Data from: How topography induces reproductive asynchrony and alters gypsy moth invasion dynamics

Walter JA, Meixler MS, Mueller T, Fagan WF, Tobin PC, Haynes KJ

Date Published: July 18, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7k2d1

 

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Title field_data_tabular
Description These data represent gypsy moth population growth rates, topographic characteristics, and resource density over 22850 1x1 km locations in western Virginia and West Virginia, USA. They were derived from a combination of sources. Gypsy moth population data were derived from pheromone-baited trap catch data provided by the gypsy moth Slow the Spread Program, Inc. The basal area of gypsy moth preferred host trees is from: Morin, et al. 2005. Mapping host-species abundance of three major exotic forest pests. USDA Forest Service Research Paper NE-726. Topographic variables were derived from a digital elevation model from the National Elevation Dataset, United States Geologic Survey (2009). Please find additional details in the ReadMe file.
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Title mating_success_model_commented
Description R code for a model of gypsy moth mating success with phenology varying due to changes in elevation and latitude. Comments to aid in understanding the model are provided in-code.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Walter JA, Meixler MS, Mueller T, Fagan WF, Tobin PC, Haynes KJ (2015) How topography induces reproductive asynchrony and alters gypsy moth invasion dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology 84(1): 188-198. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12272

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Walter JA, Meixler MS, Mueller T, Fagan WF, Tobin PC, Haynes KJ (2014) Data from: How topography induces reproductive asynchrony and alters gypsy moth invasion dynamics. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7k2d1
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