of flowers per plot. Used to estimate the relationship between flower and seedling production. In high-numbered plots, some of the new recruits in the 2nd year were probably plants that we did not notice in the first year. (Monitoring in the first year took longer than expected, and I think some plants had senesced by the time we reached these high-numbered plots.)
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Crone EE (2016) Contrasting effects of spatial heterogeneity and environmental stochasticity on population dynamics of a perennial wildflower. Journal of Ecology 104: 281–291. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12500

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Crone EE (2016) Data from: Contrasting effects of spatial heterogeneity and environmental stochasticity on population dynamics of a perennial wildflower. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.30hd0
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