Data from: The rate of seasonal changes in temperature alters acclimation of performance under climate change

Nilsson-Örtman V, Johansson F

Date Published: June 13, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4ch3q

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Title growthdata
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Description Data on the growth of damselfly larvae when reared in microcosms under seasonally fluctuating temperatures. Growth is measured as larval headwidths (in mm) at the age of 0, 42, 84 and 136 days.
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Title mortalitydata
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Description Data on the survival of damsefly larvae when reared together or alone in microcosms under seasonally fluctuating temperatures. Survival is measured as the number of individuals alive on day 136 of the experiment.
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Title temp_treatments
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Description Temperature treatments used in the microcosms experiment on damselfly larvae. The two treatments mimic the temperature seasonality currently experienced at the sampled sites, and that predicted for these sites under climate change. Temperatures are given as the water temperature experienced in the microcosms on each day of the experiment.
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Nilsson-Örtman V, Johansson F (2017) The rate of seasonal changes in temperature alters acclimation of performance under climate change. The American Naturalist 190(6): 743-761. https://doi.org/10.1086/694412

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Nilsson-Örtman V, Johansson F (2017) Data from: The rate of seasonal changes in temperature alters acclimation of performance under climate change. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4ch3q
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