Data from: Impacts of white-nose syndrome observed during long-term monitoring of a midwestern bat community

Pettit JL, O'Keefe JM

Date Published: February 22, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cf273

 

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Title Impacts of WNS Figure S1 Oct. 2016
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Description Standard error estimate for a 2013 cokriging spatial model predicting white-nose syndrome (WNS) exposure probability across a continuous landscape in eastern North America. The standard error estimate for our long-term monitoring site in central Indiana was 0.06, suggesting that predicted values for WNS presence (see Figure 1) were accurate. Found at DOI: xxx (file size and type).
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S1 Nov. 2016
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Description Predicted probability of white-nose syndrome (WNS) exposure for a long-term bat monitoring site in central Indiana and number of WNS-infected caves in Indiana by year (2008–2013). Annual values for the central Indiana site were extracted from cokriging spatial models developed using population data from Indiana bat Myotis sodalis hibernacula.
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S2 Nov. 2016
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Description Records of Indiana bats observed in Indiana caves during hibernation surveys in 2011 and 2013. Bats were originally banded at a long-term monitoring site in central Indiana between 2002 and 2012. The white-nose infection year, distance, and direction is listed for each cave. Caves are grouped by proximity to our study area and represent two major hibernacula concentrations in Indiana.
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S4 Jan. 2017
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Description Parameter estimates, standard errors, z-values, and P-values for model parameters in the count portion of the final zero-inflated model predicting bat captures at a long-term monitoring site in central Indiana (2002–2014).
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S5 Jan. 2017
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Description Parameter estimates, standard errors, z-values, and P-values for model parameters in the logistic portion of the final zero-inflated model predicting bat captures at a long-term monitoring site in central Indiana (2002–2014).
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S3 Nov. 2016
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Description List of factors and distributions for zero-inflated mixed models used to predict bat captures at a long-term monitoring site in central Indiana (2002–2014). The most supported model, as shown by likelihood ratio tests, is the full model with a negative binomial distribution, Model 4.
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Title Impacts of WNS Table S6 Jan. 2017
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Description Data containing information on bat captures from 2002 to 2014 organized by site visit for a long-term monitoring study in central Indiana.
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Pettit JL, O'Keefe JM (2017) Impacts of white-nose syndrome observed during long-term monitoring of a midwestern bat community. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8(1): 69-78. http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/102016-jfwm-077

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