Data from: A landscape of coexistence for a large predator in a human dominated landscape

Gehr B, Hofer EJ, Muff S, Ryser A, Vimercati E, Vogt K, Keller LF

Date Published: March 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h35fj

 

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Title deer_data
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Description This table contains the GPS locations of roe deer associated with habitat variables and temporal variables that were used to build a habitat model (RSF) for roe deer. The table is divided into used (actual) deer locations and random locations (loc_id=NA) in a ratio of 1:10 (column "use"). The table also includes an animal id. Swisstopo in the column headers refers to the source of the environmental variables. Cover swisstopo is a dummy variable for open/cover. Slope_sq and altitude_sq are the squared slope and altitude variables. Aspect swisstopoS is the southern exposition. Hum_indx is a composite of road_dist and house density. The 8 temporal variables are time harmonics of a Fourier transform for time of day (tsin, tcos, tsin2, tcos2; period of 24) and day of year(ytsin, ytcos, ytsin2, ytcos2; period of 365) All continuous variables in this table are mean centered and standardized to a SD=1. For information on the raw data or for R-code used to run the models please contact the data owner.
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Title lynx_data
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Description This table contains lynx steps associated with habitat variables and temporal variables that were used to build a step selection function model for lynx. The table is divided into used (actual) lynx steps and random steps in a ratio of 1:10 (column "use"). The random steps match to their corresponding location id in the used steps. Swisstopo in the column headers refers to the source of the environmental variables. Hum_indx is a composite of road_dist and house density. Prey_avail are the values of a deer RSF, which was used as a proxy for prey availability. Dist2 refers to the step length (distance between the previous and current location in meters). The 8 temporal variables are time harmonics of a Fourier transform for time of day (tsin, tcos, tsin2, tcos2; period of 24) and day of year(ytsin, ytcos, ytsin2, ytcos2; period of 365). All habitat variables were measured at the beginning of a step except for “hum_indx_loc2”, which was measured at the beginning of a step. All continuous variables in this table are mean centered and standardized to a SD=1. For information on the raw data or for R-code used to run the models please contact the data owner.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Gehr B, Hofer EJ, Muff S, Ryser A, Vimercati E, Vogt K, Keller LF (2017) A landscape of coexistence for a large predator in a human dominated landscape. Oikos, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/oik.04182

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Gehr B, Hofer EJ, Muff S, Ryser A, Vimercati E, Vogt K, Keller LF (2017) Data from: A landscape of coexistence for a large predator in a human dominated landscape. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h35fj
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