Data from: Effect of light-level geolocators on apparent survival of two highly aerial swift species

Morganti M, Rubolini D, Akesson S, Bermejo A, De la Puente J, Lardelli R, Liechti F, Boano G, Tomassetto E, Ferri M, Caffi M, Saino N, Ambrosini R

Date Published: September 15, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b1t42

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Title return rates
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Description table showing return rates of geolocator and control birds in form of aggregated data (one record per year, study site and species of birds) for Italian and Swiss study sites.This data were used for the analysis shown in Table 4 of main text.
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Title swift biometries
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Description file containing measures of wing and weight of Apus apus and Apus pallidus from the study sites for which these were available.
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Title geolocator birds
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Description Table having 372 records exclusively belonging to geolocators birds from all the 14 study sites. Geolocator type, weight and appearence (flat vs with light stalk) are indicated. Dataset used to run the model shown in Table 5 of the main text.
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Title capture recapture histories for MARK
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Description Capture-recapture histories in format 01 used to run the MARK analysis described in the paper. Look at the legend for details.
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Morganti M, Rubolini D, Akesson S, Bermejo A, De la Puente J, Lardelli R, Liechti F, Boano G, Tomassetto E, Ferri M, Caffi M, Saino N, Ambrosini R (2017) Effect of light-level geolocators on apparent survival of two highly aerial swift species. Journal of Avian Biology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.01521

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Morganti M, Rubolini D, Akesson S, Bermejo A, De la Puente J, Lardelli R, Liechti F, Boano G, Tomassetto E, Ferri M, Caffi M, Saino N, Ambrosini R (2017) Data from: Effect of light-level geolocators on apparent survival of two highly aerial swift species. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b1t42
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