Data from: Density-dependent intraspecific aggression regulates survival in northern Yellowstone wolves (Canis lupus)

Cubaynes S, Mac Nulty DR, Stahler DR, Quimby KA, Smith DW, Coulson T

Date Published: April 22, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f32n1

 

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Description This file gathers all data used in the manuscript. Explanation about the data are given in the first sheet. Individual capture histories (including location, age and sex) of the 280 radio-collared wolves in the Northern Range and the Interior area of Yellowstone National Park, between 1998-2010, are presented in Sheet1. Environmental covariates used in the survival analysis (about wolves, elk and weather data) are presented in Sheet2. Variables used in the path analysis are presented in Sheet3.
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Cubaynes S, Mac Nulty DR, Stahler DR, Quimby KA, Smith DW, Coulson T (2014) Density-dependent intraspecific aggression regulates survival in northern Yellowstone wolves (Canis lupus). Journal of Animal Ecology 83(6): 1344-1356. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12238

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Cubaynes S, Mac Nulty DR, Stahler DR, Quimby KA, Smith DW, Coulson T (2014) Data from: Density-dependent intraspecific aggression regulates survival in northern Yellowstone wolves (Canis lupus). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f32n1
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