Data from: Demographic variation in the U.K. serotine bat: filling gaps in knowledge for management

Chauvenet ALM, Hutson AM, Smith GC, Aegerter JN

Date Published: September 20, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6kp2j

 

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Title IBM for two populations of UK Serotine bats
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Description Female-only Individual-Based Model for two populations of Serotine bats in the UK: Hollingbury (H) and Crundale (C). Demographic rates were estimated using capture-mark-recapture.
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Title Files for CMR analysis using POPAN model
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Description This folder contains the raw capture records for the Crundale and Hollingbury Serotine bats population (females only); they are formatted to be read in MARK and RMark (in R) and modelled using a POPAN approach. In addition, the folder also contains the R scripts for analysing the two datasets in R using the RMark package.
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Title Files for CMR analysis with CJS model- Hollingbury only
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Description This folder contains the raw capture record for the Hollingbury Serotine bats population (females only), formatted to be read in MARK or RMark (in R) and modelled using a CJS approach. In addition, the folder also contains the MARK files for the CJS models that were run.
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Title Files for CMR analysis with CJS model- Crundale only
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Description This folder contains the raw capture record for the Crundale Serotine bats population (females only), formatted to be read in MARK or RMark (in R) and modelled using a CJS approach. In addition, the folder also contains the MARK files for the CJS models that were run.
Download CJS analysis- Crundale.zip (1.112 Mb)
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Chauvenet ALM, Hutson AM, Smith GC, Aegerter JN (2014) Demographic variation in the U.K. serotine bat: filling gaps in knowledge for management. Ecology and Evolution 4(19): 3820-3829. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1174

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Chauvenet ALM, Hutson AM, Smith GC, Aegerter JN (2014) Data from: Demographic variation in the U.K. serotine bat: filling gaps in knowledge for management. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6kp2j
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