Data from: Parrots consume sodium-rich palms in the sodium-deprived landscape of the Western Amazon Basin

Brightsmith DJ, Cáceres A

Date Published: June 20, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.675bg

 

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Title Figure 1 ArcGIS files
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Description This zipped folder includes contains all the information used to create figure one. It is in ArcGIS format (shape files) and includes both polygons and points. The files included give the locations of the used area, the unused area, and all the palm and soil samples collected.
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Title Palm biochemical analyses
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Description This file includes the biochemical analyses and locations of all the palm samples from both the used and unused areas. The palm species involved include: Attalea butyracea, Attalea phalerata, Euterpes precatoria, Mauritia flexuosa
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Title Soil analysis data
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Title Palm use by birds
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Description This file contains the data on the numbers of birds feeding on each palm. It includes the raw scans that were done every 2.5 or 5 minutes throughout the study. This information was used to calculate the frequency of use of the palms by each parrot species.
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Title Parrot count data
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Description This file includes the daily summary data showing the number of groups of each species of parrot seen during the afternoon counts. This was used to obtain the relative abundance of each parrot species in the area.
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Title Palm list and palm fate
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Description Includes the breakdown of which palms were alive and which were dead in both 2007 and 2010. It also indicates which trees were alive in 2007 but dead by 2010.
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