Data from: Thermal sensitivity and the role of behavior in driving an intertidal predator-prey interaction

Monaco CJ, Wethey DS, Helmuth B

Date Published: August 30, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.30hg1

 

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Title Biomimetics_Temperatures_Fig1
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Description Pisaster ochraceus and Mytilus californianus biomimetic temperatures recorded in the mid intertidal zone at Bodega (California) and Strawberry Hill (Oregon) during summer months of 2012 (June 22nd through August 10th). Data were collected every 30 min.
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Title Pisaster_Mytilus_SMR_Fig2
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Description Standard metabolic rate (SMR) of the sea star Pisaster ochraceus and mussel Mytilus californianus collected from Bodega (California) and Strawberry Hill (Oregon).
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Title Estimated_relative_performance_Fig3
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Description Aquatic and aerial thermal performance curves described for Pisaster ochraceus and Mytilus californianus from Bodega (California) and Strawberry Hill (Oregon). We estimated the aquatic curves’ parameters using empirical SMR measurements (Pisaster_Mytilus_SMR_Fig2), and the aerial curves’ parameters using information from the literature.
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Title Calculated_relative_performance_Fig4
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Description Thermal performance calculated for Mytilus californianus (prey) and Pisaster ochraceus (predator) using species- and site-specific thermal performance curves and body temperatures recorded in situ by biomimetic sensors. The static scenarios represent individuals that remain immobile. The mobile predator considers movements between microhabitats, as informed by regular surveys of microhabitat use. The optimal scenario represents the hypothetical situation where Pisaster occupies the microhabitat that reports the highest performance.
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Title Body_mass_index_Fig.5
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Description Body mass indices (BMI) of Pisaster ochraceus and Mytilus californianus individuals collected at Bodega (California) and Strawberry Hill (Oregon) during the summer of 2012.
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Title Hsp_temperature_Lab_Fig.6
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Description Total heat shock protein 70kDa (Hsp70) expression (i.e. constitutive and inducible isoforms are not differentiated) measured from Pisaster ochraceus tube feet and Mytilus californianus gill tissues. Tissues were sampled after individuals had been kept at one of six seawater temperature treatments (10, 13, 18, 21, 24, and 27˚C) for 4d.
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Title Hsp_date_Field_Fig.6
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Description Total heat shock protein 70kDa (Hsp70) expression (i.e. constitutive and inducible isoforms are not differentiated) measured from Pisaster ochraceus tube feet and Mytilus californianus gill tissues. Tissues were collected in the field at low tide and immediately frozen in dry ice.
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Monaco CJ, Wethey DS, Helmuth B (2016) Thermal sensitivity and the role of behavior in driving an intertidal predator-prey interaction. Ecological Monographs 86(4): 429-447. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecm.1230

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Monaco CJ, Wethey DS, Helmuth B (2016) Data from: Thermal sensitivity and the role of behavior in driving an intertidal predator-prey interaction. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.30hg1
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