Data from: Sensitivity analysis of effective population size to demographic parameters in house sparrow populations

Stubberud MW, Myhre AM, Holand H, Kvalnes T, Ringsby TH, Sæther B, Jensen H

Date Published: February 10, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8v0h7

 

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Description The data file contains the individual information needed to estimate Ne and carry out the sensitivity analyses. There is one row per year an individual was recorded as adult in the indicated population. The variables included are: Population (see information in Table 1); ID (unique individual identity number); Sex (1=male, 2=female); Year (the year for which the data on the row relates to); OwnSurvival (0=the individual did not survive to the next year, 1=the individual survived to the next year); NRecruits (the number of recruits produced by the individual in the given year). See the paper for further details on the data.
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Stubberud MW, Myhre AM, Holand H, Kvalnes T, Ringsby TH, Sæther B, Jensen H (2017) Sensitivity analysis of effective population size to demographic parameters in house sparrow populations. Molecular Ecology 26(9): 2449–2465. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14057

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Stubberud MW, Myhre AM, Holand H, Kvalnes T, Ringsby TH, Sæther B, Jensen H (2017) Data from: Sensitivity analysis of effective population size to demographic parameters in house sparrow populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8v0h7
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