Data from: Density-dependent energy use contributes to the self-thinning relationship of cohorts

 

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Title Weights
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Description Weekly fish weights (grams) for the three experiments (1,2a,2b), for each feeding treatment ("DDR": increasing food; "STR": limiting food), and for each tank abundance treatment ("density"). Between 5 and 12 replicates.
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Title Deaths
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Description Weekly number of deaths (or pseudo-mortality rates - see publication) during each of the three experiments (1,2a,2b) in each tank, and the total number of fish remaining at the end of each experiment. Feeding treatments - "DDR": increasing food; "STR": limiting food.
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Title Activity rates
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Description Swimming speed data for experiment 1. Between 3 and 5 replicate fish followed per tank to measure speed (cm/s), average body length measured (cm), and average speed for each tank calculated (body lengths per s; "Av. BL/s"). Feeding treatments "DDR": increasing food; "STR": limiting food. "Density" refers to the tank abundance treatment.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Smith JA, Baumgartner LJ, Suthers IM, Fielder DS, Taylor MD (2012) Density-dependent energy use contributes to the self-thinning relationship of cohorts. The American Naturalist 181(3): 331-343. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/669146

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Smith JA, Baumgartner LJ, Suthers IM, Fielder DS, Taylor MD (2012) Data from: Density-dependent energy use contributes to the self-thinning relationship of cohorts. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h63k2
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