Data from: Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard

Jones AR, Bull CM, Brook BW, Wells K, Pollock KH, Fordham DA

Date Published: December 2, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90cv2

 

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Title Lizard capture mark recapture data
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Description The first worksheet contains the capture history for each of the 5849 individual sleepy lizards in the sampled population throughout the 30-year study. The raw capture data was pooled to an annual time period, therefore the capture histories are continuous, annual resolution data from 1982 - 2011. Each row is the data from a different individual. The first column contains the capture histories in Rmark multi-state format where each letter represents a capture event in a different 'tick exposure risk state': A = B. hydrosauri low, B = B. hydrosauri moderate, C = B. hydrosauri high, D = A. limbatum low, E = A. limbatum moderate, F = A. limbatum high. A zero in the capture history means that the individual was not encountered at that period in the time series. The second column contains the age of the individual *at first capture*. The second sheet contains the annual environmental data that were used as covariates in the multi-state capture-mark-recapture models.
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Title BASELINE worst case RAMAS female only model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the baseline (current conditions) effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population. The effect of these extreme conditions are based on the largest effect size estimated from the capture-mark-recapture models (i.e. worst case).
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Title POLICY worst case female only RAMAS model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the worst case effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population in the future. The probabilities of extreme conditions are based on regional temperature and rainfall forecasts from an ensemble climate model under policy greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
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Title REFERENCE worst case female only RAMAS model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the worst case effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population in the future. The probabilities of extreme conditions are based on regional temperature and rainfall forecasts from an ensemble climate model under reference greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
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Title BASELINE best case female only RAMAS model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the baseline (current conditions) effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population. The effect of these extreme conditions are based on the smallest effect size estimated from the capture-mark-recapture models (i.e. best case).
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Title POLICY best case female only RAMAS model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the best case effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population in the future. The probabilities of extreme conditions are based on regional temperature and rainfall forecasts from an ensemble climate model under policy greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
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Title REFERENCE best case female only RAMAS model
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Description This is the RAMAS metapopulation model file for estimating the the best case effect of 'hot and dry' and 'cool and wet' winter and spring conditions on the sleepy lizard study population in the future. The probabilities of extreme conditions are based on regional temperature and rainfall forecasts from an ensemble climate model under reference greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Jones AR, Bull CM, Brook BW, Wells K, Pollock KH, Fordham DA (2016) Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(2): 598–610. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12469

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Jones AR, Bull CM, Brook BW, Wells K, Pollock KH, Fordham DA (2015) Data from: Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90cv2
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