Data from: Sex-specific winter distribution in a sexually dimorphic shorebird is explained by resource partitioning

Duijns S, van Gils JA, Spaans B, ten Horn J, Brugge M, Piersma T

Date Published: October 7, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.71ds5

 

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Description Basic datafile, with counts per sex and area, including the summary of benthic biomass
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Description Datafile of the abdominal profile scores of male and female bar-tailed godwits per area. The costs of wintering are also included
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Description Summary of calculated costs of wintering and flying to and from their different wintering sites, separated per sex
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Duijns S, van Gils JA, Spaans B, ten Horn J, Brugge M, Piersma T (2014) Sex-specific winter distribution in a sexually dimorphic shorebird is explained by resource partitioning. Ecology and Evolution 4(20): 4009-4018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1213

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Duijns S, van Gils JA, Spaans B, ten Horn J, Brugge M, Piersma T (2014) Data from: Sex-specific winter distribution in a sexually dimorphic shorebird is explained by resource partitioning. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.71ds5
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