Data from: Predicting the effect of urban noise on the active space of avian vocal signals

 

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Title Predicted decline in communication distance in 6 species of birds; Data used in meta-regression of frequency shifts in urban noise
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Description Data collated from the published literature, file created using MS Word. Column headings described in data file. Sources: Hu & Cardoso (2009) Behavioral Ecology 20:1268-1273; Brackenbury (1979) Journal of Experimental Biology 78:163-166; Calder (1990) Ecology 71:1810-1816; Wood & Yezerinac (2006) The Auk 123:650-659; Parris & Schneider (2009) Ecology and Society 14(1):29; Fernandez-Juricic et al. (2005) Urban Habitats 3:49-69; Gross et al. (2010) American Naturalist 176:456-464; Potvin et al. (2011) Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278:2464-2469; Mockford & Marshall (2009) Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276:2979-2985; Slabbekoorn & Peet (2003) Nature 424:267; Slabbekoorn & den Boer-Visser (2006) Current Biology 16:2326-2331.
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Parris KM, McCarthy MA (2013) Predicting the effect of urban noise on the active space of avian vocal signals. The American Naturalist 182(4): 452-464. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/671906

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