Data from: The cold-water connection: Bergmann's rule in North American freshwater fishes

 

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Description Maximum body size records for studied North American freshwater fishes. Each record represents a US State angling record for the species. A latitude and longitude centroid for each ecosystem of catch was determined a priori using Google Earth software. Latitude-longitude data were subsequently uploaded into the climate interpolation program NewLocClim to generate site specific information on elevation, mean annual air temperature and growing degree days>10 degrees C. A total of 16 records was considered the prerequisite number for inclusion in the published analysis. A larger database including species with <16 observations can be obtained from the author.
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Rypel AL (2013) The cold-water connection: Bergmann's rule in North American freshwater fishes. The American Naturalist 183(1): 147-156. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/674094

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Rypel AL (2013) Data from: The cold-water connection: Bergmann's rule in North American freshwater fishes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.50720
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